Tanya I. Diaz, MD, is a board-certified family medicine physician with Orlando Health Medical Group FHV Health. She provides wellness and preventative care as well as treatment for acute and chronic conditions to children, adults and seniors. Her areas of interest include adolescent and women’s health, weight management, geriatrics and research.
Dr. Diaz wants every patient reach their highest possible level of health by benefitting from preventative care, wellness checks, and education and counseling on positive lifestyle changes and choices. Patients with developing or existing chronic or acute conditions will find a physician ready to monitor their health and access to the most recent treatments and therapies.
Dr. Diaz appreciates the many hats women wear in today’s world and how busy they are. Despite hectic schedules, she encourages women to make time for their health with routine screenings and exams.
An annual well-woman visit includes a gynecological and breast exam plus a general health screening for high blood pressure, body mass index, and a review of personal and family health history. Based on these results, Dr. Diaz helps patients address their ongoing well-being or health concerns with a treatment plan or schedule based on age, risk factors, and health and family history.
As they begin to experience physical and psychosocial developmental changes, adolescents have unique needs during this stage of life. Dr. Diaz is available for routine care like well-visits and sports physicals and the more complex medical and emotional issues of this age group such as:
- Eating disorders
- Gynecological disorders
- Mental health
- Reproductive health
Seniors require a physician with extensive knowledge of the conditions often found in this age group such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis and more. From those with a single condition to those with multiple ones, patients know they can turn to Dr. Diaz for expert geriatric care.
Dr. Diaz’s Training
Dr. Diaz earned her medical degree from the University of Puerto Rico, School of Medicine in San Juan, where she also completed her residency in family medicine.
She is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.