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Allergy Shots
Sometimes people with specific allergies can benefit from getting allergy injections. Discuss this with your doctor to see if it may be helpful for you!
This non-invasive test measures an individual’s ability to hear different sounds and pitches, and determine if a person is suffering from any type of hearing loss. An audiometer is used to send out the sound waves in a range that humans can usually hear.
Breath Alcohol Testing (BAT)
Our BAT screening will determine whether an employee is under the influence of alcohol while they are on the job. You may request Breath Alcohol Testing of your employees for a number of reasons – random, post-accident or reasonable suspicion.
Cardiac Catheterization
This procedure examines blood flow to the heart and how well the heart is pumping by using a thin plastic tube put into an artery or vein in the arm or leg.
Chronic Care Management
Medicare patients who have two or more chronic conditions may enroll in our Chronic Care Management program. Working with your healthcare providers, our Chronic Care Management Team will evaluate your overall health and develop a comprehensive plan that keeps you on track with doctor visits, medication management, etc. We are your patient advocate; helping you to manage symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Colonoscopy is a procedure that is used to view the inside of the lower gastrointestinal tract. It is used to detect abnormalities such as irregular growths, inflamed tissues and ulcers. A colonoscope is used for this procedure, which is a long, flexible tube with a camera attached. Our physicians will then examine the lining to look for any abnormalities. If abnormalities are found, they can be removed during the procedure and be biopsied.
Coronary Angioplasty and Stenting
Angioplasty and Stenting are used to open clogged or blocked arteries in the heart. Using a catheter, a small balloon will open the artery and, typically, the artery will be held open with a stent to prevent future blockage.
Defibrillator Insertion
An implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) is inserted to help control electrical problems of the heart. It will monitor your heart’s electrical activity and if anything irregular occurs the ICD will deliver small shocks until the rhythm becomes normal.
Diabetes Education
Diabetes can be a complicated disorder if it is not treated properly. Educating yourself about the type of diabetes you have and the best way to treat it will allow this disease not to affect your everyday life.
Dietary Education
Our Registered Dietitian can teach you how to regulate your diet to meet the demands of your body and improve your health.
DOT Physical Exam
Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examinations are administered to drivers of commercial motor vehicles. DOT physicals are highly regulated for the drivers’ safety and include a general physical examination, blood pressure screening, vision and hearing screenings, and urinalysis.
Drug and Urine Screenings
Pre-employment and random drug and urine screenings allow employers to make informed decisions regarding existing and future employees.
An echocardiogram is an ultrasound of the heart, allowing physicians to view the heart, it's chambers and valves. This can help to diagnose problems with the heart.
Epidural Steroid Injections
Nerves can often be the source of pain in the arms,legs, lower back and other areas. The pain results when the nerves become inflamed due to narrowing of the passages where the nerves travel from the spine. An epidural steroid injection can decrease pain. and improve your functionality.
ERCP- Bile Duct Endoscopy
In this procedure, an endoscope injects dye into the bile or pancreatic duct and the area is then x-rayed to check for any abnormalaties. This can be used to diagnose obstructions, gallstones or tumors.
Executive Physical Exam
Tailored to the individual, this comprehensive physical exam may include a cardiac health screening, complete blood panel, auditory screening, colonoscopy, vision screening, pulmonary health evaluation, weight and fitness evaluation, as well as gender specific testing.
FIT Testing
Our specialists administer OSHA mandated respirator FIT testing to ensure that your employees are safeguarded and comfortable.
Flexible Sigmoidoscopy
This procedure is used to view the rectum and lower portion of the colon. Like the colonoscopy, it uses a long, flexible tube. The main use for Sigmoidoscopy is to diagnose problems such as; rectal bleeding, change in bowel habits or rectal pain. Also similar to colonoscopy, any abnormalities found can be removed.
Hepatitis B Immunizations
Safe and effective Hepatitis B vaccines for your employees administered at our Occupational Health and Wellness Center.
Hip, Shoulder and Knee Injections
Steroid injections in the hip, shoulder and knee are used to help relieve pain that stems from conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder), bursitis, rotator cuff disease, and trauma, among other conditions. Local anesthesia and steroids are injected into the joint space to reduce inflammation and provide an improved level of pain. These types of injections will not cure a pre-existing condition, however they provide significant pain relief.
Holter Monitor
This monitor is worn by patient for 24-48 hours in order to record the heart's activity over an extended period of time.
Vaccines are important to the health and prevention of many diseases and illnesses, come in and receive the immunizations you or your family need.
