Project Healthy Living 2014

Spring Season March 21st - May 17th

Project Healthy Living 2014

Site Cancellation

The last two days for the 3D Body Analyzer and the True Tesla Electro Muscular Stimulator/Pain Manager will be at the Macomb Mall on May 15 and May 16, 2014 from 10am-4 pm. Please visit the Project Healthy Living at Macomb Mall one of these days if you are interested in any of these tests.


happy-family-871294248498GDs_EDIT_SMALLWelcome to Project Healthy Living, where we make wellness easy. Project Healthy Living’s opening site for 2014 will run Friday, March 21st 10:00 – 4:00; Saturday, March 22nd 10:00 -4:00; and Sunday, March 23rd noon to 6:00 pm. at: Macomb Mall (Movie Theater Entrance) 32233 Gratiot Roseville, Michigan 48066  Services will include the high quality free and low-cost health screenings you’ve come to expect; screenings for serious illnesses, including obesity, diabetes, hypertension, cancer and heart disease. Participants must be 18 years old or accompanied by a guardian.

New this year at selected sites:

We’re excited to showcase two new pieces of technology this year. One is the revolutionary 3D Body Analyzer – one of the most extraordinary, cutting-edge technologies to be introduced in the past several years. It is a  pain-free, non-invasive check of major body organs for possible diseases. Gives information on heart, digestive system, nervous system and more. It combines several medical devices into one and analyzes 120 different biomarkers to let you know your risk for things like diabetes, heart attacks, nervous disorders and much more. It will also make recommendations for the types of tests you should have as a next step in your health assessment.
The other is the True Tesla an electro-muscular  stimulator and pain management system which provides incredible pain relief in a 20 minute treatment. With regular treatments, this device has proven to be effective in:

  • Increased local blood circulation
  • Muscle re-education
  • Relaxation of muscle spasms
  • Maintaining or increasing range of motion
  • Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy
  • Postsurgical calf stimulation to prevent venous thrombosis

The Tesla can reduce pain, swelling, inflammation, and improve blood flow. As a result the True TeslaTM EMS can help treat many neuropathies, including the chronic and difficult conditions associated with diabetes. Come try out a 20 minute session and see for yourself.

We will also have Affordable Care Act assistance so people can make the March 31st deadline, get information about the effects of the law and get enrolled into health coverage.

More extensive services will be offered this year at our 30 locations.  Please check our calendar carefully to make sure you know the correct days and times of the site near you. Participants can pre-register for services and save time at the location of their choice by clicking here. Health screenings and health education help protect your family from asymptomatic diseases – those silent killers that don’t present symptoms. PHL offers free testing services including height and weight measurement, body mass index (BMI), hearing, vision, blood oxygen levels, blood pressure, pulmonary function, counseling and referral.  For a nominal fee, blood testing and analysis are provided by Quest Diagnostics – a four hour fast is recommended. Planning to get blood testing and analysis services at PHL? Get the jump on the crowd.  Use FastTrack to pre-register and pay for services  at least three days prior to the site you plan to attend and your registrations forms will be ready for you when you arrive. FastTrack registration begins March 10th . Want to get involved in making your city a healthier place? Volunteer at a PHL location in your community! Every year, over 2000 volunteers, both medical and non-medical personnel, help us deliver high quality services to PHL participants. And this year is no different. We encourage you to get involved. Still have questions? Call Project Healthy Living  (313) 531-9108, weekdays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Join the Project Healthy Living community and “Like” us on Facebook or follow UHOBooster on Twitter.