Do you need a physical examination for work? Do you need to have a physical exam card completed by a doctor in order to play sports? Or do you just want to breathe easier knowing that everything is going to be alright because your body is working just the way it should be at 18, 30, 40, or 55 years of age?
It is time for your physical at Front Range Primary Care!
A full physical examination at Front Range Primary Care is the best way to ensure that you are in tip top shape and prepared to meet life head-on! General examinations are performed by the practitioner at your convenience, with a scheduled appointment.
Physicals include inspection and observation of the basic systems and processes of the body, including the heart, lungs, abdomen and nervous system. Extended checks may be needed depending on clinical impressions. In any case, the physical is used to confirm any pre-existing issues based on your clinical history and of course, to identify any pathology that may have escaped notice before.
The excellent team at Front Range will review or obtain your clinical history and factor that in with your physical examination. If necessary, blood levels will be drawn to further investigate any suspicious findings. Thanks to routine physical examinations many people’s lives have been saved and serious conditions have been uncovered in their early, more treatable stages. Using state of the art diagnostic technologies, if necessary, Front Range can provide insights where previous physical examination could find nothing. Now, early detection and treatment of conditions such as prostate cancer, colon cancer, and so on can be a real life saver.
We recommend a thorough check-up at Front Range Primary Care!
Before your physical examination at Front Range, the physician will obtain your consent to perform the exam. If you are more comfortable with a doctor of your own sex performing the exam that is certainly understandable as some parts of the body will need to be examined without clothes on. Checking for a hernia in a man, for example, requires that the physician palpate the anterior-top of the scrotum while you turn your head and exert pressure through a cough or two. Rest assured that the superb physicians at Front Range will only perform medically necessary and appropriate procedures during your exam.
A prostate check is another often-avoided but no less important part of the physical exam for older men. Most men will obtain a prostate check for one of the following reasons:
After the physical examination, you will be asked to put your clothes back on. Then, the physician at Front Range Primary Care presents his or her clinical findings to you. Along with review of your clinical history, the physician will provide you with a clean bill of health or describe any further tests that are needed to rule in or out certain medical conditions.
Contact us to schedule your Physical Examination today!