In the field of healthcare today, many people feel that the personal touch of traditional patient care is being lost. While physicians struggle to manage immense patient loads, preferred appointments become scarce, wait times are increasing, and actual time spent with the doctor is undoubtedly hurried. Navigating the healthcare system can be frustrating, confusing, and time-consuming. As a result, I have decided to take a new approach, and focus my practice on individual personalized preventative and wellness care.
By limiting the number of patients I serve, I am more accessible and better able to meet their immediate and long-term healthcare needs. I focus on preventative health and early detection, so when you take action to monitor the top five health risk factors such as high blood pressure or cholesterol, obesity, stress, smoking, and lack of exercise, you are promoting a lifetime of good health. Using a little foresight and precaution to detect a serious illness is far better than waiting until the treatment is longer, harder, or simply too late.
Early detection of conditions such as cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders that include increased sensitivity to diabetes and high cholesterol is key to proactive therapy and treatment. Often simple lifestyle changes can impact your overall health and may even avert possible medical treatments in the future.