I'm confused about the use of 这些地方 in the following dialogue in my Chinese text book (click for larger image):
I'll transcribe it below:
And here's my translation:
Mark: When you get a health check, what is checked?
Ding Bo: Lots. Ears, eyes, nose, teeth, also stomach, and so on.
Mark: In the past, my tummy has been always painful.
Ding Bo: It could be your stomach that's painful. You go to the hospital for a check [suggestive particle].
Mark: When you get a health check, are arms, hands, feet inspected?
Ding Bo: These places generally have no big problems, have a look and it'll be okay.
In particular, I'm unclear if "these places" (这些地方) means the places you go to get 体检 (health checks), or if "these places" means these places on your body (胳膊，手，脚).
Question: What does 这些地方 mean in this dialogue about health checks?