How medicine has changed

This week on the blog I wanted to talk about how medicine has changed over the years. How its changed for a doctor, a patient, and how those relate to each other. Specifically, how it’s changed over the course of two physician’s careers. I had the...

How to use compounding pharmacies

This week I want to talk about one of the most important relationships I have at Performance Medicine, and that’s with compounding pharmacies. It would be impossible for me to practice medicine the way that I do without compounding pharmacies. The reason for...

Pellet Hormone Replacement Therapy

This week we are going to follow up our Note on the recent testosterone shortage with an explanation of what hormone pellet therapy is. As you may know, I’m a big believer in pellet therapy as a way of replacing your hormones. And after last week’s email...

Nationwide Testosterone Shortage

This week I felt like it was a good idea to talk about some of the in office changes clinics like Performance Medicine and the pharmacies are having to make due to a nationwide testosterone shortage. If you’ve come in to our offices in the last week or so, you...

The Overuse of Antibiotics

This blog post is about the use of antibiotics. When is it appropriate, and when is it not? A fun fact to get us started is that 4 out of 5 Americans will take some kind of antibiotic this year. That to me is unreal, and you can already see where I’m going to go...

How are your diabetes medications working?

There are many medications used to treat type 2 diabetes ranging from Metformin to Glucotrol to Ozempic to Farxiga. Diabetes medications are prescribed at time of diagnosis usually from A1c lab level (a 3 month average of blood glucose). In order to get patients at...