Allows your doctor to understand your symptoms in the context of your family’s medical history.
Gives your doctor information that he or she needs to understand medical problems you’ve experienced in the past, how your body responded to the surgery or medication, and how that history might be affecting your present health problems.
Provides your doctor with important information about past experiences and situations that may be still impacting your health.
Work and Recreational Activities
Can provide positive opportunities for social support and physical exercise; however, work can also represent exposure to environmental toxins and situational stress.
Physical Exercise Habits
Are important in keeping the body healthy, although they can also put a strain on the musculoskeletal system.
Sophisticated Blood Tests
Indicate whether you have an infection, anemia, allergies, a proper electrolyte balance, and proper kidney and liver functioning, among many other functions.
Reports on blood in the urine, as well as any inflammation, bacteria or infection.
Sleep History/Sleep Disorder Study*
Provides your doctor with information about your sleeping habits and problems. At first glance, sleep may not seem to be related to your medical problems, but upon examination, it may be profoundly affecting your health.
Emotional Well-Being Assessment
Allows your physician to understand your emotional life – including how your medical problems may have affected your ability to work, engage in relationships, and enjoy recreational activities. It is important for your physician to know if chronic illness has undermined your self-esteem or if emotional problems have contributed to your physical problems.
Stress Management and Current Pain Level Evaluation
Provides information about important factors that might affect your diagnosis and treatment.
* When a sleep study is necessary, we provide trusted outside referrals.