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Nadolne Family Medicine & Preventive Care
1230 Johnson Ferry Place • Suite B-10
Marietta, GA 30068
Office: (770) 509-0017
Fax: (770) 971-7818
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8am-5pm Mon-Thu with a lunch from 12pm-1:15pm.
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Author Archives: Dr. Brian Nadolne
For the past six years I have been helping patients get healthy, not by reacting to disease but by promoting healthy habits. Taking a pro-active, preventive stance against the development of diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, metabolic syndrome, obesity, and so much … Continue reading
Our office has undergone a tremendous shift in the past year, and as we approach 2014, we will continue to see changes. The changes are not just the micro-change of Nadolne Family Medicine and Preventive Care, but the macro-changes of … Continue reading
Nadolne Family Medicine & Preventive Care will be sponsoring our very own Dara Rubey, administrative assistant, in our office. Her team is Rubey’s for Boobies , and we are looking for patients who would like to join us in the … Continue reading
Our office is proud to announce the arrival of Allison Schindler, a Physician Assistant. She will be seeing patients in our office on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. She comes with 15 years of experience in various medical settings, including Family … Continue reading
The Best Kept Secret In Health Care: The House Call By Brian Nadolne, MD, FAAFP No one wants to go to a hospital, much less stay there. Unless it’s absolutely necessary, we would rather stay at home, living independently. And … Continue reading
My great-uncle who lives in West Palm called me a few weeks ago and was having rectal bleeding. He was taken to the hospital, found to have diverticulitis, and felt terrible. Without going into the entire medical history, he felt … Continue reading
Richard Smith, the owner of EZ Med pharmacy has been servicing the assisted living community for decades. Naturally, when I was asked to come on his radio show I jumped at the opportunity. Reaching out to the community to provide … Continue reading
We all know that Vitamin D is important for calcium absorption and bone health. However recent studies have shown that Vitamin D deficiency may lead to heart failure and sudden cardiac death even in patients with no history … Continue reading
It is great to read these stories and see for myself the changes occurring for healthier lives. I had always thought of myself as a pretty healthy soon-to-be 52 year old. I exercise regularly and eat, what I thought, was … Continue reading
In Patients with known coronary artery disease, the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (May 10, 2011) reports that those patients who have central obesity, as measured by waist circumference and waist-hip ratio, are at higher risk for death … Continue reading