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LASIK Laser Eye Surgery – PRK and LASIK Today – LASIK Postoperative Tips #lasik,

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LASIKLASER EYE SURGERY

  • As soon as the anaesthetic wears off your eyes will be sore, watery, and light sensitive. This phase of the healing lasts for 6 to 8 hours until the surface layer at the edge of the flap heals.

During this time it is recommended that you take your eye drops and if possible, sleep wearing your shields.

  • The next day your eyes will still be blurry and light sensitive. It is typical to be able to return to most of your normal activities from 3 – 7 days.
    • You may experience a fluctuation in your vision from morning to evening, and you can also expect to see halos around lights at night. This is caused by normal postoperative swelling (edema). This is a normal part of the healing process and may take several weeks to resolve.
  • Some patients note that even though they see 20/20, it may not be as sharp or well defined as before. This is caused by a small loss of contrast and is regarded as a minor tradeoff for acceptable vision without glasses.
  • LASIK Postoperative Tips

    Things you should do

    Things you should avoid

    • Wear the eye shields at night for the first 4 nights. This is to prevent you from rubbing your eyes while you sleep.
  • Rest and relax for 24 – 48 hours immediately following the procedure.

  • A cold cloth gently placed across the eyelids for the first 24 – 48 hours will help greatly with comfort.

  • Prepare to take 3 – 7 days off
    from work.

  • Tylenol and Aspirin may be used for discomfort.

  • Eye drops and antibiotic drops as prescribed by your surgeon.
    • Do not rub your eyes.

  • Avoid getting soap or shampoo near eyes.

  • Avoid dusty and/or smoky environments for 1 week.

  • Avoid pools, hot tubs, saunas and water sport activities for 1 week.

  • Refrain from activities that could result in a direct blow to the eye for several months.

  • Refrain from driving for the first 3 – 7 days until you have achieved 20/40* vision correction.

  • Eye make-up must NOT be worn for 1 week postoperatively.

  • Watching TV, reading and computer use will strain your eyes. These activities should be done in moderation for the first few days following the surgery.
  • * This is the legal requirement in most jurisdictions to operate a vehicle without corrective lenses.

    LASIK Postoperative Medication

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    Permit Processing Frequently Asked Questions – Baltimore County #baltimore #county, #maryland, #md., #md, #government,

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    Permit Processing

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q. Do I need a building permit to add an additional bathroom? How can I obtain a building permit?

    A. If it is a commercial building, yes; if it is a residence, no. However, plumbing and electrical permits are always required. The licensed plumber and electrician may apply for their respective permit before the work is initiated. The property owner or designee may apply for the required building permit in person by coming to:

    County Office Building
    111 West Chesapeake Avenue, Room 100
    Towson, Maryland 21204

    For additional information and permit fees, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Q. Is a building permit required for a small storage shed in my back yard?

    A. If the structure exceeds 120 square feet, a building permit is required.
    If it is 120 square feet or less, a permit is not required unless:

    • It will be used for livestock or human occupancy
    • It is located in a designated “Chesapeake Bay Critical Area”
    • It is located in a 100-year floodplain
    • It is located in a “Baltimore County Historic District”

    The accessory structure (storage shed) must be in the rear yard, unless a zoning variance is obtained.

    If the structure is over 120 square feet, but less than 1,000 square feet, four plot plans are required with the application.

    If the structure is over 1,000 square feet, five plot plans and two construction plans are required with the application.

    Even if the structure is less than 120 square feet and requires no building permit, it must still meet zoning and environmental protection requirements.

    For additional information, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Q. Do I need a building permit to replace my windows and doors?

    A. Unless the property is in or part of a historical district, doors may be replaced without a building permit, provided there is no structural work, and the location or size of the door or window does not change. For additional information, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Q. How long does it take to get a building permit after the application is filed?

    A. The processing time required before approval and issuance varies for different types of construction projects. Some permits for small projects may be issued the same day. Larger and more detailed construction projects will require review of construction plans and other related issues by one or more different county agencies. For additional information, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Q. How long is my permit valid and can it be extended?

    A. Permits are valid for one year with an option to be extended for one additional year at the time the application is filed. If the permit has expired, you will need to file for a new permit. If your permit has not expired or just recently expired, you may request an extension by contacting Building Inspections at 410-887-3953.

