Full Checkup (Primary Care)

Body Area: Legs / Feet
Body Parts: Thigh
Symptoms: Warm to the Touch
A full checkup with a Primary Care Physician involves taking your vitals (blood pressure, height, weight, reflexes, pulse and heart rate, etc.). The doctor will check your glands, look in your eyes, ears, nose, and mouth, and palpitate parts of your body that you may have pain in to examine them. Some offices will include blood work, urine analysis, and/or a pelvic or rectal exam. Not all checkups are the same. The doctor will talk to you to determine your needs.