As we embark on a new year of opportunities, possibilities, and inspiration, 2021 is the best time to take advantage of this new energy and take control of your health with Atlanta Medical Clinic!
To all our current and future patients: the team at Atlanta Medical Clinic is always dedicated to your health and wellbeing.
With that said, we have several clinic practices in place that we are engaging in to ensure the health and safety of those visiting our clinic for treatment, including:
On behalf of everyone at Atlanta Medical Clinic, we wanted to share our thoughts and feelings as 2020 comes to a close.
To our dear patients, clients, friends, and family members – we know how challenging 2020 has been for everyone. Closures, layoffs, and other stresses pushed many people to their limit as the coronavirus took its grip across the world.
Foot pain is something that many people experience more often than not during their lifetime. It is a health condition caused by a number of factors such as an injury or properly fitting shoes.
Do you ever get achy, restless feelings in your feet and legs that get worse when you lay down? The answer might be that you suffer from venous insufficiency. Venous insufficiency is the malfunction or failure of the venous walls that causes abnormal blood flow. Venous insufficiency can also occur when the venous valves in systemic circulation are damaged or malfunction. This type of insufficiency is referred to as “idiopathic,” which means it can occur suddenly or have an unknown cause. Here’s more information regarding damaged veins, its symptoms, and causes.
In a nutshell, diabetes is in a metabolic condition that affects the way our bodies can convert food into energy. Why is this problematic for the some 100 million Americans suffering from the disease every day? It’s because this resistance to converting sugar into energy can cause other health problems that impact our eyesight, our veins and circulatory system, and our ability to heal wounds on our skin, hands, legs, and toes.
Here are five lifestyle changes you can make to help your diabetes better from the experts at Atlanta Medical Clinic:
For the millions of Americans struggling to manage their Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, there is a new treatment plan that may help! At Atlanta Medical Clinic, we have become involved in the diabetic community for several years, through advanced wound care and neuropathy treatment options and now a breakthrough therapy that treats the disease itself, not just the symptoms.
Atlanta Medical Clinic has a history of pursuing a very specific goal: to provide the best possible care and service to our patients.
We have recently earned our second accreditation with HQAA. HQAA is recognized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), the largest health care insurance provider in the United States.
The accreditation process takes several months and ensures that our clinic maintains the highest standards of compliance and organizational excellence in everything we do.
At Atlanta Medical Clinic, the wellbeing and safety of our patients is of utmost importance. It always has, and always will be the reason we opened our doors so many years ago – to improve the lives of everyone we can.
During this difficult time, Atlanta Medical Clinic wants our patients to know we are here for you.
- If you’re in pain, we’re here to help.
- If you have questions, we’re here to answer them.
- And if you need treatment, we’re here to provide it.
To that end, while taking additional precautions, we now are offering new ways in which we can assist you in this time of crisis.
During this time we are willing and able to see patients outside our usual scope of treatment to care for most types of injury. We want to offer this solution so that patients are able to avoid going to the emergency room, where there’s a much higher risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Video Consultations Are Now Available
If you have questions, are in pain, or need our medical attention in any way – we want you to know we are here for you. To that end, we are offering video consultations for all existing patients. Simply call the main number, and a member of our staff will make the arrangements for you to speak with one of our medical professionals.
We Are Still Seeing Patients
During this time, we are still OPEN and serving our patients with extra precautions in place to minimize the risk of COVID-19.
We want to underline the efforts we undergo to maintain the cleanliness and sanitation of our facilities, along with methods of social distancing to protect all patients:
- We strictly limit the number of people in the clinic at any one time, and schedule accordingly.
- We ask that friends and family members wait outside during your visit.
- Anyone with a temperature is asked to cancel their appointment
- Our staff is regularly disinfecting surfaces, counters, seats, and door handles throughout the day
- Daily sanitation and disinfection of all equipment with professional-grade antibacterial cleaner
- Used masks, syringes, wipes, gloves, and tissues are removed safely and are disposed of daily
- Hand sanitizer is available in locations throughout our establishment
If you aren’t feeling well, please cancel your appointment with no penalty.
We appreciate your cooperation as we take these proactive steps to take care of each other and ourselves. We will update our website daily. For the most up-to-date information regarding coronavirus, visit the WHO or CDC website.
Diabetics: Boost your metabolism at home with our latest supplement! AMC is now offering an advanced supplement especially made for the needs of diabetics: Metab360TM is a dietary supplement consisting of natural products and beneficial ingredients like Alpha Lipoic Acid, Vitamin B12, Coenzyme Q10, and more to help your metabolism to re-establish itself to its peak state. Call us at 404.872.8837 to learn more!
Living with diabetes means that you must learn how to make choices with your medical condition in mind. While many people think that they have to make major changes, but even the smaller ones add up when you want to live a healthier lifestyle. If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, these changes will likely be beneficial for you.