1. General health check
A general health check includes a review of your medical history and any medications you're taking, as well as a physical examination.
2. Blood pressure check
A blood pressure check measures your blood pressure and can help indicate if you're at risk for heart disease.
3. Height and weight measurement
A height and weight measurement can help track your progress if you're trying to lose or gain weight.
4. Check for any signs of cancer
During a physical exam, your doctor will look for any signs of cancer, including skin cancer, prostate cancer, and colon cancer.
5. Screening for heart disease
Your doctor may screen for heart disease by checking your cholesterol levels and performing a heart ultrasound.
6. Testosterone levels check (for men over 40)
A testosterone levels check can help determine if you're at risk for health problems related to low testosterone levels.
7. Cholesterol levels check
A cholesterol levels check can help determine if you're at risk for heart disease.
8. Diabetes risk assessment
A diabetes risk assessment can help determine if you're at risk for developing diabetes.
9. Urinalysis to test for infection or other problems
Urinalysis can help identify infections or other health problems.
10. Rectal examination (for men over 50)
A rectal examination is an important part of screening for prostate cancer and other health problems in men over 50 years old.