Our aim is to keep you and your loved ones healthy. We are now providing medical care at FMRC clinics at our Knightdale location. Other than Knightdale, you can visit FMRC's Morrisville, Goldsboro, and Morehead City location.
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There are number of skin conditions that can affect our skin. These issues can vary from small red bumps to widespread rashes. Some of the issues can cause itchy feeling and some can be painful. Some can be harmless issues, but some can be dangerous and contagious. This is why it is important to get your skin checked if you see any issues. We deal with number of skin conditions.
Eczema, or dermatitis as it is sometimes called, is a group of skin conditions which can affect all age groups. The severity of the disease can vary. Although it can sometimes look unpleasant, eczema is not contagious. With treatment, the inflammation of eczema can be reduced, though the skin will always be sensitive to flare-ups and need extra care.
Birthmarks and other pigmentation disorders affect many people. Some of the most common are pigmented birthmarks, macular stains, hemangiomas, port wine stains, while disorders include albinism, melasma, vitiligo and pigmentation loss due to skin damage.
A skin lesion may be classified as benign, premalignant or malignant. Classifying a lesion as such is vital to your health. Most common skin lesions such as moles and tags are benign. A premalignant or precancerous skin lesion carries carries an increased risk of cancer. Malignant skin lesions must be treated immediately
Acne is caused by blocked hair follicles and oil (sebaceous) glands of the skin, often triggered by hormonal changes. The term acne refers to not only pimples on the face, but blackheads, cysts, and nodules as well. Some people get acne on other parts of their body too, such as the back and chest.
A hormonal imbalance happens when you have too much or too little of one or more hormones. It’s a broad term that can represent many different hormone-related conditions. Some of the most common hormone-related conditions include Thyroid disease, acne, hormonal acne, diabetes, obesity, infertility, and irregular menstruation (periods).
Your thyroid creates and produces hormones that play a role in many different systems throughout your body. When your thyroid makes either too much or too little of these important hormones, it’s called a thyroid disease. There are several different types of thyroid disease, including hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroiditis, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
PCOS is a condition that affects a woman’s hormone levels. Women with PCOS produce higher-than-normal amounts of male hormones. This hormone imbalance causes their body to skip menstrual periods and makes it harder for them to get pregnant. PCOS can contribute to long-term health problems like diabetes and heart disease.
Obesity is a chronic disease that affects more than one in three adults and about 17 percent of children and adolescents in the United States. More than one in three adults is overweight. Having overweight or obesity increases your risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, fatty liver disease, kidney disease, and other health issues.
Obesity is a complicated and long-term disease that plays a big role in your daily life. When you start down the path of weight management, you’re moving away from today and towards the future you want. You might have a specific picture in mind when you think about the future, or maybe it’s as simple as a smile when you wake up each day. No matter what your goals are, we’ll be by your side every step of the way.
Metabolic syndrome is a collection of risk factors that increase the chance of developing heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Losing weight, exercise, and dietary changes can help prevent or reverse metabolic syndrome. According to a national health survey, more than 1 in 5 Americans has metabolic syndrome. The number of people with metabolic syndrome increases with age, affecting more than 40% of people in their 60s and 70s.