You could simplify your life with a shell script. Here is one I created for Linux, it is based on the mysqlcheck application
This script will check all tables in all databases except mysql and information_schema
DBS="$(/usr/bin/mysql --connect_timeout 10 -u $USER -P $Port -p$PASSWD -Bse 'SHOW DATABASES')"
for db in $DBS
if [ "$db" != "mysql" ] && [ "$db" != "information_schema" ];
/usr/bin/mysqlcheck -u $USER -p$PASSWD -c $db
Save the file
Then execute it
For Windows you would use a batch script or vbs to do the same thing.
The other option would be just to run the mysqlcheck application for the one database you are interested in checking.
/path/to/mysqlcheck -u username -pPASSWORD -c database_name
mysqlcheck will be in the directory you installed your mysql binary files in.
In Linux, you can locate it with the which command