Visits


Wellness

  • Review of your medical and family history
  • Developing or updating a list of current providers and prescriptions
  • Height, weight, blood pressure, and other routine measurements
  • Detection of any cognitive impairment
  • Personalized health advice
  • A list of risk factors and treatment options for you
  • A screening schedule (like a checklist) for appropriate preventive services. Get details about coverage for screenings, shots, and other preventive services.
  • Advance care planning

Sick Visit

When you don’t feel well, Kingsway Medical is available to address your illness.


Chronic Care Managment

Chronic conditions including Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart, Lung, Liver, and Kidney disease to mention a few are better treated with good planning and communication with your physician.


DOT Testing (Department of Transportation Test)

Medical exam for commercial drivers.


U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Physical

Form I-693


In House Labratory

CPL


School Sports Physical

UIL Sports Physical Form

 


Procedures and Tests



Osteoarthritis Management

Degenerative joint disease is a leading cause of disability in people over 50 years of age. It is can be a very debilitating form of arthritis in that it tends to affect the load-bearing joints, especially the hips and knees, that are crucial for normal movement.


Pap Smears

A Pap Smear is a test that is usually performed yearly after a woman turns 21 or becomes sexually active. The test is a simple, quick collection of cells. While a Pap Smear is not a diagnostic test for cervical cancer, it can detect any abnormalities which can then lead to further testing.

What to expect during a Pap Smear


Hearing Testing

We use the Ottogram system that provides an evaluation of the sensitivity of a person’s sense of hearing.


Diabetic Vision Testing

Detecting Diabetic Retinopathy in its early stages can prevent majority of vision loss cases.


Electrocardiogram

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 600,000 people in the United States die from heart disease each year, making it the leading cause of death for both men and women. Noting this, medical professionals often suggest that their aging patients or at-risk patients take an electrocardiogram, or EKG, test to check for signs of heart disease.

EKG tests are non-invasive, painless, safe and fast, and they help our doctors check things like heart rhythm and blood flow as well as diagnose previous heart attacks or anything else that seems abnormal. In the best case scenario, the EKG test confirms good heart health. However, if we see something abnormal, we will likely send you for further testing to get an idea of how to best treat or manage the issue.

How does an EKG test work?


Spirometry (Lung Function Testing)

Spirometry tests how well lungs are functioning. It measures how much air enters the lungs when a person inhales, how much air the patient exhales, and how quickly the patient inhales.

Kingsway Medical Center uses spirometry tests to diagnose asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and other lung conditions that affect breathing. A clinician at a medical center might also use spirometry to monitor a patient’s lung condition or determine how well treatment is working for that patient. Surgeons often order spirometry tests prior to performing surgery to make sure a patient’s breathing is healthy enough to undergo the rigors of a surgical procedure.

Before A Spirometry Test


Vestibular Auto-Rotation Test (Dizziness)

Signals from the inner ear continuously drive the eye muscles to coordinate eye movement with head movement. This coordination is necessary to have clear vision and balance. The communication between the ear and the eye is called the vestibular-ocular reflex (VOR). When the VOR is functioning properly, eye speed and timing are equal and opposite to those of the head.


Memory/Dementia Testing

Our brains change as we age, and we may often find ourselves forgetting the name of our neighbor or misplacing items such as our keys more often than usual. If you are concerned about your memory or that of a family member, Kingsway Medical Center can help. Dr. Adedeji and the entire team at Kingsway understand that the effective treatment of memory and dementia issues often relies on the early detection and diagnosis of the problem.

Evoke Neuroscience and the eVox System


Circulation Test (ABI)

Ankle Brachial Indicies (ABI) is a non-invasive testing of the peripheral vascular arterial flow to determine peripheral vascular disease (PVD), using blood pressure cuffs and Doppler ultrasound (Echocardiogram).

Call Kingsway Medical Center Today to Schedule Your Consultation

If you are concerned about changes to your memory, or that of a loved one, the eVox System can help us to provide timely and effective treatment. Call our office today at (915) 881-4155.