Full Body Scan
A full-body scan can provide a roadmap for your future health and wellness.
Discover how you can finally gain control over your health with a full body scan. Imagine being able to know if you are at risk for heart attack, cancer, or kidney disease. Would you change the way you live your life knowing this?
There’s no secret that early detection of any health-related issue is best when it comes to curing and treating the disease.
Our genetics play a huge role in our health when it comes to heart disease, cancer, and osteoporosis. However, these are just a few diseases that we’re born predetermined to have based on our genetics.
Full body scans give us a glimpse into what’s to come. This comprehensive scan can provide information about your current and future health and wellness; by analyzing the lungs, heart, and abdomen/pelvis, you can diagnose a variety of conditions that have not even begun to show symptoms. Some of these include tumors, nodules, aortic aneurysms, and calcium deposits.
Early detection and prevention are the best methods of taking control of your health.
Most likely, you have many questions surrounding this procedure, such as:
What is a Full Body Scan?
A full body scan uses state-of-the-art imaging technology to take a look inside of your body to identify and diagnose possible cancer as well as many other diseases sooner than later. When caught in the early stages, your chances of survival dramatically improve. Scans can identify life-threatening abnormalities months or even years before symptoms even present themselves.
How Does It Work?
Full body cat scans are a simple procedure that use: imaging technology, taking multiple images of the organs. These images are reconstructed to provide a clear, detailed look of your body for greater accuracy and detection.
What Does the Exam Consist of?
Full body scans include a comprehensive coronary artery scan, a chest scan, and a scan of the abdomen and pelvis. A radiologist will later read the scans and examine the lungs, liver, spleen, gallbladder, pancreas, spine and kidneys, and look for tumors, anatomical abnormalities, and other signs of disease.
What Does a Full Body Scan Show?
A body scan can see kidney stones, cysts, aortic aneurysms, calcium deposits within plaque in the coronary arteries, enlarged lymph nodes, nodules, large masses, an enlarged spleen, and a fatty liver in the abdomen region.
At Craft Body Scan, we use ultrafast advanced technology that provides a more accurate and detailed scan than conventional methods. These full body scans will detect signs of heart disease, cancer, and other abnormalities in the body. It can detect them long before these problems manifest with physical symptoms or pain.
Take Control Of Your Health
With Early Detection
low-dose scanner can detect signs of silent killers like cancer, tumors and heart abnormalities so you can act fast.
Who Should Get the Exam?
Have a family history of heart disease, aneurysms, cancer and other diseases
– If you are overweight
– Over the age of 45 years
– Have high cholesterol, diabetes, or high blood pressure
– If you smoked at least one pack of cigarettes a day for a minimum of 10 years
Is the Body Scan Safe?
Our advanced scanner uses a low-dose computed tomography (CT) that combines specialized X-ray equipment that does emit some levels of radiation.
Possible Risks & Side Effects
Side effects are usually caused by a reaction to any contrast used. Since we do not use contrast, iodine, or beta-blockers in our process, the procedure is simple, and there are minimal risks.
How to Prepare for a Full Body Scan
There are no specific preparations needed for your full body scan. Wear comfortable clothing and avoid wearing any metal pieces.
What to Expect During the Exam
A full body scan takes less than 10 minutes to complete. You’ll begin by laying belly up on a bed that will slide into a donut shaped machine. The radiology technologist will give you instructions throughout the scan, such as holding your breath, as they take multiple images of your body.
How Much Does a Body Scan Cost?
Full body scans cost $2,495 and will provide you with an assessment of your overall health.
Is It Covered by Insurance?
To receive a scan covered by insurance you must first have symptoms or just cause. Our screenings are preventative therefore we do not file with insurance. We strive to keep prices affordable and offer payment plans to help ease the expense if preferred by our patients.
Why Should I Get a Full Body Scan?
The full body scan looks for cancer, heart disease, and more. Many diseases are curable if caught in the early stages. And early detection of cancer, heart disease, and other conditions is the key to gaining control over your health and wellness.
Where Can I Get A Full Body Scan?
At Craft Body Scan, we provide you with scans that will give you an overall assessment of your physical health. Our scans are fast; this improves the accuracy of the images providing a clear and detailed view of the body and organs. Not every company can offer this type of technology. All four Craft Body Scan locations offer full body scans – Tulsa, Raleigh, Nashville and Tampa.
How Can CRAFT Body Scan Help Me?
We’ll take the time to answer your questions – so that you can learn exactly what a full body scan is used for, go over the full body scan cost, and tell you what you can expect before, during, and after the scan.
Take Control Of Your Health
With Early Detection
invasive, low-dose scanner can detect signs of silent killers like cancer, tumors and heart abnormalities so you can act fast.