Dr. Brent Alan Reinheimer MD, Internist
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Dr. Brent Alan Reinheimer MD


5 Alumni Dr 3rd Floor Exeter NH, 03833


Dr. Brent Reinheimer, a Nocturnist,  practiced in Exeter, NH. Dr. Reinheimer specializes in the acute medical  treatment, stabilization and diagnosis of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Reinheimer provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons and all specialists, as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.

Education and Training

Doctorate at St. George's University

Widener University

St. George's University School of Medicine 1998

Provider Details

MaleEnglish 24 years of experience
Dr. Brent Alan Reinheimer MD
Dr. Brent Alan Reinheimer MD's Expert Contributions
  • Digestive issues?

    I would think that you would need to speak with your gastroenterologist and get further stool samples and blood tests to make sure that you have or the diagnosis is corrective only acid reflux. There are numerous different elements that can that be a sign as opposed to the diagnosis. So thank you very much for requesting my advice and I wish you well. Be well, Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Cirrhosis after pancreatectomy with islet cell transplantation?

    Short answer is yes. There are many factors that are needed in order for someone to be deemed appropriate for a liver transplant or a partial liver transplantation. I wish you well I hope all things go well and appreciate your request my services. God bless. Be well,Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Phlegm and vomiting?

    Do you have any bad breath?  Do you have any cavities in the back of your mouth? Do you still have your tonsils? Have you been fully vaccinated and up-to-date on all things other than Covid? And if it is recent and you are in a high allergy area do you have seasonal allergies? It sounds like postnasal drip with an irritation that’s resulting in that, but more information will be needed before that would be the case and or the diagnosis. I would recommend speaking with your provider and see if there is an examination and or further tests which might be Indicated at this time. Also, a referral to either in ear nose and throat or a gastroenterologist or both. Thank you for asking and I hope you feel better. God bless Be well, Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • How do you treat nail fungus in children?

    Topical anti-fungal medicine is still a safe choice for treatment (takes several weeks to months), but I’d speak with a pediatrician about all current options and decide which is the best for you and yours. Thank you for asking for my service.  Be well, Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Do bunion correctors work for kids?

    Yes.  Be well,Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Stomach pain?

    I think you have a case of cause and diagnosis based on somebody else’s ailment. You probably had something that did not settle well with you and as propagated and continued because you’re concerned because your friend told you about H pie Laurie. H pie Laurie is essentially in nearly every single body on every planet of the human race, it’s a problem when we have gastric ulcer disease, peptic alters Aziz, gastritis, or any type of inflammatory disease of our gastric lining. So we treat it with triple therapy regardless. Prevention is preferred to a cure if you cannot do any good do no harm. That’s what the Hippocratic oath says and what we all do as providers. You should speak with your primary care physician to see about the risk factors and if getting a test is valid and covered by your insurance. You can also ask your provider should I just take treatment to prevent the possibility of…? Those are all valid, and there are also reasonable questions to ask of your provider. I hope I was able to answer your question and if you have any further questions about it, please feel free to ask me. I wish you well. Be well, Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Is it safe to take the COVID-19 vaccine during breastfeeding?

    I don’t believe that I am the correct position to answer that question for you. I’ll be it since you did ask I will give you my personal and professional opinion about not only the coronavirus vaccine, about doing a during breast-feeding. There is a cross between the mother and the child through breast-feeding. We know that’s where the first set of immunoglobulins come from and the cascade to help colonize the guy take care of the immune system and start to deal with the every day bombardment of sub infectious particulate matter that we deal with on the regular. Vaccinations have been very important and are probably the single most important aspect of medicine. With that information and known, it normally takes 10+ years for a vaccination to be approved and okayed, it took less than 10 months for six different variant flavors to be coming out and are out. Since and there has been 13 other coronavirus variants multiple different dosing‘s boosters and all things that are incompatible with vaccination. They are describing more of inoculation with subacute  levels of the particle yet, it has been causing side effects adverse reactions and delayed reactions. Some are worse than the illness itself. I would not advocate to do such and I would make sure that I spoke with my pediatrician, your family doctor or provider, and any other infectious disease specialist that you trust. Thank you I wish you well and enjoy your holiday weekend  Be well,Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • What is the new FDA approved drug for Alzheimer's?

    It’s called aducanumab. It’s for those who are diagnosed with MCI (mild cognitive impairment) due to Alzheimer’s disease. It works by removing beta-amyloid proteins from building up plaques that can delay neurological activity. First is the diagnosis is Alzheimer’s (not any of the other causes of dementia). Second mild cognitive impairment. Third under the advice and monitoring by a neurologist.  I hope I was able to answer your question and I pray for you and yours. Please feel free to contact me anytime if you need any further assistance. Thank you.  Be well,Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Can heart attack be prevented?

