Optimal health begins with preventive care.
Preventive care helps you stay healthy and access prompt treatment when necessary.
Getting regular health check-ups enables you to find potential health issues before they become too much of an issue.
Detecting health conditions and/or disease early means that you’ll be able to get the right treatment quickly. This helps to avoid complications that are more likely to arise if you find out about a disease or condition at a later stage.
In order to live a longer, healthier life, it is important to get regular health screenings and correct treatments.
By going for regular check-ups, you’ll be able to:
- find out about potential issues and treat them before they become full-blown
- detect potentially life-threatening diseases early and get treatment quickly
- harness the full effects of early treatment, thus increasing the chances of recovery
- reduce risk of complications from existing health conditions through close monitoring
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Why preventive screenings?
Preventive screenings are known as tests that look for diseases before symptoms are present. In terms of conditions that often show no warning signs, preventive health screenings can be very effective at providing insights about early disease risk so you can take proactive steps with your doctor to prevent chronic illnesses.
How important is it to get tested regularly?
Going for health screenings regularly can help your doctor establish a pattern, so that when there are deviations in your test results, they can provide further advice quickly.
How often should I seek health screenings?
This is a personal decision based on your risk factors and previous screening results. Many of our patients incorporate yearly screenings into their preventive healthcare regimen.
How do I know what to screen for?
The best thing to do is to first, speak to a primary care provider. This is typically a general practitioner, who will be able to address your concerns and provide advice on what you should be screened for. By talking to a doctor first, you can avoid spending money on tests you may not need, as well as address relevant concerns, such as hereditary illnesses.
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Dr Hanis Saadah Husin
Family Medicine Specialist
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Hanis has a special interest in chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes. She also enjoys guiding expectant mothers throughout their pregnancy journeys. She firmly believes that good communication between healthcare providers and patients is key in achieving patient-orientated care.
Malaysian Medical Council, Registration No: 48764
National Specialist Register, Registration No:137148
Family Medicine Specialists' Association Malaysia
Malaysian Diabetes Educators Society
Malaysian Society of Hypertension
Andrew has been the proprietor of The Red Clinic since its inception in 2017. His keen interest in infectious diseases has carved out a unique professional path in primary care. He is the only private practice GP who is currently a committee member of the Malaysian Society of HIV Medicine (MASHM).
MB BCh BAO (National University of Ireland)
LRCSI (Licentiate from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)
LRCPI (Licentiate from the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland)
Malaysian Medical Council, Registration No: 50100
Malaysian Medical Association, Life Time Membership
Malaysian Diabetes Educators Society, Registration No: 0579
Malaysian Society for HIV Medicine, Committee Member
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