Wellness Physicals/Annual Exams (Work, Sports Physicals, etc.):

The physical exam is an essential part of any doctor’s visit. Surprisingly, though, there are no absolutes in a routine physical. A good doctor may be thorough or brief, but he or she will spend time listening to your concerns and providing counseling for your particular needs. Annual exams usually check your history, vital signs, general appearance, heart, lungs, head, and neck. (Source)

Acute Care (Upper Respiratory Infections, Bladder Infections, Rashes, Sprains, etc.)

Chronic Disease Management (Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Asthma, Stomach Problems, Anxiety, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Obesity, etc.):

An integrated care approach to managing illness which includes screenings, check-ups, monitoring and coordinating treatment, and patient education. It can improve your quality of life while reducing your health care costs if you have a chronic disease by preventing or minimizing the effects of a disease. (Source)

Cancer Screenings (Breast, Lung, Prostate, Colon, Skin, etc.):

Screenings mean checking your body for cancer before you have symptoms. Getting screening tests regularly may find breast, cervical, and colorectal (colon) cancers early when treatment is likely to work best. Lung cancer screening is recommended for some people who are at high risk. (Source)

Appropriate Laboratory Services (Diabetes Screening, Cholesterol, Advanced Lipid Testing, Kidney/Liver/Thyroid Function, Hormone Levels, etc.)

Heart, Lung and Vascular Functions Evaluations and Testings

Smoking Cessation:

Tobacco use can lead to tobacco/nicotine dependence and serious health problems. Quitting smoking greatly reduces the risk of developing smoking-related diseases.Tobacco/nicotine dependence is a condition that often requires repeated treatments, but there are helpful treatments and resources for quitting.

Smokers can and do quit smoking. In fact, today there are more former smokers than current smokers. (Source)

STD Screening:

STD testing is quick, easy, and it usually doesn’t hurt. There’s not a single test for all STDs — each STD has its own test. Your doctor can help you figure out which tests you need. STD testing may include:

  • A urine test — you just pee into a cup.
  • A cheek swab — you rub the inside of your cheek with a soft swab to test for HIV.
  • A blood test — your nurse or doctor takes blood from your arm or a quick finger prick.
  • A physical exam — your nurse or doctor looks at your genital area to check for warts, sores, rashes, irritation, or discharge.
  • Testing your sores — your nurse or doctor takes a sample of fluid from any sores or blisters you have with a swab.
  • Using a swab to gently take discharge or cell samples from your penis, vagina, urethra, cervix, anus, or throat.
  • You can get tested for most STDs whether or not you have any symptoms. Some STDs look and act alike, so you might be tested for a few different infections.

Weight Loss Management:

Weight loss is something with which millions of people struggle. As you know, your weight doesn’t just contribute to your physical appearance. Your weight and the amount of fat in your body can help or hurt your body by contributing to either a healthy physique or lead to medical issues such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. Weight loss is not just about restricting calories, which is what most people try to do. Weight loss is really about correcting your nutrition, managing your stress, and for some, working with or around chronic diseases and medical conditions.

Exercise and Nutrition Counseling

Dr. Khan will provide you with a structured nutritional program based on your specific individual needs. He can assist you on your weight-loss journey and help you regain optimal health and wellness.


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Office-based Minor Surgical Procedures (Skin Procedures and Joint/Trigger Point Injections)

Coordinate Your Tests, Treatments, Specialist Visits and Hospitalizations.

Provide Guidance, Insight, and Advice.

Offer Cost-Effective Solutions to Better Manage Your Medical Expenses.

For primary care doctor services please visit  4002 West Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75093 or call us at 972-985-8000.