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Pocket Doc is a one stop app aimed at providing the tools to take control of your health. It allows for you to communicate and provide the information to your healthcare team necessary to optimizing your health. It also includes valuable videos and education to learn about diseases and the ways to manage them, such as different exercises.
Founded : 2015
Quad Sets: Push the back of your knee down against the bed to tighten your thigh muscle. Hold for 5 seconds and release.
Gluteal Sets: Squeeze your buttocks together. Hold for 5 seconds and release.
Hip and Knee Bending: Lie on your back and bend the knee of your amputate leg to your chest. Bend it as far as possible and then straighten the knee completely. Return to a starting position.
This is a common disease which can lead to too much sugar in your blood. Normally, our bodies use sugar as a form of energy through an enzyme called insulin. If we have too much sugar and use too much insulin, our bodies can become resistant or immune to insulin, which can decrease its effectiveness. This can lead to too much sugar in your blood. It can have many serious complications and effect many of the organs in your body increasing your risk for heart attacks, strokes, kidney problems, vision difficulties, and slower wound healing. It is critical to continue to communicate with your doctor about the medications you are using and your diet as well as having frequent blood sugar checks, eye exams and foot exams. Limiting the amount of sugar in your diet and proper use of your medications such as insulin is the best way to manage this disease. For more information, please visit the American Diabetes Association Website at http://www.diabetes.org/
Another common and manageable disease, hypertension refers to increased blood pressure through the blood vessels in your body. As the pressure in the vessels is higher, your heart needs to pump harder as well. This can put you at risk for several serious conditions such as heart attacks, strokes and kidney disease. It is caused by a variety of factors including diet (salt intake especially), lack of exercise, smoking, other diseases such as diabetes, and stress. It is critical to work on all of those factors as well as proper medication use to best manage this disease. Here is a link to site that has more information on hypertension: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/high-blood-pressure/basics/definition/con-20019580
Your Health Team Members
Hi, I'm Ryan Tomberg, the physician on your team. I'm looking forward to helping you be as healthy as possible through education, prevention and management of diseases and conditions. With the rest of the team, I am excited to assist you in continuing to live as full a life as you can!
Hi, I'm Rachel Newnam and the nurse practitioner on your team. I will be ensuring that you have the needed knowledge on your medical conditions, taking a look at your medications, and providing a holistic view of your health. With the collaboration of my colleagues and yourself, I look forward to helping you be the healthiest version of yourself!
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