The Station on Tanti’s Your Men’s Health Assessment provides a key set of tests and measures to give you a picture of how your current health is and a view of any future health risks.
This particular health assessment is designed specifically for you, covering important health topics relevant to men.
You’ll also receive support in a variety of ways to help you to achieve any necessary changes in your lifestyle to help you to become healthier today and in the future.
Our health assessment provides you with a set of test results to help identify key health risks, backed up with guidance and coaching from our doctors and nurse.
Please download our Your Men’s Health Assessment questionnaire, complete and bring it with you on the day of your appointment.
All of our Doctor’s offer a range of comprehensive Men’s Health Checks. This includes assessment of common problems such as your heart health, erectile dysfunction, prostate problems, sexual health and Mental health issues.
As part of our routine Men’s Health Checks we take particular care to your Heart Health. We provide a comprehensive review and assessment of your risk of developing heart disease. This is particularly important if your have a family history of any heart problems. We focus on reducing any of your risk factors such as blood pressure and cholesterol and support you in your health journey to remain active and healthy. We can also refer you to our expert local Cardiologists where necessary for further review.
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Children’s Health – All of our doctors are experienced in the care of young children. At The Station, we provide newborn checks involving a full examination including monitoring of baby’s weight. We manage common newborn issues such as feeding problems, breastfeeding complications, reflux and colic. Dr. Barry is an accredited Shared Care provider and can assist you at all stages of your pregnancy.
Mental Health – All of our General Practitioners have extensive experience with Mental Health issues. We have a big focus on positive mental health and mindfulness at our clinic.
Skin Problems – All of our doctors can perform skin checks and also provide minor surgical procedures. We provide other services such as management of ingrown toenails and joint injections.
Chronic Disease Management – The Chronic Disease Management Plan (formerly Enhanced Primary Care or EPC) enables GPs to plan and coordinate the health care of patients with chronic or terminal medical conditions with at least two other health providers such as a Consultant, physiotherapist or podiatrist.
Sports Injuries – We can help manage all types of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. We can offer joint injections for certain conditions at the clinic. We can help coordinate your care with your physiotherapist or refer you to our local specialists where needed for further management of your injury.