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Heart Health Assessment
Most people who die suddenly from heart disease have no previous symptoms. This quick Heart Health Assessment will measure your risk for heart disease, determine what controllable factors you can address and then help you plan for a heart-healthy future.
Take Free Heart Age Assessment
People with peripheral artery disease (PAD) have a much higher risk of heart attack or stroke. Discover your PAD risk factors and what you can do to lower them. You’ll also find out if you are eligible for a FREE screening to further assess your risk of PAD.
Free PAD Risk Assessment
Weight Loss Assessment
Weight-related health conditions include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer. These are some of the leading causes of preventable death. Complete this assessment to calculate your weight category, see if weight loss is recommended, and discover if weight-loss surgery may be an option for you.
Free Weight Loss Assessment
Joint Pain Assessment
28% of adults have joint pain. Assess your knee or hip function and learn the next steps to improve your quality of life. You’ll also find out if you are eligible for a FREE screening to assess your overall joint function and range of motion.
Free Joint Health Assessment
Colorectal Health Assessment
The National Cancer Institute estimates that 1 out of 20 Americans will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer. The good news is that colorectal cancer is preventable. Finding and removing polyps early can stop them from becoming cancer in the first place. This colorectal health assessment will estimate your chances of developing colorectal cancer and present general screening recommendations for your situation.
Free Colon Health Assessment
Lung Health Assessment
Only about 15% of lung cancers are diagnosed in the early stages. Early detection is key to effective treatment. Learn your individual risk for lung cancer and what you can do to reduce it. You’ll also find out if you are recommended for a lung CT scan which is now covered by commercial insurances, Medicare and Medicaid.
Free Lung Assessment