It is with a heavy heart and profound sadness that we share the loss of our founding partner Dr. David Major. David Alan Major, MD. 84, died peacefully at home on September 9, 2023. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather,
Having diabetes doesn’t mean you have to give up delicious snacks! You just need to plan a bit more and understand how each kind of food affects your body. Store premeasured portions of food, keep cut-up raw vegetables in the fridge,
It’s normal for your blood pressure to go up and down throughout the day, but if it stays high, you may be at greater risk of a stroke or heart attack. Most people can’t feel high blood pressure (called hypertension), so it’s important to check it regularly.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. David Share will be joining NSIM in October 2022. You can find out more about Dr. Share by clicking on his link and reading his bio and seeing his training and education. His schedule is available for appointments and he is looking forward caring for our patients.
January 7, 2022 Dear Patients, When I started to practice medicine 54 years ago, I believed that seeing and helping people with common and rare diseases would be the driving force in my career. I was wrong. Seeing and knowing people is what stimulated my longevity in medical practice.
As your primary care providers, we at Ninth Street Internal Medicine and MDVIP would like to encourage everyone to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them. We believe in both the safety and efficacy of this vaccine. If you would like to learn more about how mRNA vaccines work.
Staying Motivated With Diabetes. Staying motivated while managing your diabetes can be tough. That’s especially true this year when getting out of the house is more difficult than usual. You don’t have to do it alone, though. To stay motivated, set goals (with a reward,
I’ve had COVID-19 symptoms and have been self-isolating. When is it safe for me to be around other people? If you know or suspect that you have COVID-19, staying away from others is the right thing to do. Self-isolating can help keep the virus from spreading.
We are taking extra steps to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. Your doctor or nurse practitioner at Ninth Street Internal Medicine will work with you to decide whether an appointment in the office is recommended as part of your ongoing medical care.
Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the office is changing how we provide medical care to our patients during this difficult time. We are here to handle your chronic medical problems as well as urgent conditions which may arise, whether related to the current pandemic or not.