Pulmonologist Cracow

Comprehensive pulmonary care in Krakow

At the Prokocim Medical Center in Krakow, we offer specialist pulmonary care, providing a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of respiratory diseases.

A pulmonologist is a doctor who deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of all diseases affecting the respiratory system. Its areas of competence include m.in. asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pneumonia, emphysema, pneumoconiosis, tuberculosis, lung cancer and many others. A visit to a pulmonologist in Krakow is recommended in case of disturbing symptoms, such as chronic cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, chest pain or hemoptysis.

Pulmonologists at the Prokocim Medical Center have extensive experience and state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. As a result, they are able to quickly and precisely determine the cause of the ailment and implement appropriate treatment. They focus on comprehensive care and a holistic approach to the patient. Not only do they use the most effective pharmacological therapies, but they also make recommendations for lifestyle changes.

Therefore, if you are struggling with respiratory problems or are at risk of developing such diseases, take advantage of professional help.

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Pulmonology Pricing

Pulmonology consultation PLN 250
Spirometry + allergy consultation PLN 300

The most important information about pulmonologist appointments in Krakow

What does a pulmonologist specialist do?

A pulmonologist is a doctor who diagnoses, treats, and prevents respiratory diseases, including the lungs, bronchi, and trachea. His areas of expertise include asthma, tuberculosis, pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), sarcoidosis, as well as many other conditions that can affect your ability to breathe and overall health.

What does a visit to a pulmonologist involve?

A visit to a pulmonologist begins with a medical history, during which the doctor asks questions about the patient’s symptoms, past illnesses and lifestyle. The pulmonologist then auscultates the lungs with a stethoscope, assesses the appearance of the throat, and examines the mobility of the chest. If necessary, the doctor also orders additional tests, such as chest X-ray, spirometry, computed tomography or laboratory tests.

Where does a pulmonologist see a pulmonologist in Krakow?

A pulmonologist is admitted in the city of Krakow Prokocim.

Prokocim Medical Center, al. Adolfa Dygasiński 2d, 30-820 Cracow

Access by public transport: Przystanek Bieżanowska
tram lines: 3, 9, 13, 24, 49
bus lines: 144, 173, 301, 304, 314, 503

When should I see a pulmonologist?

A visit to a pulmonologist is recommended when you experience chronic or worsening symptoms related to the respiratory system, such as shortness of breath, chronic cough, wheezing, chest tightness, or difficulty breathing during exercise. In addition, a consultation may be needed for smokers, people with a family history of lung disease, and those who have been exposed to harmful substances in the work environment.

How to prepare for a visit to an allergist?

Before visiting a pulmonologist, it’s a good idea to gather all available medical records, including the results of previous imaging and laboratory tests. It is also important to remember about the description of the pharmacotherapy currently used. Notes on the symptoms you are experiencing and their severity may also be useful. This will make it easier for the doctor to make a diagnosis and choose the right treatment.

How often should I see a pulmonologist?

Regular visits to a pulmonologist are recommended if you have a chronic lung condition, such as asthma or COPD, at least once a year to monitor your health. Healthy people who develop new symptoms or an increased risk of lung disease should also consider visiting.

Does a pulmonologist only deal with lung diseases?

While the pulmonologist’s primary area of interest is lung disease, this specialist also deals with other respiratory problems, including upper respiratory tract conditions, respiratory problems, and sleep apnea.

Does a pulmonologist deal only with treatment or also with the prevention of lung diseases?

A pulmonologist deals with both the treatment of existing lung diseases and prevention, offering advice on preventing lung diseases, vaccination against influenza and pneumococcus, as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle.