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We provide our patients with the same type of care that we’d wish to receive, placing an emphasis on attentiveness, timeliness, and communication. What’s more, we take a patient-centric approach to primary care, providing our patients with individualized treatment plans and access to valuable preventive care programs, as well as referrals to specialty providers when needed. This ensures that every patient receives the high-quality care that he or she deserves, all within the Soliman Care Family Practice Center.


When you choose a primary care physician at Soliman Care Family Practice, you’re choosing a provider you can trust to:

  • Spend as much time as needed explaining your options and making sure you feel fully confident in your treatment decisions
  • Be there for you (and your family!) whenever you need medical attention, whether that’s first thing in the morning on a workday or late at night on a weekend, with the shortest wait time possible
  • Look at the bigger picture, recommending not only diagnostic tests and treatments, but also preventive care services and wellness programs to help you feel your best in the long term

Additionally, Soliman Care Family Practice’s primary care providers are in-network for most major insurance plans, including AETNA, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, and more.


Our practitioners provide this service for patients 5 years and older.

Bring any required forms including a completed health and immunization history.

If the athlete has a history of any type of heart problem, heart condition, or an episode or event related to their heart, we require documentation from the treating physician stating the condition has been evaluated and does not prevent participation in sports.

A sports and school physical should not replace an annual wellness physical.


Preventive medicine: Medical practices that are designed to avert and avoid disease. For example, screening for hypertension and treating it before it causes disease is good preventive medicine. Preventive medicine takes a proactive approach to patient care.


Losing excess weight helps you look your best and keeps you healthy. If you want to achieve and maintain your optimum weight, doctor-supervised weight loss is usually the safest, most effective option. At Soliman Care Family Practice Center, the team of weight loss experts, led by Shahinaz Soliman, MD, can help you shed those extra pounds through monthly monitoring, customized diet plans, and medication. We also run weight loss contests to encourage our patients to reach their weight loss goals. To schedule an appointment, call the office in Torrance, California, or use the online booking tool.

Weight Loss Q & A


What are the health effects of obesity?

If you struggle with excess weight or obesity, you may have concerns about how it affects your appearance. But obesity can also have serious effects on your health. If you don’t reach and maintain a healthy weight, you’re at an increased risk for health problems that can affect your entire body.

Obesity-related health problems include, but are not limited to:

Type 2 diabetes

This chronic condition affects the way your body metabolizes sugar and can lead to serious complications when left unmanaged, including heart disease, stroke, and amputations.

High blood pressure and high cholesterol

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, as well as high levels of LDL, or “bad” cholesterol, point to a significantly elevated risk of heart disease, heart failure, and stroke.

Sleep apnea

This condition causes you to stop breathing many times during the night, depriving you of the oxygen you need and preventing you from getting restful, satisfying sleep.

Chronic pain

When you carry excess weight, you may put excess strain on your bones and joints, leading to chronic pain from conditions, including arthritis.

How can my doctor help me lose weight?

Soliman Care Family Practice offers personalized, supervised weight loss services so you can lose weight at a healthy, steady pace and get the results you’re looking for. Your weight loss treatment may include both a diet plan and medication.

The team at Soliman Care Family Practice creates easy-to-follow diet plans that allow you to get the nutrients you need and feel satisfied while you lose weight. Often, these plans involve a brief period when you eat only 1,200 calories a day to encourage faster weight loss.

The team may prescribe medication, such as Contrave®, Belviq®, or phentermine to help control your appetite and food cravings.

While you follow your weight loss plan, you come into Soliman Care Family Practicefor monthly monitoring. The team supports you to make the behavioral and dietary changes you need to lose weight and keep it off.

How do I keep off the weight once I lose it?  

You may be concerned that if you follow a weight loss plan, you’ll gain back the weight soon after losing it. The good news is that you can prevent this from happening, and the team at Soliman Care Family Practice is there to help.

Maintaining a healthy weight is a lifelong commitment, and though it may be challenging, you do have the power to control it. The team teaches you to be an active participant in your health and permanently change your lifestyle. This includes eating a healthy, balanced diet, getting regular exercise, and being aware of what triggers unhealthy eating habits.

To learn how a supervised weight loss plan can change your life, schedule an appointment at Soliman Care Family Practice over the phone, or use the convenient online booking tool.


Acute visits are appointments with the health care provider that revolve around a specific complaint. Common examples of acute visits are cold symptoms, fever, stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation and weight loss.


Management of chronic diseases is a critical component of primary care that contributes to better health and care for individuals.
Chronic Disease Management An integrated care approach to managing illness which includes screenings, check-ups, monitoring and coordinating treatment, and patient education. It can improve your quality of life while reducing your health care costs if you have a chronic disease by preventing or minimizing the effects of a disease.


A well woman examination is an exam offered to women to review elements of their reproductive health. It is recommended once a year for most women. The exam includes a breast examination, a pelvic examination and a pap smear but may also include other procedures.


A physical examination is a routine test your primary care provider (PCP) performs to check your overall health.  The exam is also known as a wellness check. You don’t have to be sick to request an exam.

