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Advanced Blood Sugar (A1c Reflex) is a more stable screening option for detecting diabetes because fasting status has no bearing on the accuracy of the result. A1c is a form of hemoglobin used to determine the average blood sugar concentration of a participant over roughly the previous 3 months. This test is very useful in identifying pre-diabetes, allowing for earlier intervention.
Blood Glucose, also known as blood sugar, is a measurement of the amount of glucose currently in circulation. Chronically elevated blood glucose levels drive the development of diabetes. This test is most accurate when the participant has fasted overnight.
Blood Pressure is the force at which blood presses against the walls of the arteries. Systolic pressure is the pressure exerted on the arterial wall when the heart is contracting. Diastolic pressure is the pressure exerted when the heart has relaxed between beats.
BMI (Body Mass Index) is a measurement based on height and weight. BMI is just one indicator that may indicate risk of chronic disease (including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease).
Body Fat Percentage is a measurement that indicates how much of the body is made up of lean mass and how much is made up of fat. Lean mass includes all bones, organs, muscles, and body fluids. A body fat measurement above the normal range may indicate increased risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other chronic health problems.
Bone Density measurement can help determine risk of osteoporosis. This risk rises as bone density falls.
Cardiac Risk Assessment estimates risk of heart disease and failure in adults aged 20 and older. Risk factors included in this calculation are age, total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, systolic blood pressure, any existing treatment for hypertension, and tobacco use.
Chair Massage is a fun and relaxing way to provide something extra to your employees. Stress relief plays an important role in total wellness by reducing blood pressure, relieving tension, and eliminating headaches.
C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is an acute phase protein produced as a response to inflammation. Testing CRP levels in the blood is a powerful and sensitive way to assess cardiovascular disease risk. This test is done by placing a drop of blood on a collection card and sending it to a reference lab. The participant will receive a written report explaining their results.
DermaScan is a test that uses ultraviolet light to show skin damage that is invisible to the naked eye. This test will reveal damage that skin has already sustained from the sun. By prioritizing skin protection, participants can avoid some of the cosmetic effects of sun damage as well as reduce their risk of skin cancer.
Fitness Testing is a great way to kick off a fitness or weight loss challenge. We offer the Harvard step test, grip testing, and sit and reach testing.
Focused Goal Setting is our premium health coaching program. Using the results of our health screening, our health coaches will guide the participant through the S.W.I.F.T survey. This survey guides the development of a wellness strategy based on realistic expectations and wellness goals specific to the employee’s needs.
Full Lipid Profile is a cholesterol test that measures total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, and TC/HDL risk ratio. Participants must fast for 8-12 hours before the test.
Health Coaching is a cornerstone of any complete wellness plan and an integral part of what we provide. The more a participant understands the current state of their health, the easier it is to make healthier choices. Employers can choose from existing wellness targets or customize a plan based on a specific wellness goal.
Hearing Screenings test the ability of an individual to hear speech frequencies of 500Hz, 1000Hz, 2000Hz, and 4000Hz.
Height and Weight are determined by medical-grade stadiometers and scales, just like those found in a physician's office.
Health Risk Assessment (HRA) is one of the most widely used screening tools in the field of health promotion and is often the first step in a multi-component health promotion program. The HRA is a health questionnaire that provides participants with an evaluation of their health risks and quality of life. An HRA commonly incorporates three key elements: an extended questionnaire, a risk calculation, and personalized health coaching. We offer 2 types of HRA: standard, with roughly 50 questions, and Lifestyle, with 11 questions.
Healthy Eating on the Run is a manned or self-serve station that provides healthy eating tips as well as suggestions on how to eat healthier. Participants will receive handouts and sample snack packs in an "Eat This Not That" format.
Healthy Heart Display is a manned or self-serve station that highlights the primary risk factors for heart disease including exercise, nutrition, smoking, and family history. We utilize several models to help demonstrate the effects of heart disease and arterial clogging.
High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) is called the "healthy" or "good" cholesterol because it helps clean your arteries of plaque deposits that can cause blockages. High levels of HDL may lower your risk of heart disease.
LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein) is known as the "unhealthy" or "bad" cholesterol because it contributes to the buildup of plaque deposits on arterial walls, a condition called atherosclerosis.
Lunch-N-Learns can highlight a wide variety of topics that range from dealing with stress to quitting smoking.
Nutritional Counseling, provided onsite by registered dieticians, can address participants' questions, help with meal planning, and can even include a cooking demonstration. Counseling can be customized based on participants' needs, budget, and wellness goals.
One on One Coaching, provided onsite, includes a review of the participant's results, a clear explanation of any health risks, and a discussion regarding healthy habits that can lower said risks.
Online Scheduling is available for participants to book a screening appointment in advance. Participants will receive an email confirmation and a reminder 24 hours before their appointment as well as any special instructions for the day of the screening.
Partial Lipid Profile is a non-fasting blood test that measures total cholesterol (TC), HDL, and TC/HDL risk ratio levels.
Personalized Coaching is the ideal solution for companies that are mindful of their participants' tight schedules, yet want to provide as much information and guidance as possible. With our individualized plan, employees receive a results sheet with all of their biometric information, an easy-to-understand explanation of the tests, and medically-accepted healthy ranges. Our health coaches will review the information, answer questions, and offer wellness advice pertinent to the participant's wants and needs.
Pulse Oximetry is a test used to measure the amount of oxygen in circulation. It is an easy, painless measure of how well oxygen is being sent to parts of the body furthest from the heart, such as the arms and legs.
Pulse Rate is the measure of how fast the heart is beating. The normal resting rate for an adult is between 60 and 100 beats per minute (BPM), depending on physical condition and age.
Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) testing helps detect diseases of the prostate, including cancer. This test is done by placing a drop of blood on a collection card and sending it to a reference lab. The participant will receive a written report from the doctor explaining the results.
Smoking Cessation programs can help participants quit tobacco.
Spirometry is a measure of lung function, specifically the volume of air that can be inhaled and exhaled. This test is extremely important for workers in factory and warehouse settings with high concentrations of dust and fibers. This test can help assess conditions such as asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, and COPD.
Tobacco Screening is a saliva or blood test that detects cotinine, the primary metabolite of nicotine. This test is highly sensitive and will detect even the smallest concentrations of cotinine. Only a small sample of saliva or blood is required and results are ready in less than 5 minutes.
Total Cholesterol (TC) is the amount of cholesterol in your body at any given time. It includes HDL, LDL, VLDL, IDL, and chylomicrons.
Triglycerides are a type of fat found in the blood. When you eat, your body converts any calories it doesn't need to use right away into triglycerides. Later, hormones release triglycerides for energy between meals.
Vision Screenings test visual acuity, the ability to see details at near and far distances. It involves reading letters of different sizes on an eye chart. Each eye is screened individually and then both eyes are screened together. If a participant already wears glasses or contacts, they should wear them during this screening.
Waist Circumference is the measurement of the distance around the abdomen. A high waist circumference is associated with increased risk for type 2 diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease when BMI is above 25.
Waist-to-Hip Ratio (WHR) is derived from the difference in the measurements of waist and hips. Individuals who carry extra weight around the waist may have increased risk of certain chronic disease.
Walking Challenges are collaborative walking goals and friendly competitions that involve keeping track of steps taken per week. This can be a great way to get participants involved in physical activity and motivate them to work towards a common wellness goal.