At our office, we believe in treating the whole person – not just a disease. Preventative care is a foundational part of our practice. We believe that a person’s lifestyle and nutrition plays a crucial role in overall health. That’s why we offer comprehensive lifestyle and nutritional counseling for patients who want to become the healthiest versions of themselves they can be. We help our patients lose weight, gain energy, and reach long-term goals. It’s not just about weight – it’s about health.

Did you know…

that many people make goals of becoming healthier, but few follow through to get results? It is evident in the obesity epidemic plaguing the adults and youth of America. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, fewer than 15 percent of Americans were obese in 1990. Today, more than double – approximately 1 in 3 – are obese, and the numbers continue to climb.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m not overweight. Do I need lifestyle and nutritional counseling?

There is always room for improvement. The truth is that even people with ‘healthy’ weights can be considered unhealthy. Foods marketed as low-calorie and sugar-free, for example, may be harboring harmful chemicals that are making you more toxic. Or perhaps you work-out regularly, but were unaware that yoga and meditation could help reduce your chronic anxiety. So even if you know a lot about living a healthy life, remember that it is sometimes the things you don’t know that could be hurting you most.

How can lifestyle and nutritional counseling help me?

Lifestyle and nutritional counseling are not an attempt at rapid weight loss or successful dieting. Instead, it is designed to facilitate changes that can be sustained for life. Our program can help you:
Set realistic health goals
Achieve and maintain your ideal weight
Maximize your energy levels
Fight back against cravings
Understand nutrition and the types of foods that help/harm your body
Manage your stress

What types of changes will I need to make to see improvements in my health?

Per the name, lifestyle counseling will target your health and wellbeing in every area of life. When one area is out of balance, every area suffers. The changes you will need to make will be specific to your situation. However, we always encourage changes that mean better sleep, less stress, healthier nutrition, and a stronger mind-body connection.


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General dentistry encompasses a broad range of diseases and disorders of the oral and maxillofacial region. Everyone should see a general dentist for routine oral health examinations, twice-yearly cleanings, and treatment of routine oral health complications, such as minor tooth decay. General dentistry is as much about prevention as it is about treatment. Patients who visit a general dentist can expect professional oral health care, as well as education and advisement about self-care between office visits.

Did you know…

that the American Dental Association recommends that every American visit a general dentist a minimum of one time every six months? Doing so can aid in the detection of decay, oral disease and other dental health problems before the progress and become severe. If you are at risk for certain complications or have a history or periodontal disease and advanced decay, you may need to visit your general dentist on a more frequent basis. Patients who visit their dentist regularly and as recommended are more likely to retain their natural teeth and enjoy a lifetime of good oral health.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to visit a general dentist?

Yes. Even if you are not currently experiencing any symptoms of tooth decay or gum disease, it is important to visit your dentist for a thorough examination and cleaning. Despite daily brushing and flossing, your teeth can still accumulate tartar that can harbor bacteria. These bacteria can lead to gum disease and tooth decay if not professionally removed at your dentist’s office.

What should I expect during my dentist visit?

Your visit will begin with a general inspection of the condition of your teeth. If you have not been to the dentist in a while, your dentist may order x-rays. An oral hygienist will then use special metal instruments to gently scrape away tartar along your gum line. Later, your dentist will review your x-rays and discuss any symptoms you may have been experiencing. He or she will then make a recommendation for treatment (if applicable) and answer any questions you may have.

Are there any special instructions I need to follow after seeing my dentist?

Based on the results of your dental check-up, your general dentist may recommend that you return for treatment or follow a special at-home oral care plan. You may also be referred to a dental specialist for treatment of advanced oral health conditions.

Your skin is the largest and most visible organ in your body, working hard to protect you from your environment. Though it may not be treated with as much attention as other major organs, such as the heart and liver, the skin plays an essential role in overall health. It is important to be vigilant in caring for the skin, carefully inspecting it for signs of potential health problems. When a lesion or suspicious growth threatens the body, a skin biopsy may be necessary to diagnose the lesion either as malignant or benign.
Skin biopsies are most commonly requested to evaluate skin discoloration, growths, or even simple moles that have recently changed in shape, texture, size or color. During a biopsy, a doctor will take a small sampling of the suspicious tissues and send them to a lab for microbiological analysis. The results of a skin biopsy help doctors determine the best course of treatment for the patient if necessary.

Did you know…

that there are three different types of skin biopsies? The type of biopsy used usually depends on the size and depth of the lesion. The shaving method is the most common and also least invasive. It involves taking a small shaving of the skin using a sharp instrument, such as a scalpel. Punch, excisional and incisional biopsies are also used though they are slightly more invasive.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a skin biopsy?

