Our full body scan screens for cancers, heart disease, and aneurysms.
The traditional physical does not detect many serious cancers or heart conditions—yet the technology to screen for these cancers and other diseases is available. The gift of good health is priceless. And when you feel confident in your health, it’s an added motivation to jump start (or continue) a healthy, vibrant lifestyle.
While early screening is the norm for breast, colon, prostate, and skin cancer, many forms of terrible cancers—such as lung, liver, and pancreatic—go undetected until they’ve spread too far and are untreatable.
Heart disease can be screened for just as easily, but much too often goes undetected. You may not know you have heart disease until you’ve had a heart attack, or that you are at risk for an aneurysm until it breaks and you die.
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We recommend our patients undergo both the comprehensive physical exam and the full body scan—our executive physical—as they combine to give a complimentary picture of your health. Please note that this is not covered by insurance, but may be covered by your employer.
In 20 percent of the Agenixs patients tested to date, we have detected many early-stage and treatable diseases, including thyroid cancers, lung cancers, hemangiomas, aneurysms, and coronary artery disease.
Our full body scan isn’t one-size-fits-all. We use MRI, CT, and Ultrasound to get a holistic picture of your health.
The entire process lasts only three hours, and includes a consultation before and after to discuss the tests and the results. These tests are not covered by insurance.
$7500 Full body scan price includes
|Rapid CT Lungs||✔️|
|Calcium Coronary CT||✔️|
|Abdominal & Pelvic MRI||✔️|
|Ultrasound Doppler of Leg Arteries||✔️|
Comprehensive Physical: $5000
Full Body Scan: $7500
12500 $11250 *get a 10% discount when you schedule both exams
The only reliable method for detecting cancer, heart disease, and aneurysms is by imaging studies, such as MRI, CT scan and ultrasound.
At Agenixs, we do not recommend whole body CT scans because of the dangerous amount of radiation given. We also do not recommend full body MRI because the cost would be prohibitive and the time to do a whole body MRI is considerable. Instead, we recommend a combination of MRIs whenever possible, ultrasounds for the assessment of arteries and thyroids, and rapid low dose CT scans only for the chest in order to look at the lungs and the heart. The new generation rapid spiral CT scanner lowers the amount of radiation significantly compared to older CT models, and the results have proven invaluable and life changing.
Safe and painless, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) uses a magnetic fields to produce detailed images of the brain and the brain stem. An MRI does not use radiation, and can detect brain tumors, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke, and dementia.
MRA (magnetic resonance angiogram) provides pictures of the brain’s blood vessels using magnetic fields. MRA can detect atherosclerotic (plaque) disease in the arteries which may limit blood flow and cause a stroke. MRA can also identify aneurysms (weakened arteries) and arteriovenous malformations (abnormal communications between blood vessels), which are both a tragic cause of sudden death. We’ve all heard of someone who seemed strong and healthy, only to be struck down suddenly by a burst blood vessel in their head. Happily, these tragedies can be avoided with early detection.
Thyroid ultrasounds use sound waves to produce pictures of the thyroid gland within the neck. It does not use radiation and can detect nodules, growths and cancer of the thyroid.
Carotid ultrasounds use sound waves to produce pictures of the carotid arteries in the neck which carry blood from the heart to the brain. A carotid ultrasound tests for carotid arteries blockages which increase the risk of stroke, and for aneurysms (weakened arteries) in the neck.
Using high-speed low-radiation spiral CTs, we can limit the amount of radiation while detecting problems. CTs work better on lungs than MRIs. Low-dose CTs of the lung screen for cancers often missed by conventional chest X-rays.
Using special X-ray equipment, CT for Calcium Scoring determines if your coronary arteries are blocked or narrowed by the buildup of plaque—an indicator of atherosclerosis or coronary artery disease (CAD). The results can help evaluate your level of risk for a heart attack.
MRI creates detailed images of organs, soft tissues, bone and virtually all other internal body structures. MRI abdomen can detect cancer of internal organs like the liver, kidney, and the pancreas, as well as detecting aortic aneurysms.
A Doppler ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to measure the amount of blood flow through your arteries and veins of the legs. Vascular flow studies, also known as blood flow studies, can detect abnormal flow within an artery or blood vessel.