    To some extent, yes. Those with familial diseases, congenital and “idiopathic “ (we don’t know how it happened) can have early screening. Also, close monitoring with your cardiologist, exercise, weight management and sleep hygiene can minimize your chances. I hope I was able to answer your question and I pray for you and yours. READ MORE

  • Breathlessness?

    16 9 to 89% is not normal for a pulse exterminator reading. If you’re short of breath you just gave the reason. Need to go to an urgent care center or an emergency department. He needs supplemental oxygen, an x-ray, and also found out why you’re having the swelling that you’re having in your legs. The last thing you want to have is a deep venous thrombosis that resulted in a blood clot in your lungs, which results in you being short of breath and hypoxic. Please get somebody to take you to the emergency department for evaluation thank you I wish you well God bless. READ MORE

  • How should I sit after delivery?

    Depends on the way you delivered your baby, and if there were any type of issues that needed to be addressed, and example would be an a PZI to me, but the most simple answer is the most comfortable way for you to hold your baby without you being in an in discomfort. And how the nurses and your providers advise you. Especially when getting up and or sitting down. Those could be the struggle points. I wish you well congratulations on your new child and if you have any further questions please feel free to ask.  Be well,Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Can kidney stones cause kidney infection?

    Yes. If so it’s incredibly important to see a urologist for removal/stenting/ lithotripsy, iv abx, fluids; or some combination of the aforementioned. Thank you for your question and I hope I was of service and assistance. God bless. Be well, Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Smoking with pneumomediastinum?

    Very. Don’t smoke. Use edibles until it resolves  Be well,Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Which anesthesia is selected for ear surgery?

    A type of anesthesia is depending on your pre-morbid conditions, the type of surgery, the duration of the surgery, and any other factors that will play into or not, example would be going home or staying overnight or more than one day in the hospital versus outpatient, those all dictate what type of anesthesia you’re going to have. Let’s not forget that there’s an allergic profile I might have cross-reactivity with other medication drawn and or, sensitivity To Be well,Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Can you fix bad hearing?

    Yes. Need to see an audiologist and assess what type of hearing loss and treatment options. A lot of times it’s impacted earwax from people who use q- tips inadvertently pushing it in and not removed. I hope that helps you and I wish you and yours are safe and happy.  Be well, Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Will she need medical attention?

    One double dose is not going to be of any major consequence. Just let your provider know (information purposes only) and you can relax. If you notice anything that appears different, ask your provider. Thank you for asking for my help.  Be well, Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • What should I do?

    Sounds like it’s time for you to either see your primary care physician or your pulmonologist or lung specialist. All the over-the-counter remedies that you have described are legitimate and reasonable. The fact that you’re using an inhaler suggests that you should see your provider and ensure that you are not having work-related allergens. You might be referred to an allergist to find out what it is that’s resulting in your symptomatology. Being as it may, the suggestion is to see your provider pulmonologist specialist whomever, to get to the bottom of what’s resulting and causing this new symptom of yours to thank you have a nice day and I wish you well. READ MORE

  • Can you go to the ER for rheumatoid arthritis pain?

    Yes is the short answer. The emergency department is for any and all emergencies that cannot be provided for or cared for at home also, for those where your provider is asked you to see someone who might be able to assist to diagnose if that is the cause of the pain or is there something else resulting in it. Thank you for asking and I hope you’re paying improves, be well and God bless. READ MORE

  • What is the recovery time for liver cyst surgery?

    Depending on the type of delivering cyst that you’re referring to the average is approximately two weeks for someone to be recovered and or fully recovered. The pay on your baseline pre-morbid or pre-condition medical illnesses medications that you’re taking etc. at Al, well Delaney, and if it’s two weeks or longer. But the average is two weeks the rest relax and do everything your doctor says and follow the letter of the law, you’ll be better. Thank you for asking my opinion, I hope that I was out of service for you, and I wish you nothing but health wellness happiness. God bless you and yours. Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

  • Does acupuncture help bronchitis?

    Yes and a variety of other elements. It uses the foundation of your che lines and is far beyond my scope of practice other than I do know it does work. If it’s not working it’s not the acupuncture, it’s the individual doing it. See what kind of recommendations you can get from your provider and everything is better than nothing. God bless. Brent Reinheimer, MD READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Internal MedicineNocturnist


  • Strathmore's Who's Who   
  • President of the House of Physicians   
  • Above and Beyond Award   

Professional Society Memberships

  • Alpha Sigma Phi

Articles and Publications

  • USMLE Step I Recall: Buzzwords for the Boards

What do you attribute your success to?

  • His patients, hard work, perseverance, commitment, and dedication.

Hobbies / Sports

  • Surfing, Volleyball, Life Guarding

Dr. Brent Alan Reinheimer MD's Practice location

Practice At 5 Alumni Dr 3rd Floor

5 Alumni Dr 3rd Floor -
Exeter, NH 03833
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