Industries: Miscellaneous, Preventative Medical
Advanced Body Scan offers the latest CT technology to detect illnesses such as heart disease and cancer months or even years before symptoms may appear. If you are up against these silent killers, early detection can exponentially increase your chances of survival.
Advanced Body Scan has scanned over 70,000 patients, saved countless lives, and has granted peace of mind to others. When you turn to Advanced Body Scan, you can be confident that your concerns will be handled by highly qualified professionals to put you in control of your health.
Our Scan Could Save Your Life.
All preventive scans at Advanced Body Scan are performed on the latest GE CT scanner. The scan process takes only a few minutes and can provide you with information that can make the difference between years of treatment or simply a change in lifestyle. Following your scan, your results are evaluated and read with care and precision by our licensed radiologist and delivered to you to share with a doctor of your choice.
Advanced BodyScan will be at the Montgomery County Home & Outdoor Living Show
August 26 & 27, 2023
Advanced BodyScan will be at the Cy-Fair Home & Outdoor Living Show
March 25 & 26, 2023
"I had 90% blockage in the back of my heart and 70% in the front and I had no idea this was even going on. I am telling everybody that I know how important this is and how simple it is. You can something like this and extend your life and your quality of life. "
- Tina S.
"My body scan came back and my doctor said I have mild aneurysmal dilation of the infrarenal aorta. Truly I feel like Advanced Body Scan saved my life. Anybody who cares about their grandkids, their wives, and their children should get this done because it truly is life-saving."
- Mark R.
"Had a good visit! Taking control of your health using what is available to you seems like a wise thing to do... There are no guarantees in life but having an ace in your hand gives you options and confidence."
- Donald S.
"I went in with my wife last week for heart scans. The bad news is that they were able to detect a heart defect which could have led to a heart attack. The good news is that it was caught in time. They even referred us to a great cardiologist. This is a preventative measure worth taking and I am glad we did. Just wanted people to know my experience."
- Josh P.