The Doctor Is In: Sunita Hanjura, MD, on Dementia
Sunita Hanjura, MD, of Emerson Primary Care of Bedford explains the different methods for diagnosing, treating and coping with dementia.
Back In the Pool Thanks to Expert Physical Therapy
Faced with a short window of recovery time before her team returned to competition, a synchronized swimmer with an injured ankle turned to Emerson’s physical therapy and pediatric orthopedic teams for help.
Get to Know: Michael Soliman, MD
As a hospitalist, Michael Soliman, MD, treats adult patients at Emerson. In this Q&A, he explains why he became a physician, his journey from his native Egypt to the U.S., and why he appreciates practicing in a hospital setting.
Getting Proactive About Osteoporosis
Beverley Ikier’s Osteofitness class, based at Emerson’s Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind and Body in Concord, combines exercise and nutrition to specifically target osteoporosis.
Toddlers and Screens – Answers to a Common Question
With seemingly everybody using a smart phone or device these days, a common question parents ask is: Do I need to limit my toddler’s screen time? Dr. Linda Brown with Emerson Family Medicine of Maynard provides some guidance.
Injured While Playing a Sport? Follow These Tips
Athletes of all ages and abilities are susceptible to injury during training or competition. Proper treatment of an injury at the onset can result in faster and more complete healing.
A New Life After Complex Colon Surgery
When her long-time gastrointestinal issues became increasingly painful and medically complicated, an Attleboro resident found relief thanks to Brian Hinnebusch, MD, colorectal surgeon, and his expertise, empathy and bedside manner.
Get to Know: Richard Rubin, MD
Richard Rubin, MD, obstetrician-gynecologist, sees many high-risk patients and also has clinical interests in low-risk pregnancy and the low-impact treatment of patients with peri-menopausal symptoms.
Dr. Sidhartha Pani’s Paintings Now on Display at Emerson Medical at Sudbury through October
As part of its mission to keep the community healthy, Emerson Medical at Sudbury continues its art exhibit series to inspire wellness. The latest exhibit, “Out of Africa,” features paintings by Dr. Sidhartha Pani, Medical Director of Emerson Primary Care Associates of Sudbury. The series is based on his family’s experiences in Kenya and Tanzania, and the richness of wildlife in the Serengeti, Ngoro Ngoro, Amboseli and Masai Mara.
Self Defense Seminar on August 21 - Ideal for Students Going to College
Emerson’s Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind and Body is offering a self-defense seminar for teens and adults on August 21. The seminar includes hands-on self-defense techniques and strategies for staying safe – it is ideal for college students.