Preventive examinations

The fast pace of life today means we often neglect our health—right up to the moment when prevention is already too late. A preventive examination will help you gain a better insight into your state of health. Find out what you can do to enjoy a better, healthier and longer life.

What is a preventive examination?

Preventive examinations take place at a general practice and are aimed at detecting, at an early stage, any risks you may have of developing a chronic disease, or indeed any chronic disease you may already be suffering from.

When and where do preventive examinations take place?

A preventive examination takes place at the general practice at which you are registered. It is carried out by a registered nurse.

What are chronic diseases?

Chronic diseases refer to a group of diseases that includes cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, mental disorders and musculoskeletal disorders.