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Mental Health and Addiction

Do you or someone you love struggle with drug addiction? Did you know that many times addiction is a result of someone trying to self-medicate for mental health issues?
Aug 8th, 2023

Diabetes

What is diabetes? How do you prevent and treat it ? Our providers are well versed in managing this chronic condition. Stay well informed and familiarize yourself with the condition. Keep reading to find out more.
Jul 24th, 2023

Mental Health

Mental Health is a basic human right, and is not a moral issue but is instead a public health issue. improved mental health impacts the individual, their family and their community. Montgomery Family Care wants to make mental health care more accessible.
Jul 3rd, 2023

Addiction

Addiction is a complex disease that affects the brain. The earlier you get treatment the more likely you are to avoid some of the consequences of the disease. Dr. Kassis is addiction board certified and offers many options to treat the disease.
Jun 16th, 2023
Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary Tract Infection, UTI

A urinary tract infection, often referred to as a UTI, is an infection of the urinary tract. Symptoms can include burning, itching sensation and pain. Antibiotics can provide quick relief so it is important to have this addressed soon by your PCP.
Jul 10th, 2024
Hypertension

Hypertension

High blood pressure can put people at risk for kidney disease, stroke and heart attacks. Hypertension can have no symptoms at all, so it is important to keep regular doctor visits. Montgomery Family Care providers are well trained to control hypertension,
Apr 9th, 2024
Urgent Care

Urgent Care

Urgent Care serves a different purpose than the Emergency Room. Urgent Care centers can treat many non-life threatening emergencies. Choosing an Urgent Care over the ER for less serious emergencies can lessen waiting times and be more cost-effective.
Mar 18th, 2024
ADHD

ADHD

When ADHD is mentioned the image of a hyper child who lacks restraint or concentration, comes to mind. Symptoms can be population specific. ADHD is an abbreviation for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder and it affects millions of people in the USA.
Feb 19th, 2024