“Dr. Melo and his staff are excellent. I had pulmonary hypertension and they were wonderful to work with. After my double-lung transplant in Houston, I went back to these wonderful professionals to keep a doctor I trusted on board in San Antonio. They’re patient and listen to their clients’ questions and concerns. Highly recommended.”
– Patty S.
“I have been a patient at Texas IPS in San Antonio for 7 years, in treatment for my severe sleep apnea. The treatment I have received in especially these last 3 years with Dr. Manica Isiguzo has significantly improved the quality of my life. It is a joy to wake up in the morning feeling refreshed, and not to fall asleep in films or concerts in the afternoon or at night.”
– A. Baniasd
“I have been seeing Dr. Melo & his staff for a while now and I have always had a great experience. Dr. Melo is a wonderful doctor—he is extremely knowledgeable but at the same time very caring & compassionate. He explains everything until you understand and always is encouraging. He also has the greatest staff, such as Sandra & Ashley. They are always so welcoming & helpful. They go out of their way to help you anyway they can. I am very fortunate to have found Dr. Melo and his staff for what they have done to help improve my health.”
– H. Schilling
“Dr. Phoebe King is a very intelligent, professional and knowledgeable doctor. She is a great person with a great heart. She treated my dad when he became sick from COVID. Dr. King saved my father’s life, after God. Words don’t describe how thankful we are to Dr. King. Thank you so much for the difference you make in the lives of your patients.”
– E. Giguere
“Today I went in for some tests, of course I was getting a bit of anxiety as I usually do but, Mr. Danny made me feel so comfortable & his amazing energy totally helped me not feel anxious. He guided me through everything perfectly. NP Pam, super sweet and amazing, sat with me and took her time answering my questions. I felt safe and 100% taken care of.”
– K. Arango
Lung cancer claims more lives in America every year than any other form of cancer. In 2020, 136,084 people died of lung cancer. That’s more than double the next-deadliest cancer—51,869 people died of colorectal cancer the same year.
Dr. Ali Abedi and his team here at Texas IPS were interviewed by SA Live on KSAT 12 on learning how to take a lung cancer risk assessment test. Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers and leading killers in both men and women in the United States.