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New partnership via Labcorp for accurate antibody test results

We are offering antibody testing via Labcorp for accurate test results! What you need to know to get this test! You may only get tested if you are 14 days out from the onset of fever, cough, and Covid symptoms. You must be free of fever for 72 hours AND getting better from illness. The test only […]

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Introducing a new and improved web check in system

We want to announce that we have implemented a new and improved web check-in system. You can now: Get in line from home and update your insurance and personal information from your smartphone. New or existing patients can start a telemedicine visit if desired from our new check-in system. You are welcome to come into […]

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Coronavirus and our new Telemedicine Service

It has been an honor to serve you for the past 10 years and we thank you for trusting us with your health care needs. During this Coronavirus pandemic we strive to provide the safest patience experience for our patients and staff. For the time being, any visits for: cough fever sinus congestion/infection pink eye […]

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When Should I See a Doctor for Dizziness?

We’ve all experienced dizziness sometimes, whether it’s the feeling that accompanies standing up too quickly, meeting the eyes of your latest crush, or missing too many meals. Those types of dizziness are typically fleeting and easily managed or corrected, but there are other forms of dizziness that can be more serious. So, if you feel […]

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The Facts about Asthma

“When I have an asthma attack, I feel like a fish with no water.” This line from an ad made famous by the Ad Council, made the symptoms of asthma vividly understandable to those of us who have never suffered from the illness. However, many of us are probably still unaware of the actual mechanics […]

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Common Sports Injuries: How to Treat them and When to Seek Help

Sports injuries are on the rise. As more children and teenagers participate in organized sports activities, the number of issues and challenges they face rises, whether it’s a bruise from a poorly aimed pass or a muscle strain from overexerting while running hurdles. And, sports injuries can occur other places and times besides game day. […]

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Heat-Related Illnesses and How to Treat Them

Texas in the summertime is no joke; in fact, research shows that areas of Texas have the hottest and most uncomfortable summer climate in the entire US. With heat index values regularly hitting triple-digit marks, the summer sun can quickly turn from inconvenient or annoying to dangerous. Staying inside all summer isn’t an option, no […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Autoimmune Thyroid Disease

Often referred to as an autoimmune thyroid disease, Hashimoto’s disease currently affects more than 16 million people in the United States. This autoimmune thyroid disease is a disorder in which the immune system attacks the thyroid, which is a small butterfly-shaped gland located in the front of the neck resulting in decreased production of thyroid […]

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Severe Weather Season: How to Stay Safe During Severe Spring and Summer Weather

Spring is in full force here in Pearland, Texas, which means it’s time for thunderstorms to make their way into the area. Sometimes these storms produce heavy downpours and dump hail onto cars and people as they are hurrying home from work. These storms may also produce tornadoes and threaten families in their homes. When […]

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Five Types of Headaches and How to Prevent and Treat Them

Do you know the different types of headaches and their corresponding causes and treatments? Although many headaches are short-lived, it’s important to know the type of headache that you are experiencing so that it can be effectively treated. Here is a look of the most common type of headaches. Migraines One type of headache that […]

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