January 23, 2020

Aspirin: To Give or Not to Give for Primary Prevention

Are the guidelines changing? Aspirin has long been a recommended therapy for the prevention of coronary vascular disease (CVD). It has been used for both primary […]
January 16, 2020

Why Clinicians Should Consider Combined Hormonal Treatments for PCOS

Before we dive into treatments, here’s a quick review: With PCOS, in general: A woman doesn’t ovulate regularly Her periods are irregular or absent It’s more difficult […]
January 9, 2020

Travel Tips: A Derm PA’s Take on Things to Know When You Go!

Sunscreen- We know that pilots have an increased risk of skin cancer. This is because when we are flying, we are closer to the UVA and […]
July 9, 2019

Why do kids feet turn in?

Parents, grandparents, and even complete strangers may comment on intoeing (“pigeon toeing”) in kids.  This is one of the most common concerns at the pediatrician’s office […]
July 2, 2019

Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Hey Frank what do I do with all the older patients that I’m seeing with disabling non-traumatic knee pain or dysfunction??  “My knee is giving way […]
June 17, 2019

The Sunscreen Dilemma

On May 6, 2019, a study was published in JAMA (https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2733085) questioning the safety of many sunscreens based on systemic absorption.  The study was small, consisting […]
May 4, 2019

Consider The Orthopedic Sub-specialties Before Making A Referral

Musculoskeletal complaints affect everyone from infants to elderly.  Conditions may be chronic or acute and various orthopedic subspecialties should be considered for referral options.  Some providers […]
May 4, 2019

10 Million

Today, like most days, I have 35 plus patients on my schedule.  I walk into my exam room to find a young, 21-year-old female, sitting on […]
April 2, 2019

PCOS is common, complex and more serious than ever!

Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS is common (affecting up to 10% of women), very complex and more serious than ever! Recent research has linked this condition […]
April 2, 2019

#donthesitatejustvaccinate

The year was 2014 and the United States was experiencing one of the largest measles outbreaks of that decade.  The source:  still not completely identified, but […]