Pulmonary Medical Consultants

27721 State Highway 249, Suite 300, Tomball, TX 77375

(281) 357-1300

info@lungdoctorhouston.com

MON-FRI : 8AM - 5PM
SAT-SUN : Closed

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Providing Pulmonary, Sleep Disorder, And Allergy Medicines

State-of-the-art pulmonary and critical care medical practice uses the latest in certified electronic health records and electronic medical prescription technology
Our Mission
At our point of care, we emphasize the healthy lung concept and aim to see you breathe and sleep better
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Welcome to Pulmonary Medical Consultants

Pulmonologist and Sleep Specialist Tomball, TX

Since 1999, Pulmonary Consultants & Sleep Specialists of Tomball, TX has been offering professional sleep disorder and lung disease diagnosis, prevention and treatment to the Eastern Texas area. When you are referred to us and become our patient, we can help you find the cause of your sleeping and breathing problems and formulate a treatment plan that will best help you.
covid-19 vaccine
Today Gov. Greg Abbott announced he was lifting the mandatory mask mandate for the state on March 10 as the number of COVID-19 infections continues to decrease. While the downward trend is a great milestone for our community, we must not forget the necessity of continuing to protect ourselves, our families, our friends and our neighbors. As the governor said, withdrawing the mandate does not mean withdrawing your personal responsibility to wear a mask. Even if it is not mandated, as your Pulmonary Physician, I urge all my patients to wear our masks until enough of our community is vaccinated that we approach herd immunity. Besides being vaccinated, wearing a mask is the most effective way to keep infections down and begin to return to normal. We encourage you to make the personal decision to keep wearing your mask. Because when we do the right thing, we can stop the spread together.
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Post-COVID Symptoms
COVID-19 has now been with us for a while. As patients adjust to the “new normal”, doctors and researchers are learning how to best treat the long-term effects of this virus. Because the coronavirus is a respiratory disease, it is especially important for patients with pulmonary issues to monitor their symptoms. Here’s what patients need to know.
How Does COVID-19 Affect the Lungs?
COVID-19 causes inflammation as the virus infects a person’s airways. This inflammation leads to some of the trademark COVID symptoms: a dry cough, pain while breathing, and difficulty catching one’s breath. However, the disease affects all patients differently. Patients with pre-existing pulmonary conditions are more likely to develop lung symptoms, including symptoms that last after the patient recovers from the coronavirus. This is because a person with pre-existing lung conditions already has a weaker lung capacity, making them more vulnerable to this type of infection.
COVID-19 affect the lungs
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Lung Symptoms to Watch For
In addition to the symptoms above, a lung patient with COVID-19 is also at risk for developing pneumonia, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), and other complications. These complications can last beyond a person’s COVID infection. Other long-term effects, such as problems breathing, can be milder but will still impact a patient’s overall quality of life.
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Pulmonary Embolism

Pulmonary Embolism

A pulmonary embolism is a blockage in an artery in the lung.

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COPD

COPD

It is a long-term lung disease that refers to both chronic bronchitis & emphysema.

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Asthma

Asthma & Allergies

Asthma and allergies often go hand-in-hand. Asthma is a disease of the branches.

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Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer

Lung cancer and smoking often, but not always, go hand in hand.

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Bronchoscopy

Bronchoscopy

Bronchoscopy is a service that we offer. It is a procedure that will allow us to look at your lungs in more detail.

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Pulmonary Hypertension

Pulmonary Hypertension

Pulmonary hypertension makes the transportation of blood more difficult around the body.

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Working With A Specialist
It is very important that you work with a lung specialist if you are having post-COVID pulmonary symptoms. A specialist will monitor your lung function over time so that you can get specialized, long-term care. Recovery takes time, and a lung specialist will be able to support you during the journey so you can get the care you need as you heal.
Meet DR. Mustafa Naeem, M.D
Contact a Lung Specialist Today
Dr. Naeem has been providing expert lung care for over twenty years. He provides specialist services in Tomball to patients across the Houston area. To learn more or to schedule an appointment.

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(281) 357-1300

Email:

info@lungdoctorhouston.com

Hours:

MON-FRI : 8AM - 5PM
SAT-SUN : Closed

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