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Allied Medical Center provides comprehensive one-stop Family Medicine Services for the whole family. Family Medicine involves the widest scope of healthcare for clients of all ages seeking to maintain optimal health with a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of acute or chronic health issues such as diabetes, hypertension, lipid disorders, thyroid disorders, infectious diseases, asthma, depression and anxiety, back pain or arthritis. Family Medicine also includes many basic maternal and child health care services, such as family planning services, vaccinations, diagnosis and management of allergies as well as diet and weight control management.

Specialised services include, but not limited to:

If you or someone you love suffers from allergies or asthma, you know first-hand how difficult it can be to manage symptoms such as difficulty breathing, itchy eyes or a runny nose.

Full allergy profiles and skin prick testing is available to identify the extent of your allergies.

There are many different types of metabolic disorders—some are relatively minor, others are more serious, which can become life threatening.

Types of Metabolic Disorders include obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and gastric reflux.

Most people are unaware that cardiac disease, lupus, reproductive difficulties, diabetes, arthritis as well as many other health issues are associated with a poor functioning thyroid gland. Research has shown that early thyroid assessment can, in many cases, reduce the incidence or severity of these high profile diseases.

There are many types of thyroid disease. However, the main conditions present in most thyroid illnesses are hypothyroidism (thyroid under activity) and hyperthyroidism (thyroid over activity).

Thyroid hormone controls many activities in your body, including how fast you burn calories and how fast your heart beats. Diseases of the thyroid cause it to make either too much or too little of the hormone. Depending on how much or how little hormone your thyroid makes, you may often feel restless or tired, or you may lose or gain weight. Women are more likely than men to have thyroid diseases, especially right after pregnancy and after menopause.

Are you curious to know if what you eat can make you ill? Yes, you can have too much of a good thing!

It is known that food can cause many different types of reactions in the body. These may be evident in the skin (such as hives, rashes, itchiness, or swellings); the gut (such as reflux, vomiting, tummy pains, wind, diarrhoea, and constipation); when breathing (such as shortness of breath or a tight chest) or through generally feeling unwell.

Some people put up with symptoms for years, which could get better if the foods causing these symptoms were cut out of the diet.

Identifying the food trigger or triggers and a sensible management plan can allow life to be very different for the intolerance sufferer.

Tests are only part of obtaining a diagnosis – a thorough review of the person’s clinical history, an informed interpretation of tests in light of this and a nutritional plan is essential in making a difference.

Managing chronic fatigue syndrome can be as complex as the illness itself. There is no cure, no prescription drugs have been developed specifically for CFS, and symptoms can vary a lot over time. Thus, people with CFS should closely monitor their health and let their Clinician know of any changes; and Clinicians should regularly monitor their patients' conditions and change treatment strategies, as needed.

Vitamin deficiencies usually develop slowly over several months to years. Vitamin deficiency symptoms may be subtle at first, but they increase as the deficiency worsens.

Osteoporosis is a silent disease in which bones become fragile and more likely to break. It occurs due to mineral deficiency, particularly calcium, in your bones and can lead to disabling bone fractures. It can be the cause of back pain and should be diagnosed before compression fractures occur.

Auto immune disease occurs when your immune system attacks and destroys healthy body tissue by mistake. There are more than 80 types of auto immune disorders. Most autoimmune diseases are chronic, but many can be controlled with treatment.

Our Internal Medicine Specialists are trained in the diagnosis and management of autoimmune disease and will work out an effective treatment plan for you, so you can still enjoy life to the fullest.

You may have heard of a lot of people you know having flu and been surprised to learn that so many people living in Dubai are still affected each year by seasonal flu – despite the sunny conditions and relatively mild winter.

Autumn is the season for cooler weather, but it is also the season for respiratory infections. The best thing what you can do for yourself and for your loved ones is to protect them from getting winter respiratory illnesses such as swine flu, common colds and other winter viruses.

Influenza is viral and is transmitted very easily. Disease can range from a simple cold to more serious problems like pneumonia. It is recommended for everyone to have flu vaccine. However, there are people who are more at risk, such as:

  • Children, especially younger than 5 years
  • Adults 65 years of age and older
  • Smokers
  • Care giver for a child or patient
  • People with medical conditions including:

    Respiratory illnesses (bronchitis, emphysema)

    Kidney disease

    Multiple sclerosis or other neurological problems

    Liver disease

    Decreased immunity due to disease or treatment (steroids, chemotherapy, etc)

    Diabetes (I and II types)

Safety: The seasonal flu vaccine is very safe, has not known side effects

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    8am - 8pm
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    8am - 7pm
  • Tuesday
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  • Wednesday
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  • Thursday
    8am - 7pm
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    8am - 7pm

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