Although colonoscopies get a bad rap, they aren’t as terrible as you might think. Overlake colorectal surgeons Preetha Ali, MD, and Ian White, MD, debunk common myths about these important cancer screening procedures.
In the current state of the world, parents can be nervous about taking their child to the doctor. As a result, vaccines and development screenings are being delayed. Overlake's Dr. Greg Maddox explains why it’s important not to skip these appointments.
There is a lot of focus on how to take care of our physical health during COVID-19, but how do we cope with the mental health struggles we are experiencing? Caroline Cutrone, a social worker with Overlake's Outpatient Psychiatry clinic, gives five concrete tips on how to take care of our emotions during this time.
Our hip and knee joints do so much work for our bodies to move day in and day out. It’s no wonder after years of wear and tear that millions of Americans are affected by degenerative joint disease. Overlake primary care physician, Sean Yang, MD, shares what you can do to keep your hip and knee joints healthy.
Caregivers at Overlake have been at the heart of this global health crisis since COVID-19 emerged in our region, supporting our community when it needs them most. Their commitment is an inspiration to us all.
During this global health crisis, it’s important to continue to receive the care you need and seek immediate treatment for urgent and emergent conditions. Waiting too long to get care for some healthcare emergencies is a bigger risk than the chance of contracting COVID-19.