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Panic Often Resolves with Sound Advice

By Jeffrey Sterling, MD March 30, 2020

panicOne of the most common facial expressions we see in the ER is panic.
The good news is that oftentimes patients only need to hear the facts and sound advice before they can leave the ER resolved and prepared to take care of their health on their own.
The bad news is that buyers’ remorse often follows, sometimes at the cashiers’ stations on the way out, sometimes when the bills come in the mail, sometimes in front of the physician: “I waited all night for that?!”
Don’t panic about your health. Don’t panic about your healthcare budget. Contact your Personal Healthcare Consultant at 844-SMA-TALK or
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