You may need a skin biopsy if you have blemishes, moles, or imperfections on your skin with characteristics that have changed in appearance or texture over the past few weeks or months. Although many skin growths are benign, the only way to know for sure is via pathological testing. Most skin cancers are highly treatable in their earliest stages, but allowing them to progress without treatment can allow cancer to spread into the lymph nodes or other areas of the body. To find out if you need to have any part of your skin biopsied, contact your local doctor to schedule a consultation.

What should I expect during a skin biopsy?

Before your biopsy is taken, your doctor or a nurse will cleanse the area to be biopsied and administer a local anesthetic. This will ensure you feel no pain or discomfort during the procedure, which usually takes just minutes to complete. Following tissue collection, your doctor will apply pressure to stop any bleeding and bandage it to better facilitate healing. Your pathology report may be ready within a few days.

Will I experience a recovery period after getting my skin biopsied?

Many biopsy sites are wounds that will take the time to heal. Your skin may be sutured and treated with a topical antibiotic ointment in the office before you leave. Depending on the extent of the biopsy, you may need to return to your doctor’s office for a follow-up or to have the dressing on your wound changed. Once your pathology review information comes back, you will be given the results along with any recommendations for treatment or further testing.

Live life to the fullest with help from our doctors here at All Med Medical Group who understand your unique health needs. From small questions to big decisions, primary care doctors at All Med Medical Group help you every step of the way. We’re here when you need us, where you need us.

Choose an excellent doctor who takes the time to truly get to know you and your family through every stage of life. Whether you’re sick or just want some good health advice, primary care doctors help you feel your best. We specialize in family medicine, gynecology and women health and regenerative medicine.

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What is Cardiology?

Cardiology is a specialty branch of medicine dedicated to the treatment and prevention of heart disease. Cardiologists help patients learn how to manage heart disease and better prevent future complications. Cardiologists also play an important role in the treatment of heart attacks and other cardiologic conditions like heart failure and heart rhythm disruptions. A cardiologist makes important decisions about patient care, including when to conduct heart surgery, catheterization, or other intervention. They work closely with other doctors to ensure patients are receiving optimal treatment and disease management.

Did you know…

that heart disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S.? In fact, cardiovascular diseases account for approximately one in every four total deaths in America. The disease is not a discriminator of gender or ethnicity. Cardiologists help patients learn how to avoid becoming a statistic by reducing risk factors. A combination of medications, weight loss, and exercise can significantly reduce a patient’s chances of developing heart disease. Patients also benefit when they quit smoking, avoid excessive consumption of alcohol, and work to achieve lower LDL cholesterol levels.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I be seeing a cardiologist?

You may be referred to a cardiologist if your doctor believes that you have a heart or cardiovascular condition that requires specialty care. Many patients are referred to cardiologists after experiencing symptoms like shortness of breath or chest pains. Others are referred to heart specialists for further evaluation of abnormal examinations. However, if you begin experiencing chest pains, shortness of breath, or any of the other major signs of heart attack, bypass your doctor’s office and dial 9-1-1.

What should I expect during a visit to a cardiologist?

The nature of your visit with a cardiologist will depend on your reason for being there. Initial visits usually consist of a review of medical history, followed by an analysis of physical symptoms. You’ll probably have your blood pressure checked, and your cardiologist will most likely examine your breathing and heartbeat. If further evaluation is necessary, your cardiologist may suggest x-rays, lab work, an ECG, or some other type of specialized testing.

What types of changes will I need to make after consulting with a cardiologist?

Your cardiologist may instruct you to make changes following your visit. However, your specific situation will be unique to you. Some patients are advised to make lifestyle changes, such as more balanced nutrition and increased activity levels. Others are prescribed medication to help prevent complications of cardiovascular diseases, such as hypertension.

Pain management specialists are medical doctors who specialize in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of acute, chronic, and cancer pain. They can also treat pain that is a result of surgery, injury, nerve damage, metabolic problems, or no known cause. Pain management specialists understand the physiology of pain, have the ability to evaluate patients with complex pain problems, use specialized test for pain diagnosis, prescribe the appropriate medications for pain, and have skills to perform pain management procedures such as nerve blocks and spinal injections.  

Did You Know? 

Pain management specialists work closely with other medical professionals, such as your primary care physician, to offer you a comprehensive pain management plan composed of psychological, physical, and rehabilitative care.  

Frequently Asked Questions:  

Do I need to see a pain management specialist? 

You may need to see a pain management specialist if you have been experiencing chronic pain that has or does not have a cause. Pain management specialists can alleviate pain that stems from the following conditions: bone fractures, ligament and tendon damage, muscle damage, back and lower back pain, headaches, visceral pain, or genital pain. They can also alleviate pain caused by inflammation, nerve damage, genetics, bone loss, muscle tissue loss, age, and mechanical wear and tear.  

What can I expect when seeing a pain management specialist? 

