McFarland Clinic

News Releases - Page 30

Text Size
Smaller Larger

August 25, 2011

McFarland Clinic would like to welcome Grant Goldsberry, MD, to the clinic. He has joined the Radiology department at the 1215 Duff Avenue Office in Ames.

Read More about Dr. Goldsberry: McFarland Clinic Welcomes New Radiologist

August 17, 2011

Advancements in surgery have helped make minimally invasive surgery standard practice. Learn how McFarland Clinic surgeons use the da Vinci Surgical System.

Read More about da Vinci Robot-Assisted Surgery

August 10, 2011

McFarland Clinic would like to welcome B.J. Jordison, DO, to the clinic. He has joined the Family Medicine department in our North Ames Office.

Read More about Dr. Jordison: Family Medicine Physician Joins McFarland Clinic

June 14, 2011

Good vision is an important part of performing daily tasks and overall health. The interaction between the cornea, lens and the retina is what creates good vision. Aging and disease processes can change the function of the lens over time. Cataracts are a common occurrence in the eyes of older...
Read More about Cataracts: Improving your Vision

May 3, 2011

Answers to questions about menorrhagia or prolonged and abnormally heavy periods from Jay Swanson, DO of McFarland Clinic Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Read More about Q&A with Dr. Jay Swanson: Heavy Periods

April 18, 2011

For people who suffer from spring allergies, warmer temperatures often mean enjoying the weather while managing their symptoms.

Read More about Enjoy the Weather: Tips to Managing Spring Allergies

April 14, 2011

Parkinson’s is a progressive, neurological disease that affects the way you move, caused by certain nerve cells in the brain breaking down.

Read More about Diagnosing and Managing Parkinson's Disease

April 1, 2011

Sleep apnea is a relatively common sleeping disorder, but one that is important to manage for a patient’s overall health.

Read More about Managing Your Sleep Apnea

March 16, 2011

Chronic kidney disease or failure is the gradual loss of kidney function. A patient’s kidneys are damaged and left unable to filter waste and excess fluids.

Read More about Kidney Disease Cases Growing in the U.S.

December 29, 2010

Receiving routine eye exams or screening can detect damage to the eye before a patient visually or physically notices any changes. If caught early enough, treatment usually helps several common eye disorders and problems. Dr. Nicolas Hamouche, a McFarland Clinic Ophthalmologist, explains why it is important for a patient to...
Read More about Eyes: Disorders, Symptoms and Treatments
of 31
Showing 291-300 of 302
© 2021 McFarland Clinic. All rights reserved.