Dr. Alex Lechin spent the majority of his life dedicated to helping out others. That was the primary motive in him becoming a doctor. As a youth, he understood the importance of a strong professional network. Being a doctor only helped him solidify this belief. He has seen countless patients over the span of his professional career. In addition, he has given guidance and provided assistance to thousands of individuals in the Texas area. As a pulmonologist and a doctor, his goal remains simple: to help out as many people as possible. More specifically, he wishes to reach out to more suffering individuals and help them achieve better health. With the help of social media, a personal website, and a contact page, he plans on achieving just that.
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Dr. Lechin is the founder as well as acting president of the Texas Institute of Chest & Sleep Disorders, P.A. In addition to his position at this prestigious institution, Dr Lechin is a pulmonologist. More specifically, he specializes in the diagnoses as well as treatments of lung conditions. Since pulmonologists encounter a variety of clinical problems, they must have knowledge of internal medicine as well as other specialties in order to obtain certification. Aside from lung conditions, he also specializes in the treatment of lung diseases. As a matter of fact, he has specialzied in this field for most of his professional career.
Pulmonology is an internal medicine sub-specialty. Furthermore, doctors who practice pulmonology have knowledge of internal medicine. In addition to providing long-term care to patients with chronic conditions, pulmonologists may also serve as consultants to other physicians.
The Texas Institute of Chest & Sleep Disorders offers the following services. Similarly, the Institute offers a wide array of treatments just as well. In addition, if you wish to discuss any medical concerns, feel free to reach out to him as well!
Dr. Lechin’s Medical Services:
- Acute respiratory as well as distress syndrome (ARDS)
- Chronic cough
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Cystic fibrosis
- Lung cancer
- Obstructive sleep apnea
- Pleural effusion
- Solitary pulmonary nodule
- Blood gas analysis
- Bronchial provocation
- Closed pleural biopsy
- Peak expiratory flow rate monitoring
- PFTs (pulmonary function tests)