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Pediatric Orthopedic Associates of San Antonio, or POASA (pronounced pōsa), is a specialty care organization comprised entirely of board-certified pediatric orthopedic surgeons.
A physician’s office now open at Franklin Park TPC Parkway Senior Living campus allows residents and their family members to live with peace of mind and the knowledge that quality care is only steps away.
We cannot spend too much time talking to our physician clients about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) effective this year. Many important changes made will impact all business owners.
Physician experts from UT Health San Antonio come together in one place to offer both routine and complex robotic surgeries in a wide range of surgical specialties.
The promise of yoga has evoked a trendy conversation in our country around the possibility of sustainable healing, stress management, physical maintenance and more. Many patients are looking into the healing benefits of complementary and alternative medical practices. However, yoga means different things to different people due to the wide variety of styles expressed in today’s cultural landscape.
No matter the size of the gland, thulium laser enucleation of the prostate (ThuLEP) offers next-day resolution of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) symptoms without the need for extended hospital stays or invasive surgery.
An estimated 32 million postmenopausal women in the U.S. suffer from the painful symptoms of menopause due to declining levels of estrogen.
As my firm continues to prepare income tax returns for our physician clients and their medical practices, many of our physician clients are seeing a nice reduction in their projected income tax liability for the 2018 year and if there are no major changes to the tax laws just passed, they will continue to see a nice reduction through the year 2025.
A patient says Baptist Health System’s navigator helped her find ‘new normal.’
The Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio is hosting the Best of ASCO Texas Review at the Omni La Mansion Del Rio on San Antonio’s famous Riverwalk.
A new study released in March found that many men receiving prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing do so without a comprehensive shared decision-making process, contrary to current guidelines. The American Cancer Society study, appearing in Annals of Family Medicine, finds that in both 2010 and 2015 about six in 10 men who reported recent PSA testing said they had received at least one component of shared decision making with their healthcare providers. Meanwhile, only 1 in 10 with no PSA test reported receiving any component of shared decision making in both 2010 and 2015.