OUR PHILOSOPHY

Our health is our most important asset and only when it is threatened or lost do we appreciate its true value.

The events of 2020 have bought this firmly into focus and health has quite rightly moved up the priority list of life in the minds of many.

An Advanced Health Assessment can identify risk factors and many diseases early, often well before symptoms appear.

This usually leads to simpler, more effective and less invasive treatment.

The Advanced Health Assessments can identify whether a lifestyle change is needed to optimise health and wellness and to reduce the risk of developing certain diseases.

1 in 2

1 in 2 people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. All too often this is discovered at an advanced stage beyond the point of curative treatment. (Cancer Research UK)

40k

More than 40,000 people under the age of 75 in the UK die prematurely from heart and circulatory diseases each year. (BHF)

12.3m

12.3 million people in the UK are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Three in five cases of type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed. (Diabetes UK)

30k

More than 30,000 heart attacks a year occur in the UK and in around a third of cases the first symptom of underlying heart disease is sudden death. (BHF)

The human body is extremely complex and many diseases can only be detected in the earliest stages by high-resolution advanced scanning technology.

Below are examples of some of the many health conditions and diseases our Advanced Health Assessments might detect in both men and women, depending on the level of check-up and range of tests undertaken.

These problems can be identified by a variety or combination of modalities, including advanced scanning, physiological tests, comprehensive blood tests, a thorough physical examination and detailed consultations with our team of leading medical specialists.

Contact us:

17 Harley Street,
London W1G 9QH

+44 (0)203 370 2294

hello@lumenharleystreet.uk

Nearest tube stations:

Oxford Circus, Bond Street,
Great Portland Street, Regent’s Park

Nearest overground stations:

Marylebone or Euston

Parking:

Q-Park Harley Street

Disabled parking:

Q-Park Oxford Street

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