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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:

Primary Care
Specialized Care
Physical Medicine

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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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Oct 04
Who Should Have a Stress Test?

Everyone wants to make sure their heart is functioning at full capacity. You might think you need a cardiac stress test to tell us that information. But, did you know that not everyone needs to have this test done? Today,…Read More

Oct 01
Healthcare Associates of Texas Expands North Texas Footprint with Addition of Two New Locations

Irving, TX (September 25th, 2018) – Healthcare Associates of Texas (“HCAT”), a portfolio company of Webster Capital and full-service primary care practice management company operating in the Dallas/Fort-Worth region, has partnered with the medical practice of Dr. Greg Maul, which…Read More

Sep 30
5 Benefits of Seeing a Chiropractor During Pregnancy

If you’ve ever been pregnant, you are already familiar with the symptoms such as nausea, back pain, and fatigue that are common health concerns among pregnant women. If you haven’t been pregnant then you’ve certainly heard all about the journey…Read More

Sep 21
5 Best Exercises for Arthritis

Exercising regularly is one of the healthiest ways to reduce arthritis symptoms since exercise increases muscle and bone strength to naturally reduce joint pain. However, joint pain, reduced range of motion, and fatigue are just some of the symptoms of…Read More

Sep 16
7 Signs You’re Not Drinking Enough Water

Water makes up 60% of the human body and is needed to help maintain a healthy weight, flush toxins from the body, and produce bodily fluids like saliva. Water also contributes to regular bowel function, optimal muscle performance, and clear,…Read More

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