Method for determining to what substances a person is allergic. Skin allergy testing is the most common, reliable and relatively painless form of allergy testing.
Medical exams required by USCIS including Tuberculosis, skin test and physical exam. Full INS exam requires 4 basic steps and two office visits.
Virtual Office Visits
An internet-based episode of physician-patient interaction. Virtual visits can provide health services online, and help in the management of chronic diseases.
Method of producing images of the inside of the body by using a machine. Ultrasound scan, especially one of a pregnant woman to examine the fetus.
Once-a-year visit to your primary care provider for a general health check.
Test that measures the electrical activity of the heartbeat. With each beat, an electrical impulse (or “wave”) travels through the heart.
Chronic Disease Management
The oversight and education activities conducted by health care professionals to help patients with chronic diseases and health conditions.
Analysis of urine by physical, chemical, and microscopical means to test for the presence of disease, drugs, etc.
Measures a hormone in the body called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). HCG is a hormone produced during pregnancy.
Procedure used in the treatment of inflammatory joint conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout, etc.
Skin Tag & Ward Removal
Dermatologist cuts off skin tags utilizing suitable tools like clippers or blades. The surgeon will typically numb the area before using this method.
Medical procedure that involves testing a sample of blood, urine, or other substance from the body.
Vaccine which provides immunity to a variety of influenza viruses and is updated and recommended annually.
Strep Throat Screening
Diagnostic test commonly used to demonstrate whether streptococcus bacteria (“strep”) are present in the throat.
Biopsy technique in which a skin lesion is removed to be sent to a pathologist to render a microscopic diagnosis.
Device that measures the oxygen saturation of arterial blood in a subject by utilizing a sensor attached typically to a finger, toe, or ear.