Annual Health Check Up– MyConcierge MD Beverly Hills
A yearly physical exam or an annual health check up is performed at our Beverly Hills medical office to keep you informed about your health status. Book your physical exam at our facility to get a thorough examination and receive a detailed health profile including risk factors and lifestyle recommendations.
Why are annual physicals important?
An annual physical exam is an important ritual that you should maintain on a yearly basis to stay healthy. You don’t have to be sick to visit the doctor. In fact, going for an annual health check up will help you detect any early signs or risk factors for serious conditions before they even cause any symptoms. During your physical examination, your doctor will be able to identify any potential problems early on before they cause complications.
How to prepare
After you’ve booked your appointment at MyConciergeMD, there are a few things you should prepare before visiting out office. First of all, take time to review your family history. Giving a detailed account of your family history is important because it informs your doctor of any frequently occurring diseases in your family which affects your likelihood of developing them as well. If any of your relatives have developed a certain condition recently, make sure your point it out to your doctor. Important conditions to keep in mind include hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and cancer.
Secondly, make a list of any concerns or questions you have regarding your health. These can be new complaints or persistent symptoms continue you to cause your discomfort or pain. Think of changes in your sleeping patterns, menstrual cycle, or eating habits. When explaining these changes to your doctor, let him or her know when they began and how they’re affecting your daily life.
Another thing to think about prior to your visit is your future plans. If you’re starting a new job soon, relocating, or want to quit smoking or lose weight, it’s important to share this with your doctor. He or she will provide you with helpful advice to ease you through the process.
Last but not least, you need to prepare a list of medications you’re currently using. Your doctor will review your medications, adjust any dosages, and recommend alternative treatments if you’re not responding well to certain drugs.