Full Check-up
In Iran

Full Check-up in Iran with the best surgeons,
offered in all-inclusive packages at fair prices.

Thinking about having Full Check-up in Iran? That’s why we are here for you to offer affordable all-inclusive packages. So, sit back and tell us all you would like to have on your trip. The price of Full Check-up packages is determined by the experience and proficiency of the doctor, type of hotel, and other services you wish to receive.

FULL CHECK-UP PACKAGE

• Full Check-up

clinic and doctor visits, laboratory tests, medical photography

• Treatment Visa (T-Visa)
visa authorization code. (Note that there is a seperate visa fee that the patient must pay when receiving the visa, which it is not part of this package.)

Pick-up & Transfer
airport pick-up, private transfer from hotel to clinic/hospital and vice versa, airport drop-off

• Accommodations
five- or three-star hotel (of the patient’s choice) near the clinic or hospital

• Other Services
24-hour on-call assistance, interpreter, SIM card and internet

Why choose Iran for Full Check-up?

An annual full body checkup is a routine yearly visit to your doctor to assess your general health. It is an important step in preventing bigger health issues. Your doctor can evaluate your state of well-being and diagnose any potential problems that may be in their beginning stages.Iran by having well-equipped hospital and expert doctors, is one of the leading countries in medical science. So, if you want to have a high-quality and cheap check-up, Iran is the best choice for you.

Is Iran the best choice for my surgery?

When thinking about having surgery, the qualification and expertise of the surgeons besides high-quality services and affordable prices are the most important things that come to our mind. Iran as one of the leading countries in medical science is where you can have all these options altogether. Plus, Iran by its unique and historical culture will add more value to your trip. So, do not hesitate and reserve your medical package today.

Why Pars Health Tour?

Pars Health Tour, with its network of experts, specialized hospitals, Clinics, as well as tourism agencies, will facilitate the acceptance process for you and provide the medical services upon your needs and request.
We arrange all the process of selecting the best surgeon and hospital, getting a visa for Iran, booking flight and accommodations, picking you up from the airport, transferring you to your hotel and hospital, assigning a personal interpreter to you to help you communicate with your doctor, and providing post-operative care and consultation.

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How much does it cost?

The total price of your packages highly depends on the different options. Based on the doctor, hospital and clinic’s fees, and other factors, the total price of your package will be determined. But as a general rule, you can make sure that Iran has the best prices to offer you its high-quality health services. To know more about the different options and the price of your weight loss package please click here.

How can Pars Health tour help me to arrange my trip?

All you need to do is sending us a request for your medical package through one of our communication channels (online form, WhatsApp, email, online chat, etc.). Soon, we will reach you out and help you to find all the needed information regarding your package. After selecting all the options you would like to have in your package, your personal coordinator sets an online doctor’s visit for you. Your surgeon may ask you for some photos to quote the exact price. It will also help him/her to offer you the best medical package. After that, we will do all the arrangements for you.

What is Full Check up?

• An annual full body checkup is a routine yearly visit to your doctor to assess your general health. It is an important step in preventing bigger health issues. Your doctor can evaluate your state of wellbeing and diagnose any potential problems that may be in their beginning stages. With regular check-ups, the doctor can identify these problems and suggest immediate treatment based on the individual’s condition. Some diseases can be very subtle and may not show their signs or symptoms until they reach the next level. This is why you need to see your doctor regularly, especially if you live a kind of lifestyle that can expose you to such risks.

Why do you need health check-ups?

• There are many reasons to weave a regular health checkup into your fitness lifestyle. One of the most important reasons is to prevent any disease. When you go for health checks, the laboratory tests done in the process will help in early detection and treatment of a potential health problem. Health checks vary from person to person, based on their sex, age, family health, and lifestyle. Health checks not only promote better health but also improve a patient-doctor relationship. The doctors can educate the patients about living a healthy life and how they can avoid dangerous habits such as alcoholism, tobacco addiction, binge eating, inactivity etc.

Do healthy individuals need yearly full body health checks?

• Even though some medical experts suggest undergoing a whole body checkup every year for all individuals – healthy and unhealthy alike, a lot of medical professionals recommend otherwise. Several experts recommend that in case of healthy people, the doctors can take on more selective approach to prevent diseases, rather than recommending them a full body health check on a yearly basis.

