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A health check offers an excellent opportunity to detect and treat health issues in their early stages
Health checks often focus on preventative health. They are performed to detect problems in their early stages, as well as risk factors for certain conditions that might run in your family. Health checks can also detect more advanced health problems that haven't yet been discovered, helping you get diagnosed and find the right treatment fast.
The type of specialist who performs your health check will depend on the type of assessment you have. At Circle Health Group, we offer a range of different health assessments to help people in different circumstances. All our health assessments help you to monitor your health and, should any problems be identified in your results, you'll get fast access to expert treatment and advice from the right specialist for you.
This is normally because you have concerns about your health due to symptoms, or you have a history of health issues in your family that you want to check risk factors for. Not only can a health assessment diagnose your problem, it can also detect any risk factors present, and provide you with practical advice to minimise them through lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise.
At Circle Health Group, our multidisciplinary teams include nurses, doctors, radiographers, consultants and more. Together, we can perform your health assessment, analyse your results, and then find the best way to treat, manage, or even eliminate any health problems identifued.
If you have a history of diabetes in your family, there are certain risk factors and symptoms that can be detected and monitored with health checks to ensure you minimise your risk of developing the condition. Some of the risk factors for diabetes include:
Your weight: being overweight can increase your likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes. Your body mass index (BMI) can be recorded and monitored during health checks to ensure you are at a healthy weight for your height.
Polycystic ovary syndrome: if you have PCOS, you are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. But, it is possible to have PCOS and not develop type 2 diabetes.
High blood pressure: high blood pressure can increase your likelihood of developing diabetes.
Abnormal cholesterol levels: diabetes can interfere with your cholesterol levels, causing lower levels of HDL (good) cholesterol and higher levels of LDL/non-HDL (bad) cholesterol.
If you have a history of heart disease in your family, there are certain risk factors and symptoms that can be detected and monitored with health checks to ensure you do not increase your risk of developing the condition. Your assessment might include the monitoring of your cardiovascular risk score, which tells you whether you are at low, moderate or high risk of developing problems with your heart in the next 10 years. Some of the risk factors for cardiovascular disease include:
High blood pressure: having high blood pressure can increase your likelihood of heart disease.
High cholesterol: this is when you have too much of a fatty substance called cholesterol in your blood. It can increase the likelihood of you developing heart disease.
Being overweight: excess weight can lead to fatty material building up in your arteries (the blood vessels that carry blood to your organs). If the arteries that carry blood to your heart get clogged, you are at greater risk of having a heart attack.
Our health checks also include a full set of blood tests, dietary and lifestyle appraisals, cancer screenings, thyroid functions tests, and much more. These can help prevent and treat a range of health issues.
Our essential assessment offers a heart health risk assessment and lifestyle advice from a specially trained nurse.
It’ is an ideal choice if you’re generally healthy and would like advice from a healthcare professional about your diet, fitness, and lifestyle to minimise your health risks for the future.
You will spend up to one hour with a nurse. Following your health assessment, you will receive a personalised medical report and lifestyle recommendations
Our select assessment is designed to assess your general health while focusing on areas of particular concern.
The consultation will be tailored to your health concerns on the day. We will focus on issues specific to your sex, for example early signs of female-or male-specific cancers, as well as testing for issues that affect all people.
Following your health assessment, you will then receive a personalised medical report and lifestyle recommendations.
Our most popular assessment is the advanced. It covers health risks for both men and women. The assessment will cover your heart, lungs, various cancers, a full set of blood tests, dietary and lifestyle appraisals, and much more. You will spend up to an hour with a doctor for a detailed examination and consultation.
Following your health assessment, you will receive a personalised medical report and lifestyle recommendations.
The advanced plus is our most comprehensive health assessment.
You will benefit from all the tests and examinations detailed in the advanced assessment, to give you complete peace of mind, plus an in-depth examination of your cardiovascular system.
This assessment includes an exercise ECG to test your heart’s ability to cope with exercise.
You will spend up to an hour with a doctor. Following your health assessment, you will receive a personalised medical report and lifestyle recommendations.