This seems to be a hot topic especially within the doctor's office. We get questions all the time about what diet that people should be on or what works best for weight loss. If you haven't yet seen the documentary on Netflix called "The Magic Pill" then I would definitely recommend that you watch it. … Continue reading Ketogenic Diet Basics 101
This is a follow up to the previous post regarding what is a UTI, the symptoms, causes, and treatment options. Be sure to check that out if you haven't already. Today we are just going to talk about a patient who struggled with recurrent urinary pain and frequency over the course of several months. We … Continue reading Recurrent UTI or Interstitial Cystitis?
For those that have never had a UTI before, count your blessings! A urinary tract infection (UTI) involves an infection in the kidneys, bladder, ureters, or urethra. Men and women alike can get a UTI, but it's more common for women. Any type of inflammation to one of systems in the urinary tract can lead … Continue reading Urinary Tract Infection (UTI): Symptoms, Causes, & Treatment Options
As many migraine sufferers know, these can be triggered by an insurmountable of things varying from diet to hormones. There are a few things that people are able to do at home to try and ease the intensity of the migraine which I’ll share with you here. Also, supplements have been found useful for some … Continue reading Migraine Triggers, Home Remedies
There are medications that are used to treat migraines that are available over the counter or via a prescription from your doctor. Some prescriptions are taken as needed and others are prescribed for daily use. If you're someone who takes multiple medications per day, I would love to help lower your prescriptions costs, please visit … Continue reading Migraine Medications 101
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Prostate cancer treatment options to include chemo, radiation, surgeries, medications, and clinical trials
Prostate Cancer, as we said in the prior post, effects 1 out of 9 men in the United States. The good news is, according to the National Cancer Institute, between 2009 and 2014 approximately 98.2% of men diagnosed with prostate cancer have survived prostate cancer for at least five years. That is a huge huge … Continue reading Prostate Cancer Stages
Prostate Cancer is very common and effects 1 in 5 men in the United States. This is the second leading cause of death for men as well. For men who have a brother or father with prostate cancer, they are more at risk for developing prostate cancer and should be screened earlier than the recommended … Continue reading Prostate Cancer Screening & Labs
I should just start by saying if you think you need to go to the ER, please go- do not read articles on the internet to determine whether or not you should go to the emergency room. This is just for informational purposes. In a perfect world, you would not need to go to the … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between the ER and Urgent Care?