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.
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.
Great medical care can be hard to come by. At Atlanta Medical Clinic, we have a passion for helping the members of our community reach their healthiest selves. We focus on three aspects of care: accurate diagnosis, balanced medical interventions and effective treatments that produce results. Together, our team changes the lives of our patients: It’s the AMC Way.
Back pain can be a debilitating condition that affects every aspect of your life. Because it involves the spine, which is the central axis of the body, everything from head to toe can be affected when pain, inflammation and stiffness radiate outward from the joints in this space. Many people think that back pain comes from an injury, but there are many surprising causes to consider. Here are some of the most effective ways for the medical team at Atlanta Medical Clinic to provide relief and pain management
Diabetes diagnoses are rising at epidemic rates, nearly doubling to almost 10% of the American population since the 1980s. Still another 85 million are living with pre-diabetic conditions, which can lead to the disease within 5 years. While many of us know about complications related to diabetes, like metabolic disorders, increased risk for heart attacks and stroke, kidney failure, and retinopathy which can lead to blindness, there isn’t as much understanding around issues like venous insufficiency and diabetic wounds. What causes diabetic wounds, and why is ignoring them so dangerous?
Getting enough sleep is a vital part of any healthy routine. But if you’re experiencing uncomfortable tingling, burning, and an irresistible urge to move your legs, sleep can feel nearly impossible.
Restless Leg Syndrome, or RLS, is just how it sounds: a neurological disorder that causes unpleasant sensations in the legs and the urge to keep moving them. It’s estimated that one in ten American adults are affected by restless legs, making it one of the most common sleep disorders in general.
The reason why Atlanta Medical Clinic exists is simple: the founders wanted to build a place of healing and empowerment, and a world-class treatment center for our patients. Over the years, we have expanded our services to include different forms of minimally-invasive treatments and therapies to help our patients get relief from pain and get back to the activities they love. The next frontier for Atlanta Medical Clinic is expanding into the arena of diabetic wound care – a potentially life-saving treatment supporting the diabetic patients in our community.