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At Mansfield Primary Care Doctors, priority of our board certified family physicians is to deliver medical care to you and your loved ones.

 

We believe that your health is of utmost important and promise to bring the best of our expertise and attention to take care of your health. As your family doctors, we are always available and accessible to our patients (24 hrs a day, 7 days a week). Our patients choose MPCD as their family doctor or pediatrician because of our personal attention, expert care, convenient location and friendly, professional staff.

 

Mansfield Primary Care Doctors offers patients a convenient and affordable alternative to urgent care in Mansfield TX. Our family doctors and pediatrician are accessible to our patients 24 hours a day and provide patients with the utmost confidence, compassion and professionalism.

Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Marketplaces (also called Exchanges) accepting physician – We accept all Health Insurance Marketplaces (also called Exchanges) insurances. We are pleased the Affordable Care Act law expands coverage to millions of uninsured without the worry of a lifetime maximum.

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As your family doctor, we at Mansfield Primary Care Doctors try our best providing you with quality medical care in our community and at your convenience. We welcome Walkins for Urgent Care in Mansfield Office.

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    Urgent Care in Mansfield

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    Chronic Conditions

    Chronic medical conditions are generally diseases which are lifelong. However, with the right approach including regular medical care, medications and life style changes they can be very well controlled.

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    Acute Conditions

    Acute medical conditions generally develop suddenly and last only a few days. While some can evolve into a more persistent disease, most are self-resolving (the body overcomes the condition).

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    Womens Health

    There are significant differences in the ways men and women experience disease and respond to medication.

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    Allergy Testing

    Spring and early summer brings with it almost the end of cold and flu season but the allergies get stronger as the days pass by.

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    At Mansfield Primary Care Doctors, our primary doctors and pediatricians are always up to date the latest vaccine requirements issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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    Preventive Medicine specialists target medical problems before they become more serious.

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Meet Our Physicians

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Dr. Panna Nangha M.D., Family Physician

Dr. Nangha approaches primary care with a combination of head, heart and hands – bringing strong evidence-based medical knowledge with a careful listening ear.

Doctor 2
Dr. Chaitanya Chavda M.D.,F.A.A.P, Pediatrician

Dr. Chavda completed his postdoctoral training in Pediatric Newborn Medicine from Children’s Hospital Boston at Harvard Medical School.

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New born screening
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Preponderance of new born screening-CDC
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All babies are screened, even if they look healthy, because some medical conditions cannot be seen by just looking at the baby. Finding these
conditions soon after birth can help prevent some serious problems, such as brain damage, organ damage, and even death. To encourage uniform and comprehensive newborn screening throughout the United States, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) issued a report that recommends screening for 29 specific conditions. The recommendations also include a test for hearing loss in newborns. In this article we are discussing a few.

Phenylketonuria PKU
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New born with PKU lack an enzyme needed to process the amino acid phenylalanine, which is necessary for normal growth in kids and for normal protein use throughout life. However, if too much phenylalanine builds up, it damages brain tissue and eventually can cause substantial developmental.
If kids born with PKU are put on a special diet right away, they can avoid the developmental delay the condition caused in past generations and lead.

Galactosemia
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Babies with Galactosemia lack the enzyme that converts galactose (one of two sugars found in lactose) into glucose, a sugar the body is able to use. As a result, milk (including breast milk) and other dairy products must be eliminated from the diet. Otherwise, galactose can build up in the system and damage the body's cells and organs, leading to blindness, severe mental retardation, growth deficiency, and even death.

Congenital Hypothyroidism
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This is the disorder most commonly identified by routine screening. Affected babies don't have enough thyroid hormone and so develop retarded growth and brain development.

Sickle Cell Disease
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Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disease in which red blood cells mutates into abnormal "sickle" shapes and can cause episodes of pain, damage to vital organs such as the lungs and kidneys, and even death. Young children with sickle cell disease are especially prone to certain dangerous bacterial infections, such as pneumonia (inflammation of the lungs) and meningitis (inflammation of the brain and spinal cord).

Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD)
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Babies with MSUD are missing an enzyme needed to process three amino acids that are essential for the body's normal growth. When not processed properly, these can build up in the body, causing urine to smell like maple syrup or sweet, burnt sugar. These babies usually have little appetite and are. If not detected and treated early, MSUD can cause mental retardation, physical disability, and even death.

Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
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This is actually a group of disorders involving a deficiency of certain hormones produced by the adrenal gland. It can affect the development of the genitals and may cause death due to loss of salt from the kidneys.

Biotinidase Deficiency
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Babies with this condition don't have enough Biotinidase, an enzyme that recycles biotin (a B vitamin) in the body. The deficiency may cause seizures,
poor muscle control, immune system impairment, hearing loss, mental retardation, coma, and even death. If the deficiency is detected in time, however, problems can be prevented by giving the baby extra biotin.

Toxoplasmosis
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Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic infection that can be transmitted through the mother's placenta to an unborn child.

Hearing Screening
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Most but not all states require newborns' hearing to be screened before they're discharged from the hospital.

MCAD Deficiency
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MCAD (medium chain acyl CoA dehydrogenase) deficiency is a fatty acid metabolism disorder. Kids who have it are prone to repeated episodes of low.