The physical exam can be a good time to ask your PCP questions about your health or discuss any changes or problems that you have noticed.

There are different tests that can be performed during your physical examination. Depending on your age or medical or family history, your PCP may recommend additional testing.

The purpose of an annual physical exam:

A physical examination is recommended at least once a year,for every age. These exams are used to:

  • check for possible diseases so they can be treated early
  • identify any issues that may become medical concerns in the future
  • update necessary immunizations
  • ensure that you are maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine
    build a relationship with your PCP


Health screenings for men

You should visit your health care provider regularly, even if you feel healthy. The purpose of these visits is to:

  • Screen for medical issues
  • Assess your risk for future medical problems
  • Encourage a healthy lifestyle
  • Update vaccinations
  • Help you get to know your provider in case of an illness



Even if you feel fine, you should still see your provider for regular checkups. These visits can help you avoid problems in the future. For example, the only way to find out if you have high blood pressure is to have it checked regularly. High blood sugar and high cholesterol level also may not have any symptoms in the early stages. Simple blood tests can check for these conditions.

There are specific times when you should see your provider. Below are screening guidelines for men ages 40 to 64.


  • Have your blood pressure checked at least once a year. If the top number (systolic number) is between 120 to 139 mm Hg or the bottom number (diastolic number) is between 80 to 89 mm Hg, then continue to have it checked every year.
  • If the top number is greater than 140 or the bottom number is greater than 90, schedule an appointment with your provider.
  • If you have diabetes, heart disease, kidney problems, or certain other conditions, you may need to have your blood pressure checked more often.
  • Watch for blood pressure screenings in your area. Ask your provider if you can stop in to have your blood pressure checked.


  • Your cholesterol should be checked every 5 years.
  • If you have a high cholesterol level, diabetes, heart disease, kidney problems, or certain other conditions, you may need to be checked more often.
  • Some men should consider taking aspirin to prevent heart attacks. Ask your provider before you start aspirin because aspirin may increase your risk for bleeding.


  • If you are age 45 or older, you should be screened every 3 years.
  • If you are overweight, ask your provider if you should be screened at a younger age. Asian Americans should be screened if their BMI is greater than 23.
  • If your blood pressure is above 140/80 mm Hg, or you have other risk factors for diabetes, your provider may test your blood sugar level for diabetes.


If you are under age 50, talk to your health care provider about getting screened. You should be screened if you have a strong family history of colon cancer or polyps. Screening may also be considered if you have risk factors such as a history of inflammatory bowel disease or polyps.

If you are between ages 50 to 75, you should be screened for colorectal cancer. There are several screening tests available:

  • A fecal occult blood (stool-based) test done every year
  • A fecal immunochemical test (FIT) every year
  • A stool DNA test every 3 years
  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy every 5 years
  • Double contrast barium enema every 5 years
  • CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy) every 5 years
  • Colonoscopy every 10 years

You may need a colonoscopy more often if you have risk factors for colorectal cancer, such as:

  • Ulcerative colitis
  • A personal or family history of colorectal cancer
  • A history of growths called adenomatous polyps


  • Go to the dentist once or twice every year for an exam and cleaning. Your dentist will evaluate if you have a need for more frequent visits.


Have an eye exam every 2 to 4 years ages 40 to 54 and every 1 to 3 years ages 55 to 64. Your provider may recommend more frequent eye exams if you have vision problems or glaucoma risk.

Have an eye exam at least every year if you have diabetes.


  • You should get a flu shot every year.
  • Your provider may recommend other vaccinations if you have certain medical conditions, such as diabetes.
  • You should have a tetanus-diphtheria booster vaccination every 10 years. If you have not received a tetanus-diphtheria and acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine as one of your tetanus-diphtheria vaccines, you should have it once.
  • You may get a shingles or herpes zoster vaccination once after age 50.


  • If you are between ages 50 to 70 and have risk factors for osteoporosis, you should discuss screening with your provider.
  • Risk factors can include long-term steroid use, low body weight, smoking, heavy alcohol use, having a fracture after age 50, or a family history of osteoporosis.


  • Your blood pressure should be checked at least every year.
  • Your height, weight, and body mass index (BMI) should be checked at every exam.

During your exam, your provider may ask you about:

  • Depression
  • Diet and exercise
  • Alcohol and tobacco use
  • Safety, such as use of seat belts and smoke detectors


  • Most men age 50 or older should discuss screening for prostate cancer with their provider. African American men and those with a family history of prostate cancer in a first degree relative younger than age 65 should discuss screening at age 45.
  • The potential benefits of PSA testing as a routine screening test have not been definitively shown to outweigh the harms of testing and treatment. If you choose to be tested, the PSA blood test is most often done every year.
  • Prostate examinations are no longer routinely done on men with no symptoms.

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  • The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) now recommends against performing testicular self-exams. Doing testicular self-exams has been shown to have little to no benefit.


