Health Screenings at Instant Urgent Care
We Offers Health screenings to patients that our physicians think might benefit from. Instant Urgent care is one of the few urgent cares that offer Primary care services at affordable prices. A physician will suggest a health screening if the following symptoms are shown:
> Fever & irregular heartbeat
> Signs of flu-like symptoms
> Patient reaches a certain age
> Patient expresses discomfort in certain areas
> A patient is recurring in illness
Health screenings are important because it is better to catch a virus or disease in the beginning stages when they are still treatable than at the end of the disease when they are not treatable at all. Some health screening we currently offer are:
Around the age of Mid 40’s, men and women should be checking in on their health to make sure no cancer is hiding. We offer cancer screenings such as:
> Pap test
> Human papillomavirus virus
Diagnostic For Children
Children who are experiencing pain or discomfort & do not understand why will be advised by our physicians to go through a diagnostic check. We can search for the following:
> Weight/height issues
> Blood pressure
> Cholesterol levels
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Frequently Asked Questions
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It’s important to consult with your healthcare provider, as the recommended health screenings can vary depending on your age, gender, and risk factors. Common screenings include blood pressure, cholesterol, mammograms, pap smears, prostate exams, and colorectal cancer screenings.
No, a health screening is not the same as a physical examination. A health screening typically focuses on specific tests or assessments to detect potential health issues, while a physical examination is a comprehensive checkup by a healthcare provider to assess your overall health.
Grade A and B screening typically refer to the level of recommendation by a medical authority. Grade A indicates a strong recommendation for a screening, while Grade B suggests a moderate recommendation. These grades are often used to guide healthcare decisions.
Yes, many health screenings can help detect cancer in its early stages. Early detection through screening can significantly improve cancer treatment outcomes.
Wellness screenings can vary, but they often include measurements like blood pressure, cholesterol levels, blood sugar, and BMI. They may also assess lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise, and stress levels. The specific components of wellness screening can differ depending on the provider and your health goals.