Southern California was recently shaken again by earthquake a few weeks ago. Based upon the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 4.4 quake struck the
Nearly 26 million Americans are living with diabetes, and another 79 million are at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes. However, most Americans don’t
Abdominal pain is the number one non-trauma reason for patient visits to an Emergency Room. Approximately 12 million people, seen in the emergency room for
Board Certification: Internal Medicine THE PRE-TRAVEL CONSULTATION People of all ages will travel far and wide for many reasons without any hesitation. Some of
A recent study showed that for some individuals, exercise may increase heart risk.* Starting a new exercise program or sport may be a good idea
Board Certification: Family Practice A sinus infection is the swelling of the interlining of your sinuses most likely caused by a virus like a common
Board Certification: Family Practice Within the past month, I have seen several patients in our clinic complaining of leg cramping/pain after walking an extended distance.
It is good for children to become comfortable and familiar with the medical environment. They won’t be children forever. Eventually, as children grow older,