<h2 class="underline blue flush">Wellness Evaluations</h2> <p><strong>Wellness evaluations are of form of preventive medicine. The goal of a wellness exam is to not only monitor your current health status, but to prevent future illnesses from occurring. This is accomplished with consultations, physical exams, health screenings, and regular immunizations.</strong></p> <img src="/assets/silver_websites/demo/services_wellness_evaluations.jpg" alt-"services="" image"="" class="img_content"> <h2 class="underline blue">What Happens during a Wellness Evaluation?</h2> <p>A typical wellness exam begins with a consultation, where your doctor will discuss your medical history. This could also include a discussion on your family's medical history in order to diagnose potential genetic illnesses. The consultation is a good time for you to ask any questions or concerns you may have about your health.</p> <p>The next step of a wellness evaluation is a physical exam. Some of the monitoring and tests your doctor may perform include:</p> <ul> <li> Height, weight, and body fat measurement</li> <li> Listening to your lungs</li> <li> Ears, nose, and throat examination</li> <li> Blood pressure and cholesterol test</li> <li> STD screenings</li> <li> Neurological examination</li> <li> Urinalysis</li> <li> Lifestyle analysis</li> <li> Preventative health screenings</li> <li> EKGs</li> </ul> <h2 class="underline blue">Typical Wellness Screenings</h2> <p>There are a number of recommended wellness screenings that should be performed depending on your age and gender. Some of the tests for women include:</p> <ul> <li> Pap tests</li> <li> Mammograms</li> <li> Colon cancer screenings</li> <li> Bone density tests</li> </ul> <p>Recommended tests for men include:</p> <ul> <li> Prostate cancer screening</li> <li> Colon cancer screening</li> </ul>

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