If you are looking for a doctor that uniquely specializes in diseases and conditions of the heart and blood vessels, you want to see a cardiologist.
I challenge all my patients’, young and old, to ask themselves this simple question often, perhaps everyday when you wake up. Stating the question another way, are there things in your life or your family’s life that you can change today that will improve your/their quality of life, increase your/their satisfaction, happiness, or sense of self-worth?
To provide you and your family with expert fitness and nutrition advice in a manner that is useful to you and that you can try at home, we are providing the answer to some frequently asked questions we get from our adolescent patients mostly and their parents.
The long COVID pandemic has made many of us even more sedentary than we had been! We have many patients coming to the Pediatric Cardiology, General Pediatric and Family Medicine clinics complaining of new symptoms of fatigue, chest pain, and shortness of breath…
The American Autonomic Society recently published a summary review of the signs and symptoms emerging in many patients who have been infected and recovered with the SARs-COVID-19 virus.
Measles can be prevented by vaccination with the MMR vaccine. The vaccine is effective at preventing three diseases: measles, mumps, and rubella. The MMR vaccine is very safe and effective. Two doses of the MMR vaccine…
The specific features of work of the general practitioner (family doctor) are more reasonable and beneficial to both GPs and patients in
Angina is chest pain or discomfort that occurs when heart muscles don’t receive enough oxygen-rich blood flow. Symptoms of angina include a feeling of pressure or squeezing pain in the chest. The pain may also appear in the shoulders, arms, neck, jaw, upper abdomen or back.
Many people are confused about what “Diabetes” really means. You may have a Grandmother or Aunt with “Diabetes”, but you also know that kid at school that has to wear the “pump” that gives him medicine to “control his Diabetes”.
CCM after reviewing our clinical outcomes data presents an alternative post COVID-19 infection recommended guideline for cardiology follow up care for patients diagnosed with acute COVID19 diagnosis.