Eye examinations can uncover not only ophthalmic problems, but also point to other systemic conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension and vascular disease.


Autorefractometry is an automated examination that measures visual impairment (nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism) by assessing how light is refracted in the eye. It allows a quick and precise assessment of corrective needs, providing a starting point for further diagnosis.


Tonometry is a method of measuring intraocular pressure that is crucial in the diagnosis and monitoring of glaucoma. High pressure inside the eye can lead to damage to the optic nerve and loss of vision, so early detection and treatment are essential.

Fundus of the eye

A fundus examination allows direct visualization of the retina, blood vessels and optic nerve. It is an invaluable tool in diagnosing pathological changes in the eye, including diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, vascular changes and assessing the effects of hypertension.


Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an advanced imaging technique that allows detailed analysis of ophthalmic structures, including the retina and optic nerve. OCT is extremely useful in diagnosing the early stages of macular degeneration, glaucoma and other retinal conditions.

Muscle strength and physical activity analysis

Handshake, gait and fitness analysis


Comprehensive information on risk factors for the development of diseases

Body composition

DXA and bioimpedance


Ocular fundus, autorefractometry, tonometry, OCT


Advanced analysis of biological material

Imaging studies

Ultrasonography (ultrasound) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Respiratory system

Bodypletyzomgraphy and carbon monoxide in exhaled air

Circulatory system

Cardiac echo, ECG, ABI, PWV, Ergospirometry

Dental examinations

Full assessment of the condition of the teeth and oral hygiene