NY Top Docs is proud to feature the following July 2017 approved providers. (Please note that all listings hyperlinked in blue are links to their online profile. Those that are bolded in black do not have an online profile at this time.) NY TOP DOCS INCLUDE: Anesthesiology Dr. Ismael A. Holipas Cardiology Dr. Aaron J. Gindea Dr. William Gotsis Dr. Craig David Hametz Colon & Rectal Surgery Dr. Stephen R. Gorfine Dermatology Dr. Daniel Foitl Dr. Elizabeth Francis Dr. Michele S. Green Dr. Monica Halem Dr. Kenneth Howe ENT (Otolaryngology) Dr. Wayne Eisman Dr. Gary Fishman Dr. Daniel R. Gold Dr. Steven I. Goldstein Dr. Joseph Haddad, Jr. Dr. Tina He Family Practice Dr. Nancy A. Bono Gastroenterology Dr. Susana Gonzalez General Surgery Dr. Robert Feldman Dr. Richard L. Friedman Infectious Disease Dr. Matthew D. Antalek Neurology Dr. Liliah Cantor Dr. Mohini Gurme Dr. Stanley B. Holstein Dr. Ashraf Elshafei Read the full article →

In honor of World Hepatitis Day (July 28th), NY Top Docs reached out to our reviewed and approved healthcare practitioners to learn the the Hepatitis, A,B, C’s. For those who are unaware, Hepatitis is a disease that causes liver inflammation. The most common types of viral hepatitis are Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. A Hepatitis A is a very contagious liver infection that can last for a few weeks to a few months. Usually, this virus is spread when someone ingests food or drink that has been contaminated by feces of an infected person. This infection can be easily prevented with a vaccination – which is recommended for all children 1 year of age and older to receive. B Hepatitis B is a liver disease that occurs when infected by the hepatitis B virus. Unfortunately with Hepatitis B, if an infant is infected, the infection can lead to Read the full article →

NY Top Docs is proud to feature the following June 2017 approved providers. (Please note that all listings hyperlinked in blue are links to their online profile. Those that are bolded in black do not have an online profile at this time.)   NY Top Docs Include: Cardiology Dr. James R. Albanese Dr. Jared Corriel Dermatology Dr. Michelle C. Abadir Dr. Alan Copperman Family Practice Dr. Alfred P. Belding Dr. Holly Bienenstock Dr. Enrique Corvalan-Schmidt Gynecology Dr. Erkan Buyuk Nephrology Dr. Rocco C. Venuto Dr. Brij Singh Ahluwalia Dr. Klara Briskin Obstetrics Dr. Timothy Brown Dr. Lisa Anderson Opthalmology Dr. John Chang Dr. David A. DiLoreto Dr. Stella Douros Pediatrics Dr. Erica D. Berg Dr. Bruce Brovender Reproductive Medicine Dr. Rachel Bennett Sports Medicine Dr. Marina Babiy Dr. Michael S. Cicchetti Dr. Mark Haray Vascular Surgery Dr. Roger Walcott  

  In the United States, June is designated as PTSD Awareness Month and June 27th is the specific day designated for National PTSD Awareness.   Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition experienced by 7- 8% of the population. About 8 million American adults will have PTSD during any given year – which is only a small portion of those who’ve suffered through a traumatic event.   A traumatic event is defined as any experience that threatens your life or safety, or if you witness something horrible happening to someone else.   For example, here are a few types of traumatic events that could lead to development of PTSD: Military combat Sexual Assault Physical Assault Child Abuse Serious Car Accidents Natural Disasters (Hurricanes, Fires, Tornadoes, Floods, Earthquakes, Etc.) Terrorist Attacks   The similarity between all of these different types of events is the fact that you may Read the full article →