Blood Pressure Management

Hypertension is high blood pressure, a chronic condition. It happens when the pressure inside your arteries is too high. This can be caused by various factors, such as being overweight or having a family history of hypertension.

Treatment for Hypertension at Vital Family Medicine.

Vitals Family Medicine is specialized in treating chronic conditions, such as hypertension. We help you understand what hypertension is and how it can be controlled. We have an in-house laboratory to check your blood pressure levels by testing your blood samples. We work with patients regularly, maintain the records and help them follow a healthy lifestyle to control the illness in the early stage to avoid medication.

To manage your hypertension, Vital family medicine staff coordinates with you in multiple levels of care, ensuring you receive the most comprehensive treatment possible.

How to manage your blood pressure?

It is essential to manage your blood pressure well so that you don’t develop any complications.

Here are some tips:

1) Eat healthy foods at regular times – choose carbohydrates like vegetables and whole grains rather than sugary snacks or processed carbs like white bread and pasta.

2) Exercise regularly – walking 30 minutes every day will help keep your blood sugar levels stable.

3)Check your blood pressure frequently – this will let you know if you need medication when only diet and exercises are not helping.

4) See your doctor regularly – this will ensure you get the proper diagnosis, like blood testing, and help you take medications if your blood pressure is not controlled.

How to manage your blood pressure?

It is essential to manage your blood pressure well so that you don’t develop any complications.

Here are some tips:

1) Eat healthy foods at regular times – choose carbohydrates like vegetables and whole grains rather than sugary snacks or processed carbs like white bread and pasta.

2) Exercise regularly – walking 30 minutes every day will help keep your blood sugar levels stable.

3)Check your blood pressure frequently – this will let you know if you need medication when only diet and exercises are not helping.

4) See your doctor regularly – this will ensure you get the proper diagnosis, like blood testing, and help you take medications if your blood pressure is not controlled.

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Immigration Physicals

At Vitals Medicine we help with your medical examination required by USCIS for any green card process within 2 visits. 

Diabetes/Cholesterol Management

At Vitals Family Medicine, we help you manage diabetes and keep tabs on your sugar and cholesterol levels. 

Vaccination and Immunization

At Vitals Family medicine we administer Vaccinations and Immunizations to our patients and manage the records.