February 1, 2015

BPIMC is certified by the National Registry of Certified Examiners to perform DOT examinations

BPIMC is certified by the National Registry of Certified Examiners to perform DOT examinations. Brunswick Princeton Industrial Medical Center 4105 U.S. Route One, Suite One, South Brunswick ( Monmouth Junct ) N.J., 08852 Telephone: (732) 329-8585, fax: (732) 329-5668, e-mail: brad.h.kline@verizon.net         Why is this important for your company that BPIMC is […]

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January 27, 2015

Low Back Pain

  Low Back Pain         Overview of low back pain   Low back pain is extremely common, in most cases it can be treated without formal care. When it does need formal care, conservative treatment will usually suffice. Only rarely does low back pain require surgery.   How do you know if […]

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January 4, 2015

IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME – INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS

IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME – INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS   overview:   Irritable Bowl Syndrome – Information for Patients: Overview — Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common, chronic condition of the digestive system. Its primary symptoms are abdominal pain and altered bowel habits (eg, constipation and/or diarrhea). These symptoms have no definitive and directly identifiable cause. […]

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January 3, 2015

Diabetes – Information For Patients

DIABETES – INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS – OVERVIEW Diabetes – Information for Patients: Type 2 diabetes mellitus (Adult onset Diabetes) occurs when the pancreas is not able to produce a sufficient amounts of insulin, and/or the muscle or fat receptors becomes resistant to insulin. Either of these problems can result in high blood sugar (glucose) levels, […]

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December 30, 2014

High Blood Pressure (hypertension)

  Introduction HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE  is also known as Hypertension, and it is caused by increased resistance to blood flow in your arteries, and a large propulsive flow originating in your heart.  Untreated hypertension causes strain on the heart and arteries, this can lead to heart failure, heart attacks, kidney failure, stroke, blindness, and impotence. […]

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December 27, 2014

suspension trauma in occupational medicine

      Suspension trauma Suspension trauma is the term used to describe the condition which occurs after a person is trapped in an upright position and is unable to move. There is a risk for late phase damage of the muscle (rhabdomyolysis) kidney damage, and sudden death. Most of the late phase problems are […]

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December 27, 2014

cholesterol is a risk factor for heart attacks and strokes – cardiovascular disease

cholesterol is a risk factor for heart attacks and strokes – cardiovascular disease Hyperlipidemia dyslipidemia refers to increased levels of lipids (fats) in the blood, these can include both cholesterol and triglycerides Hyperlipidemia is not a disease but it can significantly increase your risk of developing vascular disease including heart attacks, strokes, NL loss of […]

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December 27, 2014

cholesterol treatment- statins, bile acid absorbants, niacin, zetia and others

cholesterol treatment             INTRODUCTION Cholesterol Treatment —   High cholesterol and lipid levels can increase your risk for developing heart attacks, strokes, blindness, impotence, senility, and other diseases. Please see my blog on: cholesterol is a risk factor for heart attacks and strokes – cardiovascular disease     Conservative Care […]

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December 27, 2014

Sinusitis, an infectious disease

    Sinusitis Do you suffer from bad breath, sore throat, dizziness, or congestion that won’t go away? You may be suffering from sinusitis.   What is sinusitis? Sinusitis is inflammation of the cavities which filter the air you breath. sinus inflammation is usually from an Infections which are usually caused by viruses or bacteria. […]

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December 12, 2014

Lymes disease – a tickborn illness caused by borrelia burgdorferi and spread by Ixodes Scapularis

  Lymes disease   Lymes is the most common tick borne illness in the United States. The Tick is called Ixodes Scapularis, and it transmits a microorganism called Borrelia burgdorferi, which causes Lyme’s disease.   Symptoms of Lymes disease:   Symptoms of Lymes usually begin 1 to 2 weeks after the tick bite. It is […]

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