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In the last 5 years the demand for primary health care services has continued to increase, while the supply of physicians trained in primary care has continued to decrease. Medical students choosing to enter specialties geared toward a career in primary care has steadily declined. As a result a work around solution has developed that […]


It comes as a surprise to many people that often times the underlying cause is not known and may not be known without subjecting a person to more pain and suffering. In these instances targeting the symptoms of discomfort becomes the more humane method of treatment.