Aside from following the picture-perfect diet and exercising daily, annual checkups with your primary care physician are the best way to stay in tip-top shape. As expert family practitioners, John Moran, MD, and Tim Urell, DO, of More MD can monitor your health and help you manage chronic conditions. Book your annual checkup at either the Surprise, Prescott, Prescott Valley, or Lake Havasu, Arizona, clinic location today. Request your visit online or over the phone.
Annual checkups are preventive visits with your dedicated primary care physician (PCP). While you might need a routine exam to get help managing a chronic condition or to aim to prevent inherited ailments, it’s just as important to schedule annual evaluations if you’re generally healthy.
Annual checkups allow your physician to evaluate your overall health and look for early indicators of chronic diseases, such as a gradual increase of high blood pressure. But you might also need a visit with your PCP:
Your routine visits are your one-on-one time with your dedicated PCP, so you can discuss all of your medical concerns.
While your routine checkup at More MD is tailored to your health and specific needs, in general, you can expect:
If you’re female, you might need a well-woman exam that can include a breast exam, pelvic exam, and Pap smear. If you’re male, your annual checkup could include a prostate or hernia exam.
The team at More MD work together to ensure your annual checkup is comprehensive and includes all of the different tests you may need. If your checkup is mandatory, like for work or school, bring your necessary paperwork with you. It’s also helpful to:
Dr. Moran and Dr. Urell enjoy getting to know patients individually. Because they’re probably going to want to know about your family health history, it’s also helpful to find out as much as you can, or if anyone in your immediate family has experienced any changes in their health.
To book your next physical exam at More MD, click on the online scheduler. You can also call your nearest office directly to book.