Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine in Katy, TX

Doctors who practice internal medicine are trained to treat common illnesses like the cold or flu, chronic conditions like diabetes as well as complex diseases. The primary goal of our medical practice is to provide a full array of primary care services in a compassionate manner while using the latest technology.

Please contact our internal medicine doctor near you to learn more about our diagnostic and healthcare services.

What Is Internal Medicine?

Internal medicine doctors (also called internists) study and train for several years and combine their expertise in pathology, disease, and physiology (a study of how the body functions) to provide personalized medical care. While treating a disease, Dr. Laxman Kalvakuntla examines the systems in the body as a whole before determining suitable treatment.

Internal Medicine Services in Katy, TX

We offer an extensive range of in-office imaging services, treatments, and tests at the Katy Primary Care Clinic. Our internal medicine services near you include treatment of:

Diabetes

Our experienced doctor of internal medicine in Katy, TX, treats type I, type II, and gestational diabetes. Patients who are overweight or have a family history may be at a higher risk of developing diabetes.

Symptoms could include unusual thirst, hunger, loss of weight, fatigue, and slow-healing wounds.

High Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a waxy substance that is crucial in building body cells. However, excessive cholesterol results in fatty deposits in blood vessels and increases the risks of heart attacks. We may take a lipid panel or lipid profile to determine your cholesterol levels.

Blood Pressure

You may develop high blood pressure when blood pushes against arterial walls with greater force. If left untreated, it may result in stroke, heart disease, or an aneurysm (a bulging blood vessel that may rupture).

  • We also provide a host of other healthcare services, including:
  • EKG or ECG (electrocardiogram to monitor the regularity of heartbeat)
  • Nebulizers (to provide the lungs with medicated air)
  • Pulse oximetry (measuring the amount of oxygen in the blood)
  • Well-women checkups

If you feel unwell, please book a consultation with Dr. Laxman Kalvakuntla for internal medicine services near you.