If you postpone visits during COVID-19, please schedule these visits
In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may choose to avoid the doctor’s office altogether. You won’t be alone
Of American adults avoid routine care during public health emergencies. However, maintaining a schedule of regular health visits is very important for maintaining overall health and identifying any problems that may become more serious if not treated in time.
Now that the vaccine is widely available and COVID-19 poses the least risk to those who are vaccinated, it is important to put the following health visits back on your calendar.
Primary care provider (PCP)
There is already a trusted PCP! Your PCP is your primary healthcare provider, and during routine visits, you can expect them to do things such as measuring your height, weight and blood pressure, and checking your health to see if there is any need to see a specialist The change. Your PCP will ensure that you are aware of the latest vaccines and will provide you with appropriate advice on diet or any other changes that need to be considered. You should see your PCP once a year, so if you have not been there since the pandemic began, now is the time.If you don’t have a PCP, you can use Independence’s
Find provider tools
Find practitioners in the network near you.
As a general rule, you should
Check your eyes every yearAnd since you may already have months of extra screen time, you may need to see an optometrist. The optometrist will check your vision for any potential problems, and if you wear corrective lenses, they will update your prescription if needed. If you experience any problems with your eyes, be sure to arrange this work before your eyesight further declines.
Few people look forward to seeing a dentist, but if you have not seen a dentist since the beginning of COVID-19, you may have expired several times: most dentists recommend that you make appointments for cleaning and examinations every six months.Going to the dentist will naturally include an examination
Look for cavities and decay, But a thorough inspection can also identify other potential health problems.
The largest organ of the body is the skin, which needs to be checked once a year.A good
Signs of skin cancer
And identify any areas that need a biopsy or further examination. If you are dealing with acne or any other skin problems, an annual dermatologist visit can help you solve these health problems.
See a gynecologist
Per year. Gynecologist visits may involve disease screening, cancer screening, and general reproductive health examinations. Regular medical visits help ensure that any reproductive health problems are detected and managed before they become bigger problems.
To ensure that you do not miss an appointment in the future, please schedule your next visit before leaving the office to simplify your life. The more you master these types of visits, the sooner your healthcare provider can resolve any issues that require attention and help you stay as healthy as possible.