    Q. How can I schedule an inspection or check on a permit?

    A. Use Inspection Connection to schedule, reschedule, or cancel building, plumbing, or electrical inspections, available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Call Permit Processing at 410-887-3900 to check on the status of your permit.

    Q. Do I need a building permit for a small addition to a house?

    A. Yes, any additions to the house require a permit. For additional information, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Q. When do I need a permit for alterations to a house?

    A. A building permit is required for structural work or when a new bedroom or kitchen are created. Permits are not required for siding or roof repair. However, if your house is in or part of a Baltimore County Historical District or is on Baltimore County’s Landmarks List, a building permit is required for any work on the exterior or any work that affects the exterior appearance, including repair or removal of any part of the house, fence or accessory structure. All electrical or plumbing work requires a permit and must be obtained by a licensed electrician and plumber.

    A. If you are screening in an existing covered porch or covered deck, a permit is not required, with the exception of historical areas. If you are making a weatherproof enclosure of an existing porch or deck, a permit is required. Enclosing a porch or deck is considered an addition because it extends the “indoor” area of the house and is subject to the same setback limitations as the house itself. For additional information and permit fees, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Q. Do I need a permit to put a fence on my property?

    A. All fences over 42 inches high require a permit. Fences 42 inches or less in height do not require a permit unless located in a proposed or designated Baltimore County Historic District or on the Baltimore County Landmarks List.

    Q. When is it necessary to have a grading permit?

    A. If the proposed grading disturbs over 5,000 square feet of surface area or over 100 cubic yards of fill material is utilized, a permit is required. For additional information and permit fees, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Q. How do I arrange for a percolation test?

    A. First, a percolation application must be filled out and submitted to Permits, Approvals and Inspections along with a $60 fee and four copies of a map (scaled 1:100) of the property showing property lines, topography and nearby streams. Once the application has been reviewed and approved by the Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability (EPS), the property owner needs to hire the services of a backhoe operator who will then schedule an appointment to perform the tests with a EPS sanitarian. You may review and\or print the percolation checklist (PDF) online. For additional information and permit fees, contact Permit Processing at 410-887-3900, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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    Home – LLUMC Preventive Medicine Residency Program #md #mph #program


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    LLUMC Preventive Medicine Residency Program

    Welcome to the Loma Linda University Preventive Medicine Residency Program! At Loma Linda University (LLU). we aim to prepare well trained preventive medicine physicians to address the health of individuals and populations. We offer innovative training in clinical preventive medicine and public health, with strengths in the areas of lifestyle medicine, global health, and whole-person care. LLU provides several types of training opportunities in preventive medicine, including categorical and combination programs.

    The Preventive Medicine Residency at Loma Linda University is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and fulfills the requirements for the certifying examination of the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Loma Linda University is oriented toward clinical preventive medicine and has been a leader in this area for many years. The training incorporates a wide variety of experiences in several affiliated institutions including: the LLU Medical Center. the local County Public Health Department. a VA Medical Center. a not-for-profit HMO, a for-profit HMO, a Center for Health Promotion. and a Federally Qualified Health Center (SACHS). LLU offers a competitive resident salary with excellent benefits. All residents earn a free Masters in Public Health from the Loma Linda University School of Public Health.

    Thank you for your interest in our program. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Categorical Preventive Medicine

    PGY-1 Positions
    Each year we offer two PGY-1 year categorical positions in the Transitional Year (Preventive Medicine Track) through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Residents selected for this PGY-1 year will subsequently complete two years (PGY-2 3) of General Preventive Medicine Public Health training upon successful completion of the PGY-1 year.

    PGY-2 Positions
    We offer two additional PGY-2 positions each year in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health, for applicants who have already completed a suitable internship or prior residency in another specialty. These residents receive two years (PGY-2 3) of training in Preventive Medicine.

    Combination Programs in Preventive Medicine

    PGY-1 Positions
    We off four PGY-1 positions each year for the Family Medicine Preventive Medicine program. which leads to board eligibility in both specialties.

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    Attorney I Salaries by education, experience, location and more #plumbers #gaithersburg #md, #attorney #i

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    Attorney I Salaries

    Alternate Job Titles: Entry Level Attorney, Attorney I, Lawyer I

    • What is the average annual salary for Attorney I?

