Our physicians perform complete physicals for patients at all stages of life. Preventative care is a vital portion of your health care because it allows you and your doctor to understand your current health. Physicals and yearly well-exams also provide our doctors with the opportunity to identify and diagnose serious conditions earlier rather then later. Early diagnosis lowers your risk of harmful diseases and illnesses, which can shorten your life. Physicals provide our doctors with medical data, which better equips them to provide you with proper treatment and medical care. Putting off or ignoring yearly physicals and well-exams is not a healthy practice. At Family Medicine Associates of Texas, we strongly recommend a complete physical every 1 – 2 years from ages 20 – 39 and every year after age 40.
Our physical includes a detailed questionnaire that reviews your entire medical history along with a complete head-to-toe examination. Approximately 60 different lab tests are run on 2 tubes of blood to screen for diseases. We review results with you and provide specific suggestions and action steps to take.
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"Dr. Moran is a wonderful family doctor. He is very professional and has the best bedside manner. He is personable and actually takes time to listen to me and understand my questions and concerns. He is a real person, not a robot in a white coat. His office and staff are very prompt, courteous, and even follow up with me after my visit."- J.B. / Google / Jun 05, 2017
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It is far easier to prevent an illness than to treat it. A physical begins with a comprehensive baseline examination to identify any potential health issues. We want to prevent early, minor problems from becoming serious major problems. These guidelines indicate the tests and procedures that should be performed on a regular basis for healthy people without disease or physical symptoms. If you have illnesses, symptoms or a family history of disease (e.g. colon cancer, high cholesterol, breast cancer etc.) these tests may need to be done more frequently than indicated.
A yearly physical is a comprehensive exam that evaluates a patients health. Typically, during this time, patients will receive immunizations and/or vaccines, if necessary.
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Comprehensive blood tests and urine tests can indicate specific ailments, diseases, or pregnancy.
A rectal exam is the evaluation of an individuals lower organs and structures in the pelvis region.
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An EKG test evaluates the health of your heart. A stress test is usually completed during this time as well. Patients should also have their blood pressure checked every 2 years.
A hemoccult test checks for blood in your stool sample.
A colon exam checks the integrity and health of your large intestine.
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The following immunizations and vaccinations are typically provided in your yearly wellness exams.
- Tetanus booster shot
- Flu vaccine
- HPV vaccine
- Pneumonia vaccine
- Meningitis vaccine
- Shingles vaccine
- Hepatitis A immunization
- Hepatitis B immunization
- Chicken Pox vaccine
Plan Your Procedure
If you are behind on these tests and procedures, please make an appointment to see one of our providers. Your first step in optimal health is bringing your health care up-to-date.