Every woman reaches menopause at a different time. Menopause is directly correlated with osteoporosis, or the weakening of bones. Osteoporosis can lead to a variety of medical conditions including broken bones. It is important to forecast osteoporosis so that it can be treated and lifestyle changes can be made in order to mitigate its negative effects.
That’s why it is so important to get preventative health screenings from Life Line Screening. This caring group of medical professionals offers a variety of medical screenings that can find medical conditions and diseases before they even start. Many of these medical conditions, including peripheral artery and carotid artery diseases, start slowly and may not be felt before it is too late.
Life Line Screening can understand your bone density using ultrasound technology. This super safe technology was first developed to identify submerged vehicles during World War II. It can now be used to look deep inside of your body using harmless ultrasound waves. These waves can even tell the medical professionals at life Line Screening about your bone density. The medical professionals can then forecast if you must worry about osteoporosis.
If left unchecked, osteoporosis may come upon you acutely. You may otherwise discover that you have osteoporosis by breaking a bone. But preventative healthcare screenings can catch the disease before it even progresses to full-blown osteoporosis.
This can save you a lot of money. By getting out ahead of the disease and changing your lifestyle in order to mitigate its effects, you can avoid costly hospital bills including the cost of any broken bones. This can also allow you to avoid rehabilitation and will help keep you on your feet for as long as possible. And this can all be done with noninvasive, quick, affordable and practical preventative medical screenings at Life Line Screening.