        How much does a Attorney I make? The median annual Attorney I salary is $89,788. as of May 30, 2017, with a range usually between $77,993 – $103,131. however this can vary widely depending on a variety of factors. Our team of Certified Compensation Professionals has analyzed survey data collected from thousands of HR departments at companies of all sizes and industries to present this range of annual salaries for people with the job title Attorney I in the United States.

        This chart describes the expected percentage of people who perform the job of Attorney I in the United States that make less than that annual salary. For example the median expected annual pay for a typical Attorney I in the United States is $89,788, so 50% of the people who perform the job of Attorney I in the United States are expected to make less than $89,788.

        Source: HR Reported data as of May 30, 2017

        • About this chart

            This chart describes the expected percentage of people who perform the job of Attorney I that make less than that salary. For example 50% of the people who perform the job of Attorney I are expected to make less than the median.
            Source: HR Reported data as of June 2017

            Prepares and examines contracts involving leases, licenses, purchases, sales, insurance, etc. Provides legal advice to an organization, prepares resolutions and forms, and participates in major legal actions. Responsible for foreseeing and protecting company against legal risks. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school with 0-3 years of experience. Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Works under general supervision. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. View full job description


        Medical Doctor-Business Administration #medical #doctor-business #administration #md-mba, #md/mba, #medical #mba #program, #md #business #administration

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        Medical Doctor-Business Administration (MD/MBA)

        Program Availability

        If you are pursuing a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree at Creighton, you can pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree also, through a unique dual degree program offered by the School of Medicine and the Heider College of Business.

        This combined degree program pairs the traditional medical curriculum with the study of business. Most students complete their MBA during a sabbatical from medical school, between the M2 and M3 years. Completing this degree program can provide you with additional career opportunities as an administrator or executive in a healthcare-related field. As a physician in large and small practice, this program can help you perform business-related functions more effectively and with a deeper level of understanding.

        One hallmark of the combined MD/MBA program is flexibility. As long as you take at least 15 credits during the sabbatical year between M2 and M3, you can complete the remaining 14 hours for the MBA degree in a number of ways. This flexibility will provide you with an opportunity to work at jobs or internships, conduct research or engage in other valuable activities to enhance your academic work with practical experience.

        Outcomes

        According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of physicians and surgeons is projected to grow 18% in the next 8 years – faster than the average for all occupations – as healthcare-related industries continue to expand.

        Many physicians will work in private offices or clinics, often with administrative and healthcare personnel. A working knowledge of business principles and practices can enhance their overall effectiveness in a changing healthcare environment.

        • How to apply sound and ethical business principles to the delivery of healthcare services
        • Critical thinking skills
        • Communication skills
        • Decision-making skills

        MBA Plan of Study
        If you pursue the MD/MBA program, the Graduate Business Programs office will map out a program of study for you that reflects your academic and work background, business competencies and overall career goals.

        Your plan of study will consist of courses from the functional core and/or from an extensive list of concentration courses. The choice of courses will depend upon whether your academic background was in business or in another area or discipline.

        Functional Core
        Unless you already have an extensive academic background or work experience in business, you will take 15 credits of functional core courses. Taking these classes and the core MBA courses will lead to general competency in most areas of business.

        If you hold an undergraduate business degree or have extensive business experience, you may elect to take one or more of these courses with the approval of the associate dean for Graduate Business Programs or may elect to move directly to concentration courses.

        • MBA 701 Financial Reporting for MBAs
        • MBA 711 Managerial Finance
        • MBA 741 Economic Analysis for Managers
        • MBA 761 Marketing Management
        • BIA 731 Information Systems Management

        Concentration. 8–23 credit hours

        All MD/MBA students will complete the balance of their 29 hours from concentration courses available in all of the functional areas. These business courses cover advanced topics in all areas of business including:

        • Accounting
        • Finance
        • Economics
        • Information technology
        • Marketing
        • Management

        To ensure appropriate breadth and depth:

        • You must take 1 course in each of 3 of 5 functional areas (accounting, finance, economics, information technology and marketing);
        • You may take a maximum of 3 courses beyond MBA 771 in the management/leadership area; and
        • You may take a maximum of 4 courses in a given functional area.