The information contained on this Website should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your health care provider. There may be
variations in treatment that your health care provider may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

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High blood pressure
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Blood pressure is determined both by the amount of blood your heart pumps and the amount of resistance to blood flow in your arteries. The more blood your heart pumps and the narrower your arteries, the higher your blood pressure.
High blood pressure generally develops over many years, and it affects nearly everyone eventually. Fortunately, high blood pressure can be easily detected.
However you can have high blood pressure (hypertension) for years without any symptoms. Even without symptoms, damage to blood vessels and your heart continues and can be detected. Uncontrolled high blood pressure increases your risk of serious health problems, including heart attack and stroke.
Causes of hypertension
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1) Age - The older you are the higher your risk of having high blood pressure.
2) Family history- If you have close family members with hypertension, your chances of developing it are significantly higher.
3) Physical inactivity - Lack of exercise, as well as having a sedentary lifestyle, raises the risk of hypertension.
4) Smoking - Smoking causes the blood vessels to narrow, resulting in higher blood pressure. Smoking also reduces the blood's oxygen content so the heart has to pump faster in order to compensate, causing a rise in blood pressure.
5) Alcohol intake - People who get sloshed regularly have higher systolic blood pressure than people who do not.
6) High salt intake - People who don't eat much salt have lower blood pressures than places where people eat a lot of salt.
7) High fat diet - Many health professionals say that a diet high in fat leads to a raised high blood pressure risk. However, most dietitians stress that the problem is not how much fat is consumed, but rather what type of fats. Fats sourced from plants, such as avocados, nuts, olive oil, etc., as well as omega oils which are common in some types of fish, are good for you - while, saturated fats which are common in animal sourced foods, as well as trans fats are bad for you.
8) Mental stress Mental stress, especially over the long term, can have a serious impact on blood pressure.
9) Diabetes - People with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing hypertension. Among patients with diabetes type 1, hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) is a risk factor for incident hypertension in type 1 diabetes - intensive insulin therapy reduces the long-term risk of developing hypertension. People with diabetes type 2 are at risk of hypertension due to hyperglycemia, as well as other factors, such as overweight/obesity, certain medications, and some cardiovascular diseases.
10) Psoriasis - An American study that followed 78,000 women for 14 years found that having psoriasis was linked to a higher risk of developing high blood pressure and diabetes. Psoriasis is an immune system condition that appears on the skin in the form of thick, red scaly patches.
When to get examined
You'll likely have your blood pressure taken as part of a routine doctor's appointment. Ask for a blood pressure reading at least every two years starting at age 18. If you're age 40 or older, or you're age 18-39 with a high risk of high blood pressure, ask for a blood pressure reading every year. Children age 3 and older will usually have blood pressure measured as a part of their yearly checkups.

The information contained on this Website should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your health care provider. There may be variations in treatment that your health care provider may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.
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Work-Life balance
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While we all need a certain amount of stress to spur us on and help us perform at our best, the key to managing stress lies in that one magic word: balance. Not only achieving a healthy work/life balance an attainable goal but workers and businesses alike see the rewards. When workers are balanced and happy, they are more productive, take fewer sick days, and are more likely to stay in their jobs.

Missing Work life balance and wellness
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There are often two main aspects associated with work/life balance – the first is lack of time and scheduling conflicts, and the other is feeling overwhelmed, overloaded or stressed by the pressures of multiple roles. With so many of us torn between juggling heavy workloads, managing relationships and family responsibilities, and squeezing in outside interests. Over time, stress also weakens our immune systems, and makes us susceptible to a variety of ailments from colds to backaches to heart disease. The newest research shows that chronic stresses can actually double our risk of having a heart attack. That statistic alone is enough to raise your blood pressure!
Consider the consequences of missing work-life balance:
Fatigue When you're tired, your ability to work productively and think clearly might suffer — which could take a toll on your professional reputation or lead to dangerous or costly mistakes.
Poor health Stress is associated with adverse effects on the immune system and can worsen the symptoms you experience from any medical condition.

Lost time with friends and loved ones If you're working too much, you might miss important family events or milestones. This can leave you feeling left out and might harm relationships with your loved ones. It's also difficult to nurture friendships if you're always working.

Increased expectations If you regularly work extra hours, you might be given more responsibility — which could lead to additional concerns and challenges.
Other troubles If you are continuously sitting in one posture you may develop backache. Working on your laptop without breaks may lead to eye problems. Spondilitis and sleep disorders are other health hazards.
Many individuals working for the largest employers are in poor mental health: Over half of the respondents reported high levels of perceived stress; one in three reported high levels of burnout and depressed mood. Only 41% were satisfied with their lives and one in five was dissatisfied. Almost one in five perceived that their physical health was fair to poor. The physical and mental health of employees has deteriorated over time.

Physical effects
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Ulcers
Increased susceptibility to illness
Chronic high blood pressure
Headaches, migraines, backaches and body aches
Diarrhea, heartburn, gastritis inflammation of pancreas
Exacerbation of acne, psoriasis, herpes, hives and eczema

Emotional effects
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Depression, loneliness feeling of hopelessness
Irritability
Anger, hostile, violence
Disorganization
Mood swings
Conflicts
Sleep problems

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