Posts Tagged ‘Primary Care’

By Raymond Zakhari, NP Many patients do not exactly know what the difference is between these various mental health care providers and hopefully this article will clarify the difference.  A psychotherapist is a term used to describe any mental health professional regardless of their training level. It refers to the talk therapy that occurs within […]


Concierge medicine is rapidly gaining traction among People who are looking to establish a meaningful relationship with their primary care provider. Patients are yearning to experience a different kind of medical care – one where their a doctor spends quality time with them instead of rushing off to complete paperwork, or see the next person […]


Primary care Medical House calls growing trend for meeting health care needs in NYC. Nurse Practitioner’s fill in the primary care gap offering long term care to elderly patients wanting to keep their independence.


Many actions can be taken by patients and caregivers to decrease the risk for falls in the home.


Before we as a nation implement a sweeping change that may alter our individual freedom with respect to health care which would then spill over into anything that may remotely affect our health– Let us implement these conservative measures and assess the change. We can always become more liberal, aggressive etc.


MetroMedicalDirect.com is the first web-based primary care medical house calls serving the NYC area. Taking the hassles out of going to the doctor, and keeping you out of infected waiting rooms. Allowing patients to have a similar service to members of Congress’s office of the attending physician


Several biological factors may contribute to premature ejaculation, and these should be explored before attempting a behavioral modification plan, because it may undermine your efforts. It would be important to physiologically optimize your body so that behavior changes can be implemented and maintained.


Some conditions that respond particularly well to health behavior counseling by a PCP include: smoking cessation, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, excessive consumption lifestyles, and any other health condition that requires a lifestyle modification.


Less than 10% of emergency room visits are actual emergencies.


Though it can be intimidating to bring up your embarrassing health problems to a relative stranger, your health care provider should be the first person you turn to when facing an illness, no matter how embarrassed you are.