        Concentration Courses
        Concentration courses are advanced courses in each functional area of business. These courses may be taken by students with undergraduate degrees in business or students who have completed the functional core courses and would like additional courses in an area. They include, but are not limited to:

        • MBA 702 Managerial Decision Making Using Quantitative and Qualitative Data
        • MBA 712 Advanced Managerial Finance
        • MBA 742 Seminar in Applied Managerial Economics
        • MBA 765 Marketing Information for Executives
        • BIA 736 Managing Information Resources
        • BIA 788 Business Information Analysis and Process Design

        Focus Areas
        Depending on the number of credit hours to be filled by concentration courses, you may wish to delve deeper into a business function by taking multiple concentration courses in a single area. For example, a student wishing to focus on the study of investments may take courses from our Master of Security Analysis and Portfolio Management curriculum and our finance curriculum such as:

        MBA 715 Investment Value and Theory
        MBA 719 Current Issues in Finance
        MBA 719 Institutional Investing
        MSA 722 Fixed Income and Derivatives I
        MSA 730 Financial Statement Analysis I
        MSA 732 Capital Markets
        MSA 734 Equity Analysis

        • The student interested in information technology management could take courses from the Master of Science in Information Technology Management curriculum such as:
        • BIA 734 Human Factors in Information Systems
        • BIA 736 Managing Information Resources
        • BIA 782 Data Base Management Systems
        • BIA 788 Business Process Management
        • BIA 789 Advanced Topics in IT Management

        Students with a strong interest in accounting may take advanced accounting courses such as:

        • MBA 717 Corporate Governance
        • MBA 717 Current Issues in Accounting
        • MBA 739 Tax Theory and Business Decisions

        Students who wish to focus on the study of leadership may take advanced leadership electives such as:

        • MBA 779 Personal Leadership Development
        • MBA 779 Business Consulting
        • MBA 779 Managing for Innovation and Excellence
        • MBA 779 Leadership Through the Hollywood Lens

        Students interested in bioscience entrepreneurship might consider taking:

        • MBA 579 Technology Commercialization
        • MBA 579 Bioscience Entrepreneurship

        Eligibility
        Students entering the MBA curriculum must provide evidence that they have completed IDC 135 (Ethical and Legal Topics in Clinical Medicine; 3 credits) and IDC 138 (Evidence Based Medicine; 1 credit). The traditional MBA application must be completed, including an application form, personal statement, 2 letters of recommendation and transcripts (copies from School of Medicine files are adequate). Prior admission to medical school and the MCAT score implied by that admission is accepted in lieu of a GMAT score submission for this program.

        33 total credits; 4 transferred from IDC 135 and 138; 29 additional business credit hours

        All MD/MBA students will complete 2 core courses (6 credits) that address business processes and skills. MBA 771 should be taken early in the student’s program of study; MBA 775 is a capstone business course and thus, should be taken near the end.

        • MBA 771 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
        • MBA 775 Business Policy and Managerial Action

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        Knee Arthroscopic Surgery #orthopedic #surgery, #sports #medicine, #dr #david #j #chao #md, #board-certified #orthopaedic

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        ACL Reconstruction

        A tear in the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most common knee injuries. An injury to this ligament causes the knee to become unstable and the joint to slide forward too much. ACL tears occur most often in athletes.

        ACL reconstruction is usually not performed until several weeks after the injury, when swelling and inflammation have been reduced. The torn ligament is completely removed and replaced with a new ACL. Simply reconnecting the torn ends will not repair the ACL. Part of another ligament, usually in the knee or hamstring is used to create a graft for the new ACL. Choosing the proper type of graft depends on each patient’s individual condition.

        Arthroscopic Surgery

        Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that allows doctors to examine tissues inside the knee. It is often performed to confirm a diagnosis made after a physical examination and other imaging tests such as MRI, CT or X-rays.

        For some patients, it is then possible to treat the problem using a few additional instruments inserted through small incisions around the joint, including those with meniscal tears, mild arthritis, loose bone or cartilage, ACL and PCL tears, synovitis (swelling of the joint lining) and patellar (knee cap) misalignment.

        Because it is minimally invasive, arthroscopy offers many benefits to the patient over traditional surgery. These include:

        • No cutting of muscles or tendons
        • Less bleeding during surgery
        • Less scarring
        • Smaller incisions
        • Faster recovery and return to regular activities
        • Faster and more comfortable rehabilitation

        Arthroscopy is not appropriate for every patient. Your doctor will discuss the options that are best for you.

