Internal Medicine Specialist

WellessenceMD

Primary Care Physicians & Weight Management Physicians located in Schaumburg, IL & Vernon Hills, IL

Maintaining good health takes work, and having a skilled internal medicine physician is essential for preventing and managing illnesses and disease. WellessenceMD is a leading provider of internal medicine services for men and women in and around Schaumburg, Illinois, providing comprehensive care options to promote optimal health during adult years.

Internal Medicine Q & A

What is internal medicine?

Internal medicine is the area of medicine that is focused on the health needs of adults, just as a pediatrician is focused on the medical needs of children. Internal medicine doctors are skilled in a variety of areas, including cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonology and other areas.  They provide comprehensive care for acute and chronic diseases, as well as proactive and preventive care options to help men and women maintain health as they get older. Plus, an internal medicine specialist offers medical care and guidance for substance abuse issues, anxiety and stress, and other issues that can take an emotional as well as a physical toll on patients.

What kinds of internal medicine services does WellessenceMD offer?

Internal Medicine

Dr. Nance provides all basic primary care services to her patients. She combines her extensive knowledge of evidenced based medicine with a multitude of integrated strategies to achieve the best outcomes. Internal Medicine services include

  • Complete Physical Exams
  • Preoperative Consultations
  • Urgent Care Visits
  • Chronic Medical Problem Management
  • School Sports Physicals
  • Full lab services on site
  • In-home sleep studies
  • Electrocardiograms
  • Spirometry Testing
  • Indirect Calorimetry (Metabolism Testing)
  • Body Composition Analysis (InBody)

Why is it important to see an internal medicine specialist?

Doctors who specialize in internal medicine are skilled in the diseases and disorders that are most common among adults, which means they have significant experience providing optimized care, especially as the risks for age-related conditions grow. Internal medicine doctors understand the subtle signs of diseases and the need for different types of health screenings at different ages to help men and women take a proactive role in their health so they can help ward off acute and chronic issues, including those related to aging.

How often should I have a well-visit?

Adults should have an exam and well visit every 12 months to look for signs of diseases and to be screened for risk factors so they can enjoy the best health possible at every age. Men and women with chronic conditions that require ongoing management may need to be seen more often.

Insurance Plans

This list is for informational purpose only and does not guarantee coverage. Please contact your insurance company to verify coverage and access. Eligibility and coverage may vary by plan and services performed. Please call the office if your insurance is not listed to verify network participation.

AARP
Aetna PPO
Allied Benefit Systems
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
CIGNA-PPO
Humana
Medicare
Multiplan PHCS
Multiplan, Inc.
Mutual of Omaha
United Healthcare PPO
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