Annual Physical

An annual physical exam helps your primary care physician determine the overall status of your health. During the exam, you can discuss any new abnormalities or health concerns you may have.

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Blood Pressure Screening

A blood pressure screening tests how hard the blood is pushing against the artery walls when the heart pumps blood.

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Breast Cancer Screening

A breast cancer screening checks a woman’s breasts for cancer. Your primary care doctor may perform a breast exam by feeling around the breast to determine if there are any abnormal lumps.

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Colon Cancer Screening

A colon cancer screening is a test to detect cancerous polyps in people who do not have symptoms.

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Diabetes Screening

Testing for Type 2 diabetes is a blood glucose screening, which measures blood sugar levels following a period of fasting.

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HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) Screening

HIV screenings can detect HIV before symptoms develop so the condition can be managed and treated earlier. An HIV test can be ordered by your primary care doctor. If results are positive, you will likely be referred to an infectious diseases specialist for further testing and treatment.

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Lung Cancer Screening

A lung cancer screening tests for uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the lungs. If you are a smoker, have a history of heavy smoking and are between 55 and 80 years old, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends a yearly lung cancer screening.

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Pap Smear or Pap Test Screening

A pap smear, also known as Pap test, is a screening test to diagnose cervical cancer. During a Pap smear, your doctor will scrape cells off the cervix (the opening to the uterus from the vagina) to check for abnormal growth.

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Prostate Exam

The prostate gland is the organ that makes some of the fluid that carries the sperm when you ejaculate. Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer in men (after skin cancer). If diagnosed early, treatment is typically successful.

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Sports Physical

A sports physical is a medical exam that is used to determine if someone is healthy enough to participate in sports. Many states require children and teenagers to receive a sports physical each year prior to practicing sports or joining sports team.

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Vaccinations and Immunizations

Immunization refers to making a person immune to a disease by giving a vaccine that will stimulate antibody production to fight the disease. A vaccine is made up of miniscule amounts of weak or dead germs that cause diseases that can be given in the form of injection, oral drugs or nasal spray.

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Well-Child Visit

A well-child visit is a complete physical exam for younger children.

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