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What is preventive care?

Preventive care consists of services like regular physical exams, screenings, and patient counseling that are designed to detect problems or illnesses at an early stage. Preventive care is one of the best ways that you can take control of your health and stay well for a lifetime.

What is included in an annual preventative care visit?

  • Annual physical examination 

  • Blood pressure, cholesterol, and colorectal cancer screenings (Depending on age and risk factors)

  • Depression screening

  • Immunizations

  • Laboratory screenings

  • STD and hepatitis screenings

  • Dietary counseling 

In addition to having an annual physical examination, women also benefit from an annual well-woman exam.  This exam focuses on your reproductive organs and sexual health issues, such as sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing, help with becoming pregnant, or symptoms related to menstruation, perimenopause, or menopause. 

What is included in my well-woman exam?

  • Pelvic exam

  • Breast exam

  • Urine test

  • Pap smear

  • STD testing

Depending on your age and symptoms, you may also be referred for a mammogram, bone density scan, or other diagnostic tests.

​In addition to annual physicals, screenings, and treatments for any acute or chronic illnesses, we offer care specifically for men that suffer the following symptoms: 

  • Low libido

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Anxiety/ Depression

  • Insomnia

  • Trouble urinating

  • Weight gain

  • Muscle loss

  • Hair loss


If you are scheduled for surgery, you must first undergo a preoperative (preop) examination that helps your doctors identify any possible problems beforehand. If possible, you should get a preop exam at least several weeks before your surgery. This gives your doctors a chance to integrate the results into their surgical plans and possibly treat any conditions that raise your risk for complications. 

The goal of a preop exam is to identify health factors that may increase your risk for potentially life-threatening complications, such as:

  • Infections

  • Respiratory problems

  • Cardiac problems


During your preoperative exam, your doctor evaluates your heart and lungs, and other variables.  They may also order a chest X-ray or do an electrocardiogram (EKG) which checks for heart rhythm for any irregularities.

You will also discuss your medical and family medical history and review any medications you’re currently taking. Your doctor may change your prescriptions or recommend you refrain from certain medications and herbs before surgery. You must also quit smoking 6-8 weeks before surgery.

The results of your preop exam also help your doctors and anesthesiologist plan your surgery and anticipate your anesthesia needs.


Chronic diseases are progressive conditions that continue to get worse without diligent care.


We treat a wide range of long-term health problems, including:

  • ADHD

  • Allergies

  • Anxiety/ Depression

  • Asthma

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

  • Diabetes

  • High blood pressure

  • High cholesterol

  • Obesity

  • Thyroid Disease


Diagnostic Testing and Procedures:


Allergy Testing

EKG (Electrocardiogram)


Nebulizer treatments


Suture/staple removal

In-Office Lab Testing:

Urine testing

Pregnancy testing

Rapid Mono testing

Rapid influenza testing

Rapid strep testing

In-Office Venipuncture:

(labs are sent to your insurance preferred lab, usually Quest Diagnostics or LabCorp.

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