ARC doctors offer advice on everything from pain management to skin care every week on 590 KLBJ AM. If you miss the ARC Healthcare Minute there or want to share it with a friend, you can always do that from here.
“No matter if you’re a weekend warrior, school gymnast, football player, fitness center enthusiast, or just a casual biker or walker; you can experience pain or injury from an activity,” says Dr. Jeffrey Padalecki, ARC Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine specialist, in this recent podcast.
Even if you think you are allergic to some foods, Dr. Colleen Adkins, ARC Allergy and Asthma physician recommends that you “do not diagnose a suspected food allergy on your own.” Learn more in this recent podcast.
Your child should have a well-check exam every year. In this brief podcast, Dr. Helena Gonzalez, Pediatrician at ARC Far West, has a simple suggestion to help you remember to plan that visit.
In this recent podcast, Dr. Brandon Zinn, Orthopedist and Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine physician at ARC Now Clinic and ARC Medical Park Tower Orthopedics, discusses when you should have your child’s physical performed by a sports medicine physician.
“In our busy lives today, we need easy access to same-day care,” says Dr. Russell B. Krienke, Chief Medical Office of Austin Regional Clinic and Family Medicine physician at ARC South 1st, in this recent podcast.
In this recent podcast from the ARC Healthcare Minute on KLBJ News Radio, ARC Cedar Park Pediatrician Dr. Christine Hoang discussed well checks for teens.
In this recent podcast, Dr. Brandon Zinn, Orthopedist and Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine physician at ARC Now Clinic and ARC Medical Park Tower Orthopedics, explains “In sports medicine, we treat all physical injuries – you don’t have to play a sport to see a sports medicine physician.”
The child well check visit isn’t just for young children. Dr. Shana E. Godfred-Cato, Pediatrician at ARC Kyle Plum Creek, explains in this podcast.