Understanding Colonoscopy Screenings

Then GET a

colonoscopy on your calendar

If you're 45 or older it's time for your colorectal cancer screening. The risk is high—1 in 24 people will develop colorectal cancer—but it is one of the most treatable diseases when caught in the early stages through on-time screening. Your colonoscopy is covered by most insurances, including Medicaid.

Why have a

Colonoscopy Screening?

A colonoscopy is a preventive measure against colon cancer, effectively detecting and treating colorectal cancer and precancerous polyps. Beginning at age 45, individuals, regardless of gender, should undergo a colonoscopy at least once every 10 years. This procedure identifies and removes polyps (small growths that may develop into cancer), serving as a highly effective means of prevention.

Don’t delay.

Book today.

Now that you understand the importance of a colonoscopy, consider scheduling yours. If you’re 45 or over and haven’t undergone a screening colonoscopy, take control of your health. Reduce your risk of colorectal cancer by scheduling your colonoscopy today.