Shore Physicians Group

Does your doctor treat you like just another patient? At Shore Physicians Group, we don’t treat patients, we care for people, with leading physicians in neurology, rheumatology, internal medicine, family medicine, general, laparoscopic, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and pulmonary medicine. We invite you to come experience how we’re changing the way people are being treated. Shore Physicians Group – Treating People Well!


Six Things You can do Today to Prevent Diabetes

If you haven’t thought lately about your risk for developing diabetes, there is no better time than now. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study this summer that reports one in every three Americans – more than 100 million people – is living with pre-diabetes or diabetes.  What’s equally concerning is the […]

BOTOX®: Benefits Beyond Wrinkles

When you think of BOTOX®, you probably associate it with Hollywood actors and their race to eternal youth. While beauty is only skin deep, that does not mean BOTOX® has to be. You probably did not know that BOTOX® is also used to treat headaches and other conditions. Shore Physicians Group Neurologist Dr. Joshua Daniel […]

Six Ways to Flu-Proof Your Family

If you haven’t yet thought about how you’ll fight the flu this year, now is the time. Flu season begins in October and runs for eight straight months until May, peaking from late December to early March. While the flu is especially dangerous for young children, the elderly, and people with chronic health problems, it’s […]

Renowned Endocrinologist and Diabetes Expert Matthew H. Corcoran, MD, Joins Shore Physicians Group

Shore Physicians Group recently welcomed endocrinologist Matthew H. Corcoran, MD, to its Northfield practice. Board certified in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism and a diabetes and exercise specialist, Dr. Corcoran is committed to helping people living with diabetes thrive and is especially passionate about helping patients realize their activity and athletic goals while managing their diabetes. […]