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WHO WE ARE
A Happier, Healthier You
Multi-specialty group of physicians including internist, family practitioners and pediatrician. Our physicians are board certified. We also have on staff social worker, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist and complete psycho-social evaluation for our patients.
Family care physician who will take care of entire family.
SPECILIATY CARE CLINIC
Here For You
Fully equipped laboratory and vaccination
Preventive Medicine including vaccination
Yearly physical examination with complete blood work.
Internal medicine- cardiovascular disease, diabetes,
Musculoskeletal pathology, pathology of internal organs.
Neurology - stroke and its complications, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, naturopathic pain, pathology of peripheral nervous system. Multiple sclerosis, Vertigo, gait abnormalities.
Ear- Nose -Throat (ENT) specialist will provide complete exam including audiometry and nosopharyngoscopy and we will successfully treat different kinds of upper airways pathology
Physical therapy- we successfully treat all kinds of musculoskeletal pathology
Occupational therapy - we will provide excellent care for stroke victims, patients with Alzheimer disease, memory impairment, and Parkinson disease.
Speech therapy- Speech pathology will get complete evaluation with consecutive treatment for children and adults.
Dr. Mayya Fasolya, M.D.
Family care physician
Dr. Arkady Shusterman M.D.
Dr. Irina Kogan, M.D.
Dr. Ankur Shah, M.D.
Dr. Giridharan, S M.D.
Dr. Alexander Druker
LATEST NEWS IN MEDICINE
Written by Annie Lennon on January 28, 2022
A new version of the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, known as BA.2, has emerged. Although experts are unsure about its effects, they know that it is spreading quickly and has 20 mutations in the area that most COVID-19 vaccines target.
Scientists first identified the BA.2 subvariant of Omicron in India and South Africa in late December 2021. Since then, it has spread to several countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Israel.
The subvariant virus has also spread rapidly in Denmark, increasing from 20% of all COVID-19 cases in the country in week 52 of 2021 to 45% in the second week of 2022.
Written by MNT News Team on February 3, 2022
The coronavirus outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.
Known as SARS-CoV-2, the virus has resulted in more than 385 million infections and over 5.7 million deaths.
Keep up to date with the latest research and information about COVID-19 here.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is currently monitoring five variants of concern: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and Omicron.
Study finds 'no adverse association between COVID-19 vaccination and fertility
Written by Leigh Ann Green on February 2, 2022
Some reproductive-aged individuals are concerned about the potential adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccination on their ability to conceive.
Some earlier research has concluded that COVID-19 vaccinations do not appear to reduce fertility.
A new study adds to this evidence, finding that the vaccines do not affect fertility in males or females.
However, SARS-CoV-2 infection in males does seem to have short-term effects on fertility.
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