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Choosing a Primary Care Physician

Hello. My name is Cadence Flowers. I am married to a wonderful man, and we have three children. When our kids were young, they had a pediatrician. All three are teenagers now, and we all have the same primary care physician. There were many things I had to consider when looking for a primary care doctor. We wanted someone that would be able to identify with our children and us adults. Some of our family have health issues that need to be watched and managed. We needed a doctor that was familiar with certain medical conditions. I am going to share the process I went through when choosing our family doctor. I hope what I share will be of benefit to you when it comes time for you to seek a primary care physician.


Kindergarten Care: Questions To Ask Your Family Care Doctor

18 July 2016
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As a parent of a kindergartener, you know how important it is for your child to thrive in school. One way to ensure that your child is ready to thrive is by asking their primary care physician to answer a few questions about your child. Here are the questions you should ask your family medicine physician and how to use the information to help your kindergartener succeed in school. Question # 1: How does your child's height and weight compare to their peers? Read More …

Why You Should Go To The Doctor For Immunizations Before Traveling Overseas

11 March 2016
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Traveling to other countries is exciting and fun, but it can also be dangerous. This is why it is very important for you to take all the right steps before boarding your plane for your trip. One of the steps you should take before you go is visiting your doctor to find out what immunizations you may need. If you have never traveled outside of this U.S., you probably would not have even thought of this, but it is an important step for your health. Read More …

3 Things Hockey Players Need To Know About Elbow Bursitis

10 March 2016
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Elbow bursitis, also called olecranon bursitis, is a sports injury that can result from repetitive or acute trauma. It's characterized by inflammation of the olecranon bursa, the fluid-filled sac that acts as a cushion between your olecranon—your elbow bone—and the skin that covers it. Here are three things hockey players need to know about elbow bursitis. How does hockey cause elbow bursitis? Your olecranon bursa allows your skin to move easily over the underlying bone. Read More …