When you drift off to sleep at night, your body and mind are preparing to be healed and repaired, especially during the deepest sleep stages known as REM. Getting consistent, uninterrupted sleep allows your body to reach this restorative stage of sleep, which helps prevent obesity and chronic illnesses including heart disease and diabetes. Often, […]
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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!
Community Education Event Jan. 17 to Answer this Question, and More When we think of the first signs of Alzheimer’s disease, most of us assume memory problems are the first clues of cognitive decline. However, an impaired sense of smell is actually one of the earliest symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s and possibly other related […]
Shore Physicians Group, in affiliation with Jersey Urology Group, is proud to welcome urologist Meredith L. Perry, D.O. Dr. Perry will begin seeing patients on January 15, 2018, at the Shore Physicians Group office at 649 Shore Road, which is located across the street from Shore Medical Center. To make an appointment, call 609.365.6241. “We’re […]
First Event to be held on January 17 with a focus on Dementia Shore Physicians Group announced it will offer a variety of educational health events throughout the year with its “Be Well Connected” series. These events are free and open to the public. The first event will be on Wednesday, January 17 from 10am-12 […]
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 […]