Claudine J.M. Aguilera, MD, is a remarkable internal medicine physician working at First City Hospitalists Group in St Augustine, Florida. She graduated with honors from Tufts University School of Medicine in 2006. Having more than 11 years of diverse experience, Dr. Aguilera affiliates with Flagler Hospital. She completed her postgraduate training at Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center and California Pacific Medical Center and received board-certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Aguilera is a professional member of the American College of Physicians
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You may have a medical condition that needs to be looked into. I would see your primary care doctor to have some tests run. READ MORE
Juul has about t twice as much nicotine as traditional cigarettes and the additives found in them have been shown to bad for the cardiovascular system. Many medical societies have formed calls to action against e-cigarettes due to their harmful effects. I would encourage her to read what the medical profession says about the harmful effects and advice her not to use e-cigarettes. READ MORE
Anywhere between 10-15 is considered normal! READ MORE
No it is not READ MORE
If it is a deep venous thrombosis, then it requires medications call anticoagulants, but if it is in a superficial vein, then no treatment is required and your body will resorb the clot. READ MORE
There are many medications to treat asthma and what should be used really depends on how bad his asthma is. It is very important to control asthma symptoms as poor control can result in complications later in life. You should discuss his specific condition with his pediatrician and he may benefit from referral to a lung specialist. Good luck! Take care! READ MORE
If the “MD” you are referring to is muscular dystrophy, then yes, the swallow issue is very likely related. If an evaluation by a speech pathologist has not been done, this could be considered, however, if this is MD causing the symptoms, then management of the MD is all that can likely be done. It's not easy to say without a thorough review of your husband's charts. READ MORE
There is no permanent treatment for bronchitis---> unless you have an underlying lung condition such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease which can make you more prone to bronchitis - those conditions do have various levels of treatments to help control them READ MORE
no there is no medication for it at present READ MORE
In general he should avoid high fat foods as this can cause pain and bloating after gallbladder removal READ MORE
This depends entirely on WHY you have the issue. It can be anything from certain foods to stress. I would recommend a thorough exam from your primary care doctor and perhaps even an evaluation from a gastroenterologist READ MORE
Yes yes and yes! Sodium in a diet is the most common cause of high blood pressure in the united states! READ MORE
Absolutely it can! Keep up on your water intake especially when traveling. While a headache can of course be from other causes as well- try staying well hydrated and see if that helps! READ MORE
A low fat diet in general in the key here. Take out fast foods and high fat items- check labels when shopping because you would be suprised what contains high levels of fat! READ MORE
I would start with a visit to either an internal medicine or family practice specialist. READ MORE
High protein foods such a shellfish, red meat but also beer! READ MORE
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Having not seen the imaging it’s difficult to be sure but unless there is a complete tear of the rotator cuff the standard of care is physical therapy. READ MORE
Bronchitis itself is never contagious. Sometimes bronchitis can be triggered by a viral infection or a bacterial infection. Viral infections are no longer infections after just a few day and bacterial would depend on wether infection persists. You may wish to see your doctor if symptoms persist. READ MORE
Yes, physical therapy often have other techniques that can be of great help. Of course the degree of help received from these techniques also depends upon the reason for your pain. You should discuss this pain and be examined by a physician if you have not already. READ MORE
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Get to know Internist Dr. Claudine J.M. Aguilera, who serves the population of St. Augustine, Florida. Dr. Aguilera is a highly trained and qualified internal medicine physician with an extensive expertise in all facets of her work, especially as a hospitalist. She had been in practice for more than seven years and is currently serving patients within First City Hospitalists Group in St. Augustine, Florida. Dr. Aguilera’s career in medicine began in 2006, after graduating with from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. Upon receiving her Medical Degree, she trained in Internal Medicine at Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center, and completed her Pulmonary/Critical Care fellowship at the California Pacific Medical Center. Dr. Aguilera is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. To keep up to date with the latest advances and developments in her field, Dr. Aguilera maintains a professional membership with the American College of Physicians. In addition to her clinical work, she has had Clinical Professor academic appointments at the University of California and University of Nevada Schools of Medicine. When she is not assisting her patients, Dr. Aguilera can be found spending time outdoors. Internal Medicine is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases. Internists are skilled in the management of patients who have undifferentiated or multi-system disease processes. Internists care for hospitalized and ambulatory patients and may play a major role in teaching and research.
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