Healthcare Associates of Texas is comprised of board-certified primary care and internal medicine doctors, as well as physical medicine providers, who are ready to care for you like family.
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Healthcare Associates of Texas is uniquely prepared to care for the medical needs of your entire family. Whether you require non-emergency medical care, chronic disease management or ongoing wellness oversight, we’ll care for you like family. We offer board-certified physician services in the fields of both family and internal medicine. Our staff has years of experience providing care in many areas, including:
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15 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress & Anxiety
We understand. The news is scary. The stores are empty. There is no toilet paper. People are panicking. In times of uncertainty, it is easy to get overcome with stress.
Letter from Dr. Powell Regarding the Coronavirus
To our family and patients, As COVID-19 continues to affect communities along with you and your loved ones, we remain committed to providing patient care. We believe it is our responsibility to provide a safe patient experience while continuing to…Read More
Combating Allergies In TX
While there’s a lot to love about Texas, it can be a troublesome area for a lot of people that regularly deal with allergies. The main culprit here, ironically enough, is that mild climate that a lot of people have come to appreciate over the years. Learn more about the allergies that affect Texans most.
Healthy Heart Habits
We’re about a month or so into our New Year’s resolutions, and with any luck, you’re starting to make some significant progress. However, something that’s equally important is making sure that we’re here to celebrate/try plenty more of them in the future. A major element in the overall road to longevity is heart health.
5 Tips for Sticking to a Weight Loss Plan in 2020
Around this time of year, searches for diet tips online spike, and gyms often fill up with people trying to get into new workout routines. The majority of Americans are either overweight or obese, so these are steps well worth taking. However, how can you ensure that you hold onto your weight loss plan, rather than stopping progress shortly after you begin?