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As primary care doctors, we are trained to manage the “whole person.” CI Medical Center’s primary care physicians in internal medicine, general practice, family medicine and associated allied health professionals have special interest in wellness...
Currently, 65% of adult Americans are overweight (BMI > 25) and 21% are obese (BMI > 30). Metabolic syndrome represents 24% of the adult population. There are now an estimated 21 million people with diabetes in the USA and even more with impaired glucose tolerance (IGT).
The metabolic syndrome has become increasingly common in the United States. It’s estimated that over 50 million Americans have it.
As convenience to our patients, our facility provides the following diagnotic services: Treadmill Stress Test, Ankle Brachial Index Test, Pulmonary Function Test, Vaccination services, Laboratory, Minor Surgery
Hemorrhoids, also known as varicose veins, is a condition in which the veins around the anus, or in the anal canal, become swollen when stretched under pressure.
CI Medical Center's clinicians include specialties in internal medicine, family medicine and acupuncture. Our primary care physicians have special interest in obesity, weight loss, diabetes, high cholesterol, hypertension, heart disease and metabolic syndrome. We believe life is uncertain and want to empower our patients with knowledge and early detection screening to increase their odds for healthy living. Our practice also welcome walk-in patients for urgent medical conditions, as well as for routine family medicine and internal medicine related health conditions.
Track It for Life and Stay Healthy for Life. Ask how our Primary Care Physician can help you lose weight.
Do not suffer with allergies. Call your primary care doctor, internal medicine or family doctor for help!
Heart disease can be prevented! Do not let it happen to you, talk to your primary care doctor!
This video explains the many factors that have contributed to the obesity epidemic