I can answer only for France since I am french.
I am afraid that thre will be no more a thorough physical examination at a doctor's office like it was several years ago, more than a decade indeed, for a check up or an annual casual exam, it was very different of my younger years,.
There are many reasons : lack of time of doctors, lack of interest if you are not sick , fear to embarrass a patient by instructing him to remove clothes ( ieven being ausculted with stethoscope bare chest is not the most frequent, very often the doctor did it above your shirt or tee-shirt)
The doctors seem to be always in a hurry and they usually took your blood pressure and pulse, sometimes palpated quicky your belly, heared at your heart and lungs and asked some questions and it is finished …
Nothing to compare to when I was Young with old schoool doctors who wanted you to undress as soon as entered in their office and checked you from head to toes front and back.
And at my time there was a lot of mandatory physical exams all along childhood, teenahood and even as a young adult, ( at school, at university or superior school, to enter at summer camps or boarding schools, apprenticeship, for the military service , for the first job, to enter in the administration and so on … not now because most of them had been suppressed or when they still existed, they are optionnal like at school or they are much more quickly performed in a very different way ( never group exams like in the past )