Patient care is priority number one at Medical Arts of New York. We take pride in our work and hold ourselves to higher standards than most. We do not punch clocks and never make patients feel as if we do not have time for them. We make every attempt to ensure your visit to the doctor’s office is as comfortable as possible. We understand that under normal circumstances, you would prefer to be anywhere else. If you need to be seen by a doctor, then at least you should be treated with respect and courtesy for your troubles. If you are proactive about your health and regularly schedule six month follow ups or annual exams, then your doctor should remember your name and make you feel as if you are in a safe environment to discuss anything and everything related to your health and well-being.
There are two types of diabetes: type I and type II. Type one diabetes mellitus (T1DM) is an autoimmune disease of the young, where the body destroys the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas. T1DM requires insulin replacement. Type two diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is more commonly found in adults and is thought of as a problem
Dyslipidemia (High Cholesterol)
Maintaining healthy levels of cholesterol is important because it can either keep us healthy and help fight disease, or when too high, can cause diseases like arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis.
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
At Medical Arts of New York, we give diet, exercise, nutrition, and vitamins a try before turning to medications.
The human body changes with age. Medications that are given to the elderly can sometimes act longer or not act long enough. The liver and kidneys slow down with age. Many medicines are transformed or removed by these organs. Doctors have to pay particular attention to medications given to the elderly because of potential side
America is the fattest nation in the Western world with total obesity rates approaching 40%. According to the Journal of American Medical Association, non-Hispanic blacks have the highest age-adjusted rates of obesity (49.5%) compared with Mexican Americans (40.4%), all Hispanics (39.1%) and non-Hispanic whites (34.3%). Medical problems related to obesity include heart disease, stroke, type
There are some disease states that only occur in women. This is why a new field in medicine developed recently known as “Women’s Health.” Many women believe this simply means gynecological health. It is much more. Women change differently with time than do men. Women also speak, respond, and express symptoms differently than men do.
Men are an interesting challenge in medicine. It is well known that men don’t go to doctors until late in the game. It is either bleeding or the pain is just not improving after six months. How can we change that? It’s easy. Trust. Men want to feel as if their doctor “gets it.” Men
There are so many supplements on the market claiming to improve performance, burn calories, release or stimulate certain hormones to make you bigger, stronger, or faster. It is very difficult to separate the ones that work from those that don’t. Some supplements can be dangerous depending on your medical or family history. Some work exceptionally
Mind and Body
The health of a person is never found in one dimension. It is a known fact that attitude and believing one can improve is key in promoting good outcomes in health. Medicine is changing insomuch as doctors now accept that the emotional component of a patient can affect health. Knowing it and doing something about