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Internal Medicine And Family Practice in Humble TX

Wellspire Medical Group is the solution for families and individuals seeking out the highest quality Internal Medicine and Family Practice in Humble, TX. We make it our mission to ensure comfort and offer uncompromising attention to detail when it comes to delivering medical care for our patients.

Wellspire’s Internal Medicine and Family Practice in Humble, TX specializes in chronic disease management, monitoring services, in-office procedures and immunizations. We know whether you are coming into our practice for a routine physical, to have a wound treated, receive a vaccination or any other service we provide that it can be a source of anxiety for some patients. Our promise is to be as accommodating as possible every step of the way and to make your visit with us a pleasant one.

  • Services
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Monitoring Services
  • Procedures
  • Immunizations
Preventative Medical Care
The focus of preventive medical care is to monitor and track your current health and take measures for disease prevention now to avoid having to treat developed diseases in the future.

New Patient Appointments
According to Merritt Hawkins 2017 survey, it now takes an average of 24 days for a consumer to make an initial appointment with a physician in the 15 large urban areas. At Wellspire Medical Group, a premiere medical clinic in Humble and Atascocita areas of Houston, we make it easier to contact us for an appointment. Using Chat, online forms, phone, and patient portals, we will reduce your contact time to our clinics..
Well Woman Exam
It’s recommended that women have an annual well woman exam to check their reproductive organs. It’s important to have these exams regularly that way if there is an issue it is detected early on and is easier to manage.
Physicals
Physical exams are required to play most sports and may be required from employers of physically demanding jobs. The purpose of a physical exam is to gauge your overall health and verify that you don’t have any unknown medical conditions.
Sick Visits
The entire team at Wellspire Medical Group at our clinics in Humble and Atascocita TX will help expedite your sick visit to our medical clinic. We will reduce your wait time in the waiting room and provide an electronic prescription to the pharmacy in seconds. We reserve a significant portion of each day to sick visits to accommodate you and your family.
Hospital Follow Up
Scheduling post-discharge hospital follow-up appointment is integral to good care. At Wellspire Medical Group, we believe that engaging patients and their caregivers is a critical element of a safe and effective transition. Our process of scheduling and securing high these appointments are part of our patient-care work flow.
Chronic Disease Management
As the age of our population continually increases, so do the prevalence and risk of chronic diseases and conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, kidney disease, stroke, and urinary-tract infections. You can have a significant impact on your health care by using tools that deliver immediate results. Wellspire Medical Group offers a wide spectrum of point-of-care (POC) tests that can help you better manage your chronic diseases.

Diabetes
Diabetes is a serious disease that plaques millions of people all around the world. With the proper monitoring of lifestyle choices, diet and medication it’s side effects can be minimized, allowing you to live a happier and healthy life

Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary artery disease (called CAD for short) is the leading cause of death in men and women. It happens when your coronary arteries—which act like fuel lines to supply blood to the heart—become damaged or diseased. You are more likely to develop CAD and other heart problems if you are overweight; smoke; have diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol or don’t exercise regularly.
Congestive Heart Failure
Management of Congestive Heart Failure is handled on a case to case basis. It may include adjusting your lifestyle, exploring potential factors to reverse some of the issues, finding proper medication, preparing you for a transplant or a mechanical solution.
Hypertension
The main focus of managing hypertension is to lower blood pressure levels to a safe range to avoid any serious impact on your brain, heart and kidneys. When high blood pressure is treated it has the potential to reduce chances of heart failure, strokes and heart attacks
Hyperlipidemia
What is hyperlipidemia? It’s the medical term for having elevated lipid (fat) levels in the blood. To put it in terms you’re likely familiar with — if you have hyperlipidemia then you have high levels of both cholesterol and triglycerides. It’s a chronic condition but can be reversed in most cases through healthy eating and regular exercise. Lifestyle changes including diet and exercise are key to avoid or improve hyperlipidemia.
Kidney Disease
Kidney disease is a hereditary and nonhereditary disorder that affect the kidney. Diabetes mellitus and high blood pressure are important risk factors for kidney disease. Because kidney disease often has no symptoms, it can go unnoticed until it is very advanced. Living a healthy lifestyle can go a long way towards reducing risk if kidney disease.  Early detection and treatment can slow or prevent the progression.

