Month: February 2022

  • You know your blood pressure affects your heart, but do you know when and why? Many factors contribute to heart disease, but Interventional Cardiologist Terence Connelly, M.D., explains that there’s one thing you can easily target to take charge of your heart health. “Blood pressure is one of the most important risk factors that we [...]
  • February is American Heart Month and cardiovascular health is at the … well … heart of so many health and wellness issues. Millennium Physician Group Family Medicine Physician Nektarious Demetriou, D.O., was interviewed for Tampa’s Daytime about preventing heart disease as well as catching it as early as possible. -------------- FULL TRANSCRIPTION Maggie Rodriguez: February [...]
  • Millennium Physician Group and ShorePoint Health Venice Align to Enhance Care Across Southwest Florida Millennium Physician Group and ShorePoint Health Venice have formed a strategic alliance to further enhance patient care for residents across Southwest Florida. “Millennium has high consumer confidence across Southwest Florida, and we are excited to work together to strengthen care coordination, [...]
  • Silencing a Sound That Causes Stress and Anxiety Ringing in your ears can be more than a temporary nuisance. For some, it’s a permanent affliction that can really affect their overall health. It’s called tinnitus and it affects about 50 million Americans. “Tinnitus sufferers can experience tremendous stress and anxiety as a result of their [...]
  • Those few extra post-holiday pounds could be a sign of a more serious issue than just overindulgence. It could be a symptom of thyroid issues. But the good news is a simple blood test can let you know for sure. Millennium Physician Group Family Medicine Physician Nektarious Demetriou, D.O., was featured on WFLA’s Daytime to [...]
  • An aspirin a day has been said to keep the doctor away by helping to prevent heart attack and stroke, but that advice is changing. “I have a lot of patients coming in who have been taking a baby aspirin for maybe 30 years,” says Millennium Physician Group Family Medicine and Non-Surgical Orthopedics Physician Nicholas [...]
  • Awareness Is the Best Prevention The good news is the overall occurrence of colorectal cancer has dropped each year since the mid-1980s. The not-so-good news is the incidence has been rising among younger adults. In fact, ​​since the 1990s, the American Cancer Society reports the rate of colorectal cancer has more than doubled among adults [...]
  • Where Connection and Innovation Meet Technology is teaming up with medicine to give doctors more time to talk to patients, and this “Office of the Future” is where connection and innovation meet. While technology is advancing by leaps and bounds in the healthcare industry, some say it’s replacing that personal touch. Not so, says Millennium [...]
  • Primary care Specialty care Walk-in centers Radiology centers Lab services Pharmacy services Physical therapy Hospital care Gnanambal Manivel, M.D. Internal Medicine Ehab Michael, M.D. Internal Medicine Pareena Bilkoo, M.D. Interventional Cardiology, Cardiology Y. Emmy Satya, M.D. Cardiology John Jacob, M.D. Family Medicine John Schloff, M.D. Family Medicine Alka Nair, M.D. Internal Medicine Mark Drew Fristschle, [...]