Seasons Medical offers a full range of screening exams to keep you and your family healthy. In addition, we follow the recommendations from the US Preventive Services Task Force. The following list of screenings available is not exhaustive in nature, so please feel free to contact our offices directly if you have a question about a specific screening that is not listed.

Adult Exams

Cholesterol and Lipid Screenings

A complete cholesterol, or lipid, screening is a blood test that can measure the amount of cholesterol and triglycerides in your blood.

Prostate Exams and PSA Screenings

Rectal examinations are performed locate potential rectal or prostate cancer. It is also used as a diagnostic test to find non-cancerous abnormalities within the rectum.

Pap Smears

Pap smears test for cervical cancer. Cells scraped from the opening of the cervix are examined under a microscope. The cervix is the lower part of the uterus (womb) that opens at the top of the vagina.

Breast Exams and Mammogram Scheduling

Breast cancer is among the most common diagnosed cancer in women. A regular exam with your primary care provider and mammogram are an essential part of long-term health.

Blood Pressure Checks

A blood pressure test measures the pressure in your arteries as your heart pumps. You might have a blood pressure test as a part of routine doctor’s appointment or as a screening for high blood pressure, or hypertension.

Immunizations such as the Flu Vaccine and Shingles Vaccine

Vaccines stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect a person against subsequent infection or disease. Vaccinations are an important part of preventive health.

Skin Cancer Screenings

Whether pre-cancer skin treatment with liquid nitrogen, cautery, or medication, mole evaluation and removal, acne treatment including Acutane for severe cases, or even skin tag removal Seasons Family Medicine can help.

Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule

Please note that the attached document’s recommendations must be read with the footnotes containing number of doses, intervals between doses, and other important information.

Colonoscopy Exams

A colonoscopy is a test that allows your doctor to look at the inner lining of your large intestine (rectum and colon). We recommend your first screening at age 50 unless there is a family history of colon cancer or polyps.

Preventive Recommendations for Adult Women

The attached document includes a list of clinical preventive services for adult women, based on the American Academy of Family Physicians Summary of Recommendations for Clinical Preventive Services.

Preventive Recommendations for Adult Men

The attached document includes a list of clinical preventive services for adult men, based on the American Academy of Family Physicians Summary of Recommendations for Clinical Preventive Services.

Childhood Wellness Exams

Newborn Exams at the Hospital

Each newborn delivered is carefully examined at birth for signs of complications. In addition, a complete physical exam is done covering every body system.

Well Child Care Handouts

You can access a complete list of of Well Child Care Handouts on our website that cover between 2 months old to 10 years old.

Screenings for Developmental Disorders

Developmental disorders can impair physical, learning, language, or behavior areas. These conditions can impact day-to-day functioning, and usually last throughout a person’s lifetime.

Immunizations Schedule

The attached document is a suggested immunizations schedule for your child. Talk to your doctor to make sure this plan is best for your child before following the schedule.

Growth Charts

You can access a complete list of Growth Charts that cover both weight and height development in boys and girls.

Autism Screening Tests, Scoring, and Follow-up

The Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers is available for free for clinical, research, and educational purposes. You can access the Test, instructions on Scoring, and recommended Follow-up from our website.

Miscellaneous Forms

Annual BSA Health and Medical Record Form (Class 2)

Relative to the Boy Scouts of America, all Class 2 activities require a health examination within the past 12 months by a licensed healthcare practitioner. The attached document is the medical form for all Class 2 activities.

Annual BSA Health and Medical Record Form (Class 3)

Relative to the Boy Scouts of America, all Class 3 activities require a health examination within the past 12 months by a licensed healthcare practitioner. The attached document is the medical form for all Class 3 activities.

Idaho High School Activities Health Examination and Consent Form

The attached document is required for all students to complete prior to his or her first 9th and 11th grade practice in the interscholastic athletic program in the State of Idaho.

PEP Exercises to Prevent ACL Injuries

This prevention program consists of a warm-up, stretching, strengthening, plyometrics, and sports specific agilities to address potential deficits in the strength and coordination of the stabilizing muscles around the knee joint.