Our wellness services are the oversight to day-to-day healthcare. We pride ourselves on providing high quality healthcare services during every interaction. Here at Wanderlust Concierge Healthcare, we do not follow a traditional healthcare approach. What sets us apart? Our brand values.
As a healthcare entity, we always have your best interest in mind. We are on this journey to wellness together.
People are accustomed to healthcare as is, here we invest more time, consideration, and heart into how we care for our patients.
We believe that with our expertise and collaboration with our patient’s, we will help them arrive at the best decision to meet their health goals.
We operate with style and grace, creating an inviting ambiance in our clinic.
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We offer a luxurious healthcare experience AND treat every patient how they deserve to be treated, with respect, in a relatable way.
Wellness Services we offer
- Physical exams
- Lab testing (labs drawn on site)
- TB skin testing
- Pap Smears
- Chronic disease management (hypertension, diabetes, etc..)
- Office Visit $150 (includes phone call follow up for labs)
- Lab cost vary according to the labs needed, discussed in consultation or appointment.
- For lab work only, cost of the labs + $25 for fee
- Surgical clearance $200 (includes labs, physical exam, paperwork and order for EKG/ chest xray)
At Wanderlust Concierge Health Care, if you need a physical for any reason, we are here for you with our comprehensive exams for women, men, and children.
What are physicals?
Physicals are medical health assessments that you may need for a variety of reasons such as travel, work, school, or sports. They are important as they allow us to monitor your condition and wellbeing, but also identify any potential issues that may affect your health. Early detection allows us to begin treatment before the condition becomes more severe, giving a higher success rate of treatment.
For the most part, everyone undergoes the same physical exam. However, there are differences when it comes to reproductive health. During your physical, we may conduct additional tests or exams particular to your reproductive organs such as a pelvic or prostate exam.
What happens during a physical?
The exact procedure will depend on what type of physical you are having. During the exam, we will review your medical and family history for any potential risk of health complications. If there are any concerns, additional health screenings may be required.
This is a great time to let us know of any concerns or questions you may have regarding your health.
A physical examination typically begins with the measurement of vital signs and responses before undergoing a more comprehensive examination of your condition and health.
For more information on physicals and what type we offer, contact the office today at (813) 842-8662.
Birth Control Prescription
For women who are sexually active but do not wish to become pregnant, there are several birth control options, or contraceptives, available that are safe and effective. We will work with you to find a form of birth control that is right for you and your lifestyle.
Abstinence, or refraining from sexual intercourse, is the only means of birth control that is proven to prevent pregnancy 100%. However, many of the birth control options listed above have excellent rates with less than 1% of women becoming pregnant when using birth control correctly.
Risks and Benefits
Every contraceptive has its own risk and benefits. It is important that you make this decision together with your doctor so that you are aware of all your options and choose the one that is right for you.
For more information on our birth control options, please contact our office at (813) 842-8662.
A Pap Smear is a test that is usually performed yearly after a woman turns 21 or becomes sexually active. The test is a simple, quick collection of cells. While a Pap Smear is not a diagnostic test for cervical cancer, it can detect any abnormalities which can then lead to further testing.
At the start of the exam, you will be asked to remove your clothing from the waist down. You will be given a medical gown and a half sheet to cover your lap. At the medical center office, there is an examination chair with stirrups at the end for your feet. You will position yourself in the chair, with your feet in the stirrups, so that you can be examined. An instrument, called a speculum, is lubricated and inserted into the vagina. This tool allows the doctor to have a clear path to the cervix. It is important to remember to relax and breath. This will relax the muscles of the vagina and allow for an easier examination by the medical professional.
After the speculum is inserted, a tiny, thin bristle brush is used to collect some tissue from the back of the cervix. Most women do not feel anything besides a light sensation when this is performed while some experience a feeling similar to menstrual cramps. From here, the medical professional places the sample in a small tube to be sent off to a laboratory for testing. The speculum is removed and the Pap Smear is over. A Pap Smear procedure only takes a few minutes to complete. After the Pap Smear is completed you can get dressed and conclude your medical examination.