The examiner in march
Celebrating Doctor Schlamp for Doctor's Day!!
Dr. Kevin Schlamp is board certified family physician and wound care specialist. He is a certified Medical Review Officer. Dr. Schlamp also has ten years experience in emergency medicine, 26 years as a local family practice physician and four years as a workers comp consultant.
Dr. Schlamp is a dedicated, caring, compassionate, and brilliant doctor!
Make sure you tell Dr. Schlamp how much you appreciate him!
Colorectal Cancer Kills
Colorectal cancer is the 2nd most common cause of CANCER DEATHS when men & women are combined. It is expected to lead to over 52,000 deaths in 2022.
The key to preventing this cancer is screening, screening, screening! Screenings can find precancerous polyps before they turn into cancer.
Screenings include colonoscopies and take-home tests such as, FOB tests and Cologuard tests. Screening begins at age 45.
Symptoms CAN include blood in stool, lasting stomach pain & losing weight without cause. If you have any of these symptoms, you should contact your physician immediately.
To have your yearly screening, phone our office at 337.527.6385
ASK US ABOUT OUR TAKE HOME COLORECTAL SCREENING OPTIONS!
A lack of adequate sleep can cause physical and mental downfalls! Sleep deprivation can cause headaches, stress, anxiety, irritability, daytime fatigue, weakened immunity, memory issues and trouble concentrating.
Our office offers TAKE HOME sleep studies! Call our office at 337.527.6385 to see if a sleep study is right for you!
At SFMC, we strive on our ability to care for our patients mentally and physically. Our motto is "Good Doctors Know Medicine, Great Doctors Know Their Patients" Our Nurse Practitioners and Medical Doctor want to build a physician/patient relationship with you to truly be able to put your health first! We hope your experience is pleasant!
It can be an intimidating process making the decision to start eating healthier. Schlamp Family Medical Clinic's 3 Nurse Practitioners and Medical Doctor are here to help!
You should focus on, Mindfulness, Balance and Togetherness.
Mindful eating is recognizing that all foods have a purpose. Choose your meals with intention.
Balance your dietary habits! We understand it is not possible to eat 100% clean 100% of the time.
Food has the ability to bring people together. Use your mealtime as an opportunity to sit down with your family, without the distraction of technology.
Your diet should include plenty of lean meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and legumes and plenty of water.
You should try to avoid fatty, fried, processed, and sugar filled foods.
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