During your appointment with a pain management specialist, you will be asked about your medical history, current symptoms and medications, and any diagnostic tests that have been formerly completed. Then, a physical examination will be performed and additional diagnostic tests may be ordered. Your pain management specialist will develop a specialized treatment plan for your pain based on your initial conversation, medical history, and diagnostic information.  

Will I need to follow any special instructions after seeing a pain management specialist? 

After your appointment, you may be given special instructions to follow. Pain management treatment plans generally utilize a combination of pharmacotherapy, non-pharmacological therapy, and interventional pain treatments, however your specific treatment plan may vary. Your individual treatment plan will dictate what special instructions you will need to follow after your appointment. For the most successful outcome, it is essential to follow any instructions given to you by your pain management specialist.  

Orthopedics is a specialty branch of medicine pertaining to conditions and diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Everyone is born with many muscles, bones and connective tissues that work together to form the support structure of the body. Orthopedists work to ensure these components remain strong and healthy, and the patients are free of pain and discomfort. The overall goal of orthopedics is to extend highly effective care and results using the conservative and minimally invasive treatments available.

Did you know?

An orthopedist treats patients of all ages, from birth to old age. Children are often born with physical deformities that require ongoing orthopedic care. Some people visit orthopedists after suffering a traumatic injury – perhaps in a car accident or while playing sports. Still, some patients do not require orthopedic care until much later in life, when arthritis often appears. Regardless of the reason for seeing an orthopedist or age, there are treatments available that can restore or repair the full function of the musculoskeletal system in many patients.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I need to see an orthopedist?

You may need to visit an orthopedist if you are suffering from any type of musculoskeletal disease or injury. Examples include osteoarthritis, torn ligaments, scoliosis, deformities, bone fractures, herniated discs, and compressed vertebrae. If you have not been diagnosed with any of these conditions but are suffering from joint pain, back pain, stiffness, limited mobility, or other musculoskeletal symptoms, schedule a consultation with an orthopedist to find out more about the cause of your discomfort.

What types of treatments are available from an orthopedist? Do all patients require orthopedic surgery?

It is true that orthopedics often perform surgery to restore a joint, repair severe fractures, or replace a damaged disc. But that doesn’t mean that all patients require surgical intervention. In fact, many patients are able to achieve less pain and fewer symptoms using far less invasive treatments, such as physical therapy, prescription medications, and joint injections. Talk with your orthopedist to find out which treatments could be right for you.

How long will it take for me to recover from an orthopedic surgery?

If you require orthopedic surgery, the thought of undergoing an operation may be intimidating. However, you can trust that many common orthopedic operations – such as knee and hip replacement – boast some of the highest success rates in modern medicine. Furthermore, today’s minimally invasive methods often mean a shorter recovery time overall. Speak with your orthopedic surgeon about any questions you have regarding the recovery period after your operation.

Psychiatry is field of medicine concerned with diagnosing, treating, and preventing mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Psychiatrists are medical doctors that consider the mental and physical health of an individual when diagnosing and treating mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders. When diagnosing patients, psychiatrists can order medical labs and testing to obtain information about their physical health. Using this information about their physical health, as well as information about patient’s genetics and family history, psychiatrists can establish a treatment plan for psychiatric conditions that addressed both the patient’s mental and physical health.

Did You Know?

Psychiatrists are required to attend medical school and complete an additional four years of psychiatric residency to learn about psychotherapy, the use of psychiatric medications, and other possible treatments for mental health conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I need to see a psychiatrist?

You may need to see a psychiatrist if you have experienced sudden panic attacks, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, or if you hear voices. You may also need to see a psychiatrist if you have been experiencing long-term feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or anxiousness that are causing a lack of function in your everyday life.

What can I expect when seeing a psychiatrist?

During your initial appointment, you can expect your psychiatrist to ask you a number of questions relating to both your physical and mental health. Based on your answers to these questions, your psychiatrist may develop a treatment plan or they may opt to run some medical tests to rule out other conditions that could be causing your symptoms.

Depending on your treatment plan, you may be prescribed certain medications to alleviate your symptoms. These can include antidepressants, antipsychotics, sedatives and anxiolytics, hypnotics, mood stabilizers, and stimulants. Usually psychotherapy is also prescribe in coordination with pharmacology.

The most commonly used type of psychotherapy is talk therapy. Talk therapy helps you address and alter behavioral patterns so that they are beneficial to your physical and mental health. You may practice talk therapy with your psychiatrist or you may also have the option of seeing a psychologist.

What will I need to do after seeing a psychiatrist?

After seeing your psychiatrist, you will need to continue to take your prescribe medication and attend your prescribed psychotherapy sessions. Psychiatric disorders require consistent and thoughtful care and your participation in your treatment plan is essential for a successful outcome.