CareFront Medical Group


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Breathe Easy with Expert Asthma Care at CareFront

Our team is made up of experienced doctors who come up with personalized plans for managing asthma so that symptoms are minimized and the patient’s life is improved. We understand that an asthma treatment plan is complex and individualized; therefore, we strive to work together in order to make a comprehensive protocol based on your needs and goals.

We will be present throughout your entire journey, whether you need immediate relief from severe signs of asthma or if you are searching for methods to help control it in the long run. Trust CareFront to give you the best possible quality asthma treatment through our expansive medical knowledge, caring attitude and dedication towards excellence. Book an appointment with us now and begin breathing easier as well as a brighter future. We welcome you at CareFront, your optimal asthma management choice.

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If you’re ready to take the next step toward better health, locate your nearest CareFront Medical Group and schedule an appointment today.

What is Asthma?

Asthma is a chronic lung disease that results in the inflammation and contraction of the airways. This can lead to attacks characterized by wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. Some of the causes of asthma may include:

CareFront's Approach to Asthma Treatment

Our focus for the asthma treatment approach has two main goals:

Our Services for Asthma Treatment

Medications for Asthma Treatment

At CareFront, we offer a range of medications that help you control and manage asthma symptoms. Here is a summary of some typical options:

Living Well with Asthma

Medication is not the only solution to handling asthma and bettering one’s general health. Following other life changes such as those below may help to improve your quality of life:


Am I asthmatic?

See a CareFront doctor immediately if you have symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, or shortness of breath, especially at night or when you are exercising. Since you may be asthmatic, the doctor can diagnose this condition after performing a comprehensive examination.

What if my asthma doesn't get better with medication?

If your asthma is not improving despite medication, additional therapies may be advised to you by your physician. These are new medicines that target specific areas of the immune system that play a role in causing asthma.

Is exercise possible with asthma?

Yes, exercise is vital regardless of asthma. However, it’s important to select activities that do not prompt your symptoms and use the quick-relief inhaler before exercising if necessary. Talk with your doctor about how to come up with an exercise schedule.

How often should I see a doctor for my asthma?

How often you visit the doctor will depend on how serious your condition is. Usually, you will have regular check-ups with your doctor to monitor your asthma and change your treatment plan if necessary.