English | Spanish
CHANGING LIVES THROUGH BETTER HEALTH!

Blog

Click on the articles below that further discuss the medical issues we treat.

The Importance of Early Detection of Heart Disease

According to the American Heart Association (AHA), cardiovascular disease (CVD) kills one woman every minute in the United States. Additionally, one out of every three women will experience some form of CVD during their lifetime. Heart attacks, strokes, arrhythmia,...

Tips for Preventing Achilles Tendonitis

Are you experiencing painful symptoms in your heel or lower calf, centered around your Achilles tendon? Achilles tendonitis is a common issue that can severely compromise your activity. At Doctors United, we specialize in Sports Medicine. For those who are...

How to Prevent Plantar Fasciitis from Coming Back or Switching Feet

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of foot pain, especially among athletes, older adults, and people who spend a lot of time on their feet. If you’re very overweight or if you have a certain type of foot shape or walking style (gait), you can also be...

How to Prevent Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the plantar fascia, which is the tendon that runs from your heels to the toes. The plantar fascia is responsible for the maintenance of the arch of the feet and absorbs shock as one walks, runs or stands. The plantar fascia is...

Doctors United adding Mental Health Services with Dr. Gregory Mack

At the 907 E Tremont Ave location, Doctors United is pleased to announce that it's adding Gregory Mack, PSY to its team of primary care providers. With our patients increasingly looking for mental health services and more specifically a psychologist, our team has been...

How to Stay Safe as Things Open Up During the Pandemic

As stay-at-home orders lift in some areas, and businesses and community centers begin to open their doors again, you may be eager to head out. But the lifting of restrictions doesn't provide a free pass to go back to all your usual haunts or resume your previous...

Pin It on Pinterest