Patient Online Education

This portion of the website is for patient education materials that will be developed by us over time as we build our practice. Please watch this area in the future for information customized by us from all kinds of source material.

Two good sources for health news on the Internet are WebMD and the Mayo Clinic. Current headlines from those sources are listed below. Make sure to discuss any medical questions or concerns with your physician. There is a lot of medical information on the Internet, but there is no better source of information for you than a one-on-one conversation with a health professional.

WebMD:

  • My Spouse Is Depressed: Tips on How to Help and Cope - Fri, Apr 9, 2021
    Is your spouse depressed? If your loved one withdraws from activities or sex, spends more time alone, or drinks more alcohol than they once did, they may have depression. Find out what to do if your partner refuses to get therapy and get tips to protect your own mental health.
  • Strategies That Help - Fri, Apr 9, 2021
    There’s no cure for dementia-related psychosis. But there are steps you can take to help you and your loved one live with the disease and its symptoms.
  • The Caregiver's Role - Fri, Apr 9, 2021
    Caregivers for people with dementia-related psychosis can play a big role in a loved one’s care plan and can help provide a better quality of life for as long as possible.

Mayo Clinic: