Men's and Women's Health

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Men’s and Women’s Health

Horizon Health Care helps men and women with preventative care, screenings, behavioral health, health education, and so much more.

If there’s something you need that you don’t see in our list of services, we’ll help coordinate additional testing to suit your needs.

Wellness is a Journey. Take it.

From the very first wellness exam to screenings, and every step along the way, we provide a wide range of personalized health services for each chapter of life.

Women’s Health Services:

  • Breast cancer screenings
  • Cervical cancer screenings
  • Pregnancy and HPV testing
  • Preconception and early prenatal care
  • UTI, vaginal infections, STD testing and treatment
  • Family medicine and planning
  • Chronic care management
  • Lab and x-ray services
  • Immunizations
  • Acute care

While both men and women contract various conditions, some health issues affect women differently and more commonly. For women, the top health issues to be aware of involve heart disease, breast cancer, osteoporosis, depression, and autoimmune diseases.

Pre-existing conditions may become worse for women who are pregnant. Attending annual wellness appointments is the best way to manage health properly depending on lifestyle and age.

Men’s Health Services:

  • Blood pressure testing
  • HIV / AIDS screening
  • STD testing and treatment
  • Family medicine and planning
  • Chronic care management
  • Lab and x-ray services
  • Immunizations
  • Acute care

For men, the top health issues to be aware of involve cardiovascular disease, lung cancer, prostate cancer, depression, diabetes, and skin cancer.

Maintaining good health is required at every age. With our support, we can help men achieve a healthy lifestyle with annual checkups and screenings to identify potential issues.

Start Your Journey by Booking a Wellness Exam

Schedule a wellness exam today!

Simply find a clinic location near you, and reach out to book an appointment.

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