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Preventative Health/Wellness Exams
- Well Child Checks: More »
- Well Women Exams: More »
- Male Physicals: More »
- Child and Adult Immunizations: More »
- Sports and Scouting Physicals: More »
Children should have regular exams at 2, 4, 6, 9, 15, 18 and 24 months, then yearly until age 6 and every 2 years from 7-19. These exams allow clinicians to ensure age-appropriate growth and development, provide necessary childhood immunizations, discuss anticipatory guidance for parents and work with you to create lifestyles that promote health and well-being of children from birth to adolescents.
Women should have yearly physicals starting at 21 years of age or 3 years after becoming sexually active. At this exam, age appropriate screening tests, such as pap smears and mammograms, are arranged or performed and preventative health issues addressed. Yearly visits should not stop with menopause, as many important issues still need to be discussed, including hormone replacement, heart disease and osteoporosis.
Men should receive physical exams every 5 years in their 20's, every 3-4 years through their 30's, every other year in your 40's and every 1-2 years thereafter. During these exams, age appropriate screening tests, such as a PSA, will be arranged or performed and preventative health issues addressed.
Immunizations are an important component in maintaining health and well-being. For current child and adult immunization schedules, click here.
Sports and scouting physicals center around family history, so make sure a parent is able to attend with the student/child. To increase efficiency, please complete the patient portion of the form prior to arrival.
Acute Care/Same Day Appointments
We can usually see acute medical problems within 24 hours although it might not be with your regular provider. Our healthcare team will make sure you are well taken care of and your needs addressed.
Ongoing Management of Chronic Illnesses
This includes continued monitoring, evaluation and treatment of long-term health problems such as asthma, COPD, diabetes and heart failure.
Minor Office Procedures
Casting, splinting, suturing, wart and mole removal and steroid injections.
Dr. Huiras and Dr. Warner can perform this simple in-office procedure. It takes approximately 30 minutes and requires the use of a local anesthetic.