Our mission at Beaumont Internal Medicine & Geriatric Associates is to offer compassionate, personalized medical care, while enhancing the overall quality and effectiveness of health care by fostering excellence and professionalism in the practice of medicine.

DEXA (Bone Density)

Full Service Lab

CLIA Certified


  • Venous
  • Carotid
  • Echo


Pulmonary function tests provide measures of airflow, lung volumes, gas exchange, response to bronchodilators, and respiratory muscle function. Basic pulmonary function tests available in the ambulatory setting include spirometry and pulse oximetry; these tests provide physiological measures of pulmonary function and can be used to quickly narrow down a differential diagnosis and suggest a subsequent strategy of additional testing or therapy.

Holter Monitoring

Holter monitoring is continuous monitoring and recording of the ECG, BP, or both for 24 hours. It is useful for evaluating intermittent arrhythmias and, as a secondary use, for detecting hypertension. The Holter monitor is also portable enables patients to participate in normal daily activities. Patients record their symptoms in order to correlate their accounts with the events on the monitor. The Holter monitor does not automatically analyze the ECG data; a physician does this at a later date.


  • The ankle-brachial index test is a quick, noninvasive way to check your risk of peripheral artery disease (PAD). Peripheral artery disease is a condition in which the arteries in your legs or arms are narrowed or blocked. People with peripheral artery disease are at a high risk of heart attack, stroke, poor circulation, and leg pain.
  • The ankle-brachial index test compares your blood pressure measured at your ankle with your blood pressure measured at your arm. A low ankle-brachial index number can indicate narrowing or blockage of the arteries in your legs, leading to circulatory problems, heart disease, or stroke. The ankle-brachial index test is sometimes recommended as part of a series of three tests, including the carotid ultrasound and abdominal ultrasound which check for blocked or narrowed arteries.
  • The ankle-brachial index test is done to check for peripheral artery disease (PAD), a condition in which the arteries in your legs or arms are narrowed.
  • Ask your doctor if you should have this test if you are age 50 or older and have any of these risk factors for PAD:
    • Being a current or former smoker
    • Diabetes
    • Overweight (a body mass index of 25 or greater)
    • High blood pressure
    • High cholesterol
    • If you’ve already been diagnosed with PAD, your doctor may recommend having an ankle-brachial index test to see if your treatment is working or if your condition has worsened.

Critical Care Assessment

Critical Care Assessment® is a valuable ANS testing tool in diagnosing hidden illnesses. Having the ability to quickly and easily test patients and receive immediate comprehensive interpretive reports after the test is invaluable to medical practitioners.


Dr. Musa

  • Medical Director of
    • New Century Hospice

Dr. Fowler

Dr. Blahey

  • Medical Director of
    • Texas Home Health Hospice
    • Texas Total Care Hospice
    • Compassion Hospice


Dr. Musa

  • Medical Director of
    • Altus Sleep Center
  • Reads Sleep Studies for
    • Elite Sleep Solutions
    • Sleep Lab of Texas

Sleep Apnea

Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD)



Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

Other sleep issues


Dr. Soberon

  • Botox
  • Restylene
  • Chemical Peels
  • Vein gogh
  • For leg veins and veins in the face
  • Aesthetics Medical Treatment
  • Compounding Pharmacies
  • Cosmeceuticals
  • Holistic Medicines
  • Mesotherapy/Hormone Therapies
  • Nutraceuticals
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Weight Management