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Physical examinations are a fundamental part of maintaining your health. They allow for early detection of potential health issues and provide an opportunity for healthcare providers to discuss health habits and preventive measures. Our clinic offers comprehensive physical exams tailored to your health needs.

Services include:

  • Comprehensive health evaluation and assessment

  • Discussion of health habits and preventive measures

  • Identification and management of potential health risks

  • Vaccination updates and preventive screenings

  • Customized advice on nutrition, exercise, and healthy living

Frequently Asked Questions

A physical exam typically includes a thorough review of your medical history, a series of tests to check your vital signs (like blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature), lung and heart exams, visual inspection of your appearance, palpation of various parts of your body, motor functions and reflex tests, and other specialized tests as needed based on your health history.

Physical exams are important because they can help detect problems early, when they may be easier to treat. They provide a good opportunity for you to talk with your doctor about any ongoing pain or symptoms that you are experiencing or any other health concerns that you might have.

The frequency of physical exams can depend on your age, health history, and risk factors for different health conditions. Generally, adults should have a physical exam annually, but your healthcare provider may recommend a different schedule based on your individual needs.

Before your physical exam, you should gather any medical records, a list of all medications (including vitamins and supplements) you are taking, any questions or concerns you have, and a family health history. This information will help your healthcare provider understand your current health and make informed decisions about your care.

Yes, there are different types of physical exams including annual exams, sports physicals, and work-related physicals. Each type of exam has specific focuses depending on its purpose, but all serve to evaluate your overall health and wellness.

Most insurance plans cover the cost of an annual physical exam as preventative care. However, coverage details and out-of-pocket costs can vary, so it’s a good idea to check with your insurance provider beforehand.

If your physical exam reveals any health issues, your healthcare provider will discuss the next steps with you. This may include further testing, referrals to specialists, or starting treatment. The goal is to address any health concerns early and effectively.

You can schedule a physical exam by contacting our clinic directly. If you’re a new patient, you might need to provide some basic health information before your visit. We also offer online scheduling for your convenience.