Men's Executive Health Check-Up
Why assume that you are healthy, when you can have peace of mind and know that you are.
The Executive Check-up for Men looks after business people by managing their long-term health and well being with emphasis on:
- Heart/stroke risk assessments
- Cancer prevention
- Prostate and men's health
- Dementia risk
- Stress management
- Heart checks
We provide in-depth and annual health checks and health risk assessments for:
- CEOs, MDs
- Self employed business owners
- Corporations and their managers
- People who value their health maintenance
The purpose of your health assessment
Our comprehensive health assessments aim to identify illness or ‘high risk’ in the early stages. We aim to:
- Identify your high risk factors and identify signs of early disease (if present) before you get symptoms
- Use our medical expertise to deal with any urgent health issues or concerns
- Educate you about your risk factors for major, preventable diseases and
- Help you implement a program to avoid developing a preventable disease or becoming a high-risk individual
Before your visit
You will be asked to have some test, which may include:
- Full blood count including inflammatory proteins
- Biochemistry including kidney, liver and calcium
- Sugar level
- Cholesterol and other lipids
- Urine sample, as well as
- Prostate blood test for men
- Other pathology on a needs basis ( may be added after the assessment if indicated by your checkup)
Your appointment will take around 90 minutes. Discussions to include:
- Current state of health,
- Past history,
- Family history,
- Nutritional intake,
- Activity level,
- Medications (including any supplements you take), and
- Any specific health concerns you have.
The physical examination
doctors will examine your neck, heart, chest,
abdomen, lymphatic system, groin and prostate,
lower limbs including arteries, and joints (if indicated) and skin.
You will also have your height, weight, waist circumference, body fat
(if indicated) and blood pressure measured.
OPTIONAL EXTRA: The cardiac exercise or stress test
After a resting ECG, you will be asked to undertake an exercise stress test so we can assess:
- Evidence of narrowed coronary arteries your level of fitness,
- Blood pressure response to exercise and also
- Evidence of heart rhythm disturbance during peak exercise.
Reviewing the results
After the initial consultation, physical examination and stress test, our doctors will:
- Review the results of your blood tests and explain what they mean
- Educate you about how your results compare to the established targets based on internationally agreed expert opinion and
- Formulate an agreed upon management plan, if necessary, to further improve and optimise your health.
Ongoing care (on an ‘as needs’ basis)
there are any health concerns identified during the consultation, we
will take pro-active measures to address them. Where appropriate we
will refer you to appropriate specialists and oversee the management of
any major health issues identified.