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Executive health program provides thorough assessment

Executive Health Program Provides Thorough Assessment

July 15, 2018

I’m a busy professional with very little time to spare. Is having an annual physical exam really necessary if I don’t feel sick?

"It sure is," says Harjaneet Bedi, M.D., a board-certified physician specializing in Executive Health at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. "Preventive care, including annual checkups, is your first line of defense against 'silent killers' like heart disease, diabetes and some types of cancers, which may not have noticeable symptoms in the early stages."

Dr. Bedi says that health programs especially designed for busy professionals offer a full-range of preventive health screenings in a time-efficient manner.

"At Kelsey-Seybold, we have our Executive Health Assessment program that provides male and female executives with comprehensive, personalized health screenings," he says. "We've streamlined the testing and procedures that ordinarily take several appointments into a single visit."

The one-stop Executive Health checkup typically includes laboratory tests, chest X-rays, mammograms or prostate exams and exercise stress tests.

"The exercise stress test is for cardiac screening," says Dr. Bedi, who cares for patients at Kelsey-Seybold's Main Campus, where the Executive Health Assessment program is located. "We also assess risk factors based on family history, diet, lifestyle considerations and lab-test results."

He says the Executive Health visits are done in a single morning or afternoon with a catered breakfast or lunch, while still allowing patients plenty of consultation time with the doctor.

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About the Author

Dr. Harjaneet Bedi is an executive health program specialist at Kelsey-Seybold's The Woodlands Clinic. "I believe in preventive medicine. I would like to be a guide for the patients and motivate them to take care of their health before disease starts. I would like to treat them with fairness and equality, as I would my own family members."

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