Comprehensive Physical Examination

A physical examination is the process by which a medical professional investigates the body of a patient for signs of disease. It generally follows the taking of the medical history — an account of the symptoms as experienced by the patient. Together with the medical history, the physical examination aids in determining the correct diagnosis and devising the treatment plan. This data then becomes part of the medical record.

Comprehensive physical exams, also known as executive physicals, typically include laboratory tests, chest x-rays, pulmonary function testing, audiograms, full body CAT scanning, EKGs, heart stress tests, vascular age tests, urinalysis, and mammograms or prostate exams depending on gender.


Kinesiology Tape for Finger Jams

Learn about finger jams taping. "Jammed Finger" is a term that refers to the many injuries of the ligaments and soft tissue around the small joints of the fingers.

Kinesiology Tape for Gluteal Pain

Learn about gluteal pain taping. The gluteal muscles are the three main muscles that make up the buttocks. These muscles rotate the hip to the outside, extend the trunk of the body, and perform movements such as the squat and lunge.

Upper Limb Neurological Examination

An upper limb neurological examination is part of the neurological examination, and is used to assess the motor and sensory neurons which supply the upper limbs.

A Portable Pelvic Exam Device

Portable pelvic exam device, which is lightweight, easily transportable and can be used on existing hospital beds or tables to support an OB/GYN patient safely in the correct position for examination or procedure.

How to Tape for Low Back Pain X Technique

Learn about taping for lower back support using X technique. A fast and effective approach in offering support for lower back area. Assists in reducing swelling, inflammation, while providing support and pain relief.