Assessment and management include but are not limited to:
Dentists aim to improve the quality of life for their patients by preventing and treating oral disorders.
Treatments include but are not limited to:
Patients are commonly seen for the following conditions:
An Endocrinologist assists in the prevention, diagnosis and management of diabetes and other hormonal conditions.
If you are experiencing extreme fatigue, weight-loss despite increased appetite, frequent urination, increased or reduced heart rate, sensitivity to cold and constipation or diarrhea, we encourage you to consult your doctor.
Endocrine conditions that we treat include:
Family physicians and internists apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness.
They manage a broad and comprehensive range of conditions and are not limited to one type of medical problem or organ system. If you have a health issue that requires specialized care, your family physician or internist will refer you to a doctor who provides the expertise you need.
Care provided by a Family Physician and Internist includes but is not limited to:
Gastroenterologists focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatments for conditions impacting the digestive and intestinal tracts and liver. If you are experiencing ongoing symptoms of abdominal pain, bloating, heartburn, nausea, diarrhea or constipation, unexplained anemia or weight loss, you should discuss them with doctor for further testing and diagnosis.
Treatments by a Gastroenterologist include but are not limited to:
Genetic testing involves examining your DNA; which is the set of instructions you inherit from your mother and your father, for your body’s functions.
Genetic tests may be used to identify increased risks of health problems, to choose treatments, or to assess responses to treatments. Nevertheless, if you’re a healthy person, a positive result from genetic testing doesn’t always mean you will develop a disease. On the other hand, in some situations, a negative result doesn’t guarantee that you won’t have a certain disorder.
What can you learn from testing?
There are many different types of genetic tests. Genetic tests can help to:
Genetic test results can be hard to understand, however specialists like geneticists and genetic counselors can help explain what results might mean to you and your family.
Because genetic testing tells you information about your DNA, which is shared with other family members, sometimes a genetic test result may have implications for blood relatives of the person who had testing.
Services we offer
Diagnostic testing is used to precisely identify the disease that is making a person ill. The results of a diagnostic test may help you make choices about how to treat or manage your health.
Carrier testing is used to find people who “carry” a change in a gene that is linked to disease. Carriers may show no signs of the disease; however, they have the ability to pass on the gene change to their children, who may develop the disease or become carriers themselves. Some diseases require a gene change to be inherited from both parents for the disease to occur. This type of testing usually is offered to people who have a family history of a specific inherited disease or who belong to certain ethnic groups that have a higher risk of specific inherited diseases.
Predictive and pre-symptomatic genetic tests are used to find gene changes that increase a person’s likelihood of developing diseases. The results of these tests provide you with information about your risk of developing a specific disease. Such information may be useful in decisions about your lifestyle and healthcare.
Prenatal testing is offered during pregnancy to help identify fetuses that have certain diseases.
Nutrigenomic Testing is a new scientific discipline that uses modern genomics technology to study the relationship between genes, nutrition and health. It has long been apparent that some people respond differently from others to certain foods. Nutrigenomics allows us to understand how our genes affect the way we respond to the foods, beverages and supplements we consume.
Genetic counseling is the process by which the patients or relatives at risk of an inherited disorder are advised of the consequences and nature of the disorder, the probability of developing or transmitting it, and the options open to them in management and family planning.
Ophthalmologists assist you in maximizing your sight and help you with your entire eye care needs. Your vision is extremely important and our eye health experts will help you prevent damage and treat conditions while repairing and restoring vision.
Treatments by an Ophthalmologist include but are not limited to:
Orthopedics is the medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of your body’s musculoskeletal system. This complex system includes your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves and allows you to move, work, and be active. Pain should not hold you back from doing what you love, at Valiant Clinic we promise to get your body back in motion and feeling great. For patient convenience and continuity of care, we offer state-of-the art physical therapy too.
Orthopedic Services include but are not limited to:
Our qualified physiotherapist will assess you for injury, functional fitness, postural alignment and musculo-skeletal imbalances. He will identify areas requiring treatment and will formulate a plan for you to allow you to optimize physical functionality and fitness and to rehabilitate following injury. He will work with you to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the recommended exercises and program developed for you.
Our clinical psychologist will work with clients to gain a clearer understanding of psychological influences on health and behavior, and to work through any problem areas identified. The psychologist will identify links between clients’ past experiences, personality traits and challenging areas encountered in life, and provide direction in how to address such areas
Pulmonology is a subspecialty of Internal Medicine dealing with the disease of the respiratory tract, lungs, and bronchial tubes and involves the nose, pharynx, throat and heart.
Our Pulmonologist evaluates and treats:
Sports medicine is a specialty which focuses on any illness or injury that impacts on your body’s ability to be as active as you would like to be. This can include non-surgical treatment of bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves as well as problems with illness, nutrition or psychology related to sport or activity. Sports medicine doctors work closely with physiotherapists, surgeons, and other allied health professionals and provide a holistic approach to recovery, developing a rehabilitation plan specific to your personal goals.
Sports Medicine Services include but are not limited to:
Urologist is committed to the treatment of the entire genitourinary tract serving both women’s and men’s needs when it comes to diseases and disorders that affect the function of the urinary tract, the genital tract and the reproductive system.
Our urologists treat a variety of conditions, including the following:
Our wellness services comprise of life coaching, weight management, , balanced body and healthy mind programs, including behavior change programs such as smoking cessation.
Valiant features on-site genetic counselors, wellness coordinators and biometric screening facilities to determine individual risk for certain diseases and medical conditions.
We at Valiant Clinic provide comprehensive, expert care for women in every stage of life. Regular health exams and tests can identify problems before they begin, when your chances for treatment are better. As a woman, you need some specific exams and screenings.
During your check-up, your health care provider will usually do:
Your health care provider may also recommend other tests, including a mammogram or a breast ultrasound.
Not all medical conditions can be diagnosed through a physical examination; sometimes it’s necessary to look inside the body. Whether you need an X-ray for a broken bone or a CT scan to determine the cause of seizures, Valiant Clinic radiology is here to support you with advanced imaging services.
Radiology involves taking and reading medical images of the body in order to diagnose and treat disease.
Valiant Clinic offers state-of-the-art, comprehensive diagnostic imaging services, including general:
Our radiologists and diagnostic imaging specialists will help you understand your procedure and provide accurate imaging so you and your doctor can determine an appropriate treatment as soon as possible.