Thought you were talking about yourself ;) Your grandpa will have pretty comprehensive blood work including metabolic and lipid panel and PSA (a blood test for prostate cancer). They will test for enzyme markers indicating heart, muscle, and liver damage and check several vitamin and mineral levels since the elderly often do not eat well. They will check his feet for signs of poor circulation and sores that won't heal. He can expect a digital rectal exam. They will listen to his lungs and heart beat and perform an EKG They will access his physical condition to determine his balance and how strong he is. They will note how lucid or confused he seems. They will ask about his family history of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and dementia. It won't be part of his physical but they may recommend he schedule a colonoscopy and cardiac stress test.
Depends on the type of physical. If it is a sports physical they mainly want to know that you are fit for sports so they look at heart rhythm, lung function, skeletal or neurological problems, infections and chronic illnesses. A well woman exam is more comprehensive and is a head-to-toe exam including breast exam, pelvic exam if sexually active or over 21 and blood work.
It's where you go to the doctor and he or she assesses your physical capabilities and general wellness. Flexibility is a major portion of this, as well as an overall exam looking for possible knots and bruises in your skin and muscles, or tissue damage.
the annual physical examination is a source of reassurance that they're as healthy as they feel. Others see it as an alarm system, to catch health problems before they become serious.
its for my grandpa lol hes like 70