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Did you know that immediate treatment can minimize the long-term effects of stroke and prevent you from experiencing further complications? Our team at Doctors Hospital of Manteca is dedicated to creating a customized treatment plan that guides your recovery,
including diagnostic testing and advanced procedures to personalized rehab plans. We aim to get you back on your feet and doing the activities you love as soon as possible.
A stroke diagnosis does not mean you have to face difficult surgeries
or lengthy hospital stays. Doctors Hospital of Manteca is a designated Primary Stroke Center, and in conjunction with neurologists from UCSF, our highly skilled team of doctors is specialized in treating strokes to help you receive the best care available. Doctors Hospital of Manteca is affiliated with Doctors Medical Center in Modesto, which, when needed, provides our patients immediate access to stroke experts and some of the latest therapies to treat stroke.
Learn how to spot stroke symptoms fast. F.A.S.T. Face - Ask the person to smile. Does one side of the face droop? Arms - Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward? Speech
- Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence. Are the words slurred? Can the patient repeat the sentence correctly? Time - If a person is having trouble with these basic commands, call 911 immediately. If you think you or someone you
care about is experiencing the symptoms of a stroke, call 911 immediately.
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