Working With A Family Doctor

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Working With A Family Doctor

About 10 years ago, my friend convinced me to switch to a new family doctor. Our new physician was caring, enthusiastic, and extremely detail oriented. When he performed physicals, he didn't hesitate to order blood work or to investigate a strange symptom. This year, that great care really paid off. My doctor discovered a small skin lesion, which turned out to be cancerous. This blog is all about the benefits of working with a professional family doctor. Check out these articles to find out how to choose a health care clinic, and what types of symptoms you should report to your doctor. You never know, it could save your life.


Latest Posts

Getting Older? Why You Should Visit Your Family Physician Yearly For A Checkup
25 June 2020

As you age, you are going to notice more and more

Painful Knee After A Lyme Disease Diagnosis? You May Need An Infusion
27 February 2020

Painful knees can make it challenging to perform t

How Vestibular Therapy Can Help Your Brain Adapt To Changes Within Your Inner Ear
26 December 2019

If you suffer from persistent dizziness, nausea, a

Dealing With Chronic Knee Pain And Looking At Joint Replacement? Try Stem Cell Injections Instead
9 October 2019

If a plaguing knee injury and growing arthritic pr

Tips For Understanding Alzheimer's Genetic Testing Basics
25 April 2019

Whether you're concerned about your parents or eve

Uterine Fibroids: What Are Your Treatment Options?

If you have been diagnosed with uterine fibroids, you're probably relieved to finally have an explanation for your pain, heavy periods, and abdominal swelling. On the other hand, you're now faced with the challenge of going through treatment for your condition. Uterine fibroids are quite common among women, and so researchers and doctors have put a lot of time and money into developing various treatment options, each of which works well for women in different circumstances. Read More 

Who Brought Home The Flu? 4 Tips To Help Your Kids Avoid The Flu This Winter

Winter is just around the corner, which means that flu season will soon be here. If you have kids, you want to make sure that they're well-protected from the germs that could make them sick. The last thing you want is to spend the winter fighting the flu-bug. Here are four steps you should take to help your kids avoid the flu-bug this winter. Don't Skip the Flu Shots Now that flu season almost here, it's time to get prepared. Read More 

Baby Not Putting On As Much Weight As Expected? 2 Tips To Help Baby Flourish

If you are a new parent, then you are likely watching your baby like a hawk to make sure they are healthy and thriving. It is normal to be hyper-alert of every move your new baby makes and every little change you see in them virtually every day. It can be very concerning if you notice that your baby isn't gaining as much weight or length as you expect them to. Read More 

Vaccines For Your Preteen Or Teen

While you took your child to the health care clinic or pediatrician regularly for vaccines when he or she was a baby, it's easy to forget that preteens and teenagers need vaccinations, too. Take a look at this list of immunizations that your bigger kids should have. Ask your pediatricians if there are other vaccines that your child should have based on his or her health history, too. Routine Childhood Vaccines That Were Not Given Read More 

Understanding The Treatment Options For Your Child’s Acute Otitis Media

When your child is suffering from a fever, seems to be in pain, is not feeling well in general and you take them to the pediatrician, you may be surprised to find out the symptoms are caused by a condition known as acute otitis media (also known as a middle ear infection). Luckily, once your pediatrician makes the diagnosis of acute otitis media, there are numerous treatment options, both conventional and homeopathic, that you can try to relieve your child's discomfort and help them get rid of their infection. Read More