Men’s Full Medical Check Up

Men's Full Medical Check Up

Are You Up To Date With Your Health?
We get so caught up with things in life that sometimes it seems like we just forget to take good care of ourselves. Are you drinking enough water? Are you eating properly? Exercising regularly? When was the last time you got a Full Medical Check up?

Regular check ups are very important. Even if you feel fine, you should still see your provider. The purpose of these visits is to: Screen for medical issues, Assess your risk for future medical problems, Encourage a healthy lifestyle, Update vaccinations and to Help you get to know your provider in case of an illness.

As a result of our partnership with Labco, European leader in diagnostic testing and pathology, here at Turó Park Medical Center we are able to provide your Full Medical Check up and Medical Analyses at the same place.

Click here to book online your Full Medical Check Up with Doctor Victoria Howe.

Men's Full Medical Check Up
Men’s Full Medical Check Up

In Your 20s

  • Annual physical exam by your primary care physician, including blood pressure, and height/weight checks
  • Screening for testicular cancer, including monthly self exams
  • Cholesterol testing every 5 years
  • Depending on your individual circumstances, your doctor may want to do an electrocardiogram to check for heart disease, and blood tests to screen for diabetes, thyroid disease, liver problems, and anemia
  • Depending on risk factors, your doctor may also recommend screening for skin cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV infection, and alcohol abuse

In Your 30s

  • Annual physical exam by your primary care physician, including blood pressure, and height/weight checks
  • Screening for testicular cancer, including monthly self exams
  • Cholesterol testing every 5 years
  • Depending on your individual circumstances, your doctor may want to do an electrocardiogram to check for heart disease, and blood tests to screen for diabetes, thyroid disease, liver problems, and anemia
  • Depending on risk factors, your doctor may also recommend screening for skin cancer, oral cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV infection, and alcohol abuse
  • Vision examination
  • Screening for coronary heart disease in individuals with strong family history and/or risk factors

In Your 40s

  • Annual physical exam by your primary care physician, including blood pressure, and height/weight checks
  • Screening for testicular cancer, including monthly self exams
  • Cholesterol testing every 5 years
  • Depending on your individual circumstances, your doctor may want to do an electrocardiogram to check for heart disease, and blood tests to screen for thyroid disease, liver problems, and anemia
  • Screening for prostate cancer
  • Diabetes screening every 3 years over the age of 45
  • Depending on risk factors, your doctor may also recommend screening for skin cancer, oral cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, and alcohol abuse
  • Vision examination
  • Screening for coronary heart disease in individuals with strong family history and/or risk factor


    In Your 50s

  • Annual physical exam by your primary care physician, including blood pressure, and height/weight checks
  • Screening for testicular cancer, including monthly self exams
  • Cholesterol testing every 5 years
  • Annual screening for Type II diabetes
  • Depending on risk factors, your doctor may recommend screening for skin cancer, oral cancer, lung cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, and alcohol abuse
  • Screening for lipid disorders
  • Annual electrocardiogram
  • Vision and hearing examinations
  • Screening for prostate cancer
  • Screening for colon cancer with fecal occult blood testing, sigmoidoscopy, or colonoscopy at age 50
  • Screening for coronary heart disease in individuals with strong family history and/or risk factors
  • Screening for depression

In Your 60s

  • Annual physical exam by your primary care physician, including blood pressure, and height/weight checks
  • Screening for testicular cancer, including monthly self exams
  • Screening for prostate cancer
  • Screening for lipid disorders
  • Annual electrocardiogram
  • Discuss with your physician screening for coronary heart disease, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and carotid artery ultrasound screening
  • Vision and hearing examinations
  • Screening for osteoporosis
  • Depending on risk factors, your doctor may recommend screening for skin cancer, oral cancer, lung cancer sexually transmitted diseases, and alcohol abuse
  • Continue colorectal screening based upon previous studies and results
  • Screening for depression
  • Screening for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease

In Your 70s and Up

  • Annual physical exam by your primary care physician, including blood pressure, and height/weight checks
  • Screening for testicular cancer, including monthly self exams
  • Screening for prostate cancer
  • Screening for lipid disorders
  • Annual electrocardiogram
  • Discuss with your physician screening for coronary heart disease, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and carotid artery ultrasound screening
  • Vision and hearing examinations
  • Osteoporosis Screening
  • Continue colorectal screening based upon previous studies and results. General screening until age 75. Discuss with your physician screening if aged 76-85 years old. Screening is not recommended for those greater than 85 years of age.
  • Depending on risk factors, your doctor may recommend screening for skin cancer, oral cancer, lung cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, and alcohol abuse
  • Depression Screening
  • Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease Screening

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