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Family Medicine

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Chronic Disease Management

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Medical Aesthetics

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Medical Weight Loss

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Annual Physicals

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Concierge Medicine

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Botox

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Preventive Medicine

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Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

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Family Medicine Q&A

What is family medicine?

Doctors specializing in family medicine are qualified to diagnose and treat most health problems for people of all ages while also considering the impact of health on the patient’s entire family.

Your family medicine doctor at Village Family Medicine PC cares for everyone regardless of their age or health issues, developing long-term relationships that improve the quality of health care for each patient. Other health specializations are limited to a specific organ, disease, or age group.

Family medicine providers receive extensive education beyond medical school, including training in pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, surgery, psychiatry, neurology, and community medicine.

Chronic Disease Management Q&A

What is chronic disease management?

Chronic disease management provides health care for any medical condition lasting longer than a year. Chronic disease affects people from birth to senior citizens, may lead to disability, and can affect your overall quality of life.

Examples of chronic diseases include:

✔ Alzheimer’s disease
✔ Asthma
✔ Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
✔ Cancer
✔ Diabetes
✔ Heart disease
✔ Kidney disease

Genetics may contribute to the development of certain chronic diseases while lifestyle factors lead to some chronic conditions in adults. Making lifestyle changes may also improve certain chronic diseases. Village Family Medicine PC takes a conservative and holistic approach to manage chronic illness as part of supporting your overall health and well-being.

Botox Q&A

What benefits does Botox offer?

Many medical treatments use Botox, but its most popular use is for cosmetic purposes. Botox and other neuromodulator injections like Dysport and Xeomin reduce wrinkles and lines on the face, forehead, and neck to create a younger-looking appearance.

Botox eliminates or reduces the appearance of crow’s feet, the little lines around your eyes, forehead lines, and frown lines.

Beyond the aesthetic use, doctors may recommend Botox to reduce or improve migraines or for urinary incontinence treatment.

Medical Weight Loss Q&A

What is medical weight loss?

Medical weight loss is a program you participate in under the supervision of a health care professional. The doctor creates a customized and realistic plan to promote weight loss and help you reach your goal.

Medical weight loss consists of an initial consultation and exam, discussion of lifestyle changes, and weight loss medications.

Annual Physicals Q&A

Why do I need annual physicals?

Annual physicals help your doctor evaluate your health over time. Since many medical issues occur without obvious symptoms, like high cholesterol or high blood pressure, getting routine physical exams serves as a baseline to identify minor issues before they become severe.

Medical Aesthetics Q&A

What is medical aesthetics?

Aesthetic medicine is a health care specialty focused on improving appearances by treating wrinkles, unwanted hair, scars, spider veins, or cellulite. Aesthetic medicine involves non-surgical, minimally invasive procedures to reduce the signs of aging on almost any part of the body.

Concierge Medicine Q&A

What is concierge medicine?

Concierge medicine, also known as membership medicine, is a close patient relationship with a doctor where you pay a quarterly, semi-annual, or yearly membership fee instead of paying for each visit separately. Dr. Strickler offers this service in exchange for highly attentive, personalized care and around-the-clock access to him when you need it the most.

Preventive Medicine Q&A

What is preventive medicine?

Preventive medicine aims to protect and maintain overall health and well-being by preventing disease, disability, and premature death. Preventive medicine is the focus of every appointment at Village Family Medicine PC.

You’ll spend more time with your doctor at Village Family Medicine PC than the traditional primary care practice due to the concierge medicine model, which allows your doctor to get an unrushed complete picture of your medical history.

As your first point of contact for all medical needs, the team at Village Family Medicine PC gets to know you and your family and can offer personalized health advice and guidance for your lifestyle.

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Q&A

What is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

BHRT can be used to boost low hormone levels. It’s most frequently used to ease symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. It may also be used to improve symptoms of cancer treatment or to treat conditions such as insulin resistance, adrenal and thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, and fibromyalgia.

“I am so happy to have Dr. Strickler as my physician. He is kind and compassionate. He quickly diagnoses my health issues and finds a remedy.”

SELF-VERIFIED PATIENT

“Dr. Strickler saved my life, so I guess I’m a bit predjudiced. With no apparent reason other than his ears and a stethascope, he ordered an EKG.”

SELF-VERIFIED PATIENT

“Dr. Strickler has been my physician for about 11 years. He has helped me through many medical problems by quickly and accurately diagnosing the problems.”

SELF-VERIFIED PATIENT

“I’ve been seeing Dr Strickler now for over 3 years. He is very professional and everyone in the office is friendly. ”

SELF-VERIFIED PATIENT

Location

Village Family Medicine PC
308 B Lake Street
Roscommon, MI 48653

Phone: 989-342-3012

Office Hours

Monday : 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Tuesday : 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wednesday : 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Thursday : 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Friday : 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday : Closed
Sunday : Closed

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