The most common way to get an infectious disease is through contact with an infected person or animal, but you can also get a disease through eating or drinking something contaminated. Call infectious disease specialist Sarfraz A. Choudhary, MD, FACP, at Infectious Diseases Tropical Medicine and Travel Clinic in Lansdowne, Virginia, if you suspect you’ve had exposure to an infectious disease. Some diseases have mild symptoms, but others can lead to serious and life-threatening health conditions. Call or schedule an appointment online.
Early signs of Lyme disease include fever, chills, fatigue and muscle aches. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms and you’ve been in an area known to have deer ticks, you should call the Infectious Diseases Tropical Medicine and Travel Clinic in Lansdowne, Virginia, for an appointment with specialist Sarfraz Choudhary, MD, FACS, right away. It’s important to treat Lyme disease early because later symptoms can be more severe. Dr. Choudhary has extensive experience diagnosing and treating Lyme disease, which is often difficult to diagnose. Call or make an appointment online.
Osteomyelitis, a rare but serious condition, is an infection of the bone. It affects less than 1,000 people a year. Because it is such an uncommon disease, it’s important to find a physician with experience diagnosing and treating this often-painful disease. Specialist Sarfraz A. Choudhary, MD, FACP, at Infectious Diseases Tropical Medicine and Travel Clinic in Lansdowne, Virginia, has over 15 years of experience treating infectious diseases, including osteomyelitis. For more information, call or make an appointment online.
No one likes to talk about foot fungus or infections. But if you have a painful rash or tender skin on your foot or lower legs and live in the Lansdowne, Virginia, area, you should make an appointment with infectious diseases specialist Sarfraz A. Choudhary, MD, FACP, at Infectious Diseases Tropical Medicine and Travel Clinic. You may have cellulitis, a potentially dangerous infection of the skin and soft tissue beneath your skin. Cellulitis can also affect your arms, hands, face, and eyes. Call for an appointment or make one online today.