Our Treatments

Our Treatments

What is a typical medical visit like at Patients Medical?

A typical medical visit can vary depending on the reason for the visit and the healthcare provider you are seeing, but here is a general idea of what to expect:

  1. Checking in: You will typically check in with the receptionist or front desk staff, who will ask for your name, insurance information, and any necessary paperwork.
  2. Vital signs: A nurse or medical assistant will take your vital signs, which may include measuring your blood pressure, pulse rate, temperature, and weight.
  3. Medical history: Your healthcare provider will typically ask you about your medical history, including any past illnesses, surgeries, or medical conditions. They may also ask about your family medical history.
  4. Current symptoms: You will typically be asked about the reason for your visit, including any symptoms you may be experiencing, when they started, and how severe they are.
  5. Physical exam: Your healthcare provider will perform a physical exam, which may include looking at your ears, nose, and throat, listening to your heart and lungs, and checking your reflexes.
  6. Diagnosis and treatment: Your healthcare provider may make a diagnosis based on your medical history, symptoms, and physical exam. They may recommend further testing, such as blood work or imaging tests. They will then recommend a treatment plan, which may include medications, lifestyle changes, or further medical interventions.
  7. Follow-up: Your healthcare provider may schedule a follow-up visit to monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan as needed.

Throughout the visit, your healthcare provider will typically encourage you to ask any questions you may have and provide you with education and resources to help you better manage your health.

Why do the Doctors at Patients Medical recommend different kinds of treatments?

Doctors may recommend different kinds of treatments for a variety of reasons, including:

  1. To address the underlying cause of the problem: Depending on the condition or disease, there may be more than one way to treat it. Doctors may recommend different treatments based on the underlying cause of the problem.
  2. To match the treatment to the patient's individual needs: Not every treatment works for every patient. Doctors may recommend different treatments based on the patient's age, medical history, lifestyle, and preferences.
  3. To minimize side effects: Some treatments may have side effects that can be unpleasant or even dangerous. Doctors may recommend different treatments to minimize side effects or to find a treatment that the patient is more likely to tolerate.
  4. To optimize outcomes: Depending on the condition or disease, some treatments may be more effective than others. Doctors may recommend different treatments to optimize the chances of a successful outcome.
  5. To comply with insurance or regulatory requirements: In some cases, insurance or regulatory requirements may dictate the type of treatment that is covered or allowed. Doctors may recommend different treatments to comply with these requirements.

It's important for patients to communicate openly with their doctors about their medical history, symptoms, and treatment preferences. This can help doctors make more informed recommendations that are tailored to the individual patient's needs.

Which medical  treatments are performed or available through your office?

Please see the list below. For more information on these treatments, click on the links under Treatments on the www.PatientsMedical.com   website.

  1. Acupuncture
  2. Allergy Treatments
  3. AntiAging And Longevity Treatments
  4. AntiAging Q & A
  5. Auto Immune Disease
  6. Bioidentical Hormone Pellets
  7. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
  8. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Q & A
  9. Bioidentical Hormones
  10. Chelation Therapy
  11. Chronic Conditions
  12. Chronic Diseases
  13. Covid Long Haulers
  14. Craniosacral Therapy
  15. Deep Tissue Massage
  16. Detoxification
  17. Diabetes Therapy
  18. Digestive Issues
  19. Environmental Illness
  20. Erectile Dysfunction
  21. Fertility Support
  22. Gastroenterology
  23. Genetic testing and personalized medicine
  24. Glutathione
  25. Hair Loss
  26. HCG Diet Plan
  27. Heart Plaquex Therapy
  28. Hormonal Imbalances
  29. Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy
  30. Immune systems
  31. Infertility
  32. Inflammation
  33. Insomnia Sleep Apnea
  34. IV Therapy
  35. Lead and Heavy Metal Testing and Treatment
  36. Men’s Health
  37. Menopause
  38. Metabolic Medicine
  39. Metabolic Syndrome
  40. Nitric Oxide
  41. Nutritional And Dietary Guidance
  42. Optimum Nutrition
  43. Ozone Therapy
  44. Pain Management
  45. Perscription Drug Optimization Therapy
  46. Personal Health Planning
  47. Premenstrual Syndrome
  48. Sexual Health
  49. Stress and fatigue management
  50. Stress Reduction Therapy
  51. Supplement Therapy
  52. Thermirase
  53. Thermiva
  54. Ultraviolet(UV) Light Therapy
  55. UV Blood Irradiation
  56. Weight Loss
  57. Women’s Health Issues
  58. Women’s Wellness
  59. Women’s Wellness: Health In Your 30s
  60. Women’s Wellness: Health In Your 40s
  61. Women’s Wellness: Health In Your 50s

Begin Your Journey with Patients Medical

Our job at Patients Medical is to connect the dots between a patient's medical history, symptoms, and their underlying causes. Patients Medical is a superb place for people to secure integrative and holistic health care from providers who give personalized care, partner with the patient to focus on the root cause of their illness, support their recovery, and help them maintain good health.

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