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Get In Shape For Surgery

Don’t let the wait before orthopedic surgery drag on. Pass the time by getting your body into shape through exercises tailored specifically for you. This can be done through a prehabilitation program, which is for pre-surgical con...

Pediatrician Dr. Christina Mezzone shares some tips on keeping children safe in the car this winter season.

Pediatrician Dr. Christina Mezzone shares some tips on keeping children safe in the car this winter season.   It's that time of year when tots look so adorable bundled up in thick, puffy coats and snowsuits. What may not be c...

June is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

By   |  6/22/2018

What is Alzheimer’s? Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder. It is the most common cause of dementia, a term used to describe a group of symptoms related to a decline in memory and other cognitive skills, often severe...

Make Healthy, Delicious Choices During Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

By Kayleigh Diaz, RD  |  11/5/2015

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, November 2-15, provides a unique opportunity to dine at many restaurants that you might not otherwise visit. Local chefs create a seasonal, prix fixe, three-course menu for a price so reasonable, you...

Let's examine your genes

By Ask the OB/GYN  |  11/2/2015

You are excited about the prospects of having a baby. Cute, warm and cuddly. Although there seems to be so much to learn, a parent’s main concern is “will my baby be healthy?” According to Dr. Donna Kasello, “We use cutting edge t...

6 Essential Stretches to Help Reduce Injury

By Sarah Beck, PT  |  10/12/2015

It’s important to stretch before doing any exercise. However, our bodies tend to stiffen more easily in cold weather. Cold muscles are more prone to injury when they are not adequately prepared for movement. Stretching prior to wo...

Commonly asked questions during pregnancy

By Ask the OB/GYN  |  10/1/2015

Should I VBAC? This stands for Vaginal Birth after Cesarean. Most patients, but not all, can deliver vaginally after they have had a prior cesarean section. The first step in making this decision is finding out from your physician...

Fall yard cleaning safety tips

By Cathy Leonard  |  9/25/2015

Leaf-dropping trees will soon take control of the lush green lawns of Hudson Valley homes. While frolicking in a big pile of freshly raked leaves can bring delight, clearing the grass of them can be a pain. If not done right, raki...

What is a midwife and what services do they provide?

By Ask the OB/GYN  |  9/1/2015

"Midwives are trained to provide medical care and they approach care and pregnancy in a holistic manner." What is a midwife? Midwife means “with women.” The modern midwife provides comprehensive women’s health care from adolescenc...

Back-to-school child health tips from primary care physician, Dr. Eric Stamberg

By Eric Stamberg, MD  |  9/1/2015

Days are shorter, the air crisper, and summer’s greens will soon turn to autumn’s browns. It is time to divert our attention from days of leisure to the coming school year. Along with the sense of optimism that accompanies a new s...

Exercise during pregnancy

By Ask the OB/GYN  |  8/1/2015

"It's important to maintain a certain level of fitness in pregnancy" Why exercise during pregnancy? Exercise helps keep a woman’s body in shape so that when it’s time to deliver, she is able to effectively able to push. In general...

Importance of immunizing for Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

By Ask the OB/GYN  |  7/1/2015

The vaccine is safe. I made sure that my daughter received all three doses!" If you’re a parent who feels that immunizing your children for common diseases like whooping cough and polio is the responsible thing to do, then you sho...

Braxton Hicks contractions occur in about 70% of pregnant women

By Ask the OB/GYN  |  7/1/2015

What do Braxton Hicks contractions feel like? First of all, not every pregnant woman experiences Braxton Hicks contractions. Some will have these contractions in one pregnancy,but not in subsequent ones. This type of contraction i...

Where do you go for immediate care that isn’t exactly an emergency?

By Shantala Sonnad, MD  |  6/30/2015

Summer is here! Now’s the time to bring your little ones outside to enjoy running, jumping, swimming, hiking and exploring. Unfortunately, all these great activities increase the incidence of bumps and bruises, insect bites, minor...