Numbness, cramps, weakness, foot wounds, discoloration, and cold feet: They’re all warning signs of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD).
Thirty-two-year-old McCall Crihfield first saw a dermatologist about the spider veins in her legs.
In her 16 years of experience, Dr. Mehta has helped more than 20,000 patients with their smiles.
Since the beginning of COVID-19, East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry (EFBHNM) has provided tens of thousands of Fort Bend residents food and toiletry items to get them through this unprecedented time. Development Director Stacey Williams says, “We see at least one new family a week. And its often not who you would expect. So many in our community have been left without jobs or anywhere to turn this past year.”
When her 26-year-old daughter, Tiffany, was diagnosed with special needs at the age of two, Susan Baker turned to personal therapy for hope.
Injury, overuse and chronic medical conditions can cause pain and suffering of the spine, neck and nervous system. If you’re hurting, turn to the experts at the Houston Methodist Neuroscience & Spine Center at Sugar Land.
Sugar Land native Kevin Tran spent 15 years working in the finance industry. Two years ago, Andrew Cheng invited Kevin to join Clutch City Insurance where the primary focus is Medicare. Andrew is Kevin’s childhood friend and the Principal at Clutch City Insurance.
Dr. Michael Everson is the latest optometrist to join the Memorial Eye Center at Sugar Land family.
Rick Miller, Texas Representative for District 26, presented St. Michael’s Elite Hospital with a resolution in recognition of the exceptional care the facility has provided to patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dazzle your Valentine this Valentine’s Day by putting the pearl back into your pearly whites. Local dentist Dr. Thomas Lomonte, D.D.S. says
When Heather needed to be tested for COVID-19, she chose St. Michael’s Elite Hospital. She says, “I selected St. Michael’s because they have accessibility to rapid result testing. I needed my result the same day.
Sugar Land natives Jamie Fish and her husband live in Richmond with their two young sons...five year old Landon, and Ashton who just turned two. Ashton—a typical, active toddler—was taking a nap when Jamie heard him whining. She went in to see if he was okay and he had blood smeared on his face, coming from his nose.
IDr.Thomas Lomonte, D.D.S. in Stafford has been doing dental implants for many, many years. “They’re great,” says Dr. Lomonte. “"
To ensure success, companies must understand consumer perceptions and behaviors when coming out with new products and services. This is where market research comes in.
Are you wondering how to stay healthy during COVID-19? The team at Balanced Body Functional Medicine—including founder and physician Dr. Julia Ward, nutritionist Karen Looney, patient care coordinator Kris Green, and office manager Michelle Sweet and Sharon Sweet—is here to help!
For 30 years, East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry (EFBHNM) has served the basic human needs of families in our community in temporary financial crisis. Programs include a food pantry, a financial assistance program, and Tri-City Churches Resale Shop.
We’re all feeling it. In some way, each of our lives has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. Closed restaurants, distance learning in schools, canceled concerts. Perhaps you’ve even experienced a telehealth doctor visit as a direct result of the pandemic. What Will Be After COVID-19?
Since its founding in 1990, East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry (EFBHNM) has been serving the basic human needs of families in our community in temporary financial crisis.
“I firmly believe that if you really want to make a difference in the world,” says Dr. Thomas Lomonte, D.D.S. of Stafford, “you need to reach out to the young people in your community."
"Many insurance policies run on a calendar year instead of a fiscal one,” says Dr. Thomas Lomonte, D.D.S. of Stafford. “That means the slate gets wiped clean on January 1st. Use it or lose it."
When Marcus and Jana Brown Tyler opened Jana Brown Centerstage back in 2007, it was a stepping stone to a bigger dream—
"I had braces myself as a teenager, and was determined to pursue a life in orthodontics helping people smile confidently."
SUGAR LAND FACE AND BODY - As the only practice in the area to combine dermatology and plastic surgery, Houston Dermatology and Plastic Surgery has grown to two conveniently located offices. Plastic surgeon and founder Dr. Eric Humble and dermatologist Dr. Filiberto Cedeno Laurent have joined forces. This duo maintains a clear focus on high-quality patient care and satisfaction by providing comprehensive dermatologic and plastic surgery services.
When Jen Watson’s son Ty was in 3rd grade, he was struggling. “Reading was tough, but the school didn’t think he was old enough for a dyslexia test,” says Jen. “We started EduCoachNow (ECN)--the tutoring program at KnILE Center--where founder Betsy de Vega thought otherwise. Betsy recommended a doctor and we got a diagnosis of severe dyslexia.”
At seventy-eight, Sibyl Kirby has had her share of medical issues. Most recently she found herself fighting a losing battle. Both of her legs were red, swollen and weeping and nothing she did seemed to help. After consulting one specialist, she did not see any improvement; so she asked Dr. Darcourt for a referral, and he recommended Dr. Ulises Baltazar.
Back in 2000, Compressor Engineering Corporation President Richard Hotze had LASIK surgery. “It should have never been done,” says Richard. “That year, I had LASIK twice and radial keratotomy surgery once. At the end of the ordeal, my eyes were screwed up so bad I was wearing a soft contact piggybacked with a hard contact plus glasses just to be able to see.”>
During the 84th Texas Legislative Session, there was a bill passed to cut $350 million from therapy services given through the Texas Medicaid program which serves medically fragile children with disabilities.
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and Dr. Rachel Ellsworth, head of Colon and Rectal Surgery at our very own Houston Methodist West Hospital, is asking you to “Check Your Backside!” “We are proud to be part of the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable’s ‘80% by 2018’ initiative,” says Dr. Ellsworth. That means 80% of adults aged 50 and older will be regularly screened for colorectal cancer by 2018.