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We Go Beyond Your Annual Check Up.

Life Line Screening's preventive health screening services are designed to identify risk
factors that can lead to heart disease, stroke risk and other serious illnesses.

Unless a person has symptoms, doctors sometimes wont order these tests because insurance companies won’t generally cover them.

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


As we fight Covid-19 together, we strive to deliver on the critical necessity to screen people in high risk categories for cardiovascular disease, such as:

  • Age 50 years or older
  • High blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, family history of stroke, cardiovascular or heart disease, weight problems or smoking (past or present)

We provide the highest quality preventive
screenings at affordable rates.

Only $149 for all these screenings - a $330 Value!

Carotid Artery (Plaque)

Ultrasound evaluation of the carotid arteries that screens for buildup of fatty plaque - the leading cause of strokes.

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Uses ultrasound and blood pressure measurements to check for peripheral arterial disease (plaque build-up) in the lower extremities.

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

Ultrasound is used to screen for the existance of an aneurysm (enlargement) in the abdominal aorta that could lead to a ruptured aortic artery.

Heart Rhythm

A quick and easy test using EKG electrodes placed on the arms and legs to identify the presence of Atrial Fibrillation, which increases the risk of stroke by 5 times.

Osteoporosis Risk Assessment

An ultrasound measurement of the shin bone to determine abnormal bone mass density.

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