TOTAL BODY IMAGING BY ULTRASOUND
KNOW YOUR RISK FOR CANCER AND STROKE TODAY!!!
This exam would cost $12,000 if done in a hospital, see price list below!
GRAND OPENING SPECIALS:
- Family Plan $600.00 (covers 4 family members).
- Single person $300.00
THIS IS EUROPEAN PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE!!!
Total body imaging of organs and all blood flow, venous and arterial, thyroid, heart, brain, liver, prostate, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, spleen, uterus.
Colorado Health Screening – What is your arterial age?
Being able to watch on the screen during the procedure you will leave with a result sheet in your hand.Talking with one of our professionals, we can consult with you about your results, depending on our findings you can take the results to your family doctor for more insight on our findings or a nutritionist if needed to start your life of preventive health care. You will receive images of anything that is abnormal, you will know your arterial age. This exam also includes breast evaluation, this will take about 45 minutes, painless and very educational on top of results you can trust. Do not wait for symptoms of latter stages, catch any abnormality’s early to enhance your chances of a full recovery.
Another exam that we do is the nonsurgical face lift procedure known as ULTHERAPY.. NO downtime and painless.
Grand Opening special $600.00
(GRAND OPENING special is 75% off the industry standard for this face lift safe procedure)
This package will include 2 touch ups.
A prenatal ultrasound test uses high-frequency sound waves, inaudible to the human ear, that are transmitted through the abdomen via a device called a transducer to look at the inside of the abdomen. With prenatal ultrasound, the echoes are recorded and transformed into video or photographic images of your baby.
Studies have shown ultrasound is not hazardous. There are no harmful side effects to you or your baby. In addition, ultrasound does not use radiation, as X-ray tests do.
Pay a one time charge of $250.00 and this will cover the entire pregnancy with images and wellness reports every two months.
Imaging soft tissue injuries, muscles, tendons and ligaments etc.
Phonophoresis is a form of treatment that is used during physical therapy. It involves the use of ultrasound combined with a medication gel. The medication is applied to the skin, and then ultrasound waves are used to help pass the medicine through the skin and into your injured body part.
To fully understand phonophoresis, you must first understand what ultrasound is and how it is used in physical therapy.
Therapeutic ultrasound is a treatment modality commonly used in physical therapy. It is used to provide deep heating to soft tissues in the body. These include muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments. Ultrasound in physical therapy is not to be confused with diagnostic ultrasound, which is ultrasound that is used to see the inside of the body, such as checking on a fetus during pregnancy.
Deep heating effects. Ultrasound is often used to provide deep heating to soft tissue structures in the body. Deep heating tendons, muscles or ligaments increases circulation to those tissues, which is thought to help the healing process. Increasing tissue temperature with ultrasound is also used to help decrease pain.
Deep heating can be used to increase the “stretchiness” of muscles and tendons that may be tight. If you have shoulder pain and have been diagnosed with a frozen shoulder, your physical therapist may use ultrasound to help improve the extensibility of the tissues around your shoulder prior to performing range of motion exercises. This may help improve the ability of your shoulder to stretch.
Non-thermal effects (cavitation). Ultrasound introduces energy into the body. This energy causes microscopic gas bubbles around your tissues to expand and contract rapidly, a process called cavitation. It is theorized that the expansion and contraction of these bubbles help speed cellular processes and improves healing of injured tissue.
How Is Ultrasound Applied?
Ultrasound is performed with machine that has an ultrasound transducer (sound head). A small amount of gel is applied to the particular body part; then your physical therapist slowly moves the sound head in a small circular direction on your body. The therapist may change various settings on the ultrasound unit to control the depth of penetration of the ultrasound waves or change the intensity of the ultrasound. Different settings are used in various stages of healing.