Dr. Zielsdorf audio interview: Thyroid Exams

Thyroid Exams and What Information Patients Should Bring to an Appointment

Our Primary topic of the day was Thyroid Exams and What Information Patients Should Bring to an Appointment

Courtesy of Mark Drugs
“The Doctor and the Pharmacist” Radio hour

11-12-16 As a compounding pharmacist, we encounter and often recommend many topical medication options. They can work systemically or locally and can often get a better response than oral medications.
Mark Drugs has always worked with our patients and continues to do so to make costs reasonable for our customers.
Topical Analgesics decrease the use of other pain medications and reduce potential side effects.
A recent study shows that after only three months of topical therapy, patients experienced reduced use of opiates by 27.5% for Vicodin like drugs containing hydrocodone, morphine and oxycodone. It showed reduced use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAID’s) by 64.1%. After five months of topical therapy, the reductions were even more pronounced. Not only do these topical pain medications work locally to give relief to muscles and joints, but topical and transdermal medications decrease the amount that goes to the liver and results in less liver stress and potential drug interactions.
Mark Drugs will work with your doctor to come up with topical analgesics that can decrease your pain, improve your overall condition, decrease drug interaction potential, and improve the quality of your heart, lungs and every organ in your body.
Dr. Sarah Zielsdorf, from IPD Physicians Group is my guest today. She focuses on Functional Medicine. Functional Medicine is a combination of traditional, allopathic, Indian/Ayurvedic and herbal medicine. This means using any tools, including traditional and scientific methods to get to the root of medical problems to get to a cure or improvement of a patient’s health.
Our Primary topic of the day was Thyroid Exams and What Information Patients Should Bring to an Appointment. It is very important that you have a good and open relationship with your physician…