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Diabetes and Standards of Medical Care

10/15/2014 No Comments

Diabetes is complicated. You may find that your diabetes team includes a dietitian, nurse, diabetes educator, eye doctor, and more. To help everyone know what is going on and to help you get the ca ... Read More

Aortic Insufficiency

08/16/2014 No Comments

Aortic Insufficiency

Aortic insufficiency (AI ) is a condition where the valve between the heart and the aorta (the big vessel that pumps blood to the ent ... Read More

CDL (Commercial Driver License) Drivers

06/13/2014 No Comments

The Norwalk Medical Group has several physicians that are Department of Transportation (DOT) Certified Medical Examiners. If you need to complete a certified CDL physical exam, please contact Norw ... Read More

Diet & Wellness

04/17/2014 No Comments

Diets can help you stay healthy, and they can help you manage medical conditions. The first step involved in improving your diet is to make an honest assessment of your current diet.  Patients ... Read More


03/19/2014 No Comments

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), the renowned healthcare quality improvement organization, has recognized the Norwalk Medical Group as a level-3 ... Read More


03/18/2014 No Comments

Dear Patients,

The Norwalk Medical Group family wishes to thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.

We currently have been undergoing a major renovation of the 4th ... Read More

Information Regarding the Flu

03/07/2014 No Comments

We are in the peak of flu season but it’s not too late to get your flu shot.  The flu season starts as early as October and can go as late as May.  Influenza is a respiratory virus that is spre ... Read More

Telephone Problem

03/05/2014 No Comments

Dear Patients,

We want to apologize for our temporary telephone problem as incoming calls are not being properly directed to
the numbers you are dialing.  We are sorry for the inconve ... Read More

Why are clinical trials so important?

02/10/2014 No Comments

Medicine is certainly an art; we physicians often rely on our creativity, instincts, personal experiences, feelings and even intuition when we diagnose and treat our patients. But modern medicine i ... Read More


01/02/2014 No Comments

Hypertension or high blood pressure is the most common medical problem managed by primary health care providers in the US.  By 2006 almost 34% of the people in the US were diagnosed with hypertens ... Read More

Colorectal cancer

12/16/2013 No Comments

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer related death in the United States.  Symptoms of colorectal cancer often don’t present until the disease is more advanced and less treatab ... Read More

Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)

12/04/2013 No Comments

Anemia is common in patients over the age of 65.  Anemia can lead to decline in overall function and quality of life.  It is important that patients have an appropriate work up for this anemia. O ... Read More

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

11/19/2013 No Comments

Chronic Kidney Disease

Millions of Americans have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).  A history of diabetes, hypertension, cardio vascular disease, elevated cholesterol, obesity, smoking, HIV or ... Read More

Listening to Our Patients

11/08/2013 No Comments

November 7, 2013



To: Our Patients

From: Norwalk Medical Group

Re: Parking Lot & Office Improvements

We ask our patients for their valuabl ... Read More

Breast Cancer

10/14/2013 No Comments

Tune in to Health Talk on channel 84 any night this week at 8:00 or 10:00 p.m. for “Evaluation of Women at Increased Risk for Breast Cancer.” This program will cover topics such as imag ... Read More


09/20/2013 No Comments

Obesity is a chronic disease just like diabetes, hypertension, etc.  It has its own genetic, behavioral and environmental causes.  Healthy lifestyles are important in combating the disease. Howev ... Read More


09/04/2013 No Comments

Gout is a disorder of uric acid metabolism.  Below the age of 60 it is almost exclusively seen in men, but after 60 years of age, both women and men develop gout equally.  The illness presents it ... Read More

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

08/16/2013 No Comments

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is the fourth leading cause of death in the world.  This disorder primarily affects smokers, but may also occur in people with recurrent exposure to se ... Read More

Physical Activity

07/30/2013 No Comments

The benefits of physical activity apply to everyone, people of any age, and are especially relevant to our society these days since two-thirds of the US population is either overweight or obese, an ... Read More

Kidney disease

07/12/2013 No Comments

” Kidney disease affects 1 in 3 individuals, with diabetes and high blood pressure accounting for the majority of cases. Few patients actually know they have kidney disease; however, it can b ... Read More

Dr. Richard Frank has written a 2nd Edition to his book

06/27/2013 No Comments

Being diagnosed with cancer is a traumatic experience.  Dr. Richard Frank’s book,
 Fighting Cancer with Knowledge and Hope: A Guide for Patients, ... Read More

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Diabetes and Standards of Medical Care

Diabetes is complicated. You may find that your diabetes team includes a dietitian, nurse, diabete…

Read more

Aortic Insufficiency

Aortic Insufficiency
Aortic insufficiency (AI ) is a condition where the valve between the heart…

Read more

CDL (Commercial Driver License) Drivers

The Norwalk Medical Group has several physicians that are Department of Transportation (DOT) Certifi…

Read more