Free and Low-Cost Screenings
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- Asthma Screening
- Balance Screening*
- Breast Health Screening*
- Blood Pressure Checks
- Biofeedback/ Stress Management Screenings
- Central Nervous System Screening*
- Cervical Screenings
- Chair Massage*
- Diabetes Screening
- Ear Canal Screenings
- Endurance Tests
- Body Fat and BMI Screenings
- Lung Function Screening
- Mental Health Screenings*
- Oral Cancer Screening*
- Skin Cancer Screening*
- Summary and Referral
- Vein Screening
- Vision Screenings
- Blood Screenings
Acupuncture integrates the whole body, mind and spirit. Rather than just eliminating symptoms, it focuses on remedying the root causes of the illness or disease and restoring the body's balance. A professional will be offering 15 minute stress and relaxation treatments as a simple introduction to acupuncture. FREE.
The Asthma Screening Program identifies potential asthma in children and adults who have breathing problems. The goal of the screening is to increase asthma awareness and reach individuals who have breathing problems that might be asthma and educate them about the diagnosis and treatment. The steps included in the screening process is the completion of a questionnaire, a lung function test (spirometry) and having an allergist available to meet with individuals and discuss findings and answer questions as needed. This screening follows the ACAAI (American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology) Nationwide Asthma Screening Program with the registered coordinator being Dr. Culver. FREE.
Do you experience unsteadiness or falls on a regular basis? Balance impairments have a great impact on falling. According to the Centers for Disease Control, falls are a common cause of traumatic brain injuries, and most fractures among older adults are caused by falls. The physical therapist professional will provide a balance and fall risk screening to help community members understand how their balance can be affecting their fall risk. FREE.
Cervical cancer starts in the cells of the cervix, which is the lower part of the uterus. If cervical cancer is detected and treated early, there is a much greater chance of successful treatment. The screening can help find cervical cancer before symptoms develop. A professional will be offering free or very low cost cervical screenings to any uninsured woman who has not had a pap test in three or more years.
Stress is a fact of life today. The effects of stress are cumulative and, without time to relax and recharge, can lead to many health conditions such as fatigue; tight muscles in shoulders, neck and back; listlessness and poor concentration; increased heart rate and blood pressure; a depleted immune system; and physical and emotional exhaustion. Chair Massage Therapy is the most cost-effective way to reduce tension and achieve overall better health in as little as a 15-minute treatment. FREE.
Body Fat and BMI Screening
Too much body fat is more than a cosmetic problem; it is also a health problem too. There are many risk factors associated with being overweight or obese. Some risk factors are high blood glucose, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high triglycerides, stroke, different forms of cancer, heart disease. It is important to know your body composition values, so you can make any necessary lifestyle changes.
Mental Health Screenings*
According to The National Alliance on Mental Health, nearly 60 million Americans experience a mental health condition every year, and regardless of race, age, religion or economic status, mental illness impacts the lives of at least one in four adults across the United States. A will be professional present to privately sit down with the participants to administer a mental health screening. FREE.
- Blood Chemistry Analysis Blood Screening (Chem-24)*
Normal test results are a significant part of ruling out illness/disease. These results also establish a baseline "normal" for each person. This is useful to monitor changes that may occur in your lifetime. The Chem 24 Chemistry Panel includes measurements of cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, risk ratio, iron, thyroid, glucose, along with several heart, liver, kidney and muscle enzymes. Price $30
- Complete Blood Count Blood Screening (CBC)*
The CBC is one of the most commonly ordered blood screening tests and is used to present a general picture of a person's overall health. It can help diagnose illness or disease for people with many signs or symptoms and monitor treatment of many disease states including anemia and leukemia. Price $15.
- Prostate Specific Antigen Blood Screening (PSA)*
Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer found in men in the U. S. It occurs in about 1 out of 10 men during their lifetime. This is an optional blood screening for men. The American Urological Association and the Prostate Cancer Education Council recommend annual prostate screenings for all men age 50 and over (earlier if positive family history). Price $30
- Hemoglobin A1c Blood Screening (A1c)*
The Hemoglobin A1c gives a picture of the average amount of glucose in the blood over the past few months. It can help with treatment of diabetes and for certain people, this test may be used to screen for and diagnose diabetes and pre-diabetes. Price $25.
*Must be 18 years of age or 16 to 17 with a parent present
Screenings subject to change.