Post COVID Care Clinic Questions and Answers in Spring, TX
If you have questions about COVID Care, please contact us at (281) 453-777. Appointments are Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
FREE Diagnostic Work Up
For Post-COVID Syndrome Patients
FREE to non-insured persons! No copays or deductible with Insurance
Call for a FREE diagnostic work up if you have lingering symptoms after you or a loved one has had a COVID infection. We are offering a FREE consultation and diagnostic work up.
Time is of the essence; interventions are expected to have a greater effect the earlier they are employed!
The Mayo Clinic recently published an article stating:
“COVID-19 symptoms can sometimes persist for months. The virus can damage the lungs, heart and brain, which increases the risk of long-term health problems.
“Most people who have coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) recover completely within a few weeks. But some people – even those who had mild versions of the disease – continue to experience symptoms after their initial recovery.
“These people sometimes describe themselves as ‘long haulers’ and the conditions have been called post-COVID-19 syndrome or ‘long COVID-19’. These health issues are sometimes called post-COVID-19 conditions. They’re generally considered to be effects of COVID-19 that persist for more than four weeks after you’ve been diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus.
“Older people and people with many serious medical conditions are the most likely to experience lingering COVID-19 symptoms, but even young, otherwise healthy people can feel unwell for weeks to months after infection.”
Post Covid Recovery Clinic – Information Center
If you previously had Covid-19 and now experience long-haulers (post covid) symptoms we are HERE to help. We will make recommendations for your care with state-of-the-art Post Covid Recovery programs which can offer hope to the so called “long-haul” Covid patients. While fatigue is the most common symptom, long haulers may also have chest pain, cognitive changes, lightheadedness, skin issues and multiple other conditions.
Mental Health can be an issue too, which can involve physical, mental, and emotional symptoms such as depression, memory issues, and post-traumatic stress disorder from the experience. It is hard to pin point exactly how many post covid patients will have lingering symptoms, as experts aren’t able to predict who will have post covid symptoms “it is a very sobering thought that many are still struggling 6 to 8 months later when their initial infection was relatively mild, (like a bad flu)” yet now, these patients can be incredibly debilitating with severe fatigue, post exercise malaise, dizziness, difficulty in focusing, mental fog etc. Because Covid “long haul” conditions is so new, health care providers are writing the script, as they go, for how to best treat people who have it. They often treat according to disease & symptoms known to treat for COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), and other heart issues, concussion clinics and transplant patients.
Houston Medical ER will make sure you and your loved ones will be referred to an appropriate specialty clinic based on diagnostic criteria and guide you to right path for recovery.
We network with multi-disciplinary programs which will offer access to the following specialties:
- General Medicine
- Pulmonary Medicine
- Infectious Disease
- Sleep Medicine
- Rehab / PT clinic
- Pain Clinic
- Wellness & Functional Medicine & Holistic Approach
Symptoms of Post Covid Syndrome:
- General: Fatigue, decrease appetite, weight loss, voice change, loss of taste or smell
- Sleep: Insomnia, increased needs for sleep, daytime sleepiness
- Neuro: Headache, memory issues, lack of concentration, easily distracted, Brain FOG, unsteady gait, weakness, cognitive impairment, mild dementia.
- Psychiatric: Depression, Stress, Anxiety, PTSD, Fear, Social isolation, crying easily, anger
- Cardiovascular: Heart failure, myocarditis, palpitations, tachycardia, acute coronary syndrome, Coronary artery disease, Dysautonomia with low blood pressure
- Muscular Skeletal: Joint pain, muscle ache, back pain, neck pain
- Metabolic: Diabetes, kidney disease
- Gastro: Reflux, heart burn, nausea, difficulty in swallowing, diarrhea, vomiting frequently
- Pulmonary: Shortness of breath, cough, chest pain, pulmonary fibrosis (lung scar) & pulmonary embolism (blood clot) difficulty in exercise tolerance
Post Covid Care Centers (PCCC) are expanding across the country bringing together multidisciplinary teams from across a broad range of specialties to address the issues of COVID 19 after care with comprehensive and coordinated treatment pathways. Houston Medical ER is proud to be a part of a referring network to guide our patients to these centers.
Call us at (281) 453-7777 and see if we can guide you to Post Covid Recovery Program.
Do you still have symptoms?
Don’t settle on accepting the long-term effects of COVID-19.
If you are still experiencing symptoms come in for a FREE diagnostic workup! The list of on-going and prolonged symptoms are extensive, but here are some of the most common lingering effects:
What does it mean if I have “Long COVID”?
“Long COVID” is a range of symptoms that can persist weeks and months after COVID infections even in those with mild symptoms. From brain fog to heart damage, COVID-19 lingering problems alarm scientists. Long after the infection, mental and neurological effects can still smolder.
First, we need to run diagnostic tests to determine if you do in fact have “Long COVID”. We are currently offering FREE dialogistic testing to all, insured persons and non-insured persons.
Post-COVID-19 Syndrome Rehab Program
We are here for you, every step of the way! Ask about our rehab programs for those with ongoing COVID-19 symptoms.
ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS WE TREAT
▸ Abdominal Pain
▸ Animal Bites
▸ Asthma Attacks
▸ Cardiac Emergencies
▸ Chest Pain
▸ COPD Exacerbations
▸ Covid Related Illness
▸ Dyspnea – Unable to Breath
▸ Emergency Care
▸ Headache – Moderate to Severe
▸ High Blood Pressure With Possible Stroke
▸ Injuries (Fall/Pain/Whiplash)
▸ Kidney Stones/Gallstones
▸ Loosing Balance/Unable to Ambulate
▸ Loss of Consciousness
▸ Motor Vehicle Accident