Primary Care Physician Serving Nacogdoches and Lufkin, TX
Your primary care physician is your partner in health care. He or she is your first point of contact, guiding you through sickness and helping you maintain good health. It makes perfect sense you should choose a physician that you can work with. At Allmed Family Care Center P.A. ,our primary care physician is Dr. Kevin Tomsic. With a background in chiropractics and sports medicine, Dr. Tomsic is dedicated to helping his patients enjoy rich and active lives, free from pain and disease.
Working in tandem with the team of doctors at our Nacogdoches and Lufkin area practice, our primary
care physician develops individualized treatment plans that promote optimal health in our patients.
Your health is your most precious asset. That is why at Allmed Family Care Center P.A., we continually
stress the importance of preventive medicine. Contrary to popular belief, preventive medicine isn’t just
about warding off disease. It is also about developing life-long habits that promote the most vibrant
health possible. Your primary care physician can help you examine your lifestyle and come up with
simple strategies that will improve your quality of life.
Conditions We Treat
Our primary care physician and team of doctors treat patients of our Nacogdoches-based practice for
a wide range of conditions. Supported by evidence-based medicine, we create custom treatment plans
designed to optimize health. In addition to providing conventional treatments, our doctors excel at
tapping into alternative therapies to produce exceptional results. If you suspect that you may have one
of the conditions discussed below, please contact our practice as soon as possible to consult with an
Typically characterized by inflammation, pain, and limited movement, arthritis actually encompasses
over 100 conditions. Most common are rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis (also called
degenerative arthritis), and juvenile arthritis. Together, the various types of arthritis affect around 46
The word asthma derives from the Greek word “aazein,” which means to gasp or pant. This condition,
diagnosed in ancient Greece, afflicts more than 22 million Americans. Unfortunately, this number is
expected to rise. Common symptoms of asthma include shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure,
coughing, and wheezing.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a leading cause of illness and death around the
globe. COPD refers to a collection of disorders that includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis.
Many long-term smokers develop COPD. Although lung damage cannot be reversed, it can be slowed.
The severity of diabetes is often grossly underestimated. Diabetes causes more deaths a year than
AIDS and breast cancer combined. Although there are many types of diabetes, the three that get
the most attention are type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes. In order to avoid
the serious complications associated with diabetes, it is important to receive proper diagnosis and
treatment before the disease has a chance to develop.
Chronic headaches are disruptive headaches that occur on a daily basis at least 15 days a month for a
period of at least three months. Chronic migraine is a frequently diagnosed type of chronic headache.
Migraines can cause moderate to severe pain and can make the sufferers sensitive to light and sound.
Heart failure, also known as congestive heart failure (CHF), is a condition in which the heart cannot
pump enough blood to satisfy the body’s needs. Complications can include liver damage, kidney
damage, heart valve problems, and heart attack. With proper management, symptoms of heart failure
can improve and the risk of complications may diminish.
High Blood Pressure
Also referred to as hypertension, high blood pressure is a dangerous disease. It is known as the “silent
killer,” because it manifests few to no symptoms. Left untreated, high blood pressure can damage
arteries and lead to stroke, vision loss, kidney damage, and even erectile dysfunction. Fortunately, once
detected, high blood pressure is treatable. Having your blood pressure checked regularly can alert your
doctor before damage occurs.
The thyroid gland is responsible for producing hormones that help regulate the metabolism. When
thyroid gland function is disrupted, the body becomes unbalanced, using energy more quickly or slowly
than it should. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid is under active. Individuals with
hypothyroidism may experience weight gain, depression, and fatigue. Conversely, hyperthyroidism is
used to describe a thyroid that is too active. Rapid weight loss, sensitivity to heat, and an increased
heart rate are symptoms of an overactive thyroid.
The term vascular disease refers to a range of conditions that affect the circulatory system. Comprised
of veins, arteries, and lymph vessels, the circulatory system carries blood to every part of the body. One
of the more well-known vascular diseases is peripheral artery disease (PAD). Affecting approximately
eight million Americans, PAD is caused by narrowed or blocked arteries, most commonly in the pelvis
and legs. Symptoms of PAD include wounds of the feet or toes that do not heal, leg pain that persists
while resting, and cool skin of the legs and feet. Unfortunately, many people who have PAD experience
Contact Our Team of Doctors Serving the Lufkin and Nacogdoches Areas
Learn more about how preventive health care can decrease the risk of illness and improve the way you
live your life. Schedule an appointment with our primary care physician. Our doctors look forward to
serving Nacogdoches, Lufkin, and the surrounding communities for many years to come.