It’s that time of year again when we see pink ribbons everywhere. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is something I talk to women about all year…not just in October. I’d like to share a few tips that I discuss with women in my practice.
This is a complaint I literally hear on a daily basis. While sometimes there is something structurally wrong in the back, often times there is little to offer someone outside of exercise, massage, acupuncture, physical therapy and medication. While most people get better,
It started in September. Every day, someone comes into th e office to tell me they have the flu, the mother, father, sister, brother, husband , wife or partner has the flu. They tell me about the nausea, the vomiting and the diarrhea. It’s NOT the flu. Yes, it’s viral, but not all virus infections […]
Yep, I finally got around to watching the movie, Sicko. Eye opening at the very least. As someone who is both a health care provider (and knows all to well how they change their minds and want payments made back – even though you’ve done the work), as well as a health care consumer who […]
It’s National Nurse Practitioner Week, and it seems to me that NP’s are still health cares best kept secrete. It’s high time some facts were put on the table… 1. Nurse Practitioners provide high quality primary, acute and specialty health care. NP’s can independently order and interpret diagnostic tests, diagnose acute and chronic illness, prescribe […]