A family pracitioner is a primary care physician that a person sees throughout all stages of life. The family practitioner manages patient care in health and sickness, treats chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, coordinates care with specialists and healthcare facilities such as hospitals and rehabilitation centers as needed. The family physician treats all systems in the human body - the respiratory system (especially during flu season), the digestive system, the nervous system, the circulatory system, weight issues, diabetes, dermatology, etc. Call your family practitioner Dr Seysan first for all of your healthcare needs.
Yes, every day.
Usually patients can be seen the same day if they are injured or ill.
Yes, go to our forms page to print off the paperwork, and bring it with you to your appointment please.
It is very important for everyone to get a flu shot every year! The flu shot is your best protection. In addition to the flu shot, take Zinc daily, and take 500 mg Vitamin C twice daily.
Flu Treatment in Flower Mound - Flu Treatment in Lewisville
If you do get the flu, go see a doctor as soon as possible for flu treatment. A doctor can treat the flu, so don't wait until complications set in. Every year, 30,000 people die from the flu and flu complications. Most of them die from pneumonia. Our office is very convenient to Lewisville and Flower Mound.
Lewisville Flu Shots - Flower Mound Flu Shots
Our office is a very convenient location to get a flu shot if you live or work in Lewisville or Flower Mound, so come in for a flu shot before flu season starts!
Diabetes is a disease that occurs when a person’s body doesn’t make enough of the hormone insulin or can’t use insulin properly. There are 2 types of diabetes. Type 1 diabetes occurs when your body’s pancreas doesn’t produce any insulin. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the pancreas either doesn’t produce enough insulin or your body’s cells ignore the insulin. Between 90% and 95% of people who are diagnosed with diabetes have type 2 diabetes.
The early stages of diabetes have very few symptoms, so you may not know you have the disease. But damage may already be happening to your eyes, your kidneys and your cardiovascular system even before you notice symptoms. Symptoms of diabetes may include the following: Extreme thirst Extreme hunger Frequent urination Sores or bruises that heal slowly Dry, itchy skin Unexplained weight loss Blurry vision Unusual tiredness or drowsiness Tingling or numbness in the hands or feet Frequent or recurring skin, gum, bladder or vaginal yeast infections If you are regularly experiencing any of these symptoms, call your family doctor right away. source: www.familydoctor.org
Blood tests are done by a phlebotomist at the Flower Mound Family Health Center in Flower Mound 972-691-8585.
Dr. Seysan treats patients at the Flower Mound Presbyterian Hospital. She will coordinate with doctors at other hospitals to provide you with comprehensive continuous care.
Please call your pharmacy, and have then send us your refill request.
Please see the current list of accepted insurance. If you don't see your insurance listed, please call the office.
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