Las Vegas Long Covid Blood Tests & Recovery, Telehealth Treatment Update

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In Good Health Professional Corporation (702-522-1034) has expanded its Long Covid diagnoses and treatment services In Las Vegas based on new standards proposed by recent research.

The recent update from In Good Health Professional Corporation comes as a result of research done by the practice’s lead practitioner, Dr. Sharon, proving the success of diagnosing Long Covid through the use of blood tests and imaging.

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Alongside more accurate diagnoses of Long Covid, the Las Vegas practice’s service expansion also sees them provide personalized telehealth services for both preventing and treating the condition.

While the world seems to be mostly recovering from the immediate threat of the pandemic, there are many individuals who caught the virus and are now suffering from ongoing symptoms caused by Long Covid. Furthermore, as the data available regarding Long Covid is scarce, finding new ways to diagnose and treat it is crucial for helping sufferers recover. The research done by Dr. Sharon from In Good Health Professional Corporation offers a possible solution.

As Dr. Sharon explains, the long-term symptoms of Covid can range from continuous feelings of fatigue, fever, chest pains, and muscle weakness to more serious complications, such as autoimmune diseases, renal hypertension, and blood clotting. However, as there is currently no recognized standard for diagnosing the condition, it can be difficult for medical professionals to know when to assign treatment.

The research conducted by In Good Health Professional Corporation has suggested that there are several tests that can help determine the likelihood of an individual having Long Covid. These tests include checking blood counts, metabolic panels, cytokine panels, coagulation studies, chest x-rays, kidney MRIs, and SARS-CoV-2 antibodies.

Based in Las Vegas, the practice is using these tests to help diagnose and treat patients depending on their symptoms. The team’s primary care services are also available for treating conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and other chronic diseases.

Patients can arrange for in-person appointments at the practice’s North Las Vegas office or from the comfort of their own homes through an online telehealth service.

Speaking of their work, Dr. Sharon said, “We have devised treatment plans for people suffering from Long Covid. We are monitoring their health statuses and order imaging and blood tests to help determine the level of autoimmune inflammation and risks of further complications.”

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