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At Moyo specialized clinic we have eight (8) family doctors to take care of your entire family, visit our clinic to enroll your family with a family physician.
1) Family physicians oversee your preventive care:
• Educating patients in disease prevention and health maintenance is one of the biggest functions a family doctor performs. They care for your entire being, including your mental and emotional needs. This might take the form of helping you with:
• Stress relief and anger management techniques
Weight control and nutritional counseling, Fertility testing and counseling Suggesting the best forms of physical exercise for your fitness level.
2) Family physicians are experts at managing common complaints:
• When a child has a flu virus, or you feel like you’re coming down with another
bladder infection, your family doctor is your go-to medical resource for the appropriate prescription medication. If your child needs immunizations for school or camp, or you have concerns about your child’s physical growth rate, your family doctor is your first stop.
3) Family physicians diagnose emerging conditions:
Because they provide treatment to you and your family over long periods of time, family physicians know your medical history very well. They know what’s “normal” for you, and are often the first person you confide in when you experience new or unusual symptoms. Family doctors are often the first to screen you for early signs of serious diseases such as cancer, and often they’re the first to detect emerging conditions.
4) Family physicians manage chronic illness:
• Stroke, heart disease, asthma, diabetes and cancer are some of the most common chronic and degenerative conditions managed by family physicians.
5) Family physicians are the quarterbacks of your health care team:
• They coordinate on your behalf with rehabilitation and occupational
therapists, mental health workers, pharmacists, social workers and other health care providers.
• They refer you to a specialist if your condition becomes serious and requires a more concentrated focus, but they stay involved and informed, acting as your primary care physicia