Alan W. Davis, M.D., and Pamela H. Davis, M.D.
Alan is an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine physician affiliated with The Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He is a member of the National Board of Medical Examiners, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society.
Pamela is a practicing dermatologist at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and is an assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University. She is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine as well as the American Board of Dermatology and is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Articles by Alan and Pamela Davis
Toxins In The Workplace
In the hvacr industry, workers can potentially be exposed to several toxins. Awareness of these chemicals and antimicrobials is important for overall job safety and health.
To help yourself, and your employees, better cope with stress, encourage communication. You can also support employees through social activities, employee assistance programs and encouraging regular exercise.
Intimacy, Eyesight, and Prevention
In addition to eating right and regularly hitting the gym, intimacy can do wonders for your overall well being. It promotes heart health, lowers stress and helps you sleep better.
Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain is one of the most common health complaints we hear about today. Pain can be due to ordinary overuse, trauma, or a serious condition. Anti-inflammatory medications, in concert with therapeutic exercises can provide relief.
Protect Your Knees
Knowing how to prevent injuries and heeding warning signs when something is wrong will enable you to continue selling and servicing hvacr systems for years to come.
Finding The Right Doctor: He Says, She Says
We rely on our primary care physician for their ability to help maintain our health and to screen for more serious illnesses. Alan’s approach to choosing a physician is pragmatic and straightforward — even business like. Pamela’s approach uses a little more intuitive sense. By blending a little of each of these suggestions, you should be able to find a physician or surgeon who is right for you or your family.
Health Basics 101
Drs. Alan W. Davis, M.D., and Pamela H. Davis, M.D offer a health maintenance primer, suggesting regular physical exams, dental visits, eye exams, colonoscopy, skin exam, vital signs, electrocardiogram, cholesterol check, CRP, prostate exam, testicular exam, PAP smear, and bone density testing as recommended tests everyone should be having.
Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
Consistent and persistent lack of sleep deprives your body of much needed time for recharging and can lead to serious ailments, such as depression, heart disease, poor glucose metabolism, and an increase in other colds and flues due to a weakened immune system.
A man is 35% more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than a woman is to be diagnosed with breast cancer; however nearly 100% of patients diagnosed early can be cured. Here are the signs and symptoms to look for and some preventive measures to take.