Asthma
While there is not a cure for asthma, knowing your triggers and taking the right medications consistently can effectively keep the symptoms under control, allowing you to maintain a normal lifestyle.

EKG
Also known as an electrocardiogram, EKGs are used to measure the status of your heart and check for heart disease or any other irregularity using small electrode patches that are attached to your chest and limbs.
Holter Monitor
Very similar to EKGs, Holter Monitors are small electrode’s that are attached to your body to monitor the health and activity of your heart but unlike an EKG these tests are generally recording for 24-48 hours at a time.
Spirometry
These are tests designed to measure the health, capability and risk factors involved with your lungs. Often these tests are required before surgery to ensure the reward outweighs the risk for your future procedure. 
Hemoglobin A1C and Fasting Blood Sugar
It is recommended that diabetics should have A1C testing done a couple of times a year, unless directed to do so more frequently. This test measures your body’s average blood glucose levels over the past 2-3 moths. Fasting blood sugar levels give you a more immediate and current reading on your glucose levels.
Blood Pressure
It can be damaging to your health for your blood pressure to rise too high (hypertension) or drop too low (hypotension). Regularly monitoring your blood pressure allows you to track your range, gauge your health and address any issues that may be related.

Routine Lab Services
Routine lab services are medical tests that assist physicians in diagnosing a condition or checking how your care is progressing. At Wellspire Medical Group, you can rest assured that you’re in expert hands at our two medical clinic locations (Humble and Atascocita). We have garnered a reputation for excellence by constantly improving our services.
Ear Irrigation
Our ears naturally produce wax to keep them lubricated and safe from foreign particles that have the potential to grow bacteria. Sometimes ears produce an excess of wax which causes it’s own set of issues and can be a source of discomfort. Ear irrigation is a simple procedure designed to remove the excess build up in your ear.

Sutures for minor lacerations
Sutures, also known as stitches are used to sew lacerations of the skin closed. Sutures are safe to use in almost every area of the body and allows the skin to come together and heal naturally, making them the leading choice for handling cuts and lacerations.
Mole removal
Moles are small, dark, skin growths that can be flat or raised. There are several reasons people seek out mole removal. It can be done as a cosmetic procedure, to stop skin irritation, or as a preventive measure against cancer. As an adult if you ever notice a new mole- or notice an existing mole has changed shape or color, it should be examined.

Abscess incision and drainage
When pressure or pus build up under the skin in the form of a boil or abscess it can cause discomfort and impede the healing time of the irritation. An incision or puncture can be made to the affected area with a sharp needle, scalpel or lancet to drain the trapped fluid and release the pressure.
Pneumonia
The pneumonia vaccination does more than protect you against pneumonia. It also protects you against bacteremia, which is bacteria in your blood stream and meningitis which affects the lining of your brain and spinal cord. People over 65 are especially susceptible to these issues and stand the most to gain by getting vaccinated.

Prevnar 13
Prevnar 13 vaccine is used to prevent infection caused by pneumococcal bacteria. Prevnar 13 contains 13 different types of pneumococcal bacteria. Pneumococcal disease is a serious infection caused by a bacteria. Pneumococcal bacteria can infect the sinuses and inner ear. It can also infect the lungs, blood, and brain, and these conditions can be fatal.
Flu Shots
The Flu Shot is designed to protect you against infection from the influenza virus. The influenza virus is very resilient and forever evolving so a new version of the vaccine is developed twice a year to provide the best chance of protection.
Tetanus
Tetanus is a serious and painful disease that causes tightening muscle spasms. It is also known as “lock-jaw,” because when it is in an advanced stage it can cause the jaw to lock interfering with a person’s ability to open their mouth or swallow. Five doses of the vaccine are recommended in children, with another as an adolescent and then again once every ten years for adults.
Pertussis
Pertussis vaccine protects against whooping cough which is a highly contagious bacterial disease that in some cases can be deadly. It is highly recommended for pregnant women and small children to receive the vaccination.

Meningococcal Meningitis
Most patients with meningococcal meningitis, caused by the gram-negative diplococcus Neisseria meningitidis, recover completely if appropriate antibiotic therapy is instituted promptly. Antibiotic therapy is essential when the diagnosis of bacterial meningitis is suspected. Surgical interventions may be necessary for the management of complications.

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