        Cartilage Repair/ Re-growth

        Cartilage is the smooth coating on the end of the bones that provides cushioning and support for comfortable, fluid movement. Cartilage damage occurs as a result of injury or degeneration and can lead to severe pain and arthritis. The cartilage eventually wears away and leaves the bone unprotected. Fortunately, there are now several techniques used to repair damaged cartilage and restore normal movement.

        Cartilage repair is a relatively new field and long-term results are still not proven. These procedures aim to restore movement with the best possible tissue and to prevent further cartilage damage. Two common procedures used in cartilage repair include autologous chondrocyte implantation and osteochondral autograft transplant (OATS).

        Meniscus Repair/ Meniscal Transplants

        The menisci are C-shaped pieces of tough cartilage that rest on either side of the knee, which help to distribute body weight across the knee. A meniscus tear is common after a traumatic injury, and most frequently occurs when the knee joint is bent and the knee is then twisted.

        A torn meniscus causes pain and swelling, and may also be accompanied by a frequently locking joint and the inability to completely straighten the knee. Some people experience a popping or clicking sensation within the knee as well.

        Treatment for a meniscus tear often begins with conservative methods such as rest, ice or over-the-counter medication. If these treatments are not effective and symptoms continue, you may benefit from meniscus repair surgery. Meniscus repair is an arthroscopic procedure in which the torn segment of the meniscus is removed and the torn edges are sutured together, which allows them to heal properly.

        Partial and Complete Knee Replacement

        Arthritis and certain knee injuries and diseases can damage the cartilage that normally cushions the knee joint, leading to pain and stiffness. A knee replacement may be recommended when more conservative treatments — such as anti-inflammatory medications and cortisone injections — fail to relieve pain or improve movement.

        During a total knee replacement, the entire joint is replaced with an artificial prosthesis. The surgery itself lasts between one-and-a-half and three hours. After the procedure, patients usually experience immediate relief from joint pain. Knee replacements today last about 20 years in 85-90% of patients.

        Partial knee replacement may be possible for patients with damage to one part of the joint. In a partial knee replacement, only the diseased parts of the knee are removed and replaced; the healthy portions are left untouched. Successful partial knee replacements can delay or eliminate the need for a total knee replacement. They also allow a greater range of movement than standard (non-high-flex) total knee replacements.

        Patella Femoral (Knee Cap) Disorders

        The knee cap (patella) connects the muscles in the thigh to the shinbone. In a healthy knee, the patella rests in a groove in the thighbone and slides up and down as you bend and straighten your leg. The knee cap may be injured as a result of a fall, sports injury, motor vehicle accident, overuse, or several other factors. Patients with knee cap disorders may experience pain, stiffness, swelling and instability within the knee.

        Treatment for knee cap disorders varies depending on the type and severity of the injury, but may include realigning the joint, removing damaged bone ends, and other kinds of surgical repair. The goal of treatment is to stabilize the knee and restore strength and function, while relieving pain and other symptoms. Your doctor will determine which treatment is best for you.

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        Jh Peterson Plumbing, Montgomery Village, MD 20886 #jh #peterson #plumbing, #7703 #heritage #farm #dr,

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        About Jh Peterson Plumbing

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        Siegel – Bosworth ENT – Leading experts in treating nasal and sinus disease Home

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        Our mission is to provide thorough, thoughtful, and compassionate treatment of conditions involving the ear, nose, and throat. We will determine why you are not feeling your best, will use state-of-the-art methods to get you better, and will empower you with the knowledge of how to prevent the problem from happening again.

        As healthcare providers, our mission is to deliver the best care, employing latest treatment and surgical interventions. Specializing in conditions involving ear, nose and throat, we diagnose, treat and inform our patients about their health conditions.

