As physicians, addressing our individual health needs is not always a top priority, yet prevention and self-management are as important for us as they are for our families and patients.

Let’s face it, we don’t always follow good ergonomics protocol when working on the computer. In fact poor computing posture may be even more egregious at home.  Here’s a simple-to-understand, lighthearted more »

By Michael H. Kanter, MD Medical Director of Quality and Clinical Analysis Although addressing our individual health needs may not always be top-of-mind, it’s essential to remember that prevention and more »