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Did you know that a physical exam is recommended once a year, especially in people over the age of 50? For some of us a trip to the doctor's office may bring up feelings of dread, or maybe we think that we are healthy and don’t need to schedule a visit, or we just don’t have the time. There are plenty of excuses we can come up with to justify not making the dreaded appointment, but there are many benefits to an annual care visit. A physical exam can help your Primary Care Physician (PCP) determine the general status of your health.