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Annual Physical Exam - Men older than 50 should have a yearly physical exam, and men younger than 50 should have a physical exam every three to five years. Your provider should check your weight, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and prostrate.
Heart & Stroke Screening - We offer 30-minute heart and stroke screening that helps detect risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Testing includes a quick carotid ultrasound scan (QCS), measure of body mass index (BMI), ankle brachial index (ABI), blood pressure, heart rhythm and pulse, and a limited abdominal aortic aneurysm scan (AAA).
Diabetes Screening - If you're older than 45 or have a body mass index above 25 no matter your age, the American Diabetes Association recommends that you be screened for diabetes.
Lung Cancer Screening – For people with a history of smoking, a Low Dose CT Scan could save your life. A low-dose lung screening is capable of detecting very small but potentially cancerous cells at the earliest stages, which may allow for the least invasive treatment options.
Colon Cancer Screening – Colonoscopies should begin at age 45 or 10 years prior to the diagnosis of colon cancer in an immediate relative. For example, get screened at age 36 if your mother was diagnosed at age 46.