We strive to create individualized treatment plans for each of our patients as each person has a unique history and unique needs. Some of our services include:
- Cardiovascular Health
- High Blood Pressure
- Weight Loss
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Flu Shot Specialist
- Laboratory Testing Onsite
- Diabetic Teaching/management
- Weight Loss Management
- Cancer Prescreening/evaluation
- Wellness Exams And Immunizations
Additional services and conditions we treat:
- Allergy testing
- Pulmonary Function Test (PFTS)
- Vascular disease evaluations
- Drug testing
- Blood disease
- Influenza and other respiratory diseases
- Drug abuse treatments with Suboxone
Cardiovascular disease involves a group of conditions that can damage your heart. With expertise in cardiovascular health of Charlotte, North Carolina’s leading internist Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD of DeArk Medical Center, can help. Dr. Iyamu and his team provide comprehensive preventive care, as well and management of chronic heart disease-causing issues. They can help restore your cardiovascular health and improve your quality of life. Book your heart health exam by using the online scheduling feature, or by calling the clinic.
What Is Cardiovascular Health?
Cardiovascular health is the health of your heart and blood vessels. The prefix, cardio-, refers to the heart, while -vascular refers to the blood vessels. Together, these two make up your circulatory system, which is responsible for pumping and moving blood and oxygen throughout your entire body.
Nearly 10% of Americans have diabetes, but according to the American Diabetes Association, some men and women are completely unaware they have it. Diabetes expert and top internist Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD of DeArk Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers innovative diabetes solutions. Dr. Iyamu and his team strive to teach you how to properly manage your diabetes while providing the latest in medication and insulin treatments. Schedule your diabetes evaluation online, or by calling the clinic.
High Blood Pressure
It’s estimated that one in three American adults have high blood pressure, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports. As Charlotte, North Carolina’s leading internist, Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD, and the team at DeArk Medical Center can help improve your blood pressure reading and preserve your heart health. If you have high blood pressure, schedule an appointment by clicking on the online scheduling feature, or by calling the clinic.
Chronic skin conditions like acne and psoriasis can leave you feeling uncomfortable in your own skin. At DeArk Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, you can meet with the area’s top internist Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD. Dr. Iyamu and his team have extensive backgrounds in caring for men and women who struggle with chronic skin issues. Schedule your dermatology visit and skin check by using the online scheduling feature, or by calling the office.
Staying up-to-date with your immunizations can safeguard you from serious illnesses. Charlotte, North Carolina’s leading internist Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD of DeArk Medical Center, can get you caught up on the latest immunizations you may need. Schedule an immunization evaluation either online, or over the phone, if you haven’t updated your immunizations in a while, or are getting ready to travel.
About two in three adults are considered overweight or obese, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. With the help of Charlotte, North Carolina’s leading internist Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD and the team at DeArk Medical Center, you can lose weight — and keep it off. Between customized nutrition plans and advanced medical screenings, you can reach your optimal weight once and for all. Book your weight loss evaluation by using the online scheduling feature, or by calling the office.
Rheumatoid arthritis is the third most common type of arthritis, right behind osteoarthritis and gout. Because rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disorder though, it’s essential to get a thorough diagnosis with top internist Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD of DeArk Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dr. Iyamu can help relieve your rheumatoid arthritis pain, starting with your first visit. Book your rheumatoid arthritis evaluation either online or over the phone.
Flu Shot Specialist
Up to 45 million Americans get the flu every year, causing as many as 61,000 deaths annually. The flu shot, a simple vaccination you can receive from Dr. Iyamu, MD, PhD, and the team at DeArk Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, protects you from the most common strains of flu. In a few minutes, you can get the best protection available against influenza, so take the step to stay healthy by calling the office or requesting an appointment online.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 600,000 people in the United States die from heart disease each year, making it the leading cause of death for both men and women. Noting this, medical professionals often suggest that their aging patients or at-risk patients take an electrocardiogram, or EKG, test to check for signs of heart disease.
EKG tests are non-invasive, painless, safe and fast, and they help our doctors check things like heart rhythm and blood flow as well as diagnose previous heart attacks or anything else that seems abnormal. In the best case scenario, the EKG test confirms good heart health. However, if we see something abnormal, we will likely send you for further testing to get an idea of how to best treat or manage the issue.
Are you expecting a baby and want to get a sneak peek at your little one? Seeing your baby is such a thrilling experience, and with today’s modern technology, you can see your bundle of joy clearer than ever with our 3D/4D ultrasound machine.
Our team here at DeArk Medical Center PLLC is here to provide ultrasound services to you along with the option to learn your baby’s gender at an earlier time than what is typically possible with a 2D ultrasound.
Laboratory Testing Onsite
We are proud to offer laboratory services with on-site testing using state-of-the-art technology so that you and your doctor can get your results as quickly as possible.
We can offer not only simple diagnostic tests but more complex ones, too. Once you’ve been diagnosed, we can start treatment so you can begin to feel better sooner. We can have certain test results in just a few minutes instead of having to wait to get the results from another laboratory.
The sooner we find out the results, the sooner we can begin treatment, and this can make a huge difference.
Diabetes is a common health concern that can alter a patient’s lifestyle and quality of life.
Here at DeArk Medical Center PLLC, we specialize in treating patients with diabetes and helping them manage their condition to best experience a happy and healthy life. Whether you are experiencing chronic fatigue, frequent urination, or suspect you may have nerve damage, we are here to help.
We provide diagnostic testing and various treatment options to help our patients manage their blood sugar levels.
Weight Loss Management
Let DeArk Medical Center PLLC get you started on becoming healthy and happy. We would be delighted to be a part of your weight loss journey.
Our staff knows that you have to treat the whole person to achieve healthy weight loss. Obesity is not a flaw; it’s a disease! Obesity occurs when the body’s basic signals fail to tell you when you are full and should stop eating. We can help you correct this and get you on a path to health and wellness.
We believe that the key to successful weight loss is making the right changes to your physical activity and eating habits that you can use throughout your life. Fad diets don’t work; we work with you to build a lifestyle.
Cancer screening is an important part of maintaining your overall good health. Like all cancers, early detection can be the key to treating women’s cancers and increasing the chances of a full recovery. Our practice offers various cancer screening options available in- office so that you can ensure your optimal health.
Wellness Exams And Immunizations
Even when you’re in good health, you may still need to come into our office for annual physicals. Physicals are essential to ensuring your body is functioning properly and to monitor any potential changes that may be early signs of a health concern.