Dr. Michael J. O'grady M.D.
Pain Management Specialist | Pain Medicine4070 Wild Sonnet Trl Norcross GA, 30092
Dr. Michael O'grady practices Pain Medicine in Norcross, GA. Pain medicine is concerned with the prevention of pain, and the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients experiencing pain. Pain medicine physicians use a broad-based approach to treat all pain disorders, ranging from pain as a symptom of disease to pain as the primary disease. Dr. O'grady serves as a consultant to other physicians but is often the principal treating physician, providing care at various levels; such as treating the patient directly, prescribing medication, prescribing rehabilitative services, performing pain relieving procedures, counseling patients and families, directing a multidisciplinary team, coordinating care with other healthcare providers, and providing consultative services.
- Impact of diabetes on cardiac structure and function: the strong heart study.
- Differences in echocardiographic findings and systemic hemodynamics among non-diabetic American Indians in different regions: The Strong Heart Study.
- Relationship of impaired glucose tolerance to left ventricular structure and function: The Strong Heart Study.
- Myocardial function and geometry in hypertensive subjects with low levels of afterload.
- Essential research issues in rural health: the state rural health directors' perspective.
- How state rural health directors obtain policy-relevant research information.
- Associations of insulin levels with left ventricular structure and function in American Indians: the strong heart study.
- Bilobed gallbladder (fellea vesica divisa).
- Gastric freezing: preliminary report on ten cases.
- Edentulism and associated factors in people 60 years and over from urban, rural and remote Western Australia.
- Massive intraperitoneal hemorrhage from a ruptured coronary vessel of a uterine leiomyoma, with report of a case.
- Commentary--Improving Federal health data: the essential partnership between researcher and policy maker.
- Demographic, health and lifestyle factors associated with dental service attendance by young adults.
- Antifungal prophylaxis for the prevention of neonatal candidiasis?
- Management of neonatal abstinence syndrome: a national survey and review of practice.
- Screening for developmental dysplasia of the hip: current practices in Ireland.
- Connecting the ivory tower to main street: setting research priorities for real-world impact.
- Using clinical information to project federal health care spending.
- Subclinical hypothyroidism in childhood.
- Symptomatic Chiari 1 malformation after initiation of growth hormone therapy.
- Policy implications of first-dollar coverage: a qualitative examination from the payer perspective.
- Cardiac-related varicella mortality in childhood: a literature review with clinical experience.
- Economic model of a birth cohort screening program for hepatitis C virus.
- Spermatogenesis in a prepubertal boy.
- Lack of sensitivity of the 1-μg low-dose ACTH stimulation test in a paediatric population with suboptimal cortisol responses to insulin-induced hypoglycaemia.
- Substantial Medicare savings may result if insurers cover 'artificial pancreas' sooner for diabetes patients.
- Requirement for age-specific peak cortisol responses to insulin-induced hypoglycaemia in children.
- "Cobra head" stone.
- How might immunization rates change if cost sharing is eliminated?
- Nail dystrophy mystery.
- Sideroblastic anaemia and primary adrenal insufficiency due to a mitochondrial respiratory chain disorder in the absence of mtDNA deletion.
- Aromatase inhibitors for short stature in male children and adolescents.
- Swallowing the bitter (metal) pill.
- Expanding the clinical spectrum of chromosome 15q26 terminal deletions associated with IGF-1 resistance.
- Management of a large cystic lymphangioma causing intestinal obstruction.
- A breathtakingly rare presentation of pyloric stenosis.
- Prevalence and characteristics of paediatric Type 2 diabetes in the Republic of Ireland.
- The dental health of children eight and fifteen years of age living in Bunbury, Western Australia.
- Relation of hemodynamic volume load to arterial and cardiac size.
- Relations of Doppler stroke volume and its components to left ventricular stroke volume in normotensive and hypertensive American Indians: the Strong Heart Study.
- Relations of left ventricular mass to demographic and hemodynamic variables in American Indians: the Strong Heart Study.
- Scabies in a general practice.
- Relations of left ventricular mass to fat-free and adipose body mass: the strong heart study. The Strong Heart Study Investigators.
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