The Echelon Health Blog. An informed view on the world of Personal Health Assessment.
Nov 16

Disease Prevention in Women and the Cullinan Assessment

By Kornelija Dedelaite

A fundamental component of preventative medicine is screening tests. You may often get these screening tests through your primary care provider. However, some examinations are only available through specialist service…

Aug 10

What Scans Are Best For Imaging The Brain?

By Echelon Health

There are many different scans used for imaging the brain. Here at Echelon Health, we understand that booking a brain scan can be unnerving. You may require more information on…

Jul 15

Bone Cancer and other bone disease

By Echelon Health

Bone cancer is a rare type of cancer that develops when cells in the bone start to grow out of control. In the UK alone, around 550 new cases are…

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Jun 23

DEXA scan vs CT Bone scan vs CT EOS scan: which one is the best option to detect bone disease?

By Kornelija Dedelaite

With the immense improvements in medical imaging technology over the last 50 years, there are a multitude of ways that various parts of your body can be visualised from the…

Jun 09

Can Cancer Ever Be Prevented?

By Echelon Health

There are things that everyone can do that can help them reduce the chances of developing cancer. While not all cancers are preventable, certain risk factors, if cut from your…

Apr 07

Full body health check-up at Echelon Health: Platinum and Gold Assessments

By Kornelija Dedelaite

Echelon Health found its roots in the Harley Street Medical Area over 15 years ago with the intent to equip people with detailed information about their health and encourage them…

Apr 01

What are the best scans for imaging the body?

By Kornelija Dedelaite

There are several differences between MRI and CT scans, though both are used for imaging purposes. To know which imaging modality is more suited for imaging the brain, depends on…

Dec 16

The Truth About Biohacking

By Kornelija Dedelaite

When we think of ‘hacking’ we usually tend to go with the stereotypical spy drama where a sidekick announces that he’s ‘in the system’ which allows for the hero to…