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New Full Health Screening Chester

New Health Screening Service

Our new Health Screening Service is suitable for individuals and workplace assessment settings. Each one-to-one assessment uses cutting edge analysis equipment. These full body MOT’s can identify risk factors for potential ill-health.

Risk factors include:

  • Elevated blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Impaired blood sugar regulation
  • Dehydration
  • Abnormal variables in the urine
  • Infection identifications
  • Stressors of fatigue
  • Muscle and Fat Measurement

Muscle & Fat Measurement

Using our ultrasound technology, we can measure muscle increases as well as fat loss. Keeping muscle when losing weight is essential for keeping metabolism high. The benefit of ultrasound also means results are not affected by levels of hydration.


Evidence suggests that high cholesterol can increase your risk of heart disease. This is the leading cause of death both in the UK and worldwide. Our full and painless lipid profile test shows the specific levels of good and bad cholesterol within your body.

Blood Pressure

Many people have elevated blood pressure for a variety of reasons. If left untreated, this high blood pressure can increase your risk of a heart attack or stroke. We measure your blood pressure to ensure it is at a healthy level.

Urine Analysis

Your kidneys get rid of waste material from the blood by passing this as urine. These materials include minerals, fluids, and other substances. What you drink and eat plus how much you exercise and your kidney efficiency can affect what is in your urine. A urine sample allows us to analyse your kidney function. This sample lets us identify urinary tract infections, dehydration, fevers and diabetes.


The latest research suggests that over half a million people in the UK have diabetes without knowing it. Our analysis gives an average diabetic count of the previous three months. With this important data, we can identify if your blood sugar levels are too high. Elevated levels can show a possible diabetes risk. With these results we can help you manage your blood glucose levels

Iron deficiency

Iron deficiency or anaemia is a lack of iron in the body that leads to a lower number of red blood cells. Some of the common symptoms include tiredness, lethargy, lack of energy and shortness of breath. With a simple blood test, we will be able to identify whether you are anaemic. If found to be low then nutritional changes can help increase levels of iron in your body.

SpO2 and Pulse Rate check

This test measures arterial blood oxygen saturation. During the assessment, we also get your pulse rate (resting heart rate), as well as fitness levels. This test ensures that your body function is keeping up with the demands of your body. This can include blood flow to organs and muscles.

Call 01244 343106 or use our online contact form.

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