Next Week is Men’s Health Week

Being men we don’t like to talk about it.

Make it a priority to book for a men’s health check if you haven’t had one in the last 2 years.

Health checks can check for risk factors for:

  • heart disease
  • stroke
  • dementia
  • diabetes
  • sexual dysfunction
  • cancers -skin , bowel and prostate

A health check is also a good opportunity to tell someone about any stresses or worries you have at present. These might be due to work, social isolation, the fear or the reality of loosing employment or relationships. if these are affecting you – Book an appointment as soon as possible on line using our ON LINE TELEPHONE OR BOOKING PAGE. We have more information to help in the meantime here : Get help with your mental health and wellbeing

A telephone consultation to one of the Reydon Street family doctors to arrange some blood tests would be a great way to start. During this appointment your family doctor can now send a blood test form direct to the local pathology clinics.

A follow up face to face appointment to review the blood test results, take a few measurements, including your blood pressure would be arranged.

A third appointment for a skin cancer / melanoma check by Dr Brittany Wakefield or Dr Paul Colbrook could then complete the process.

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