We currently offer two types of yearly wellness exams.
- 30 minutes
- Physical exam for sports or school. Must bring your school’s paperwork to the appointment to have it completed.
- 30 minutes
- Wellness Check to include a basic physical exam for adults.
Our Wellness Exams Include The Following Components
Health history intake
We discuss your health history. Arrive with answers to your recent surgeries, allergies, supplements, and medications.
Vital signs assessment
We’ll check vital signs such as your respiratory rate, blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, and visual assessment. A visual examination is also performed for your eyes, head, chest, abdomen, musculoskeletal system, nervous system functions for indications of diseases or other health conditions.
We’ll physically examine your body by listening to your heart, checking your reflexes, etc.
Your blood samples are taken to a laboratory for further evaluation. It examined blood sugar levels, cholesterol, and metabolic panel.
You may get a Wellness Exam if you’d like to uncover illnesses and health conditions, ensure you’re eating all the nutrients you need to be healthy, examine your blood tests and urinalysis to ensure you’re healthy, and discover health problems earlier to treat them instantly.
No. A physical exam is extensive, while a wellness exam isn’t. Your annual wellness exam doesn’t include a physical exam of your body, except for height, weight, and blood pressure measurements. A physical exam will examine your body to ensure there are no health problems. We’ll determine if your health qualifies you for certain strenuous physical activities during school and sports. This physical examines your well-being to ensure there aren’t risks to participating in a sport.
As you prepare for your visit, ensure to write the questions you may have for us, bring a list of medications you’re taking, and share your health history and concerns. We’ll determine which health screenings are suited for you based on your age and health history.
Wellness exams include discussing your health and illness prevention plan, a review of your medications, and viewing your health risk assessment.