iMER launches a new check-up plan

iMER CHECK-UP PLAN

Medical Check-Up PlanIn a world where the fast and stressful rhythms of life come to fill us with pressure and discomfort, our health becomes more vulnerable.

The best protection for our health is prevention. Therefore iMER Medical Services Ltd in collaboration with the Specialists of Hadassah Medical Center in Israel have created the iMER Check Up Plan.

The iMER Check Up Plan Service provides both men and women with a series of general exams adjusted to the needs of our times, aiming to prevent and fight off modern diseases.

iMER Medical Services Ltd is at your side for your health and the health of your loved ones. Protect your self and don’t derive it from your loved ones. Keep the smile on their faces.

Medical Check-Up Plan

  1. Physical examination and consultation with Specialist in Internal Medicine.
  2. General blood test, including blood count, ESR, Glucose, Liver function, Renal function, Uric acid, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Calcium, Phosphate, Lipid profile.
  3. Occult blood in stool
  4. General Urine Test
  5. Chest X-Ray
  6. Lung Function Test
  7. E.C.G
  8. Stress Test
  9. Examination and consultation with Optometry Specialist, including Intraocular Pressure Test
  10. Hearing Test
  11. If needed – Consultation with a Dietician
  12. PSA test for Prostate cancer
  13. Examination and consultation with gynecologist and PAP Smear Test.
  14. Medical summary of the findings and recommendations of treatment by an Internal Medicine Specialist
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Patients’ Stories

Spinal hernia or a herniated disc is an extremely painful condition due to the compression of neural elements: nerve root and spinal cord. A patient from Moscow, Olga F., contacted iMER in fall of 2012 after her back pain had returned and became worse. She had previously used conservative treatments, but since the pain returned, neither medication nor hirudotheraphy (application of leeches, which can sometimes be very effective for a herniated disc) worked. The pain progressed, and the patient began to feel numbness in her
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