We practice evidence-based medicine. Below are peer-reviewed articles that we use to direct our care.
Medical technology is constantly evolving, so it is essential that doctors use the most current peer-reviewed data to back clinical reasoning. There are many therapies available to patients, and doctors often have different perspectives and practice different protocols. We encourage our patients to do their own research, but sometimes it’s hard to find a trustworthy source of accurate information. We only practice techniques that are backed by strong evidence to support our clinical decision making. With that in mind, we’ve made a directory of educational materials available here so that patients can become well-informed healthcare consumers.
All of the articles here come from PubMed, the largest database of medical knowledge provided by the National Institutes of Health. There you will find peer-reviewed data which is only published after it has been scrutinized by experts. The information found on PubMed is the same information used by physicians in clinical decision making. The focus here is to provide a resource of high quality of medical literature for patients and providers.
Read the brief summary, then click on the hyperlink for the full article.
New evidence is published every day, so be sure to check back often as we plan to update frequently.