Internal medicine involves an array of conditions that affect your internal organs, such as the brain, spine, central nervous system, heart, lungs, muscles, kidneys, urinary tract, liver, intestines, even your joints. And while some diseases affect individual organs, the majority of illnesses affect internal organs. A doctor who specializes in internal medicine, an internist, has expertise in recognizing a range of diseases.
At Englington Medical, P. C., we diagnose and treat many different conditions, including but not limited to the following:
Internists oversee the general health of adult patients, which includes managing common medical conditions and disease. Internists undergo comprehensive and intensive training for their approach to healthcare. They learn how to diagnose, prevent and treat a serious of complex illnesses. Many also specialize in specific illnesses.
Any type of medical treatment includes risk. The internists at Englinton Medical, P.C., are willing to discuss risks with their patients. Be sure to discuss any concerns you may have with your doctor ahead of time. The staff at Englinton Medical, P.C., want you to leave the facility completely satisfied, and most of all, healthy.
In 2001, Englinton Medical, P.C., founded by Dr. A. Shusterman, D.O., provides services with innovative technologies and an integrated approach to diagnosing and treating various conditions. If you need internal medicine in Queens, visit Englinton Medical where you will gain access to specialists in chiropractic, neurology, pain management, orthopedic surgery and more. Englinton Medical, P.C., also has on staff physical therapists and massage therapists to help patients achieve their health goals.
Englinton Medical, P.C., accepts most insurance, including Medicare, and union health plans. Our specialists treat patients with all types of injuries, including auto accidents and work injuries. They can also help you in recovery. Englinton Medical also has built a designated network to work with attorneys and other medical specialists to provide the best possible care to patients. In addition, our staff speaks many languages, including Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, Fillipino and others. We attend to your every need.
Clearance. Receiving a positive assessment for an operation is called preoperative clearance. An internist (a specialist) conducts the assessment to make sure a patient’s medical condition reveals no previously unrecognized diseases. This ensures the patient is in the best state of health possible before the procedure. This assessment helps the internists decide whether or not a patient is medically fit for surgery, including his or her category of risk. Preoperative clearance also helps a doctor identify the type of surgery a patient needs, saving time, money, and unnecessary surgery.
About us. At Englinton Medical our team of internists specializes in preventing, diagnosing, managing and treating diseases.