WARSAW — Like many Americans, you may require the occasional trip to the doctor’s office once or twice a year. Perhaps it’s a sinus infection, seasonal allergies or other minor affliction that takes just a few minutes to diagnose and treat. But is a quick interaction once or twice a year with your primary healthcare provider enough?
The Parkview Warsaw Center for Healthy Living is pleased to host Nicholas Seman, DO, Parkview Physicians Group, as he discusses the best way to maximize your relationship with your primary care physician. Dr. Seman’s discussion, which will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, will include questions to ask your physician, information you should provide and the best time to see your physician. Hint: it’s not when you are sick.
“No other person in your life is charged with not only treating your existing symptoms but helping you anticipate and avoid health issues that may be on the horizon,” said Dr. Seman. “Your primary care physician should have a vested interest in you, your personal health history and your family’s health history. It’s a partnership that is extremely valuable when done the right way.”
Attendance to the discussion is free but seating is limited. Please reserve your seat by calling (260) 266-6500.