expert type icon EXPERT

Dr. Douglas Ashinsky, MD

Internist

Dr. Douglas Ashinsky is an internist practicing in Warren, NJ. Dr. Ashinsky specializes in the medical treatment of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Ashinsky provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.
35 years Experience
Dr. Douglas Ashinsky, MD
  • Warren, NJ
  • New York Univ Sch of Med, New York Ny
  • Accepting new patients

No peristalsis, floppy colon- what can help?

a thorough evaluation by a board certified gastroenterologist can help determine course of action

When should I see a geriatrician?

continue to maintain your healthy diet and exercise program and visit your primary care physician yearly for your yearly wellness exam

Rotator cuff tear

many studies show that PT can heal the tear without requiring the use of surgery; please undergo evaluation by a board certified orthopedist to help determine a course of action READ MORE
many studies show that PT can heal the tear without requiring the use of surgery; please undergo evaluation by a board certified orthopedist to help determine a course of action

Fatty liver- can it get better?

possibly reversible if you completely stop the alcohol; need followup with your liver specialist

Shortness of breath

please visit you primary care physician for a thorough exam to help determine a course of action

Why does hay fever severity fluctuate

depends on how much you are exposed to

Help with neck muscle stiffness

possibly; visit your primary care physician for an evaluation to help determine a plan of action

Weak from a stroke

your should have a thorough evaluation by your primary care physician and neurologist to determine answer to this question and a plan of action

My hands swell

please undergo thorough evaluation by a board certified primary care physician to determine cause and plan of action

Is there a best time of year to get the flu shot?

October, November or December or as soon as you hear there is flu in your area.