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Wade Family Medicine, a Select Health Patient Centered Medical Home, is a healthcare provider that specializes in preventative medicine, chronic disease management, and diagnostic testing. A family doctor provides medical service to patients of all ages. Discover more about this practice to learn how a family physician can meet all your healthcare needs.
Annual wellness exams are essential for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Patients should begin taking wellness exams at infancy and continue monitoring their healthcare until the final stages of life. Wellness exams are one of the best ways to detect a medical problem before it escalates into a chronic condition.
Wellness exams are one of the best ways to detect a medical problem before it escalates into a chronic condition. Most annual exams begin with collecting information about your vital signs. This includes administering procedures to evaluate your weight, blood pressure, and pulse rate.
Chronic Disease Management. A family physician can help patients with chronic diseases experience a higher quality of living. Diabetes can develop people of all ages, but the condition controlled with medication and healthy eating habits.
Diagnostic testing is an excellent way to detect serious health problems. A Urinalysis is administered to diagnose patients with a urinary tract or kidney infection. Breathing tests can help doctors determine if someone has asthma. Patient at risk for developing Diabetes might benefit from glucose testing.
The Shingles vaccine is recommended for seniors over the age of 60 to prevent painful skin rashes caused by the chicken box virus.
The first year of an infant’s life is critical. The decline of the mortality rate in babies is largely due to important vaccinations that prevent serious illnesses. Most schools require children to receive immunizations before they can be enrolled in classes.