General Questions

What type of scans are offered and what do they reveal?
We offer preventative scans using a state-of-the-art CT scanner to provide clear 3D images of all major organs between the neck and pelvis. Our preventative screens can detect heart disease and cancer in the early stages, which can save lives and thousands of dollars in medical bills.
Do you accept insurance for preventative health scans?
We do not to accept insurance for several important reasons. Insurance often demands an order from your physician and deems medical necessity, which could lead to delays and limitations. Instead, we aim to keep cash prices affordable for everyone. Additionally, privacy is paramount to us, which is why we deliver your results directly to you, allowing you to control when and where you share them. Your health journey should be in your hands, and we’re committed to empowering you every step of the way.
Is this an MRI or CT scan?
We utilize a state-of-the-art CT scanner, ensuring a fast and easy screening process. Our open design allows for a stress-free experience — no confined tunnels! The entire process is fast and easy, lasting only a few minutes. Our full body scan requires no IVs, needles, contrast, or preparation.
What are your prices?
Our regular full body scan is normally priced at $2,499 and our virtual colonoscopy typically costs $3,499. However, we sometimes offer specials and limited-time deals. Please call us directly for the most up-to-date package pricing, specials, and more!
What does the full body scan show?

Our full body scan aims to empower you with a comprehensive view of your health, enabling early detection and proactive care. The full body scan provides comprehensive insights into various vital areas:


Heart Scan Covers:

  • Heart attack/stroke risk
  • Aortic aneurysms
  • Pericardium health
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Heart valve calcification
  • Coronary calcium score, indicating potential signs of blockages or calcifications linked to heart disease.

Lung Scan Covers:

  • Early stages/signs of lung cancer
  • Emphysema or COPD
  • Tuberculosis
  • Signs of infections
  • Blockages in the airways
  • Nodules
  • Inflammation
  • Tumors
  • Pulmonary embolism
  • Possible scarring on lungs

Abdomen and Pelvis:

  • The scan focuses on the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, kidneys, spleen, and gastrointestinal tract, screening for masses, cancer, tumors, cysts, or other abnormalities. It can also identify kidney stones and assess the bladder and reproductive organs.


  • Detects abnormalities and fractures.
Do you offer brain scans?
We offer comprehensive full body scans, covering all major organs from the neck to pelvis, to potentially catch heart disease and cancer early on. While we don’t scan the head, our advanced ultrasound scans can screen the carotid arteries for potential stroke risk. Your well-being is our priority, and our state-of-the-art imaging services are designed to empower you with vital health insights.
Can the scans look at impingement in a shoulder or determine the cause of pain in my knee?
We do not offer scans of the extremities. We prioritize full body scans that encompass all major organs from the neck to pelvis, aiming to catch heart disease and cancer at an early stage. While the scan includes the spine, please note that it doesn’t specifically target nerve or muscle issues.
Who reads the scans?
The scans are read by a local group of board certified radiologists. The group specializes in preventative reads and results are delivered within 24 hours Monday-Thursday. Scans completed on Fridays will have results ready the following Monday.
What are the radiation levels?

We harness the latest high-resolution, low-dose protocols, providing you with clear and detailed ultra low dose scans. Early detection is our priority, as we firmly believe it saves lives. Visit VisionaryWellnessImaging.com to watch a video featuring our radiologist, Dr. Markham, as he addresses FAQs, including concerns about radiation.

What is a virtual colonoscopy?
A virtual colonoscopy presents a non-invasive and anesthesia-free alternative to the traditional scope. By opting for this procedure, you steer clear of anesthesia risks and the potential dangers of an invasive colonoscopy, like perforation and infection. The entire process typically lasts around 30 minutes, allowing you to drive yourself home afterwards. Prior to the test, a mild prep is necessary, and rest assured, we’ll provide detailed instructions after you book your appointment. The virtual colonoscopy offers comprehensive images of both the outside and inside of the colon, enabling detailed insights. Although insurance may not cover this procedure, we extend financing options and readily accept HSA cards, providing accessible options for your colon health journey.
Do you offer special pricing for military and first responders?

Absolutely! We offer an exclusive 10% discount on retail pricing and packages to show our appreciation for military and first responders.

Are the scans safe? Do they involve radiation that can cause cancer?
Our state-of-the-art technology is designed to minimize risks while delivering accurate and valuable insights. Our scans utilize fast, low-dose protocols, to minimize risk without compromising on results.
Do you accept insurance?
As a dedicated preventative health center, we do not accept insurance as most insurance companies do not cover preventative health scans. However, to make our services accessible, we offer a selection of financing options or you can use your HSA (Health Savings Account) to cover the costs.
Do you scan other organs?
We offer a heart and lung scan as well as a full body scan. The full body scan looks at all of the vital organs from the neck to the pelvis. We also offer a virtual colonoscopy. We also conduct ultrasounds of thyroid and carotid.
How quick is the CT scan?
The entire process only takes a few minutes — with no IVs and no need to undress. You will receive your results in one day.
What if I am claustrophobic?
Our state-of-the-art CT scanner features an open design (you will not be inside a tunnel). The entire scan only takes a few seconds.
Are the scans painful?
The scan is non-invasive — no needles, no shots, no IVs, no dyes to drink, and no fasting. However, the virtual colonoscopy is a separate scan and does require preparation before the procedure.
Why would I get a virtual colonoscopy instead of a traditional one?
If you have no history of colon issues and you are of age to begin screening for colon cancer, the virtual colonoscopy is a great alternative. The non-invasive procedure does not require anesthesia and it can provide a clear image of the colon.
Is a doctor's order required?
No, you do not need a doctor’s order to schedule your scan. We make the process hassle-free and convenient, ensuring you have easy access to our advanced imaging services without the need for additional paperwork or prescriptions.
Why should I get a full body scan if I am only worried about my heart and I have no family history of cancer?
Most chronic health conditions are treatable, curable, and less costly if they are detected and treated early. Oftentimes, there are no symptoms with early stages of cancer. By the time symptoms occur and insurance approves a scan, the cancer might have progressed to stage 3 or stage 4. Investing in your health is a proactive step towards a healthier and happier life. The worst thing you can do for your health is nothing!
Can I get a scan if I have a pacemaker?
Absolutely! It is safe to undergo a CT scan even if you have a pacemaker. While the pacemaker will be visible in the imaging, you will still receive the full benefit of screening all other major organs.