Densi Check

Assessment of the status of and susceptibility to osteoporosis and osteopenia

How strong are your bones?

Densi check is carried out using quantitative bone ultrasonometry. This is a diagnostic technique based on the transmission of high-frequency ultrasonic waves passed through the bone’s mineralised component. It is carried out at the heel bone, whose structural organisation reflects systemic bone metabolism, and therefore also reflects the hip bone’s state. It provides an indication of bone strength and as well as the determination of the patient’s susceptibility to the risk of osteoporotic fracture. This method is used in the study of quantitative and qualitative skeletal changes caused by menopause, ageing and other osteopenic conditions.

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Densitometric results compared with the average peak bone mass results of healthy adults of the same sex, 25-30 years of age.


Densitometric results compared with the average results from subjects of the same age and sex.


Assessment of the individual’s predisposition to osteopenia or osteoporosis based on age and ethnicity.


The necessary equipment can be purchased or provided as an additional service.
Ultrasound densitometer

Area of measurement: heel

Measurement: Estimated BMD and BQI obtained with the measurement of broadband ultrasound attenuation (BUA) and the speed of sound (SOS).

T score, Z score and expected percentage. Reports with graphs.

Measurement time: <15 sec


After the check-up, the professional service provider will provide a brief consultation about the obtained results

Summary table

  • Density score (percentage of well-being associated with bone quality)
  • Current quality of bones

Product advice

  • Customisable list of the most effective products for the most suited prevention and well-being strategy

Detailed report

  • a brief introduction to bone metabolism
  • details of all analysed parameters expressed in percentages
  • list of recommended products

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