Al Shourouk Polyclinic
Saturday - Thursday : 08:00-21:00

Friday - Closed

Al Shourouk Polyclinic
971-6-745-5688

info@alshuroukmc.com

Al Shourouk Polyclinic
Al Ahalia Exchange Building

Al Bustan - Ajman

Al Shourouk Polyclinic
Al Shourouk Polyclinic
Al Shourouk Polyclinic

General Practitioner clinic in Ajman

Any healthcare provider must at the very least practice general medicine, and its practitioners advocate for healthy societie s and general illness prevention programs. A multidisciplinary approach is provided by the department of general medicine at Al Shourouk Polyclinic in Ajman to give a holistic and all-inclusive therapy fordiseases.

The ideal environment for healing is provided to patients thanks to the well-equipped labs and sophisticatedlycreated rooms, as well as the caring professional staff. The robust inter-professional team encourages problem-solving in a cooperative manner. The quality improvement team always looking for better methods to give patients the premium care possible so they can live healthy lives. If you look for a “general practitioner clinic near me”, you are sure to find us at the top of the search list. This is what makes us the trusted general practitioner in Ajman.

Our GP Services


1. Life Style Modification

Lifestyle changes play a huge role in reversing many health conditions and can help you build a successful habit towards a healthy future. The general practitioners in our clinic can help you follow a healthy lifestyle by modifying your dietary hab its to help you manage your health issues easily.


2. Diabetes, Hypertension, Dyslipidemia Management

Hypertension is one of the primary causes of disability and death in today’s world that needs immediate attention. Following a healthy lifestyle can help you manage health conditions efficiently and effectively.

Dyslipidemia is known to promote atherosclerosis. It is a complicated condition and a significant contributor to adverse cardiovascular results. Myocardial infarction (MI) and stroke are linked to high levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and low levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL).

Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes are one of common health conditions seen in today’s world. Managing healthy blood sugar levels, cholesterol, and blood pressure are some of the good ways to keep yourself healthy and handle any conditions.
Our General practitioners are skilled and have years of experience in the field. With proper medication and dietary changes, we can help you handle the symptoms and conditions efficiently.


3. Infectious Disease

Infectious diseases are illnesses brought on by pathogens, which are dangerous substances that enter your body. Viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites are the most frequent culprits. Typically, infectious diseases are passed from one person to another, through tainted food or drink, and through insect bites. Infectious diseases can range in severity from very mild to very serious.

Our trained General Practitioners can resolve any infections in your body. With years of experience in the field, we ensure t hat you are treated with care and support to speed up your healing process.


4. Minor Wound Care/ Repair

Any tearing or damage to the skin's outer layer constitutes a wound.A wound can heal more quickly and have a lower chance of becoming infected if the proper first aid is applied.First aid can be used to treat wounds including small cuts, lacerations, bites, and abrasions.

However, if you are suffering from any infection because of the wound, it is better to immediately seek a doctor’s help. The general practitioners at Al Shourouk are ready to help you with repairing any wounds, speeding up the healing process, and reducing the risk of further infection. We will also prescribe you antibiotics, if necessary.


5. Nutritional Deficiencies

When the body does not absorb or obtain the necessary amount of nutrients from the diet, a nutritional deficit results. Deficiencies may result in a number of health issues. These include issues with digestion, the skin, impaired or delayed bone growth, and even dementia. The body's inability to store some nutrients or a poor diet deficient in vital nutrients are two common causes of nutritional insufficiency.

The kind and severity of dietary deficits affect the course of treatment. When the proper diet is followed or a vitamin is ad ded, symptoms of nutritional deficiencies typically go away. A modest deficiency can be remedied by changing one's eating habits. For example, anemia sufferers should increase their intake of meat, eggs, poultry, green vegetables, and grains that are high in iron.

At Al Shourouk Polyclinic, our General Practitioners in Ajman can guide you with a proper dietary chart along with additional supplements to help you absorb nutrients on a daily basis. The frequency and dosage will depend on your nutritional defi ciency. Call our clinic right away to book an appointment.


6. Allergic Conditions

Your body's reaction to an allergen is called an allergic reaction.If you have allergies, your body will produce immunoglobulin E the first time you come into contact with a particular allergen (IgE). To create IgE, your immune system produces antibodies.

Some of the common forms of allergy include food allergies (when you have milk, eggs, soy, peanuts, etc.), inhalant allergies , pet allergies, dust, molds, etc.

