• Dr. Vineyard

Ready for summer

Thank you for visiting my website! I hope you are enjoying your summer. It can get pretty hot, so take time to cool down at the beach, the pool, or somewhere cool indoors. Drink lots of water to stay hydrated. Wear a coral reef-safe sunscreen. Eat lots of fruit and veggies, especially melons and salads, as they are hydrating and they don't heat up the kitchen. Exercise early in the day, when possible, or after sunset, with the appropriate safety gear (be sure to be visible at night!). Take a tepid shower before bed to help your body cool down and get ready for sleep. And be sure to keep an eye on neighbors and loved ones who may need help getting or staying cool and safe, including our furry friends.

If you are looking for someone to help you get healthy, or stay healthy, or for someone who can manage complex medical conditions, look no further. I am here in Ventura, ready to help you. If you've looked through the website and you are still not sure what Direct Primary Care is, call me and we can set up a meet-and-greet. This is not a meeting to answer medical/health questions, but for you to ask questions about me, about the practice, and to just meet me and get to know me a little better. And for me to get to know you.

You are also invited to my Open House & Ribbon Cutting on Thursday, August 2nd, at 4pm. Hope to see you here.

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