|Medication Sensitivity Testing|
We are all unique individuals. Just like the differences in hair color, eye color, hight and other observable characteristics, we all have a personal genetic makeup that causes our bodies to break down medications in a unique way. No two people will respond exactly the same way when given a medication or combinations of medications.
According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) have consistently ranked as the fourth to sixth leading cause of hospitalizations and fatalities over the last 30 years. Dr. Leeman recognizes that a "one size fits all" approach to medicine is neither safe nor effective. With the help of pharmacogenomics tests and actionable reports, Dr. Leeman is able to identify and prescribe the most accurate and appropriate medicine and dosage for his patients.
Medication sensitivity tests remain accurate throughout your entire life. These tests will assist Dr. Leeman and other physicians make more informed and personalized decisions when prescribing medications for you in the future.
Take the first step towards more personalized care with medication sensitivity tests that will determine how well you metabolize medicine and which drugs you may want to avoid. Medication sensitivity testing consists of the following five simple steps.
Physicians who specialize in otolaryngology diagnose and treat conditions of the ear, nose, throat and head and neck disorders. Commonly referred to as ENT physicians, otolaryngologists like Dr. Leeman are trained in head and neck surgery, as well as medical management for patients with hearing, balance, speech, voice, taste and smell disorders.
Yes, our physician provides leading care to patients of all ages, including children.
Our highly trained surgeons perform procedures to alleviate disorders and injuries of the ear, nose and throat, as well as the head and neck and related structures. Common procedures include septoplasty, sinuplasty, tonsillectomy/adenoidectomy, reconstructive facial surgery and the removal of cancers.
Yes, our physicians can perform tests to determine the substances to which you are allergic and your sensitivity to each. Dr. Leeman will then prescribe a treatment method to manage your specific needs.
Depending on the cause of your snoring, our ENT specialists can employ methods to correct the issue. Treatment options include modifying your diet and lifestyle, medication and surgery.
Yes, our licensed audiologist, Dr. Deyanira Gonzalez, can perform a hearing evaluation to assess hearing loss determine which hearing aid is best suited to your lifestyle.
We accept and file most insurance, because we want you focused on your health, not your finances. Some of our accepted insurance carriers include:
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas
Coordinated Care Network
National Choice Care
Private Healthcare Systems
Seton Health Plan
Teachers Retirement System
Some insurance providers do require a referral in order to cover a visit to specialist like Dr. Leeman. If you are unsure of your coverage, please contact your health insurance provider.