A VIP Physical is a Comprehensive Medical Examination Including Multiple Blood Tests and Ultrasound Scans of the Most Vital Parts of the Body, Designed to Discover Disease or Early Dysfunction.

The comprehensive VIP physical examination consists of a set of specific tests.


Medical History: This consists of chief complaints, a history of present illness, past medical history, review of systems, social, occupational and family history.

Physical Examination: This includes inspection of the body using palpation, visual assessment, percussion, auscultation, and other adjunctive techniques.

The physician will be spending at least an hour on the above two segments. 


Laboratory Tests:

Complete Blood Count (CBC) : A common test done to find out if a person is anemic, has an infection, has a bleeding disorder or another hematological disorder.

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (Albumin, Bilirubin, Calcium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Creatinine, Glucose, Alkaline Phosphatase, Potassium, Total Protein, Sodium, ALT, AST, BUN):

This test is used to check for a broad range of conditions. The results are compared to normal values. If any tests are out of range then another test may be ordered to determine the cause of the abnormality.

Thyroid Panel (Free T4, TSH): The primary tests of thyroid function.

Lipid Panel (Cholesterol, HDL, Triglycerides): Tests used to evaluate the risk of coronary occlusion, arteriosclerosis and myocardial infarction.

Liver Panel: To check for hepatitis and other diseases of the liver.

Urine Analysis: A group of tests on urine which can identify kidney disease that may have gone unnoticed. Examples are diabetes, glomerulonephritis, urinary tract infections and cancer.

Stool Test for Blood (fecal occult blood): A test used to check for blood in the stool (feces). Blood in the feces can be indicative of colorectal cancer or bleeding along the digestive tract from other causes.

Electrocardiogram (ECG): An ECG is a record of the electrical impulses that trigger the heartbeat. It is used to diagnose disorders of the heart.


For Men

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA): This test measures prostate specific antigen in the blood. PSA may be elevated when cancer is present in the prostate and this test is recommended for men annually after the age of 50.

Optional Tests for an Extra Charge

For Women

HPV Testing: This may be important for females who still have their cervix because the virus involved can cause cancer.

Vaginal Ultrasound: This is to diagnose female pelvic cancers including ovarian cancer.


For Males and Females

Ultrasound of the Carotid Arteries:
This will make sure that these are not blocked. This is important in stroke prevention.
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