What to expect during health check-up?

• When you are undergoing a medical exam, there are many things you need to prepare yourself for. It is recommended that if you notice something unusual with your body, always make a note of it and discuss it with your doctor during your routine medical check-up. A health check-up can be very helpful in early detection of conditions that can be treated promptly.

Here are some things you can expect at a health check-up:

  • Clinical history: your doctor will regularly update your medical record for future reference at each health check-up. They take note of previous preventive procedures such as pap tests, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, immunizations etc.
  • Family history of diseases: This is important for your doctor to know because it gives them an idea about the diseases that are hereditary in your family.
  • Past medical history: your doctor will review all your past medications and medical procedures such as surgeries.
  • Lifestyle information: working style, where you work, living conditions at home and work-life balance in general. These little things can have a massive implication on your health.
  • Habits: use of the recreational drug, smoking, active lifestyle, sexual habits, use of seat belt etc.
  • Normal body function information: your daily body functions such as sleeping, eating, bowel movements, hearing, vision etc.
  • Physical examination: necessary for people who have symptoms of a disease. However, it cannot be used as a screening test for healthy individuals with no complaints.

Regular health check-up composition

Based on your preliminary examination, your doctor may recommend further tests.

A usual fully body health check-up is made up of blood and urine tests, x-ray, ultrasonography, lungs function test, and cardiac test. These tests should only be carried out by an accredited laboratory or hospital that has the tools to carry out these diagnostic tests. Once you get the results, they should be tested by a qualified physician.

Health checks for your heart

Health check-ups for heart disease may include:

  • Blood pressure – have your blood pressure checked every two years if it is normal, you are aged under 40 years, and there is no family history of high blood pressure. Have it checked yearly if you are over 40, your blood pressure is on the high side, or you have a personal or family history of high blood pressure, stroke or heart attack. Be advised by your doctor.
  • Blood tests – check cholesterol levels and blood triglycerides, among other things. High levels may indicate an increased risk of various health problems, including heart disease. If you are over 45, you should have these blood tests once every five years. If you are at high risk of heart disease and have a family history, you should be tested every year from the age of 40.
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) – this is a non-invasive and painless medical test that detects cardiac (heart) abnormalities by measuring the electrical activity generated by the heart as it contracts.
  • Obesity tests – being overweight is a significant risk factor for many health conditions, including cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Ask your doctor to check your body mass index (BMI) and waist measurement every two years. If you are at a higher risk, you should have your weight checked more frequently.

Health checks for diabetes

Tests for diabetes include a fasting blood sugar level test, which measures the amount of glucose in the blood after fasting (not eating for an amount of time). It is usually done before you have breakfast. Depending on your risk level, you will need to be tested annually or once every three years.

Risk factors for type 2 diabetes include:

  • family history of diabetes
  • pre-diabetes (slightly elevated blood glucose levels)
  • age over 45 years
  • overweight or obesity
  • high blood pressure
  • high blood cholesterol
  • smoking
  • inactive lifestyle
  • history of angina (chest pain), heart attack or stroke
  • belonging to certain ethnic groups, including Pacific Islander and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • in women, a history of gestational diabetes in pregnancy
  • in women, a history of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

Health checks for bowel cancer

The faecal occult blood test (FOBT) uses chemicals to check a bowel motion sample for blood, which may be a sign of bowel cancer. If you are over 50, you should have this test once every two years, or after you turn 40 if you have a family history.

People at high risk of bowel cancer may need a colonoscopy every five years. During this test, the doctor inserts a slender instrument called a colonoscope through the anus to visually check the rectum and large bowel for any abnormalities.

Health checks for eye conditions

Eyesight tends to deteriorate with age. Serious eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration are more common with age.

People older than 65 years should have an annual examination. However, more frequent testing may be recommended for those with certain risk factors, such as:

  • a family history of eye disease
  • a personal history of eye disease or injury
  • certain medical conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes
  • taking certain medications.

If you already wear prescription glasses or contact lenses, you should have your eyes tested every year. Adults who do not wear prescription glasses or contact lenses should have an eye test every two years.

Health checks for your bones

Advancing age is a significant risk factor for osteoporosis in both men and women. A bone density test helps to determine the health of your bones. Generally speaking, people over the age of 50 should be assessed for the need to have a bone density test.

