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For 4 out of 5 people who have a stroke, the first symptom of any illness is the stroke.1

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Success Stories & Testimonials

"I never even knew that there was something wrong with me. I was more than 90% blocked in both carotid arteries."

-Patrick Ward

“Even though I feel fine, I am at risk and wanted to get checked and be proactive   about my health.”

-D. Whitehead

"The doctor said I was a "walking time bomb"... I know that the screening saved my life..."

- A. Bay, Tennessee

Success Stories & Testimonials4

“Even though I feel fine, I am at risk and wanted to get checked and be proactive  about my health.”

-D. Whitehead, Georgia

"The doctor said I was a "walking time bomb"... I know that the screening saved my life..."

- A. Bay, Tennessee

Screenings provide Peace of Mind or Early Detection

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1 Hackam DG, Karpral MK, et al. Most stroke patients do not get a warning, a Population Based Cohort Study. Sept. 2009. Neurology, 73, 1074-1075.

4 The testimonials reflect real life stories from Life Line Screening customers. Testimonials that include abnormal findings may not reflect the typical experience since most screening results are normal.

No single screening can detect all risk factors for all conditions, such as and including the presence of coronary artery disease.

What's included?

an ultrasound is performed to screen the carotid arteries (a pair of blood vessels in the neck that deliver blood to your brain) for buildup of fatty plaque. This buildup, called atherosclerosis, is one of the leading causes of stroke.

Carotid Artery Disease:

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD):

an Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) test is performed using blood pressure cuffs on the arms and legs. It is important to screen for PAD because it increases the risk of coronary artery disease, heart attack, or stroke.2

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Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA):

an ultrasound is performed to screen the abdominal aorta for the presence of an enlargement or aneurysm. AAA can lead to a ruptured aortic artery, which is a serious medical emergency.

Atrial Fibrillation (AFib):

a 6-lead electrocardiogram (EKG) is performed by placing sensors on the arms and legs to screen for Atrial Fibrillation. AFib can lead to blood clots, stroke, and heart failure, and other heart-related complications.3

Osteoporosis Risk:

an ultrasound is performed to measure the shin bone for abnormal bone mass density. This can help assess the risk of osteoporosis, a disease where bones become weak and brittle.