We offer a wide variety of specialized medical providers to our patients at the Lakeview location to help limit the amount of travelling our patients may have to do for specialized medical care. We have a rotating list of specialists who come to the Specialty clinic on a schedule, including:
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We accept all insurance plans in the area. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Speak to your primary care provider for a referral.
Quality surgical services are readily accessible at Lake District Hospital. Our surgical staff are specially trained and certified in advanced life-saving procedures and practices. We offer a wide range of general and specialty procedures, and the list continues to expand. Some examples of surgeries performed routinely include: appendectomy, gallbladder removal, hernia repair, knee, foot and ankle surgery, hysterectomy, bladder slings, prostate & bladder surgery, c-section delivery, colonoscopy, gastroscopy, carpal tunnel repair and tonsillectomy.
We all know someone who has been stopped in his or her tracks by bone, muscle or joint pain. Musculoskeletal conditions and pain affect people at any time and any age, keeping people of all ages from working or enjoying life. The good news is that everyone—from the child with scoliosis to the person with traumatic injuries requiring limb-saving surgery—can benefit from the expertise of an orthopedic surgeon. There are treatment options that help people lead happier and more productive lives.
Orthopedic surgeons are devoted to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles.
An OB-GYN, or obstetrician-gynecologist, is a doctor who specializes in women’s health. The female body experiences many different biological functions, including menstruation, childbirth, and menopause. OB-GYNs provide care for all of this and more. Here’s a look at what they do and when you should consider seeing one.
Non invasive vascular diagnostic examinations can utilize ultrasound instruments or a pressure measuring technique known as ais plethysmography. Both of these modalities are painless and accurate and can assist your doctor in determining whether you have blood clots or clogged arteries.
Extremity Vascular Studies
This group of diagnostic examinations can determine whether pain in the legs or feet is caused by blood restriction or blood clots. Additional applications are used to identify the causes of leg and foot ulcers, weak pulses, cold or blue discoloration in the feet, calf pain that occurs when walking short distances and abnormal pulses anywhere.
Include Doppler insonation, B-mode colorflow and ultrasonic angiography of your head arteries for mini strokes, dizziness, migraines, vision changes, stroke or trauma to your head or neck.
Abdominal Vascular Studies
Include ultrasound examination of the aorta and its major branches and inferior vena cava for aneurysms, hypertensive renal disease, atherosclerosis, thrombosis, hypertension, edema and more.
If you or a loved one has a wound that does not heal, ask your doctor for a referral to our wound clinic at Lake District Hospital. We will develop a treatment plan unique to each patient’s needs to get the wound healed. We have experts in accelerated wound healing and extensive management of chronic wounds in diabetics. All our treatment options are constantly evaluated to make certain that all of our patients receive the best possible care.
Generally, wound healing is an orderly process with a predictable time course. When wounds do not follow this pattern, underlying issues, such as infection, reduced blood supply to the affected area or a combination or other factor, need to be resolved to achieve healing.
Common Reasons for ordering wound care:
- Wounds that are slow to heal
- Surgical wounds that are slow to heal
- Diabetic Ulcers
- Ischemic Ulcers
- Venous Leg Ulcers
- Expanding Wounds
- Chronic Wounds
- Recurrent Wounds
- Lymphedema Ulcers
- Infected wounds
- Pressure/ Bed Sore Ulcers/ Decubitus