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Many patients think of their doctors as Gods. Calling all geriatric and internal medicine doctors to refer Motherhealth caregivers for holistic home health care, non medical to their patients. Text 408-854-1883 for prompt response, assessment and be assigned a trained and caring caregiver for 24/7 or 8-hour care for a cancer patient or seniors withContinue reading “Geriatric, internal med doctors needed to provide referrals for home care”
Putting legs up and healthy foods good for blood cleansing such as ginger and turmeric and warm water or tea with half a tsp of apple cider vinegar. An apple in the morning and citrus fruits for this flue season. Blood coagulates when cold foods are eaten such as sugar and cheese. Why pineapple andContinue reading “Caregivers can prevent circulatory issues at home”
When health consumers communicate all important health information to doctors, health solutions can be found and matched to the person’s health care needs. Communicating to doctors thoroughly removes the guess work and backed up my diagnostics tests, each health journey can be personalized. Happy doctor’s day! May all our doctors take care of their healthContinue reading “How can we help our doctors understand our bodies”
My own strategies for Combating the Opioid Crisis: Intervention and Prevention at the Community Level Education Empowerment with personalized, holistic , functional and integrated approach I believe in health education and providing the knowledge that is personalized and integrated to combat the opioid crisis in this country. When my 82 yr old mom asked forContinue reading “My 82 yr old mom asked for pain killer and her doctor prescribed Tramadol”
Pamela J. Simms-Mackey, MD Adolescent medicine, ADD/ADHD, asthma, breast-feeding 5220 Claremont Ave. Oakland, 510-428-3226 UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland Jeffrey T. Tan, MD 1720 El Camino Real, Ste. 205 Burlingame, 650-259-5050 Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Specialists ADDICTION PSYCHIATRY Steven L. Batki, MD Addiction/substance abuse, opiate addiction, alcohol abuse, dual diagnosis 125 Bulkley St. Sausalito, 415-332-1350 UCSFContinue reading “Top Bay area doctors in 2017”
Oxycodone Prescription painkillers “are not a panacea,” said Dr. Lynn Webster of the American Academy of Pain Medicine. “But some patients respond very well and we need to have these medications available.” Photo Credit: Newsday/Audrey C. Tiernan By DELTHIA RICKSdelthia.firstname.lastname@example.org Gram for gram, people in the United States consume more narcotic medications than any otherContinue reading “United States consumes 80% of narcotic medications than any other nation worldwide”
Under new Medicare reimbursement rules, cognitive and functional assessments and care planning for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive impairment are covered. The Alzheimer’s Association has created a toolkit for physicians with materials on assessing older adults’ functioning, the severity of their condition, neuropsychiatric symptoms, their safety at home and in outside settings, and the kind and extent of available caregiving support.
Email Connie at email@example.com to borrow the Phamanex scanner to measure anti-oxidant levels of your patients. The biophotonic scanner uses Raman Spectroscopy and is created by NIH. We can then tailor fit scanner certified and resets 92% of gene expression nutrition protocols.
Calling all US doctors with at least 10 Medicare patients to join us as ACO participant. Please join Wellness ACO LLC, a start up ACO health care provider, an organization serving Medicare patients that is seeking doctors with profit sharing. Must have at least 10 Medicare patients. The government requires 5000 Medicare patients before theyContinue reading “Are you a US doctor with more than 10 Medicare patients?”
Family Medicine Paul D. Abramson, MD 450 Sutter St., Ste. 840 San Francisco, 415-963-4431 California Pacific Medical Center California Campus Renee Armstrong, MD Chronic illness, women’s health, diabetes, preventive medicine 510 Doyle Park Dr. Santa Rosa, 707-526-1800 Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa, Chanate Campus Gary B. Birnbaum, MD 1580 Valencia St., Ste. 201Continue reading “Nominate your best doctor in the bay area”
Prescription for Change — How to End America’s Opioid Addiction Visit the Mercola Video Library Story at-a-glance More Americans now use prescription opioids than smoke cigarettes. Opiates such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, fentanyl and morphine also kill more Americans than car crashes each year In 2015, 27 million Americans used illegal drugs like heroin and/or misusedContinue reading “How to End America’s Opioid Addiction”
All bay area doctors are invited for a trip to the enchanting beach in Palawan, Philippines. I will be there with you as your free tour guide to thank you for serving the bay area population. Connie Dello Buono firstname.lastname@example.org President of Motherhealth, a caregiving and health concierge agency for affordable and caring senior homeContinue reading “Bay area doctors are invited for a trip to Palawan beach on Dec 27-29, 2017”
Why did doctors stop doing house calls? There was a time when most physician visits were made in the patients’ homes. However, as technology progressed, hospitals began to offer better diagnostic and treatment tools. Inventions such as the X-ray machine and laboratory tests changed the way medicine was practiced. Physicians started bringing patients to theContinue reading “Why did doctors stopped doing house calls?”