The USPSTF recommends annual screening for lung cancer with low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) in adults ages 55 to 80 years who:

  • Have a 30 pack-year smoking history AND
  • Currently smoke or have quit within the past 15 years


Soliman care family practice center Inc. offers the full spectrum of general and specialized cardiovascular services and diagnostics. Our patients begin by consulting with one of our experienced providers who will evaluate their condition and recommend treatments, referrals and management of any cardiovascular problems. First and foremost is the prevention of heart disease and our services are aligned with a plan that will help promote ongoing cardiovascular health.

At Soliman care family practice center Inc., our primary focus is comprehensive cardiovascular care from experienced and highly skilled providers who are knowledgeable about all current techniques for the diagnosis, management and treatment of heart disease. Please call us for an appointment with a physician that meets your particular needs.

Soliman care family practice center Inc. provides high quality, state of the art, and comprehensive cardiovascular care in a compassionate and service-oriented environment.


Shantique Medspa

At Shantique Medical Spa, we have created the perfect place for you and your skin to thrive.

Our Torrance Med Spa gives you the opportunity to discover a more youthful appearance through expert skincare and other non-surgical treatment.

Founded and overseen by Shahinaz Soliman, M.D , Shantique Medical Spa provides comprehensive relief from the signs of aging. After just one visit, you will leave our facilities with naturally beautiful results.

Shahinaz Soliman M.D. is a board certified physician who won multiple awards and is an expert in non surgical aesthetic procedures. She founded Shantique Med Spa in 2004. Dr. Soliman is an artist and an innovator.

She trained in cosmetic Dermatology and has a very successful state of the art medical practice in the South Bay.

She has devoted her career to providing patients with their medical and cosmetic needs and is an expert in delivering the transformative cosmetic results they desire without the pain, expense, downtime and risk that comes with traditional plastic surgery.


In-office Procedures as:

Mole biopsy or removal
Moles are growths on the skin that occur when pigment cells in the skin, called melanocytes, grow in clusters. Moles are very common. Most moles do not require treatment but can be removed when,
• The mole is bothersome to a patient (rubs against clothing, etc.).
• A biopsy should be conducted to confirm it is not skin cancer.
Removing a mole is a simple procedure and usually requires only one office visit. Depending on the size and location of the mole it will be accomplished either by surgical excision or a surgical shave. As a precaution, the removed mole is sent to the laboratory for a biopsy to ensure no cancer is present.
You should have a health care professional check your moles if they look unusual, grow larger, change in color or outline, or change in any other way.
Additional procedures includes but not limited to:
Ingrown toenail removal
Skin tags removals
Abscess Incision and drainage
Skin Laceration Repairs


Spare My Hair is created by Shahinaz Soliman, M.D. of Los Angeles, California.

Dr. Soliman is a board certified primary care physician who is the medical director of her own practice in the South Bay.

She has been caring for thousands of patients for the past twenty years, with variety of medical conditions including hair loss.
During her years of practice she developed a special interest in researching solutions for thinning hair, for both men and women.

After years of research, and in the quest to find a solution for this devastating problem, she was able to determine the most effective ingredients and modalities that may help many people to restore their hair loss, in the most natural way, and without any invasive procedures or surgeries.

Hair loss can be multifactorial, due to many causes which includes but not limited to, genetic factors, lack of proper supplements and nutrition, anemia, autoimmune problems, stress, infections, post-surgical, and after febrile illnesses.

Dr. Soliman developed Spare My Hair line of products to help restore the thinning hair, by mixing all the natural ingredients that she researched.
Dr. Soliman’s, philosophy of the Spare My Hair protocol , is to combine all those natural organic hair regrowth products with a low-grade cool Laser hair follicles stimulation , to achieve the optimal hair regrowth results.

The products are manufactured by a FDA certified USA private label companies and pharmacists.


Adolescent Medicine

Puberty can be a difficult time for both an adolescent and his/her parents. So much is changing rapidly. Our Providers can help to guide you through the changes in your body and your choices affecting it.


Ultrasounds provide a way to capture images of organs and other structures inside your body by using high-frequency sound waves.  They are one of the most trusted imaging processes that are not invasive. During an ultrasound, ultrasound waves are echoed off of tissues and converted into a picture called a sonogram. Our skilled and trained technicians and physicians perform all ultrasounds within our state-of-the-art Imaging Center.


When needed and appropriate we refer our patients to top specialists, who we built trust with in the past 20 years.

Referrals from primary to specialty care are a critical first step in coordination of specialty care. We coordinate health care with different specialists who are caring for our patients, we work together as one team to deliver the best healthcare possible to our patients.


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We provide continuing and comprehensive Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Adolescents and Adult health care, including most preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic services for a wide array of acute and chronic problems. As family physicians, we are dedicated to treating the whole person. Family medicine’s cornerstone is an ongoing, personal patient-physician relationship focusing on integrated care. Unlike other specialties that are limited to a particular organ, disease, age or sex, family medicine integrates care for both genders across the full spectrum of ages. Our compassionate staff, and exceptionally trained physician assistants are eager to compassionately care for our patient’s health and medical needs.

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