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An annual physical exam provides the opportunity to check your overall health and prevent any ongoing conditions from getting worse.

A great opportunity to check up on your health.

A physical examination is a routine test that gives an overall look on your health. The annual physical exams consist of different tests that can be performed during your physical examination. Depending on your age or medical or family history.


These exams can be a good time to ask your questions about you what you have been feeling and talk about any changes or problems that you have noticed.

What kind of tests do the physical exam include?

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Updated health history

First, we will need to update on new developments and changes in your health history. This may include questions about your job and relationships, medications, allergies, supplements, or any recent surgeries.

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Vital sign checks

This includes taking a blood pressure reading and checking your heart rate and respiratory rate. Your blood pressure should be checked at least once every year to once every three years, depending on your history.

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Visual exam

Our medical team  will review your appearance for signs of any potential conditions. They’ll check the parts of your body that could visually indicate any existing health issues.

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Physical exams

Also, we will use tools to look in your eyes, ears, nose, and throat; listen to the heart and lungs and also “palpating,” parts of your body to feel any abnormalities, check skin, reflexes and more parts of the body if necessary.

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Lab Test

To complete the physical, we may draw blood for several laboratory tests. This helps detect irregularities in your body that might indicate a larger problem.

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