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Dr. Z makes Rhode Island Monthly’s “Top Doc” list—again!

Dr. Z makes Rhode Island Monthly’s “Top Doc” list—again!

June 9, 2021

AAPRI is excited to announce that John Zwetchkenbaum, MD, aka Dr. Z, has been named a “Top Doc” by Rhode Island Monthly magazine for the third year in a row! The annual list, which came out in April, includes 235 physicians who practice in Rhode Island across 53 specialties. Dr. Z was one of just four chosen by his peers in the Allergy/Immunology category, and we’re extremely proud of him.

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What’s the connection between hormones and allergies

What’s the connection between hormones and allergies?

May 11, 2021

It’s not uncommon to start experiencing seasonal allergies around age 40—and hormones are often a major culprit. What’s the connection between hormones and allergies? In a recent webinar, Dr. Z talked about hormonal imbalance and how it can manifest in the body as allergies, hives, autoimmune diseases, and more. Here we explore some of the causes of hormonal disruption and how functional medicine can help.

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Whether it’s the ongoing pandemic, what’s on the news, or just day-to-day life, there’s a lot to be stressed about—and it could be making your allergies worse.

Is stress making your allergies worse?

April 27, 2021

Spring has sprung, and with it comes allergy season. In Rhode Island this year, it’s predicted to be fairly warm and dry, which means more pollen in the air—and most likely worse symptoms for asthma and allergy sufferers. Here’s a quick guide to what to expect and how you can do more than just suffer through this year’s allergy season.

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Spring has sprung, and with it comes allergy season. In Rhode Island this year, it’s predicted to be fairly warm and dry, which means more pollen in the air—and most likely worse symptoms for asthma and allergy sufferers. Here’s a quick guide to what to expect and how you can do more than just suffer through this year’s allergy season.

Spring allergies getting you down?

April 13, 2021

Spring has sprung, and with it comes allergy season. In Rhode Island this year, it’s predicted to be fairly warm and dry, which means more pollen in the air—and most likely worse symptoms for asthma and allergy sufferers. Here’s a quick guide to what to expect and how you can do more than just suffer through this year’s allergy season.

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Introducing NeuFit: A highly effective therapy only at AAPRI

March 30, 2021

Do you have chronic pain, soreness, or tightness? AAPRI is excited to be the first and only provider in Rhode Island to offer NeuFit, a therapeutic system that quickly and effectively gets rid of pain and improves fitness and well-being. NeuFit works by using electrical stimulation to retrain your neuromuscular system and return it to proper functioning.

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AAPRI Staff Spotlight – Meet Briana Lackman, PA-C

AAPRI Staff Spotlight – Meet Briana Lackman, PA-C

March 16, 2021

We’re proud of our team of dedicated healthcare professionals at AAPRI. In this staff spotlight, we’re talking to Briana Lackman, a Physician Assistant who enjoys finding holistic solutions to patient health issues. A Penn State and Johnson & Wales graduate, Briana relishes reviewing the latest research and treatment options and believes in always going “above and beyond” to provide a high standard of care.

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