• What is Check-Up?

A check-up is performed to evaluate a person’s general health and detect potential health problems. This type of program allows general body scanning and information about a person’s general health status, even if there are no specific diseases or symptoms.


  • Who should have it done? When should it be done?

Check-Up is performed to evaluate the general health status, even if there are no symptoms or complaints. However, there are some general recommendations regarding the people who should be checked-up and the timing.

Some people may need to have more frequent check-ups because they have certain risk factors. For example, people with a family history of heart disease or cancer, those with chronic health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol, and those with risk factors such as obesity or smoking should be checked more frequently.