Menopause and the period of time leading up to it can be exceedingly uncomfortable due to symptoms like hot flashes, insomnia, and moodiness. If you’re having trouble adjusting to menopause, you may want to consider hormone therapy.
Living your life with lots of worry and apprehension can keep you from living life to the fullest. If you’re looking for a solution to your anxiety, cognitive behavioral therapy could be just what you need.
If you’re relatively healthy, you might not consider going to the doctor’s office until you get sick. But, having a primary care provider is important at all times, because they can help keep you healthy and treat you when you fall ill.
Psychiatric evaluations by mental health professionals can offer valuable insights into your state of mind and mental health needs. Here’s what you can anticipate when you arrive for your upcoming assessment.
When you’re living with a chronic condition, taking a holistic approach to managing your health is essential to living as well as possible. Read on to learn how nutrition therapy can help you heal from the inside out.
When fears limit you, grief overwhelms you, or life’s problems just seem to be too much to handle, psychotherapy can help you solve these issues and learn how to cope with them in the future. Here’s what you need to know.
Are you tired of rushed doctor visits that leave you feeling misunderstood and misdiagnosed? Maybe you need a different approach to your health care. Discover how functional medicine is a game-changer for how you see your doctor.
Temporary pain serves an important purpose, but if it hangs on, it becomes a condition in and of itself. Does that mean you’re doomed to suffer forever? No. Find out how our specialists can restore your pain-free life.
What’s the difference between mental health care and behavioral health care, and which one do you need? Keep reading for a closer look at these two types of therapy and learn when and how they can help you.
It’s hard enough deciding if and when you need a doctor, but it can get even more confusing when you factor in all the specialists and different entry points into the health care system. Here’s why you should start with your primary care physician.
A little pain is a good thing. It can warn you of danger and let you know when you have an injury. But if it sticks around long after its usefulness, you need practical resources to help you control it. Here are your options.
Are you just sad, or are you clinically depressed? Do you simply dislike public speaking, or do you have a mental issue? Learn how to tell what’s normal and what’s not, and how psychiatric care may be the best treatment for a variety of conditions.
The increasingly complicated health care system can be tough to navigate. Do you need a specialist? Can you self-refer? Are there drug-free treatments for your condition? Find out why the best place to start is with your primary care provider.
When your prescription pain meds stop helping you and start harming you, it’s time to quit. But that can be easier said than done. If you want to get off opioids, effective solutions are available. Read on to learn more.
Medical specialties are great if you only have one problem. But what if your condition involves several issues? Functional medicine takes a big-picture approach and connects the dots to demystify and resolve interconnected health issues.
Did you know your daily habits can have a direct correlation to how you feel physically and mentally? This is called behavioral health, and it can explain a wide range of conditions. Here’s how psychotherapy can solve some of them.
When you get sick or injured, you likely go straight to your primary care physician. And if you have ongoing issues, you may expect to go to a specialist. But at our primary care practice, we can treat you in both cases. Read on to learn more.
When substance abuse affects your work, your family, and your ability to function, you need help. But this complex disease calls for a multifaceted approach. Learn why psychotherapy should be part of your treatment plan.
If you’re not feeling well, conventional medicine treats your symptoms. Functional medicine, on the other hand, goes after the root cause. Read on to learn what functional medicine is and how it can help you.
It could be a car backfiring, the sight of the ocean, or the smell of smoke. Maybe it’s hearing a story, or just a single word. Many things can trigger post-traumatic stress disorder, but cognitive behavioral therapy is still the best way to beat it.
How often do you see a doctor? You know you should have an annual physical. Yet, millions of people never see a doctor unless they’re feeling ill. Annual physicals are a must, even if you’re feeling fine. Here’s why.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
Dec 23rd, 2020
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