- May 25, 2017
Seasons Adult Medicine has over 20 years of combined experience providing patients of Rexburg and the Upper Valley area with personalized care they deserve. Our Adult Medicine Providers are Steven Lofgran, MD, Brian Beesley, MD, and Rex Meredith, PA-C.
Our Adult Medicine Providers have specialized training, focused on the prevention and treatment of adult diseases. They are uniquely qualified in solving puzzling diagnostic problems and can handle severe chronic illnesses and situations where several different illnesses may strike at the same time.
Finding a healthcare provider equally matched to the health challenges adults face can seem overwhelming. With Board Certified Internists and Family Physicians trained in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and illnesses in adulthood patients can experience greater peace of mind when it comes to their physical, mental, and emotional health needs.
They pride themselves in treating adults with the best medical attention for the best results. Internists are uniquely trained in solving diagnostic problems and can also handle situations where different illnesses may persist at the same time.
With this training, Internists and Family Physicians are in a rare position in offering medical support to adults experiencing a wide range of health challenges throughout their life. Navigating the challenges of infectious diseases, healthy lifestyles, and other acute or chronic conditions adults face can be overwhelming, but with the expertise of an internist it doesn’t have to be that way.
Like other specialty doctors, physicians who focus on adult health do more than is expected for their patients compared to a general doctor. With professionalism they know what questions to ask to get to the root of common health concerns like arthritis, diabetes, and aging challenges.
At Seasons Medical our Internist and Family Physician are equipped with all the knowledge and tools to treat all the patient’s medical illnesses. They use the most up-to-date technology and techniques to go beyond what is expected in providing the best medical treatment possible.
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Lung disease is any problem in the lungs that prevents the lungs from working properly.
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