Do not wait to see whether your symptoms go away if you suspect that you have allergies. Schedule a consultation with an allergist if your symptoms persist for more than a week or two or tend to return at particular periods of the year.

Through tests and proper diagnosis, our GP can identify your allergies and recommend you proper treatment to keep the allergies away.


7. Upper/Lower respiratory Infection

Your sinuses and throat are among the upper respiratory system's organs that are impacted by an upper respiratory infection. A runny nose, sore throat, and cough are all indications of an upper respiratory infection. Rest, water, and over-the-counter pain medications are frequently used as treatments for upper respiratory infections. Most infections disappear on their own.

When a virus (or bacteria) reaches your respiratory system, you develop an upper respiratory infection. For instance, you might shake hands with a sick individual or touch a contaminated surface. Next, you touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. Your body becomes infected by the bacteria on your hands.

Numerous lower respiratory infections (LRTIs) are self-limited and go away without further medical attention. Since there is no one treatment that works for all LRTIs, if you do require treatment, your doctor will decide which therapies would address the current symptoms you are having.

Our General Practitioners in Ajman will recommend you plenty of fluids and rest. Apart from that using a humidifier can really alleviate your infections. Our General Practitioners will provide you with NSAIDs, Acetaminophen, or any other treatment as needed.


8. Gastritis, Gastroenterocolitis treatment

You might refer to your symptoms as "stomach flu" if you have both diarrhea and vomiting. This illness, known as gastroenteritis, frequently causes these symptoms.

Your stomach and intestines become irritable and inflamed when you have gastroenteritis. Typically, a bacterial or viral infection is the culprit. This can also make you dehydrated which can include dry skin, dry mouth, light-headedness, etc.

Gastritis is an inflammation of the stomach's barrier lining.An abrupt, severe inflammation characterizes acute gastritis. If addressed, long-term inflammation associated with chronic gastritis can persist for years.

A less frequent variation of the illness is erosive gastritis. It normally doesn't result in much inflammation, although it can cause bleeding and stomach ulcers. Some of the common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, indigestion, etc.

If you are going through any of these symptoms, our General Practitioners are ready to help you.


9. Uro-Genital Infection

The treatment for gastritis is based on the severity of the condition. Avoiding using nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or other medications that may be the source of your gastritis symptoms. Our doctors at Al Shourouk can really help you with your gastritis and Gastroenterocolitissymptoms.


10. General Skin Conditions

Skin problems known as skin diseases can harm your skin. Rashes, inflammation, itching, and other skin changes can be brought on by these illnesses. While some skin diseases may be hereditary, others may be brought on by a person's lifestyle. Treatment options for skin conditions may include pills, lotions, ointments, or lifestyle modifications.

Most of the time, you can control these symptoms with medicine, good skincare, and lifestyle modifications. Treatment, however, can lessen symptoms and might possibly keep them at bay for several months.

Talk to our General practitioner in Ajman who can help with proper diagnosis and treatment.

11. General Thyroid Disease

Your thyroid develops and manufactures hormones that are involved in numerous bodily functions. Thyroid disease is characterized by the overproduction or underproduction of these critical hormones by your thyroid. Thyroid disease comes in a variety of forms, such as hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroiditis, and Hashimoto's thyroiditis.

Anyone can develop thyroid illness, including men, women, children, teenagers, and the elderly. At times, thyroid disease can be difficult to diagnose. Our general practitioner may recommend blood tests, imaging tests, physical exams, etc. to determine if you have any condition.



12. Musculoskeletal Pain

Muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, and bones can all be affected by musculoskeletal pain. For instance, a fracturemight result in immediate, excruciating pain. Pain may also be brought on by a chronic illness like arthritis. Consult our healthcare professional if your normal activities are affected by musculoskeletal pain. The correct medical care can reduce your pain.



13. IV fluids

IV fluids are fluids administered intravenously (IV) into a patient's veins. Dehydration and electrolyte abnormalities are avoided or treated. We at Al Shourouk Polyclinic can help you with any emergency situation as we are skilled professionals who can handle any emergency situation.


14. Referral

Referral in medicine refers to the request-based transfer of a patient's treatment from one doctor or clinic to another. Primary or secondary healthcare providers frequently send patients to tertiary care centers. Our general practitioners at Al Shourouk can guide you with the referral for you to treat anywhere else.