Dr. Schlamp is a board-certified family physician. He has TEN years' experience in the ER, 26 years as a local family practice physician and four years as a worker's comp consultant.
NP Poe is board certified in Adult and Geriatric Medicine. She was certified as a Geriatric Care Manager in 2010 and is current owner of Geriatric Resources, Inc. Mrs. Poe can treat patients 18 years and older.
NP Scuderi is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She began her career in early college by working as a CNA in the homes of the elderly, disabled persons, and special needs children. She went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at LSU in 2012. While working as an RN in the NICU, she completed her Master of Science in Nursing at the University of South Alabama.
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Does your self-care routine include your heart? If not, it should! Heart disease is the LEADING cause of death in men and women and can lead to a heart attack! You need to live a healthy lifestyle and understand your risk of heart disease in order to prevent this disease.
Understand your risk
Choose a healthy diet
See your PCP for a BP & Cholesterol check
Manage your stress
Do not smoke
Drink in moderation
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Signs of Heart Attack
Chest discomfort Discomfort in one or both arms, the back, neck, jaw or stomach. Shortness of breath Breaking out in a cold sweat, nausea or lightheadedness. MINUTES MATTER! Don’t wait!
A healthy diet does not consist of just adding healthy foods to your diet, but also eliminating unhealthy foods.
Foods to add to your diet 1. Fruits 2. Vegetables 3. Lean meats 4. Nuts 5. Whole grains 6. Fish 7. Healthy fats Foods to limit 1. Sweets 2. Fried foods 3. Excess salt 4. Alchol 5.Processed foods
WE HAVE AN IN-HOUSE (in-office) LAB STATION! Schedule your appointment for lab work by calling or texting our clinic.
Your body needs SOME cholesterol to work properly but having too much cholesterol can put you at risk for coronary artery disease, heart attack, or stroke. There are two main types of cholesterol. LDL is the "bad" cholesterol. HDL is the "good" cholesterol. To keep your cholesterol at a healthy level you should eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly and visit your PCP at least once a year for your wellness.
FAST is an easy way to identify the symptoms of a stroke: F – Face: Does one side of the face droop? A – Arms: Does one arm drift downward? S – Speech: Is your speech slurred? T – Time: If you observe any of these signs, call 9-1-1 immediately.