Minimize your risk of diseases with ADONIS personalized check-up programs

We have check-up programs for men and women

Check-up (health screening) can assist to identify problems with health in their beginning time or even before they begin. Early diagnosis may grow the chances for better treatment and healthier life.

A check-up is a 1-day screening method that shows your health status. Based on it you receive recommendations for further treatment if needed.


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    The ADONIS group of hospitals provide a large scale of diagnostic check-up packages.

    These packages are based on gender and age.

    Duration depends on the package, but usually, diagnostics is conducted within 1 day, sometimes 2.

    All diagnostics are taken in one clinic. But for your comfort services included in the check-up packages can be obtained at different locations thanks to integrated operations throughout the ADONIS Medical Group.

    What Are General Medical Checkups?

    People make appointments to see their doctor for many different reasons.

    Some people only go to the doctor when they are sick or are experiencing a new problem or concern, and are looking for a specific diagnosis or treatment.

    Some people see their doctor at more regular intervals for ongoing follow-up of a chronic problem or disease.

    For many people, however; the frequency of office visits for a regular health maintenance checkup is not clear.

    The requirements are different for

    • annual medical physicals,
    • prescription drug follow-ups,
    • prenatal childhood checkups, and
    • well-woman examinations.

    Some people expect to have a yearly checkup, and others feel that a checkup once every two to three years is sufficient.

    How Often Should You Get a Medical Checkup?

    In the past, most medical groups advocated an annual health exam. However, more recently, the American Medical Association and other similar groups have moved away from the yearly exam. They now suggest that medical checkups be referred to as Periodic Health Assessments or Examinations and that they be performed every five years (for adults over 18) until age 40 and every one to three years thereafter. The requirements are for more frequent evaluations for those taking prescriptions medications

    Most people younger than 40 years of age are generally free from diseases that could be diagnosed by physical examination alone. In this age group, health problems usually show specific signs or symptoms that would prompt you to seek medical attention. Also, a lot of the testing that was done routinely in the past has not been found to be cost-effective and, in some cases, causes unnecessary additional testing and anxiety.

    • Purpose of the periodic health examination
      • As primary prevention
      • To identify risk factors for common chronic diseases
      • To detect disease that has no apparent symptoms (secondary prevention)
      • As a way for the doctor to counsel people to promote healthy behavior
      • To update clinical data since the last checkup
      • To enhance the relationship between you and your doctor

    How Often Do You Need Regular Check-ups to Prevent Diseases and Conditions?

    A panel of doctors under the direction of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services studies the effectiveness of screening tests for early detection and prevention of disease. This group is called the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.

    The main goal of prevention and health promotion with the help of check-ups is to reduce the burden of suffering for the major preventable diseases. This task force has identified the 70 leading causes of death and disability in the United States and has ranked them by severity, prevalence, incidence, and potential for improvement. The task force has made recommendations on methods of avoiding these diseases through specific interventions.

    • There are three levels of preventive care: All three of these levels of preventive care are important components of disease prevention and health maintenance.
      • Primary prevention includes interventions that can completely prevent the disease in people at risk. One example is immunizations against certain vaccine-preventable diseases such as measles and tetanus.
      • Secondary prevention identifies established risk factors for disease. Checking blood pressure, cholesterol, and performing Pap tests for cervical cancer screening are examples in which identifying abnormal results can lead to effective interventions that may prevent the serious disease from developing.
      • Tertiary prevention is a process for optimizing health once a disease has been diagnosed. An example is a management plan to prevent a person from having another heart attack once they already have established heart disease.
    • Preventive interventions your doctor may use at your check-up are:
      • Screening tests are useful in the early detection of disease. Some examples include the physical exam, blood pressure reading, Pap test, and laboratory tests.
      • Immunizations include shots such as a tetanus booster, flu shots, and other vaccinations.
      • Medication prescription may be as simple as suggesting that a person with heart disease risk factors take aspirin daily.
      • Counseling for health promotion either before or during a health problem may decrease the burden of suffering or prevent the disease. Examples of counseling topics include smoking cessation, safe sex practices, and pre-pregnancy advice on folic acid supplements.

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