Medical History – Your past and present family medical history can provide information that could be related to your own health.
Focused Check-up – This includes Height and weight, it is common for most health care providers to measure this at every visit.
Cholesterol Check – Every year.
Blood Pressure – Every 1-2 years. However, it is common for health care providers will check your blood pressure during each visit.
Pelvic Exam And Pap Test – Every three years, unless the patient has concerns and/or symptoms.
Full-body Skin Check – Once a year to examine for skin lesions and/or suspicious moles and educate patients for monthly self-exams.
Thyroid Screening – Every 5 years.
Blood Sugar Test – Start at age 45, if no issues/concerns every 3 years thereafter.
Breast Exam – Yearly by provider, monthly self-exam.
Mammograms – Start at age 40 and should be done annually. However, with certain risk factors or a family history of breast cancer, you might need to start mammograms at an earlier age. Be sure to provide medical history with your healthcare provider.
Colonoscopy – The Base-line at 50 years, however with a family history of colon cancer screening should be done at 10 years younger than when that family member was diagnosed. If no family history, risk factors and or complications/concerns every 10 years after.
Bone Mineral Density Test – At age 65, and re-scanned every 15 years thereafter.
Influenza Vaccine – Recommended yearly.
Pneumococcal Vaccine – One time only.
Tetanus-Diphtheria Booster Vaccine – Every 10 years.
Dental – 1-2 times every year.
Vision – Depending on if you currently wear contacts or eyeglasses and risk factors 1-2 years thereafter.
Hearing Test – Discuss with your provider.
Mental/Behavioral Health Screening – Discuss with your provider.
Call 330-564-8660 for more information or to schedule an appointment.