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Medical Center
713-364-1800
The Woodlands
832-442-2500
Pearland
346-229-5200
Vintage Park
281-653-5850
SugarLand
346-309-2025
Bellaire Home
713-218-6500

Hemodialysis Treatment at Dialyspa

At Dialyspa, we know that the 12 hours you spend in dialysis each week can be draining, and you might even feel bored or unproductive. We believe that dialysis is about improving the quality of your life, and that includes improving the quality of the time you spend with us. therefore, we’ve designed our dialysis centers with your comfort in mind.

All our chairs have an adjustable temperature heating option and massage feature to help you relax, and each station also has a flat-panel television with touchscreen internet access. This way you can make the most of your session by enjoying TV, browsing the web, or making some progress on work projects.

We have 25% more clinical staff than industry standards, so we have more time to help you reach your individual health goals.

Dialyspa is the only dialysis clinic in Houston that offers treatment seven days a week, giving you greater flexibility over your schedule, and we have nocturnal shifts available. Flexible scheduling is available to accommodate your work schedule or unexpected life events.

Dialyspa can work with patients without reliable access to transportation to ensure you get the treatment you need when you need it.

Learn About the Dialyspa Difference Here!

Hemodialysis Pros

  • Medical staff present to monitor sessions and answer questions
  • Opportunity to meet and socialize with other hemodialysis patients
  • Four “off days” from treatment
  • No home-equipment storage required
  • Caregiver assistance not required

Hemodialysis Cons

  • Treatment sessions scheduled with clinic
  • Must travel to clinic for treatment
  • Strictest diet and fluid restrictions
  • May require rest or recovery time after each session
  • May require more medications

 

Hemodialysis Fistula Care

  • Thoroughly clean your fistula before each dialysis session.
  • Touch your fistula every day to feel the rhythm of your blood flow. Contact your doctor if you notice any changes in the flow, as this could signal a clot.
  • Check your access point every day for signs of infection. These can include swelling, tenderness, or redness. If you experience any of these symptoms, contact your doctor.
  • Avoid wearing tight-fitting clothing or accessories on your fistula arm.
  • Use your fistula exclusively as an access point for dialysis. If other health care providers need to draw blood or administer an injection, instruct them to use your other arm.
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