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Family Medicine Center
2900 East 29th St.
Bryan, TX 77802
Phone: (979) 776 - 8440
Fax: (979) 776 - 6905
Family Medicine Services
Physicians: Rae Adams, M.D., Rebecca Burson, M.D., Nancy W. Dickey, M.D., Katie Jo Fuller, D.O., Kory Gill, D.O., Anna Lichorad, M.D., David A. McClellan, M.D., Robert Pope, M.D., Irvin Sabrsula, M.D.
Services & Procedures
Lab in Office: Fast, Convenient, Comprehensive
Because the Texas A&M Physicians lab is located on-site, it offers faster, more convenient and comprehensive testing services. Your lab work stays right at the doctor's office, and depending on the type of lab work, results can be determined in a matter of hours rather than days.
- Urine and drug screening
- Cholesterol screening
- Glucose testing
Endoscopy refers to the use of an endoscope, an instrument used to examine the interior of a hollow organ or cavity of the body. Unlike most other medical imaging devices, endoscopes are inserted directly into the organ.
Digital computerized radiography allows the staff to examine and evaluate bones and organs to determine the best treatment. An x-ray is painless and takes only a few seconds.
Sound waves are focused on an area of the body. As they bounce back to a handheld receiver, they produce images of what's inside your body. An ultrasound is painless and, depending on the type of exam, may take 15-45 minutes.
- Vascular: How are your blood vessels working? Are they blocked or impaired in any way?
- Obstetrical: Doctors use this ultrasound to monitor the progress of a growing baby in the womb. Regular obstetrical ultrasounds alert the doctors to any possible issues and make sure that your baby is growing normally.
- Orthopedic: Are your bones, ligaments and muscles interacting correctly? If you experience pain during movement, an orthopedic ultrasound may help diagnose the problem.
Women's Health: Obstetrical and Gynecological Care
Key to any woman's or expectant mother's health is adequate obstetrical and gynecological care. Regular gynecological exams, PAP smears, breast exams and prenatal care are all part of OB/GYN.
Pregnancy Care & Delivery
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that more than 1.3 million American women experience some kind of pregnancy-related complication each year. Those mothers who don't get adequate prenatal care run the risk that such complications will go undetected or won't be dealt with soon enough. The sooner you begin receiving medical care during pregnancy, the better your chances of ensuring your own health and that of your baby. During regular check-ups, your doctor will monitor the growth of the baby, check for any abnormalities and monitor your health.
Physical Exams & Stress Tests
To make sure that your body can adequately handle physical stress, employers, athletic teams and your physician may require a physical exam and/or a stress test. Employers want to make sure that you can do a job safely. Athletic teams also require back-to-school physical exams before getting on the field. Physicians use physical exams and stress test to assess your body and detect underlying issues. Whether it's a pre-employment screening, a back-to-school physical exam or a diagnostic stress test, you can get it done here.
Steroid Injections for Pain Relief
Steroids (short for corticosteroids) are synthetic drugs that closely resemble cortisol, a hormone that your adrenal glands produce naturally. Steroids decrease inflammation and are used to treat a variety of inflammatory diseases and conditions. Injecting steroids into one or two local areas of inflammation allows doctors to deliver a high dose of medication directly to the problem area.
Geriatric care addresses the complex needs of older people, focusing on health promotion and the prevention and treatment of disease and disability. Elderly patients have unique health concerns, with many health issues occurring at once in a patient. Additionally, elderly patients often react differently than younger patients when they become ill. Therefore, a doctor will create a health plan that addresses these unique needs.
- Colonoscopy: A colonoscopy uses a special scope to examine your colon for polyps, pre-cancerous and cancerous growths.
- Dermatological Surgery: Moles, warts and cysts can be removed by surgery or cryosurgery (freezing with liquid nitrogen).
- EGD: An esophagogastroduodenoscopy, or EGD, is an examination of the lining of the esophagus, stomach and upper duodenum with an endoscope which is inserted down the throat.
- Pulmonary Function Test: Used to determine lung condition and screen for lung diseases, a pulmonary function test measures how much air and how quickly air can be moved in and out of the lungs.
- Vasectomy: An in-house procedure that takes about an hour, a vasectomy involves numbing of the scrotum after which one or two small incisions are made, allowing a surgeon to cut and seal the vasa deferentia to prevent sperm from entering the seminal stream.