We’ve learned that COVID-19 is a complex disease—one that uniquely affects each person. Some who have recovered from COVID-19 infection may develop post-COVID syndrome—also called long-haul COVID—which can cause breathing issues, heart problems, kidney damage, neurological symptoms, and lingering loss of taste or smell long after they are virus-free. These symptoms may be quite subtle or vague, making patients feel “off” but unable to pinpoint exactly what they’re experiencing.
CentraState’s Post-COVID Syndrome Treatment Program provides patients with individualized treatment plans that address these symptoms and alleviate concerns they may have about any lasting effects on their health.
“By offering both preventive and diagnostic screenings, this program provides peace of mind and treatment to address a range of issues, reassuring patients that their concerns are valid, listened to, and understood as they navigate their post-COVID journey,” says Todd Cooperman, MD, lead physician of the program.
CentraState’s Post-COVID Syndrome Treatment Program is open to anyone who may be experiencing symptoms beyond four weeks after being diagnosed with COVID-19, whether or not symptoms were experienced during initial infection.
For more information about the Post-COVID Syndrome Treatment Program at CentraState, visit centrastate.com/post-covid.