Health checks for women

In order to stay in good health and identify possible health issues at an early stage, it is important for women to have regular health checks. There are a number of specific tests that you should make part of your regular routine.

Breast cancer screening

It’s recommended that women between the ages of 50–69 years attend the Breast Screen Australia Program every two years for screening mammograms. There is no evidence that clinical examination or self-examination offers any health benefits to women.

Cervical Screening Test

The Pap test has been replaced with a new Cervical Screening Test (CST) every five years. The CST is safe, more accurate and detects human papilloma virus (HPV) infection, the main cause of cervical cancer.Your first CST is due at 25 years of age or two years after your last Pap test. If your result is normal you will be due in five years to have your next test. Even if you have been vaccinated against HPV, you should continue to have regular screening as the vaccine doesn’t protect against all types of HPV infection known to cause cervical cancer. Have any questions? We recommend speaking to your healthcare provider.

STI screening

If you are sexually active, you should get tested for chlamydia every year between the ages of 15 and 29, using a simple urine test. Chlamydia is very common and does not always show symptoms. If you are at risk of other sexually transmissible infections, such as HIV/AIDS or herpes, ask your doctor about further testing.

Pregnancy

You should have a general check-up before becoming pregnant to discuss any health risks during pregnancy. Once you are pregnant, regular antenatal checks help monitor your baby’s development, pick up abnormalities and assess your health.

Tests related to pregnancy may include ultrasound scans, urine tests, blood tests and genetic testing. Some antenatal tests are recommended for all pregnant women, while others are only necessary for women at increased risk of complications. Be advised by your doctor.

Health checks for men

It’s a good idea to make regular health checks part of your regular routine. This will help you stay healthy and pick up potential problems early.

Health checks for prostate cancer

Discuss testing with your doctor. It is not recommended that all men are routinely tested for prostate cancer. You will need to consider the benefits, risks and uncertainties of testing, as well as your risk of developing the disease.

Health checks for older people

As you get older, keeping an eye on your health becomes more important. Speak to your doctor about:

  • abdominal aortic aneurysm screening – former and current smokers (particularly older men) can consider having an ultrasound to screen for abdominal aortic aneurysms, a blood-filled bulge in a major blood vessel in your abdomen called the aorta
  • blood pressure screening – every year. If you have diabetes, heart disease, kidney problems, or certain other conditions, you may need to be checked more often
  • bowel cancer screening – a simple test for signs of bowel cancer is recommended once every two years if you are over 50
  • cholesterol screening and heart disease prevention – every five years if levels are normal. If you have high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, kidney problems or certain other conditions, you may need to be checked more often
  • diabetes screening – every three years. If you are overweight and have other risk factors for diabetes, ask your doctor if you should be screened more often
  • lung cancer screening – for current smokers and those who have quit within the past 15 years
  • osteoporosis screening – if you have risk factors for osteoporosis, you should check with your doctor about screening. Risk factors can include long-term steroid use, low body weight, smoking, heavy alcohol use or a family history of osteoporosis
  • a physical exam – every year or as recommended by your doctor. Your doctor will check and record your weight, height and body mass index (BMI).

You should also speak with your doctor about immunisation, in particular:

  • a pneumococcal vaccine if you have never had one, or if it has been more than five years since you had the vaccine
  • an annual flu shot
  • a tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis booster every 10 years
  • a shingles or herpes zoster vaccine.

Check-ups with other health professionals may include:

  • a dental exam – every year or so, or more often if recommended by your dentist.
  • an eye test – every one to two years if you have vision problems or glaucoma risk
  • a hearing test – if you have symptoms of hearing loss.

Frequently Asked Questions
About Full Check-up

Check out the complete list of questions about Full Check-up

  1. Plan all your health checks well in advance
  2. Overnight fasting
  3. Avoid alcohol consumption at least 48-72 hours before you book health checks
  4. Females guests avoid health checks during their monthly cycles
  5. If you’ve had a surprise cycle upon booking the health check, please notify the Health Check Team
  6. Carry all your current medications and your previous ailment files at the time of your doctor’s consultation
  7. Notify the doctor about any of your allergic reactions towards drugs.