Ticonderoga Specialty Clinics
Clinic Services Include
- Holter Monitor - Monday through Friday, 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG)
An electrocardiogram or ECG (also called an EKG) is a common, painless test recording the electrical activity of the heart and converts it into lines called "waveforms" that can be seen on a monitor or printed out on paper. The waveforms created by the ECG can be divided into time segments to measure the rate of movement of your heart's electrical impulses.
An ECG can tell if your heart is beating normally or detect heart disease or problems with the electrical conduction system of the heart. It records the rate and regularity of heartbeats, can tell the size and position of the chambers of the heart. An ECG also can record signs of damage to the heart and the effects of drugs or devices such as pacemakers.
A Holter Monitor is a machine that your doctor will order which will continuously record your heart rhythms for 24 hours or more. The monitor is worn continuously throughout the day and night and because it is worn for an extended time period, it can help physicians determine if there is a problem with the heart that would not normally be detected with a regular EKG which only checks the patient's heart rhythym for less than a minute.
Echocardiography is a diagnostic test that uses ultrasound waves to make images of the heart chambers, valves and surrounding structures. It can measure cardiac output and is a sensitive test for inflammation around the heart (pericarditis). It can also be used to detect abnormal anatomy or infections of the heart valves.
We offer a monthly outpatient endoscopy clinic at our Ticonderoga Campus, making it easier to receive screening colonoscopies, and diagnostic and treatment consultation services close to home.
The Outpatient Endoscopy Clinic is staffed by Eugene F. Cassone, M.D., a board certified gastroenterologist, who also practices at The University of Vermont Health Network - Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital (CVPH). Dr. Cassone schedules screening colonoscopies, endoscopies and consultations for healthy adults under the age of 75 who have no serious medical conditions.
Following the screening or consultation, Dr. Cassone will work with the patient’s primary care provider to create a plan for any further treatment.
The American Cancer Society recommends that people at average risk of colorectal cancer start regular screening at age 45. People with a family history of colorectal cancer should talk to their primary care physician to see if screening should begin at an earlier age.
To schedule an appointment, ask your primary care physician for a referral to Dr. Cassone.
Providers: Dr. Katelyn Shea and Morgen Hennessy PA-C
- Annual skin check
- Eczema and all forms of dermatitis
- Mole evaluations and removal
- Simple excisions of skin cancers and growths
- Skin cancer evaluation and management
- Skin infections (bacterial, fungal, viral)
- Skin growths
Orthopedics Specialty Clinic
The orthopedics clinic offers a full range of orthopedic services to get you back to the activities you enjoy as quickly as possible using both surgical and non-surgical techniques. Dr. Imobersteg cares for most musculoskeletal problems, including sports injuries, complex fractures, joint reconstruction, arthritis pain, sprains and strains, and many others. Our provider will meet with you to make a diagnosis, and develop the best treatment for your specific condition.
Clinic Care Includes
- Hand and Wrist
- Total Joint Replacement
- Sports Medicine
Women's Health Clinic
Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Molly Brown specializes in compassionate health care. Molly provides exceptional medical care—while making sure patients are seen, heard, and well cared for.
clinic care includes
- Breast Lump/Check
- IUD Check
- Vaginal Irritation/Infection
- Annual Exam
- IUD Insertion/Exchange/Removal
- Nexplanon Insertion/Exchange/Removal
- Contraception Counseling
- GYN Follow-up
- Options Counseling
- Preconception Counseling & Infertility
- Vulvar Biopsy
- OB Check Less than 28 Weeks
- New Patient Annual Exam
- Irregular Periods