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Men's Full Physical - Aged 18-29

Using advanced preventative medicine and our optimal wellness approach, our health check is designed to

  • Assess your current health and wellness 
  • Evaluate lifestyle risk factors for future disease 
  • Look at hormone balances and optimise accordingly 
  • Assess advanced biochemical markers for risk of future disease 
  • Suggest ways to reduce modifiable risk factors to optimise wellness and longevity 

Results will be explained in detail and advice given where needed on lifestyle, nutrition, supplements and medication to enhance your overall health and wellbeing. Additional tests can be added if indicated

 


 

Consultation 1:

Includes the following:

Discussion of current physical and psychological health

  • Medical history

  • Family history

  • Lifestyle discussion

  • Full body check

  • Full body mole check

  • Physical parameters as BP, height, weight

  • BMI and body fat percentage


 

Consultation 2:

Includes the following:

  • Discussion of results
  • Treatment of any deficiencies or medical conditions
  • Referral for further testing if indicated
  • Advice on follow up, for example, lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise
  • Future recalls for abnormalities
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Laboratory Testing

Complete Blood Count

ESR

Kidney / Renal Function 

Liver Function

Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes Tests: 

  • Glucose 
  • Insulin

Purpose of Test

•  This screens for infection, anaemia, iron and vitamin B deficiency and bone mar row disorder.

•   Detects inflammation in the body.

•   Checks kidney function and levels of certain salts in the blood.

•  Measures several chemicals produced by the liver in the blood. These tests are highly sensitive to liver damage.

•  These exclude diabetes and show risk of developing diabetes in the future. It detects insulin resistance where the muscle, fat, liver cells do not respond properly to insulin and thus cannot easily absorb glucose from the blood stream. Over time this leads to a rise of blood glucose and weight gain if left unchecked.