>>Katie Humphries: I’m Katie Humphries, I’m a family medicine practitioner here at Oak Grove Family Medicine. I’m really lucky to have two great partners here. We have Dr. Scott Ramshur, who’s been here the longest of the three of us, and Dr. Ramshur does full-range family medicine. He sees children… Continue Reading DeKalb Medical Physicians Group: Oak Grove Family Medicine

Migraine is a complex neurologic disorder characterized by recurrent attacks of headache of at least moderate severity. Chronic migraine, defined as the occurrence of 15 or more headaches per month for 3 months, can lead to functional impairment and reduced quality of life. Evidence of increased levels of calcitonin gene-related… Continue Reading Preventive Therapy for Chronic Migraine

hi I’m dr. ball deep saying I’m an internist here at Stanford and today we’re going to talk about the physical exam portion of a patient presenting with low back pain given that most low back pain originates from the lumbar vertebral area where the Peris – muscle we’re going… Continue Reading Approach to Low Back Pain Physical Exam – Stanford Medicine 25

welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about hypoxemia and its five physiological causes again anything with the ending of a emia it’s going to have to be something that’s related to the blood so hyponatremia hypokalemia hypercalcemia again it’s referring to the amount in the blood this… Continue Reading Hypoxemia Explained Clearly – Causes, Physiology, Hypoxia, Treatment

okay welcome to another MedCram lecture now I’ve got a lot of requests out there to talk about a very difficult topic we’re going to talk about hyponatremia okay low sodium now this is a very complicated topic because we have to talk about water balance we’ve got to talk… Continue Reading Hyponatremia Explained Clearly – Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Examination of the Spleen The spleen is located within the intraperitoneal space and is well-protected under the left costal margin. Its long axis is roughly parallel to the 10th rib. The spleen is generally not palpable in healthy adults. A pathologically enlarged spleen is palpated under the left costal margin… Continue Reading Examination of the Spleen – Clinical Examination

welcome to a Stanford medicine 25 video on abdominal wall pain I’m dr. George Meyer clinical professor of medicine the volunteer faculty at the University of California at Davis and a gastroenterologist the purpose of this session is to emphasize the examination of the abdominal wall so we will not… Continue Reading The Approach to Abdominal Wall Pain

Welcome to Impact Factor, your weekly pinch of commentary on a new medical study, I’m Dr. F. Perry Wilson. And this week, I need to tell you about a study with results that are simply unbelievable. And I don’t mean that like these results are amazing, I mean I don’t… Continue Reading Acupuncture for Stable Angina Too Good to Be True