Executive Health a Top Priority for Top Physicians

Executive Medicine of Southlake is changing the level of health care for busy executives.

Southlake, TX (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) April 27, 2005 -- Two award winning physicians, and co-authors of "Executive Medicine: Optimizing Your Chances for a Longer Life," have teamed up to bring executive medicine to a new level. In an office that was designed with the aesthetics of a five-star hotel, Walter Gaman, MD, FCCP, DABFP and Mark Anderson, MD, DAFP, bring low volume and high quality executive physicals to those both near and far.

After a more than a year in the making, this highly thought out practice is now underway. Although the usual physical exam parts are included, Executive Medicine of Southlake takes the exam a few steps further and includes the use of the latest technology.
During physicals, executives are able to spend several hours with the physician and undergo a battery of examinations that may include a thallium cardiac stress test and a virtual colonoscopy.

A personal trainer is available, and during a platinum level exam performs a fitness assessment, complete with graphs that can track yearly progress. "Executives are a special type of patient with special needs. High stress levels and the effects of travel often take a toll on these individuals both mentally and physically. Fortunately, we have the technology and know-how to diagnose early or take steps to prevent disease altogether," states Dr. Gaman.

When asked why these already busy physicians decided to open and executive type office, Dr. Anderson stated, "While doing the research for our book, 'Executive Medicine: Optimizing Your Chances for a Longer Life,' due out from the publisher this May, it became apparent that we should be treating executives and their health in a more aggressive manner. This is why we include the level of service that we do. Even when it comes to identifying genetic predispositions, we do that as well."    

Executives and corporations who are interested in the services of Executive Medicine of Southlake should contact Amber Morgan at 1-800-910-EXEC or visit the website at www.emsouthlake.com.
    
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