Procedures We Perform

We offer a variety of procedures to meet your medical needs, including diagnostic tests, surgical procedures, and other medical interventions. Our state-of-the-art equipment and technology ensure that we provide the highest quality care and accurate diagnoses.

Procedures We Perform

Procedures We Specialize In

Pulmonary Function Test

PFTs are a group of diagnostic tests used to evaluate how well the lungs are functioning. These tests are non-invasive and typically involve breathing into a machine that measures different aspects of lung function.

Home Sleep Test

It is a convenient and effective way to diagnose and treat sleep-related disorders from the comfort of your own home. It involves the use of a portable monitoring device that tracks your sleep patterns.

Excersice Oxygen Test

Also known as hyperoxia test, is a diagnostic procedure used to evaluate how well a person’s lungs are able to absorb and use oxygen. The test involves the administration of a high concentration of oxygen, typically 100%.

Nighttime Oxygen Testing

It is a diagnostic procedure used to monitor a person’s blood oxygen levels while they sleep. The test involves wearing a small device that measures blood oxygen levels and other vital signs throughout the night.

Allergy Testing

Allergy testing is a diagnostic technique used to determine what substances trigger an allergic reaction in an individual. Allergies can cause a wide range of symptoms, from mild discomfort to life-threatening reactions.

Relaxation techniques

Relaxation techniques are a type of therapy used to treat insomnia and improve sleep quality. They involve training the mind and body to relax and reduce stress, which can help promote restful sleep.

Point-of-care Ultrasound of Lung

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is a revolutionary diagnostic tool that brings real-time imaging to the patient’s bedside, enhancing clinical decision-making and patient care.

Genetic Testing with Health & Disease Report

Analyzing an individual’s DNA to identify genetic variations or mutations that may increase their risk of developing certain health conditions and diseases.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

A medical device that is commonly used to treat sleep apnea. It delivers a continuous stream of air pressure through a mask that is worn over the nose or mouth

Weight Management

It refers to the process of achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight through a combination of healthy eating, regular physical activity, and other lifestyle modifications.

Stimulus Control Therapy

A behavioral therapy that is commonly used to treat insomnia. It is based on the principle that certain behaviors can either promote or interfere with sleep.