This Medical Monday we are reviewing the A,B,C,D,Es of heart disease prevention. We are lucky to have Brenda Murphy, APRN, to discuss these prevention techniques!
This Medical Monday, Sofia explains the simple steps you should take to prepare for a doctor’s appointment.
Being an educated patient not only enhances your office experience but may also improve your overall health. In this video, Sofia gives easy tips on how to be an educated patient.
Our Office Manager at the AC Skinner location is covering how you can be a good patient. Click play to learn how you can help your provider help you!
There are many ways to manage LEVD, LEAD and foot ulcers, but the most important thing to remember is to always check in with your cardiologist or podiatrist annually or when problems arise. Click play to learn more about wound
This Medical Monday we are covering all of the risk factors related to Lower Extremity Veneous Disease (LEVD), Lower Extreimty Arterial Disease (LEAD), and Diabetic Foot Ulcers. Click play below to find out more information!
This Medical Monday our Registered Nurse Practitioner and Certified Wound Ostomy Nurse, Donna Geiger, talk about her work with Dr. Swain in our wound care clinic!
Plant sterols and plant stanols are especially beneficial to those who have had a heart attack or have high cholesterol. Watch to learn more!
Looking for a heart healthy diet? Research has shown that the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of heart disease. This diet is not only flavorful but filling. Click play to watch our dietitian, Lauren Dimitrov, explain the basis of the diet
Diet and exercise are major indicators of your cardiovascular health. It is important to decrease inflammation in the body by increasing your fiber intake, decreasing your saturated fat and trans fat intake, and increasing your physical activity.