In a fast-paced world where priorities often shift, your health should always remain a top concern. We're here to answer some common questions that clients often ask and highlight the significance of proactive testing. Waiting for symptoms to arise before seeking medical attention is a thing of the past. A proactive approach to understanding your health can be life-changing, offering deeper insights into your well-being and empowering you to take control of your health journey.
Understanding your body's inner workings is like deciphering a complex puzzle. Just as you'd piece together fragments to see the bigger picture, proactive testing allows you to gather data about your health before symptoms appear. For example, have you ever wondered, "What side is the gallbladder on?" Knowing that the gallbladder is situated on the right side of the body, beneath the liver, is just a piece of the puzzle. Proactive testing can offer a comprehensive solution that exemplifies this concept.
Proactive testing is the bridge between prediction and prevention, giving you the upper hand in managing your well-being. Instead of simply waiting for your body to send distress signals, you can take action to counteract potential issues, enhance your quality of life, and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with early detection. Embracing proactive testing empowers you to lead a healthier, more fulfilling life. By understanding the importance of early detection and taking charge of your well-being, you're not just safeguarding your future—you're actively shaping it.
Common questions like "What is an angiogram?" often arise when individuals seek to understand medical procedures. An angiogram, in simple terms, captures images of blood vessels using X-rays. Now, imagine having the ability to uncover potential health risks before they even manifest as symptoms.
The Next Health Executive Physical bridges prediction and prevention, giving you the upper hand in managing your well-being. One question clients ask is, "The heart is what to the lungs?" Understanding that the heart acts as a vital pump, circulating oxygen-rich blood throughout the body, adds to this knowledge base. And for those who wonder, "What side of your body is your heart on?" it's typically located on the left side of your chest. Moreover, the "lower chambers of the heart" refer to the ventricles. Additionally, there are "four chambers of the heart," namely the two atria and two ventricles.
The Executive Physical's comprehensive approach encompasses bloodwork panels, cancer detection screenings, and more to offer a holistic understanding of your body's needs.
With the Executive Physical, you're guided by experts specialized in maximizing health potential, steering you towards a longer, healthier life.
Your Journey: Unveiling the Benefits
Bloodwork panel of over 500 biomarkers and indicators of longevity to create a holistic picture of your overall health:
Discover your true biological age, which is one of the most accurate predictors of chronic disease and life-threatening disease. By testing your epigenetic age, you can measure and effectively address your risk factors for all diseases.
Early cancer detection test that can detect more than 50 types of cancers, many of which are not traditionally screened by standard methods.
Why is a proactive approach so valuable?
The Galleri Cancer Test is a proactive and data-driven approach to health.
Detect early signs of cancer, common disease, and other anatomic abnormalities - sometimes decades before they would be addressed by traditional medicine.
The Full-Body MRI is a great proactive approach for anyone over the age of 40 as it can detect abnormalities years before they cause symptoms or compromise your quality of life. This is not only invaluable when it comes to significantly improving the success rate of treatment of conditions caught early, but also in detecting areas of your health that can be improved for enhanced longevity and overall wellness.
Plus, for those who wonder, “What are the most common neurological disorders? And how do I know if I have one?” The Full-Body MRI is able to detect traumatic brain injury, tumors, stroke, dementia, developmental anomalies, multiple sclerosis, and other causes of headache.
Preventative risk assessment for the possibility of a heart attack. Once your risk level is known, we can help you address & optimize your heart health.
This next-level exam is beneficial to anyone over the age of 40 interested in a proactive approach to health as heart disease remains the leading cause of death. Those who also have a family history of heart disease or other risk factors such as high blood pressure, high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, diabetes, smoking and secondhand smoke exposure, obesity, unhealthy diet, and physical inactivity, should seriously consider getting a CT Calcium Score.
Physical Exam and InBody Scan, with a medical professional, followed by a comprehensive review of your results and health optimization plan.
With the Next Health Executive Physical, you're not merely deciphering early symptoms; you're deciphering the early signs of aging or biological shifts, granting you a prime chance to live your healthiest, longest life.
In a world filled with questions, there are answers that lead to a healthier life. Understanding your health, from medical procedures like angiograms to the role of your heart and gallbladder, forms the foundation of proactive testing. The power to make informed decisions and take control of your health journey rests in your hands. At Next Health, we're here to provide answers and solutions that empower you to lead a proactive and healthy life. Don't wait for symptoms—embrace the future of health today.
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