No one wants to have kidney stones and anyone who has had one in the past certainly wants to avoid another one. Urologist Stephen Siegel, MD, shares recommendations for preventing another kidney stone.
Category Archives: Family Medicine
The designation recognizes that Dr. Siegel has achieved a high level of training and experience with the UroLift® System and demonstrated a commitment to exemplary care for men suffering from symptoms associated with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), also known as enlarged prostate.
Boulder Medical Center Dermatology now offers Halo™ and Broadband Light™ (BBL) Laser treatments. This latest, state-of-the-art laser technology is always…
Smoke in the air is a significant health risk both for people with chronic lung disease, asthma and heart conditions, as well as those who are healthy and exercise outdoors. Family medicine physician, Jon Rubright, MD, explains the science and how to protect yourself.
John Kelley, MD: “Elderberry has seen a resurgence of popularity and consumption during cold and flu season. What’s the science behind this ancient remedy?”
Dr. Katherine McCormack, Allergist: “The goal of this post is to help you identify symptoms of asthma and allergies and promote communication with your doctor to reduce an unnecessary urgent care or emergency room visit.”
Pediatrician Jim Gottlieb, MD, on the sports physical: when to schedule, what to expect during the exam, and new Covid-19 considerations.
Now that spring is here and Covid guidelines are easing up in many areas, I want to share some of the sports-related eye injuries that I see in my ophthalmology clinic and offer tips to protect your vision while enjoying Colorado’s active lifestyle.
This article is the second in a four-part food allergy series by allergist Katherine McCormack, MD. Click here for the…
Allergist Katie McCormack, MD: Over 90 percent of food allergies are caused by just nine foods. What are the foods and allergy symptoms?