Friday, February 19, 2010


Health Projects USA's International Association of accuDEXA Technicians (INAADT) provides professional training of individuals to become Certified Registered accuDEXA Technicians.

accuDEXA Technicians operate the Lone Oak Medical Technologies accuDEXA Bone Mineral Density Assessment System. This System is used throughout the world to provide accurate Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry assessment of Bone Mineral Content to help determine a person’s risk of having Osteoporosis.

The accuDEXA Bone Mineral Density Assessment System provides a quick, convenient and economical measure for determining an individual's fracture risk. The accuDEXA Bone Mineral Density Assessment enables physicians to comply with International Osteoporosis Testing recommendations, and helps manage periodic Osteoporosis screenings for at-risk individuals.

The new INAADT accuDEXA Technician Certification Course prepares an individual to successfully pass the INAADT accuDEXA Technician Certification Examination. This Course provides a study of Osteoporosis, including causes, treatments, and assessment techniques. This Course also provides a comprehensive study of the accuDEXA Bone Mineral Density Assessment System, including actual hands-on set-up and use of the accuDEXA Bone Mineral Density Assessment System.

In addition, this Course includes a study of the Policy and Procedure Guidelines for a Certified accuDEXA Technician to conduct a professional Bone Mineral Density Assessment Event.

Upon completion of this Course, the student will be eligible to take the INAADT accuDEXA Technician Certification Examination. Students who pass this Examination will receive the professional designation of Certified accuDEXA Technician.

INAADT-Certified accuDEXA Technicians can earn up to $30 to $50 or more per hour
providing accuDEXA Bone Mineral Density Screenings throughout the United States.

Contact Ken Little, IAADT Executive Administrator, via telephone at 866-707-6767 or via eMail at for additional information and course registration procedures.

Thursday, February 18, 2010


Kenneth Little, Executive Administrator, presented the Programs and Projects of Health Projects USA to the Morning Rotary Club in Marion VA this morning.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Health Projects USA’s National Osteoporosis Awareness Health (NOAH) Project is accepting 2010 Sponsorships of its accuDEXA Bone Mineral density Screening Events throughout the United States.

Businesses, Churches, Civic Organizations, Clubs, Fraternal Groups, Fratern
ities and Sororities, Government Entities, HealthCare Clinics and Private Practices, and Individuals can Sponsor one or more NOAH Bone Mineral Density Screening Events throughout 2010.

Sponsors can receive from $200 to $1,500 or more for each NOAH Event th
ey sponsor. And, there is no limit to the number of NOAH Events that can be sponsored.

Please request information from the Health Projects USA's National Osteoporosis Awareness Health Project at:

Monday, February 15, 2010


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