Dr. Natalie Marks, MD
Internist960 50th St Brooklyn NY, 11219
Dr. Natalie Marks is an internist practicing in Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Marks 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. Marks 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.
Education and Training
Crimean State Medical University named after S.I. Georgievskiy 1993
Dr. Natalie Marks, MD's Expert Contributions
Yes, damaged nerves can hurt. Feel better. NM READ MORE
It depends on how much alcohol you invested. If you are not feeling well, go to emergency room READ MORE
Pneumonia is inflammation of the lungs. It can be caused by a multitude of bacteria and viruses, some can be transmitted from person to person. Most are not causing pneumonia even if they got to the body. READ MORE
Multigrain, containing slowly digesting flours like oat, spelt, buckwheat READ MORE
It’s better to ask this question from the surgeon who will be performing surgery. It highly depends on multiple factors: level of nerve compression, degree of compression, patient factors, surgeon’s experience, technical success and others. READ MORE
You need to see an orthopedic surgeon and neurologist who will help determine a reason for your pain and plan treatments accordingly. READ MORE
Most commonly dehydration but best is to see his pediatrician and nephrologist to run some analyses find the answer. READ MORE
It’s better to see a hand specialist. READ MORE
Yes it is READ MORE
It’s best to ask your operating orthopedic surgeon about recovery and restrictions. READ MORE
Incontinence is not a typical Covid-19 symptoms. You need to consult a urologist. Be well. Natalie Marks READ MORE
I am sorry about your troubles, hope you stay safe and have access to all your medications. The answer to your question is not simple yes or no. Some people with early and mild diabetes type 2 can have it managed without medications, by strict diet, weight loss and exercise. Regarding your personal situation, I need to know at lease what medications are you taking for diabetes and doses, how many years to you have diabetes for, what are your daily blood sugars you monitor and what is your last HbA1C level. Be safe. Natalie Marks READ MORE
This question is for a Urology specialist. Be well. Natalie Marks READ MORE
Good morning. It’s usually genetic predisposition to form spider veins (weak vein walls). Other contributing factors may be being overweight, long hours standing every day (work type). Natalie Marks READ MORE
Hello there, The best antibiotic choice for kidney infection would be based on urine bacterial culture analysis. Hope your son feels better. Natalie Marks READ MORE
Good morning. I am sorry your daughter is not feeling well. Diagnosis “bronchitis” simply put means inflammation of breathing channels. There are multiple reasons that cause this inflammation such as allergy, irritants inhalation, infection to name just a few. If the factors causing inflammation=bronchitis are eliminated, in theory bronchitis may resolve by itself. However, I wouldn’t recommend to rely on it without proper evaluation by a specialist- pulmonologist. Lung specialist will help establish exact reason for your daughter’s bronchitis and help manage and cure it. Be well! Natalie Marks READ MORE
That question is unfortunately out of the scope of my specialty. Please ask your primary care doctor as there are multiple reasons for this symptoms. Have a wonderful day. Natalie Marks READ MORE
- Popliteal artery volume flow measurement: a new and reliable predictor of early patency after infrainguinal balloon angioplasty and subintimal dissection.
- Gray-scale median of the atherosclerotic plaque can predict success of lumen re-entry during subintimal femoral-popliteal angioplasty.
- Interposition bypass of the popliteal artery using the popliteal vein in 1943.
- A new endovascular technique for the treatment of dialysis-associated steal syndrome.
- Varicose Veins
- Venous Insufficiency
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (aaa)
- Aortic Aneurysm
- Peripheral Artery Disease (pad)
- Vascular Disease
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Get to know Vascular Surgeon Dr. Natalie Marks, who serves patients in New York.
Dr. Marks is a board-certified vascular surgeon who serves the community of Borough Park in Brooklyn, New York City, New York at the Vascular Institute of New York. With more than 25 years of experience, she is passionate about using the latest advancements in medical technology to diagnose and treat a wide range of vascular conditions, including hypertension, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), venous leg ulcers, and diabetic vascular disease.
Founded by Enrico Ascher, MD, in 1990, the Vascular Institute of New York has been serving communities throughout New York City for over 30 years. From hypertension and venous leg ulcers to chronic venous insufficiency, carotid artery disease, and deep vein thrombosis, it provides exceptional vascular care for all patients.
In addition to her time at the Vascular Institute of New York, Dr. Marks is an attending physician at Brooklyn’s Maimonides Medical Center, New York Community Hospital, and NYU Langone Brooklyn Medical Center. A frequent invited guest lecturer at numerous international vascular related meetings, she also serves as a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the New York University School of Medicine.
Growing up in Ukraine, Dr. Marks earned her medical degree from the Medical Academy named after S. I. Georgievsky of Vernadsky CFU in 1993. She later moved to the United States to complete her residency in internal medicine at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn.
Belonging to several professional organizations, including the American College of Physicians and the American Society for Vascular Medicine, the doctor is board-certified by both the American Board of Vascular Medicine (an independent organization dedicated to the certification of qualified vascular medicine physicians) and the American Board of Internal Medicine (a physician-led, non-profit, independent evaluation organization driven by doctors who want to achieve higher standards for better care in a rapidly changing world). She also holds certifications from the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy and the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography for vascular technology.
Vascular surgery is a surgical subspecialty in which diseases of the vascular system, including the arteries, veins, and lymphatic circulation, are managed by medical therapy, minimally-invasive catheter procedures, and surgical reconstruction. A vascular surgeon diagnoses, treats, and manages conditions in the arteries and veins, also called the blood vessels. These specialists treat a range of health problems, from spider and varicose veins to life-threatening aneurysms, and can help patients manage chronic conditions throughout their lives.
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