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Asthma is a respiratory condition that is characterized by wheezing, shortness of breath, and difficulty breathing. If you or your child is experiencing these symptoms, our asthma specialists at Internal Medicine & Pediatric Clinic in New Albany, Mississippi can create a customized treatment plan for you. We offer diagnostics and treatment services to give you a better understanding of your condition. 

Together, we can get your symptoms under control and improve your quality of life. Schedule an appointment with our practice today and get excellent care for asthma in no time.

What Are Common Asthma Symptoms? 

Asthma is a chronic respiratory condition that causes inflammation in the lungs. Asthmatic patients experience respiratory issues due to a swollen bronchi. Common symptoms include coughing, shortness of breath, having a tight feeling in your chest, and wheezing. These symptoms can worsen when patients are in contact with allergens such as pollen or dust. 

Although there is no cure for asthma, our experts at IM&PC are dedicated to creating a customized treatment plan to make this chronic condition more manageable. 

What Causes Asthma?

Experts have yet to identify what causes asthma but medical researchers suggest a number of factors that contribute to the risk of developing this condition. Genetics and medical history are strong indicators of developing asthma; patients who have asthma likely inherited it from their asthmatic parents. Having allergies or suffering from respiratory infections are also drivers for developing asthma. 

How Are Patients Diagnosed With Asthma?

Our asthma specialists perform a series of diagnostics to determine whether your symptoms are a sign of asthma. This includes lung function tests such as a spirometry to measure how much air is moving in your lungs. 

How Do You Treat Asthma? 

Our practice combines medication and lifestyle modifications to create positive impacts on our clients’ well-being. Adopting an exercise routine can help strengthen your lungs and improve respiration. Wearing masks during allergy season can help mitigate exposure to allergens such as pollen and dust. 

Additionally, you may be prescribed specialized inhalers, on top of the typical inhaler medicine, to be used on an as-needed basis. Our treatment plans are customized to you or your child’s specific condition after taking your symptoms and your overall health into account. 

Get urgent care for your asthma symptoms today. Get in touch with our asthma specialists by calling our practice or scheduling an appointment online.

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