Doctor making notes about patient

October 2016

Vaccinations — Freedom of Choice?

There is debate in many states regarding parental right to refuse the CDC recommend immunizations. If you are already convinced regarding your opinion about vaccinations, you may not benefit from reading this newsletter. I have a plaque in my office that reads, “Don’t confuse me with the facts, my mind is already made up.” I doubt that I will change your opinion. I hope that those with an open mind will read this, especially nurses and physicians.

Closeup portrait of intellectual man healthcare personnel with white labcoat, looking at brain x-ray radiographic image, ct scan, mri, clinic office background. Radiology department

July 2016

Check Up From the Neck Up

In this issue, we will discuss some of the current imaging and diagnostic options for assessing brain health. Medicine continues to ‘practice’ while using scientific insights to unravel the mystery of TBI.


April 2016

Should Routine Screenings Stay Routine?

There is so much confusion regarding the need for routine screening. Professional medical societies intimidate women to follow guidelines their soci- ety supports. Many insurance plans will pay for routine screening . So it is not surprising that it is commonly accepted that routine screening saves lives.