Learn about treatment options for erectile dysfunction and male stress urinary incontinence at McFarland Clinic's Free Men's Health Seminar.
Cory Oswald, DPT, with McFarland Clinic explains what you need to know about vertigo during the First Nurse radio show on KFJB.
McFarland Clinic Travel Medicine Specialist, Dr. Sean Juguilon talks about the most common travel illness and what you can do to prevent it.
Are you heading on a cruise for spring break? Dr. Peter Wolfe shares easy things you can do to stay healthy on your trip!
The Ames and Marshalltown After Hours Clinics are closed tonight (Feb 25). If you are unable to make your appointment due to the weather, please call your doctor's office.
Before you travel, visit the McFarland Clinic Travel Clinic. Our physicians can help you prepare for your trip and make sure you have all of the necessary vaccinations and information to have a safe and healthy vacation. Dr. Peter Wolfe and Dr. Sean Juguilon are both specialists in the Travel Clinic. Call 515-663-4892 to schedule your appointment. No referral is necessary.
Terri Hannan, PA-C with McFarland Clinic talks about the measles during the First Nurse radio show on KFJB.
Currently there are no confirmed cases of measles in the state of Iowa. However, there have been several cases throughout the United States. Right now is a good time to check to see if you and your family have been vaccinated.
There is plenty of flu vaccine supply at McFarland Clinic. Learn more about the flu, vaccine and treatment options in this series of videos from Dr. Arbulu.
McFarland Clinic is pleased to announce Angela Nelson, PA-C joined the McFarland Clinic Jefferson Family Medicine office in January 2015. Angela is an Adel native.
McFarland Clinic is pleased to announce Dana Hartwigsen, DO joined the Ames Pediatrics Department. Dr. Hartwigsen began seeing patients in January.
McFarland Clinic is pleased to announce Julia Egli, PA-C joined the McFarland Clinic Webster City Office this December.
The Iowa Department of Public Health confirmed cases of influenza in Iowa during October. While the number of cases is low, the identification indicates two different flu viruses are circulating the state.
Now is the perfect time to get your flu vaccination. With two strains circulating it means that without a flu vaccination, an individual could become ill with the flu two different times.
Google “Sitting is the new smoking” and you will have reading material for weeks. Prolonged sitting has been linked to: back pain, obesity, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and colon cancer.
The 10th annual McFarland Clinic Turkey Food Drive kicked off on Thursday, December 4th. McFarland Clinic and the 2014 Turkey rallied together to benefit MICA of Story County.
Over the last 10 years or so, hip injuries in athletes has gained greater attention than they had previously. One reason for that is the development of safe ways to work on the hip with arthroscopic means.
McFarland Clinic is pleased to announce Katrina Smith, MD joined the McFarland Clinic Dermatology Department in December.
While the holiday cheer and family time is always special, the holidays can spell disaster for healthful lifestyle plans. After all, it gets a lot harder to say no to calorie-dense, nutrient-light foods when you’re faced with holiday party after holiday party, and between all the festivities, it’s much harder to sneak in a workout.
It’s not as commonly seen as an ACL injury, but the term labral tear of the shoulder or the hip is frequently spotted in the sports pages these days. Why didn’t we hear of labral tear in the past?
McFarland Clinic has been proudly serving residents in Marshalltown and surrounding communities with offices in the community since 1994.
McFarland Clinic is delighted to share with our patients and residents of Greene and surrounding counties an agreement has been finalized for a new McFarland Clinic Office in Jefferson. Our clinic location in spring 2015 will be in a newly constructed facility adjacent to the new Hy-Vee.
McFarland Clinic PC recognized several outstanding physicians and employees for the 2014 Trusted Choice Awards.
Basketball Player Georges Niang describes the moment his basketball season ended. Initially he thought it was a sprain, but later learned he had broken his foot. McFarland Clinic Sports Medicine Surgeon, Dr. Thomas Greenwald explains this common injury as well as treatment options.
As basketball season gets started, I wanted to briefly discuss one of the most common basketball injuries that often needs surgery - that being the ACL. The ACL, as most sports enthusiasts probably already understand, is a ligament inside the knee that helps stabilize the knee joint, especially during cutting and pivoting motions.