Annual Wellness Exam

Keeping Close Attention To Your Health Is Always of Great Important

Our Personalized Prevention Plan Is Designed To Keep You Safe

An annual wellness exam is one of the best ways for early detection of serious medical problems, and to maintain your health. Visiting our clinic each year allows our physicians to discuss potential illnesses and health concerns before they become serious, like high blood pressure, diabetes or high cholesterol, while offering ways to improve your nutrition and lifestyle. Wellness exams can also provide the assurance that you are healthy and doing well.

Our annual wellness checks provide preventive services, counseling, education and disease screening, based on your gender or age.

15M

diseases and disorders prevented yearly in US due to annual wellness exams

45

Minutes per year is the average time you need for your annual wellness checks

1 in 3

among adults in the U.S. puts themselves to danger by skipping the annual exam

Welness Exams

Your Annual Wellness Exam

 A wellness visit typically includes a physical examination, a review of your personal and family medical history, and a candid discussion about healthy lifestyle choices and habits.

At this appointment, you can generally expect your doctor to take your vital signs, including your blood pressure and heart rate, and check your eyes, ears, nose, and mouth. 

Finally, your doctor can determine whether you’re due for any immunizations, and also recommend routine screening tests that are appropriate for you.

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Risk Assessment

As our valued patient, we are focused helping you prevent illness based on your current health and risk factors.

Wellness Scheule

Review your health problems, determine what health issues may become a concern in the future, and how to prevent them

Personal Health

We gather and keep all of the important information for you, so we can keep track of your improvement.

Medical Checks

Your Annual Wellness Exam

  • Weight
  • Height
  • Blood Pressure
  • Pulse
  • Screening Lab Tests
  • X-Rays
  • Immunizations
  • Review of Medical History