If you require a school, camp, sports, Department of Transportation (DOT), or annual physical, turn to Complete Rural Medicine in Friend and Lincoln Nebraska. Board-certified nurse practitioners Ana Taylor, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, Chantel Collier, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, and their professional staff offer various physicals to meet your needs. Call the office to learn more or schedule an appointment online today.
Physicals at Complete Rural Medicine are medical examinations in which your family medicine specialist evaluates your health and well-being. You might need a physical annually to ensure you’re in good health or as a requirement for school, camp, sports, or work (DOT physicals). The experts at Complete Rural Medicine offer all types of physicals.
Before you arrive at Complete Rural Medicine for physicals, make sure to bring the following with you:
Be ready to discuss your personal and family medical history too.
During physicals at Complete Rural Medicine, friendly staff members greet you and provide the following:
During a medical history review, your Complete Rural Medicine provider asks about possible symptoms and your medication regimen, lifestyle habits, medical history, and family history of diseases.
Your Complete Rural Medicine specialist checks your temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs.
During a medical exam, your specialist evaluates your reflexes, abdomen, heartbeat, breathing, eyes, ears, throat, and more. They offer pelvic exams and Pap tests for women and prostate exams for men, as well as vision and hearing screenings.
When needed, your Complete Rural Medicine provider orders tissue swabs, urine testing, blood tests, heart-function testing, allergy or asthma tests, X-rays, or other imaging procedures.
If you need treatment for an illness, injury, or disease, your Complete Rural Medicine provider can help. They tailor a treatment that improves your physical, mental, and overall health. They also offer immunizations you might need as a condition of passing required physicals.
You likely need a physical once yearly. Unless you require one more than once a year for your job, school, or sports, annual physicals are often sufficient. You might only need DOT physicals every two years.
You can also schedule an appointment at Complete Rural Medicine any time you have concerns about your well-being, become ill or injured or develop unusual symptoms.
To schedule physicals at Complete Rural Medicine, call the office or book an appointment online today.