Limit exposure to allergens; taking care of your symptoms of an asthma attack means protecting yourself and saving your family scary trips to the emergency room.
At the Grace Health System Cardiology Center, we believe early diagnosis and treatment to prevent heart disease is the key to cutting your risk of a heart attack and stroke. When you visit the Cardiology Center, your doctor will perform a comprehensive evaluation of your health and potential risk factors. Our interventional cardiology specialists will work with you to prepare, communicate and educate you on the best treatment plan for you.
The Orthopedic Center at Grace Health System is committed to bringing you relief for painful ailments affecting your shoulder, hand, hip or knee. Our staff works together and within their specialty area to treat abnormalities and restore quality of life for our
As part of your evaluation, your doctor will order tests at the Grace Health System Imaging Center so he can get a closer look at the problem. Our advanced center includes traditional x-rays, as well as MRI and CT scanners. Our CT scanner takes pictures in 3D, allowing your physician to see exactly the problem, and if surgery is needed or not.
The knowledgeable specialists and staff of the Pain Management Center at Grace Health System are committed to working with you and your primary care physician to find the source of your pain, and determining the best means of bringing you lasting relief.
This starts with a thorough examination and historical analysis to find the root cause of the underlying causes and issues of pain. This in-depth interview will give pain management specialists an opportunity to evaluate any and all underlying factors that may be contributing to or aggravating pain.
In these times of confusing health insurance requirements, you can depend on the doctors at the Primary Care Center at Grace Health System. Our team of Family Medicine physicians strives to help make sure you and your family are healthy and happy.
During your examination, your doctor will spend enough time with you to get the details of how you or your child is feeling. They’ll also be there long enough for you to ask as many questions as you need. This is a good time to ask about immunizations, sleep habits, conditions, new medications, diet and exercise, or simply questions about aging (osteoporosis, dementia, heart health). Your doctor will answer your questions thoroughly in terms that you can understand.