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Wellness Visits

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Women

Children

Men

Completed during a wellness exam...

Medical History

Vital Sign Check

Bloodwork

Overall Body

Physical Exam

Women

Children

Men

A well-woman visit provides an excellent opportunity to counsel patients about maintaining a healthy lifestyle and minimizing health risks. Taking a comprehensive history (specifically obtaining detailed information on symptoms and past medical and gynecologic history) will inform if certain components of the physical examination, including breast or pelvic examination, are indicated at that visit and will inform shared decision making for these examinations.

 

Family history should be used as a risk assessment tool and should be completed and updated regularly to ensure the most comprehensive assessment of a woman’s personal risk factors. 

Well-child visits are essential for many reasons, including:

  • Tracking growth and developmental milestones

  • Discussing any concerns about your child’s health

  • Getting scheduled vaccinations to prevent illnesses like measles and whooping cough (pertussis) and other serious diseases

Well-child visits and recommended vaccinations are essential and help make sure children stay healthy. Children who are not protected by vaccines are more likely to get diseases like measles and whooping cough. These diseases are extremely contagious and can be very serious, especially for babies and young children. In recent years, there have been outbreaks of these diseases, especially in communities with low vaccination rates.

Why do men need an annual physical exam?

A men’s preventive health appointment is typically fully covered by insurance, primarily because it can reduce your risk of illness in the future. This type of checkup can identify current health problems that may have no obvious symptoms—anything from high cholesterol to high blood pressure. It can also identify your risk for developing future health issues based on a combination of physical symptoms, family history, and social habits. Based on these findings, your healthcare provider may recommend lifestyle changes that improve current health conditions—and prevent future disease. 

What does a male physical exam involve?

When you visit your primary care provider for a yearly exam, you can expect the following:

  • Questionnaire or interview questions

  • Physical exam, including biometric measurements and vital sign checks

  • Screening tests

  • Immunizations