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Hi Cassie!

We would like give a long overdue welcome to one of our own clinicians.  Cassandra (Cassie) Cuellar has been with us for one year now and has proven to be a wonderful addition to the VMAC family.  Her friendly smile and approachable demeanor reflects her style of care.  We are lucky to have her join […]

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Flu Season Revisited

We’re still not out of the woods everyone.  Our valley weather still has a few cold days left in it this winter.  When that happens, everyone, sick and healthy alike seek warmth indoors…together.  To protect yourself, here are some things the CDC recommends.  Avoid close contact with sick people.  Wash your hands with soap and […]

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Construction Renovation

This coming Friday (December 8, 2017), construction will begin on our lobby.  The front entrance will still be accessible and we don’t anticipate that we will need to close that entrance.  However, if the need arises, we will route foot traffic through alternate entry doors either on the west or east side.  We apologize for […]

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BioTe Seminar

Don’t forget to attend our BioTe Seminar on November 29, 2017 at 6:00 pm.  We’re located at 5201 N 10th in McAllen.  Don’t just look better, feel better!  First time BioTe patients get a 50 dollar discount off their first procedure just for attending!  Come by, enjoy our refreshments and see if this is right […]

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Reader’s Choice Award

We would like to congratulate Dr. Joel Solis for receiving Reader’s Choice Award for Sports Medicine.  The Rio Grande Valley’s newspaper, The Monitor, awarded him this honor on September 28, 2017 for his excellence in sports medicine.  Dr. Solis has been practicing medicine for 15 years and his dedication and commitment to his work is […]

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Flu Season

It’s flu season everyone and it’s time to get your flu shot.  Don’t get caught off guard so protect yourself by getting immunized.  For more information on the flu, click on the link below and find out what our Dr. Solis has to say about this illness in an article found in RGVision Magazine.   […]

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Tasty Holiday Recipes for Those with Diabetes

With Easter fast-approaching, planning your meals around a diabetic diet might seem difficult to achieve, but with these healthy recipes, you’ll be able to please all. Starting with brunch, a few light dishes we recommend to start with is Asparagus With Tangy-Smoky Dressing. This asparagus dish has only 2 grams of sugar per serving and […]

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Signs You Have Hypertension

About 75 million American adults (29%) have hypertension – that’s 1 in 3 American adults. It greatly increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, the first and third leading causes of death in the United States. With such a common affliction, it’s good to know how you can arm yourself and prevent this silent […]

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How to Treat Ear Infections in Infants

Often occurring following a cold, ear infections can plague our children and babies. Ear infections are likely caused by bacteria or viruses, leading to inflammation and swelling of the Eustachian tube. The tube then narrows and builds behind the eardrum, causing pressure and pain. Despite the discomfort and pain, there are treatments for your infant’s […]