Having a primary care doctor is more than just a necessity for health insurance, but is an opportunity to forge an ongoing partnership with Dr. Andrew Fagelman. Together, you will work on strategies so that treatment is secondary and prevention of disease is the primary goal. Our primary care in Soho is committed to keeping you as healthy as possible.
As a specialist in internal medicine, Dr. Fagelman takes a broad view of your overall wellness. This includes but is not limited to the diagnosis, management, and treatment of both acute and chronic health concerns. Our primary care in Soho also treats conditions related to our eyes, ears, skin, heart, blood, kidneys, and joints; the reproductive system, nervous system; digestive, respiratory, and vascular systems. Also covered are all vaccines and immunizations in addition to screening for STDs. This is your first stop and in many cases the only stop you will need to recover and maintain an optimal state of health.
To begin with, if you have not already done so, call us and schedule a yearly checkup. Our primary care in Soho recommends a complete physical exam annually to stay on top of all the important aspects of your health profile. This includes testing blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, blood gasses, and anything else that is applicable to your unique circumstances. You see, everyone is not the same and a one size fits all approach to primary care is not what we’re all about. Our strategy to keep you healthy is tailored to you as an individual. Should your physical exam reveal any issues that need follow up, Dr. Fagelman will meet with you to discuss the proper course or to refer you to a specialist if that is needed.
Of course, when you are not feeling well or you are experiencing symptoms, you should call us and schedule an appointment to be examined. The best way to manage your health is by keeping an open dialogue with our primary care in Soho. Don’t wait until a small issue becomes a big problem or until an ache becomes severe pain. Early detection and treatment is nearly always best.