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  • Treating Arthritis
    Living with the pain and discomfort of arthritis? Dr. Dan Hoyumpa at Texan Family Clinic in San Antonio, TX is committed to helping you find the most effective methods of Read more
  • High Blood Pressure FAQs
    You’ve probably heard of high blood pressure but may still have a lot of questions about what it is and what can cause high blood pressure. It’s important that you’re Read more
  • Dealing With a Chronic Condition Like Diabetes
    Diabetes is a condition that needs to be treated with extreme care so that nothing worsens and you can continue living your best life. With diabetes, your body isn’t producing Read more
  • Helping You Manage Your Arthritis
    Arthritis pain is a common complaint in the U.S. In fact, nearly 60 million Americans suffer from arthritis symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you're Read more
  • What to Expect at Your Physical Examination
    Take charge of your health by getting annual physical exams. When people think about physical examinations they often think about the annual exams that kids and teens need to get from Read more
  • Why High Blood Pressure Matters
    How your family medicine doctor in San Antonio, TX, can help with high blood pressure. High blood pressure matters. It’s a measure of how hard your heart is working, and it’s Read more
  • FAQs About Family Medicine
    When you are looking for a family physician in San Antonio, TX, Dr. Dan Hoyumpa of Texan Family Clinic offers the services you expect from a family medicine physician.  What is family medicine? A Read more
  • The Importance of Diabetic Care
    Over 34 million Americans have diabetes according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That's why proper medical care for diabetes in San Antonio, TX, is an important Read more
  • Treating Your Arthritis
    Your family doctor in San Antonio, TX, can help you get relief from arthritis pain.   Arthritis pain can make you miserable. When you have arthritis it can make even the easiest Read more
  • When To Visit the ER vs. Urgent Care
    You should always visit an emergency room (ER) for immediate assistance when a life-threatening medical issue occurs. However, an urgent care setting is an excellent and more appropriate alternative for Read more
  • Managing Your High Blood Pressure
    High blood pressure increases your risk of heart attacks and other serious health problems. Fortunately, your San Antonio, TX, family physician, Dr. Dan Hoyumpa of Texan Family Clinic, can help Read more
  • Do You Need a Physical Examination?
    Have you undergone your annual physical examination this year, or are you planning on scheduling one this year? The National Institutes of Health strongly recommends that all adults must visit Read more
  • How We Can Help You Manage Your Diabetes
    Diabetes is a condition that affects about 29 million individuals in the United States. When you have diabetes, the body is unable to produce or use insulin properly. As a Read more
  • Helping Manage Your Urgent Care Health Concern
    Our virtual telemedicine visits can provide you with immediate care when it matters most. With everything going on right now, we know that the last thing you want to worry Read more
  • What Are the Early Signs of Arthritis?
    What Are the Early Signs of Arthritis? You may have heard the word arthritis thrown about when people talk about joint pain. Joint pain is extremely common and it usually correlates Read more
  • How to Live Well With Diabetes
    The American Diabetes Association states that approximately 4,000 people every single day are diagnosed with diabetes. For many people, a diabetes diagnosis can be an overwhelming and confusing experience, as Read more


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