Migraine headaches are common concerns that cause severe headache, light and sound sensitivity, and nausea. Preventive migraine treatments can help to reduce the number and severity of migraine days.
For your safety, we do not treat acute migraine or prescribe medications that treat symptoms of current migraine such as sumatriptan and floricet. Our healthcare providers are only able to offer preventive medications for migraine.
Hypertension (high blood pressure) is a common health condition that can increase the risk for cardiovascular illness, including heart attack and stroke.
Normal blood pressure: Less than 130/80 mmHg.
Stage 1 hypertension: 130 to 139/80 to 89
Stage 2 hypertension: over 140/90
This page is for those patients who are newly diagnosed with hypertension or who are concerned they may have hypertension. If you need a medication refill for hypertension, visit our prescription refill page.
Minimize its risks by scheduling an online consultation for hypertension today.
High amounts of cholesterol in the blood can impede blood flow, increasing the risk for cardiovascular events.
We provide online consultation for high cholesterol to those patients who are newly diagnosed with high cholesterol or who are concerned they may have high cholesterol. If you need a medication refill for high cholesterol, visit our prescription refill page.
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic illness that affects the body’s ability to process blood sugar (glucose). Characterized by increase in thirst, more frequent urination, chronic tiredness (fatigue), changes in diet, weight loss or gain, frequent infections, and difficulty healing.
This page is for those patients who are newly diagnosed with diabetes or who are concerned they may have diabetes Type 2. If you need a medication refill for diabetes, visit our prescription refill page.
Asthma is a chronic condition that causes constriction of the airways, which makes it difficult to breathe normally. Asthma “attacks” are said to occur when a person experiences wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath related to their asthma.
We are only able to treat stable patients. For your safety, seek immediate, emergency medical attention if your asthma is not controlled on an inhaler or you’re experiencing severe asthmas symptoms, including prolonged attacks not improved with inhaler or chronic, productive cough.