Family history and various lifestyle factors can contribute to an increased risk of disease. And the best way to beat many diseases is to prevent them.
It's important that you understand your risk to be a better advocate for your health and the health of your loved ones. Our risk assessments will compare your risk to the average for your age and ethnicity, as well as identify the level of risk or any risk factors that you may have.
Our Lung Screening Assessment helps to determine if you or a loved one is an appropriate candidate for Low-Dose CT lung screenings. This technique, pioneered by Penn Medicine, can lead to 20 percent fewer lung cancer-related deaths a year.
Take the Lung Screening Assessment
Our Breast Cancer Risk Assessment helps to estimate you or a loved one's lifetime risk of breast cancer, compare your risk to the average for your age and ethnicity and identify your different types of breast cancer risk factors.
Take the Breast Cancer Risk Assessment
Our Cardiac Risk Assessment helps to compare your actual age to your estimated heart biological age. it also helps you estimate your risk of developing cardiovascular disease and identify management options for your most harmful cardiovascular risk factors.
Take the HeartAge: Cardiac Risk Assessment
Our Diabetes Risk Assessment helps estimate your personal risk for diabetes and metabolic syndrome. It also provides information on diabetes risk factors and identifies ways to improve them.
Take the Diabetes Risk Assessment
Our Joint Assessment helps evaluate your knee or hip function. The profiler shows how your pain may be impacting your daily life and suggests ways to improve it.
Take the Joint Health Assessment
Our Back and Neck Risk Assessment helps asses how spine pain impacts your daily activity and help you learn what factors may play a role in your spine pain.
Take the Back and Neck Health Assessment
Our Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Assessment helps to estimate your risk of developing PAD. The profiler provides key information about PAD and how it can affect you. It also helps you identify your risk factors and understand how to improve them.
Take the Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Assessment
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