Losing weight can be a frustrating struggle, but you’re far from alone. Many adults who seek to lose weight have difficulty doing so on their own due to genetic factors, a lack of guidance, and other variables that may be out of their control. That said, losing weight is worth it – not just in order to reach your cosmetic goals, but to reduce your risks for a number of serious underlying conditions like heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and more.
At Pittsburgh Health Partners, our physicians are experienced in treating conditions related to obesity and offering safe, professional lifestyle guidance that can help you succeed in your weight loss goals.If you’d like to understand how medically-guided weight loss can help you improve your overall health, click below and learn more.
If you or a loved one has begun to experience the effects of heart failure, several things become more important than ever: maintaining their health and comfort, monitoring the progress of their treatment, and offering constant management of their condition and its symptoms.
Pittsburgh Health Partners is proud to offer Integrative Medicine, Palliative Care, and Chronic Disease Management services that are designed to help patients with heart failure reduce their symptoms and live a high quality of life from the time of their diagnosis and beyond. We use remote monitoring and a hands-on approach to ensure that heart patients receive the attentive car they need.
If you’d like to learn more about heart failure and how patients can benefit from comprehensive treatment and support, click the link to our page below.
Patients who are living with diabetes know that managing their condition requires continuous upkeep, diligent monitoring, and a healthcare team who is truly dedicated to maintaining blood sugar and other important variables on a consistent basis.
The Chronic Disease Management services at Pittsburgh Health Partners are focused on providing the level of one-on-one, patient-focused care you need to manage your diabetes and extend your overall quality of life. The Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine specialists at our primary care clinic are also highly equipped to treat patients with diabetes, as well as prescribing and monitoring any medications or devices.
To learn more about diabetes care and how diabetes can affect multiple areas of the body, click the link below and view the page here on our site.
Whatever the ultimate cause, liver failure can result in serious symptoms that limit a patient’s quality of life. Their condition will also require consistent monitoring, and most likely medication for liver damage that will need to be managed effectively to ensure the patient is comfortable and progressing with their treatment.
Pittsburgh Health Partners proudly serves patients with liver failure and their families through our Palliative Care and Chronic Disease Management services. Whatever progress has been made in you or your loved one’s treatment plan, our highly-trained physicians can provide remote and in-person care to extend their quality of life, including in-home care and care in a nursing home.
To learn more about the ways in which liver failure can affect someone’s quality of life, click the link below and visit our educational page.
When the kidneys can no longer effectively filter waste from a patient’s blood, renal failure begins, resulting in symptoms that can range from uncomfortable to life-threatening. A patient in renal failure will need continuous care and monitoring to ensure their continued quality of life as they receive treatment for their condition.
At Pittsburgh Health Partners, our Palliative Care and Chronic Disease Management services are designed to assist patients living with renal failure and other long-term illnesses in managing their medications, relieving their existing symptoms, and extending their overall quality of life.
To learn more about renal failure and the importance of consistent management of this condition, visit our informational page by clicking the link below.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is actually a name for a cluster of conditions characterized by blockages in the airways, all of which can cause significant breathing problems for patients who have it. COPD is a chronic condition, requiring consistent monitoring and care from a patient’s team of healthcare providers.
Pittsburgh Health Partners is proud to provide treatment for COPD through our Primary Care Clinic, Osteopathic Medicine specialists, Chronic Disease Management team, and more. We have the ability to monitor your condition in-person and remotely, prescribe and manage your COPD medications, and offer a comprehensive approach to relieving your symptoms.
To learn more about how COPD affects the body and why consistent care is important for patients with COPD, click below and view our educational page.