        We mainly deal with following conditions:

        Examination of symptoms using latest technologies

        Nearly 30 million Americans have impaired hearing. The most common cause of hearing loss in children is otitis media. For the elderly-the largest group affected-heredity is the most frequent contributing factor. Schedule An Appointment

        Evaluation and surgical treatment of certain nasal conditions

        Nasal congestion is very distracting and uncomfortable. Our treatment methods are designed to be as comfortable as possible and do not require nasal packing. Most of our advanced procedures are so minor, they can be performed right in our office. Schedule An Appointment

        Resume your active and healthy lifestyle

        Our physicians specialize in diagnosing and treating recurring sinusitis and facial pressure. When necessary, we use precise procedures, such as image-guided surgery, to maximize results and minimize discomfort. Schedule An Appointment

        You may be experiencing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

        Sleep apnea usually is a chronic (ongoing) condition that disrupts your sleep. When your breathing pauses or becomes shallow, you transition from deep sleep to a lighter stage of sleep which results in poor sleep quality Schedule An Appointment

        Patients often develop tinnitus as a symptom of temporary hearing loss. Use of hearing aid for tinnitus may help relieve the conditions.

        Consult our team of ENT specialists for treatment and medical advice!

        Meet Our Doctors

        Michael B. Siegel, M.D. FACS
        My lifelong dedication to the medical profession, my years of academic study and my years of practice have provided me with the necessary tools to deliver top-quality care to my patients.

        John M. Bosworth, Jr. M.D. FACS
        I m always learning. That s something I really enjoy about being a doctor. It s exciting to learn about new techniques, bring them to patients and see the difference these advances make for people. It s why I became a doctor.

        Martin Sorensen, M.D.
        My love of medicine and the joy I experience, operating on and treating patients, keeps me focused on providing the best care I can for my patients and their families.

        Marci Smith, M.A. CCC-A
        Marci Smith is an attentive, detail-oriented Audiologist treating patients in Rockville, Maryland. She has more than 18 years of experience and strives to ensure that each of her patients is satisfied with their hearing solutions.

        New Pillar Palatal Implant procedure for snoring
        A simple option to treat snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. Snoring. There s nothing good about it. Chronic snoring disrupts sleep patterns Read Full Blog Post

        Balloon Sinuplasty
        In 2006, Drs. Siegel and Bosworth along with several physicians from Johns Hopkins University were the first physicians on the East Coast to perform balloon sinuplasty. This procedure is similar to balloon angioplasty where the heart arteries Read Full Blog Post

        Balloon Catheter Sinusotomy: One-year follow-up
        The preservation of normal structures, restoration of sinus ventilation, and physiologic mucous drainage are central, time-tested principles used in treating patients with sinusitis as reported by the leaders of the development of endoscopic sinus surgery, including Drs. Nauman, Messerklinger, Stammberger, and Kennedy over the last 40 years. During this time Read Full Blog Post

        Balloon Catheter Sinusotomy: Two-year follow-up
        An evaluation to confirm the safety and efficacy of balloon sinuplasty in the paranasal sinuses was performed. This study of 115 patients investigates paranasal balloon catheter devices that represent a recently developed suite of small, flexible tools that enable surgeons to endoscopically create an opening in a patient s blocked Read Full Blog Post



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        At Siegel Bosworth ENT Center, you ll find a staff of Maryland s most experienced specialists in ear, nose and throat medicine and surgery (otolaryngology) right here in Montgomery County.


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        Atlantic Handyman Service LLC #locksmith #in #gaithersburg #md


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        Donate a car or other vehicle in Columbia, MD, the city that’s known for consisting of ten self-contained villages, to the charity of your choice and receive a tax receipt for your contribution. In addition to car donations in the city nicknamed “The Next America”, we also accept trucks, vans, SUVs, motorhomes, RVs, hybrids, trailers, boats on trailers, construction equipment, motorcycles, off road vehicles, and personal watercraft vessels! Car donation to charity in the Columbia area can and does make a huge difference in the lives of others. Start your Columbia car donation today online or over the phone (877-957-2277) and we’ll help maximize your charitable contribution, earning your charity more money and you a bigger tax deduction.

        How do I release the liability of my donated vehicle in Columbia, MD?

        • The state of Maryland DOES require a Certificate of Title in order to transfer ownership of your vehicle.
        • In order to complete your Maryland car donation, transfer your title by entering the name of our authorized agent, ADVANCED REMARKETING SERVICES in the buyer/purchaser field. Please PRINT and SIGN your name in the seller/owner field EXACTLY as it appears at the top of the title.

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        For detailed instructions on how to properly fill out your title click on one of the pictures below to see an example title

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