Chronic illnesses require a specialized plan of treatment specific to the patient and the disease. The focus of the treatment of chronic illnesses is to minimize symptoms and to keep the condition from worsening while improving the patient’s quality of life.
Diabetes is a chronic illness affecting an estimated 30 million Americans. Symptoms of diabetes may include frequent urination, fatigue, wounds or sores that won’t heal, excessive hunger and thirst, and unexplained weight loss.Learn More
High blood pressure is a very common condition affecting around 75 million Americans. Symptoms of high blood pressure (hypertension) can include chest pains, headaches, dizziness, and shortness of breath. If left undiagnosed and untreated, hypertension will cause organ failure, heart damage, and even death.Learn More
Hepatitis C, a viral infection that causes liver inflammation, can cause serious health issues including liver damage. Early detection and treatment are important in managing hepatitis C.