These days, you definitely want to be pro-active about your health.
And a big part of staying healthy is knowing what your risk factors for certain diseases are and knowing if you potentially have a developing problem. After all, catching a disorder at the beginning may lead to a higher rate of success when you go to treat it. Results of tests may also allow you to take preventative measures to keep diseases in your DNA from developing.
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Millions of people at risk for osteoporosis don’t know it.
Some people with developed osteoporosis even go undiagnosed. If you have never had a bone density test or you have a history of osteoporosis in your family, it may be time to get the facts. Fortunately, Life Line Screening is here to help with an all-new bone density screening tool. For this, they have partnered with Europe’s Bone Index, Ltd., a top medical device manufacturer.
Life Line Screening calls it ‘Bindex’.
With Bindex, you can take the guesswork out of knowing what your bone density is. This cutting-edge device produces accurate results which can help empower you when it comes to your health. Bindex has patents pending in numerous countries across the glove and it making big waves in the medical device community. It is simple to use with a sleek design and accurate results. This device is being called a ‘game changer’ and is already being praised worldwide for its creation and success.
Bindex has a specific method in which it is used.
Bindex, by Life Line Screening, is used at the tibia and hip to measure bone density levels. With Bindex, the people at Life Line Screening and Bone Index are hoping to improve the lives of individuals with osteoporosis while reducing the number of injuries associated with the disease.
Life Line Screening provides various types of health-related screenings.
Besides bone density screenings with Bindex, some of the other screenings that Life Line Screening provides include ultrasounds for vascular-related diseases and more. Life Line Screening has provided health services at thousands of locations across the United States and has no plans for slowing down anytime soon.
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