Prevention & Wellness Additional Services | Norton Healthcare Louisville, Ky.

Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness Additional Services

The team at Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness offers a variety of additional screening services.

  • DermaScan — shows sun damage on the face that the naked eye cannot see
  • Bone density (heel ultrasound) — measures a risk factor for developing osteoporosis in at-risk women and men
  • Health education — breast cancer, cervical cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer (as it relates to smoking), cardiovascular health (eating healthy, exercise, knowing your numbers, etc.)
  • Presentations/talks
  • Inflatable heart/colon (cost may apply)
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(502) 899-6842

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