Infusion Therapy
At times, medications or fluids may need to enter the body by way of an intravenous line (IV). PMA's Infusion Center allows you to come here for these infusion therapies. Different infusion therapies may include Remicade and Orencia treatments.
Medical Review Officer Services
Timothy Fiorillo, DO, MRO specializes in recognizing, preventing and managing injuries that occur in the work place.
Mobile Echocardiogram
The mobile echocardiogram performs the same functions as a normal echocardiogram but it is portable, allowing it to travel to other locations when necessary.
Nuclear Cardiology
A small amount of a radioactive mixture, called a tracer, enters the bloodstream and the heart's functions can be viewed through a specialized camera.
Pacemaker Insertion
Pacemakers help to maintain a normal heartbeat through electrical impulses. Pacemakers are inserted when the sinoatrial node has become defective.
Pain Management
Pain management involves the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic pain conditions such as spine pain, neuropathic pain, pain with cancer, and others. Therapies like injections and implantable devices are used to effectively control patients' pain.
On-site blood drawing for lab-work. This service is performed at the PMA Occupational Health and Wellness Center only.
Pulmonary Function Tests (PFTs)
Pulmonary Function Tests measure how well a person’s lungs are working, measuring things such as how much volume the lungs can hold and how quickly air can move in and out.
Rhizotomy or Cervical & Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation
A Rhizotomy or Cervical and Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation is a procedure that uses an electrical current to destroy the nerve fibers carrying pain signals to the brain. Rhizotomy is most often recommended for pain generating from the spine, and is used to treat pain related to the sacroiliac joint and facet joints.
Routine Physical
Having a routine physical is imperative for keeping you healthy. The earlier illnesses are caught, the better they can be treated. Visits should be coordinated with your doctor for how often your routine physicals should be.
Selective Nerve Blocks
A selective nerve block epidural allows your doctor to inject a numbing medicine into the precise nerve root suspected of causing the pain. While providing temporary relief, the procedure also helps verify that the correct pain-causing area has been identified. If the medication immediately relieves the pain, the doctor will know the correct area has been reached. This helps ensure that other treatments, including steroid injections or surgery, will focus on the correct nerves.
Sleep Studies
In our sleep lab, you will be monitored during the night to test for any sleeping disorders you may have.
Spinal Cord Stimulation
A spinal cord stimulator is a device that uses low voltage stimulation of the spinal nerves to block the feeling of pain. It helps you to better manage your pain and potentiallydecrease the amount of pain medication. Spinal cord stimulation may be an option if you have long term (chronic) leg or arm pain or nerve pain and have not found relief through traditional methods.
Stress Test
Stress on the heart is caused when the heart is working harder than it normally has to, for example, when exercising. The heart can respond to stress differently and in order to view the heart's reaction, stress will be placed on the heart, usually by walking and/or running on a treadmill. The heart will then be monitored and viewed after the stress is induced.
Trigger Point Injections
A trigger point is a painful knot of muscles that forms when muscles do not relax. These knots can often be felt under the skin. Sometimes, a trigger point can affect the nerves and cause referred pain that is felt in other parts of the body. To alleviate pain in a trigger point, your doctor will usually inject a local anesthetic sometimes containing a corticosteroid. In addition to relieving pain in the arms, legs, lower back and neck, Trigger Point Injections (TPI) may also be used to trea
Upper Endoscopy
This procedure is used to look at the upper part of the digestive system; the esophagus, the stomach and the duodenum. (the first section of the small intestine) It uses a long, lighted endoscope. This can be used to detect ulcers, abnormal growths, precancerous conditions, inflammations and Hiatal hernias.
Vascular Angioplasty and Stenting
Similar to Coronary Angioplasty and Stenting, the same techniques are used except this is done in clogged or blocked vessels which are located outside the heart.
Wireless Capsule Endoscopy
Capsule Endoscopy is when a small camera capsule is swallowed and travels through the esophagus, stomach and small intestine taking pictures throughout the tract. The capsule contains a radio transmitter which sends signals to a receiver worn by the patient. About 24 hours later, the pictures from the receiver are downloaded. The capsule will then pass though the system and will be flushed down the toilet. This is used to diagnose Angiodysplasias, Crohns’s disease and tumors within the small
Workers Compensation Services
Specializing in the care of the injured employee, treating injuries occurring at work and performing ancillary testing procedures, our mission is to restore your employee's health and productivity and to provide you with healthy, happy and motivated employees.
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