Being in good health — and staying that way — means you need to continue checking in with your primary care physician. Joseph Munoz, MD, and his caring team at Munoz Urgent Care can help you reach your wellness goals. Learn how these Anaheim, California, family practitioners can help you by scheduling an evaluation today. Book online or over the phone.
Wellness visits are tailored entirely to you and designed to help you reach and maintain an optimal state of well-being. Your appointments can include comprehensive preventive care evaluations, as well as monitoring and managing chronic diseases. It might be time to start scheduling routine wellness visits to:
In some cases, your employer or insurance company might require wellness visits in order to maintain your health insurance plan.
How often you need wellness visits depends on your overall health, whether or not you have — or are at risk of developing — chronic disease, and your specific health goals. As long as you’re generally healthy, Dr. Munoz recommends booking routine wellness visits every year. But if you have certain risk factors, such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol, the team at Munoz Urgent Care might want to see you more regularly.
If your wellness visit is mandatory, possibly due to insurance requirements, you might have paperwork that needs to be filled out by your physician. Bring that with you. You can also prepare for a wellness visit by:
If you need blood work, you might need to fast before your wellness visit. But the team at Munoz Urgent Care lets you know if fasting is required ahead of time.
Some men and women find it helpful to write down a list of concerns or ailments that are bothering them since it can be easy to forget when you’re in the middle of an exam. Remember that issues that seem minor, like feeling thirsty all the time, could be early indicators of disease, so you need to discuss them with Dr. Munoz.
See how the team at Munoz Urgent Care can help you improve your wellness by scheduling an exam. You can request an appointment online, or call the office directly.