Annual exams help find health problems before they turn into medical issues. Women have unique health concerns that require special exams and testing. At Comprehensive Care Clinic in Spring, Texas, Tyneza Mitchell, FNP, specializes in women’s health. She provides annual physical exams and manages general health and wellness. Call the office or schedule an appointment online today to learn more about women’s health.
Women’s health is an area of medicine that diagnoses, treats, and prevents illnesses and diseases that affect women.
Women have unique health experiences like menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. These challenges may affect physical and emotional well-being. They also face specific health issues related to their reproductive organs, such as breast cancer and uterine fibroids.
Women are at a higher risk of developing chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes as well.
At the Comprehensive Care Clinic, Mrs. Mitchell provides women’s health services, managing general health and wellness as well as acute and chronic illnesses.
Women’s health services at Comprehensive Care Clinic include annual physical exams and health screenings.
Annual physical exams aim to maintain wellness and monitor ongoing conditions. During this routine exam, Mrs. Mitchell may perform a breast or pelvic exam. She might also recommend tests or screenings such as:
Based on your age and health history, Mrs. Mitchell may recommend other tests and screenings after your physical exam, such as a mammogram for breast cancer, bone density test for osteoporosis, and blood sugar test for diabetes.
You can expect a patient-centered exam during your women’s health visit at Comprehensive Care Clinic. Mrs. Mitchell spends time talking to you so she can fully understand your current health concerns and future health risks.
She asks about your personal and family medical history, daily routine, usual diet and exercise habits, and the medications and supplements you take. Mrs. Mitchell then performs your physical exam and recommends diagnostic testing. After your exam, she discusses her findings and the steps you can take to improve your current and future health.
Prior to your appointment, it’s a good idea to write down your daily medications and supplements as well as a list of any questions you have for Mrs. Mitchell.
For patient-centered women’s health care from a practice that puts your health first, call Comprehensive Care Clinic or schedule an appointment online today.