Maturity check-up

Whether you are a man or a woman, no one can escape the “physiological wear and tear” of their body. This phenomenon by itself can be responsible for frequent and therefore predictable pathologies, which justifies watching for their appearance and detecting them:
  • Osteoarticular wear and tear (osteoarthritis of the hip or spine)
  • Fatigability of the heart muscle
  • Loss of elasticity of the arteries
  • Alteration of the pulmonary tissue
  • Metabolic changes
  • Impaired vision or hearing
Many diseases are clearly more frequent after the age of 50:
  • Stroke
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Cancers (prostate, colon, breast, uterus and ovaries, etc)
  • Diabetes type 2
In addition, there are a number of other aggravating factors:
  • Regular smoking
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Overweight
  • Unsuitable diet
  • Possible addictions (alcohol, drugs)
  • Poor management of latent chronic diseases or those with few symptoms (diabetes, high blood pressure)
  • Lack of regular clinical, biological and imaging check-ups
All factors that contribute, via the risk of cardiovascular diseases, to a clear increase in morbidity and mortality during this period of life. That’s why this particular period that we can call in many ways (maturity, pre-retirement, retirement) often and unfortunately matches with the appearance of diseases, some of which could have been avoided or cured if they had been taken care of at the beginning. It is for all these reasons that SurgyOne offers you targeted health check-ups (cardiovascular, respiratory, diabetic, nutritional, sports, breast pathology) but also a “specific maturity check-up” even if you have no obvious symptoms, as screening and prevention are key to staying healthy.
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