We now have several exciting research options for those patients of ours with fatty liver disease. Please call our office for an appointment or send us a website message and an appointment can be made for you.
Dr. Joe Galati There is so much information available on the new hepatitis C drugs, that at times, it can be overwhelming for the patient. It's amazing to think that we now have a cure rate of over 95% for the majority of patients who have hepatitis C. Yet despite the use of these amazing new drugs that have been FDA approved, many patients and they are family members still don't fully understand what needs to be done, and how to go about getting access to these new therapies. Even the most seasoned patient find navigating the system difficult. For those with hepatitis C, whether you have been treated, or new to antiviral therapy, below all are a few tips to follow; If you have hepatitis C, you want to make sure you have all of the necessary medical records …
These complications are all serious, and require close attention. For more information, please see the following links. Cirrhosis Liver Cancer Liver Failure Hepatic Encephalopathy Liver Transplant and MELD Score Liver Transplantation
Fatty liver disease is a growing public health concern we all have. If left untreated, fatty liver disease, also called NASH, can lead to cirrhosis and liver failure. Dr. Galati outlines the key facts that you need to know about this very serious health problem.
Every January, Dr. Joe Galati put together a series of wellness articles airmed at the general consumer, to give them ideas on how to think about their health differently. Below is the series - as of today, all on one page, to review and share with your friends and family. Starting the Year off RightBest Exercise App for Yor Phone Wellness and Gut Bacteria 7-Minutes to Fit: Great Little Exercise Book Don't Eat Packaged Food! Food Labels-BEWARE Reducing the Pill Count: Too Many Meds to Take Cancer Death Rate Down-Video Blog Sipping Ourselves to Death Avocado-Eat More
Hepatic encephalopathy is a complication of advanced liver disease related to cirrhosis. It occures in all causes of cirrhosis, and is related to a build-up of toxins in the nervous system. A recent blog entry by Dr. Joe Galati outlines the top five symptoms that are seen. Read the blog entry here. AASLD Guidelines on Hepatic Encephalopathy for a more detailed review.
Dr. Rashid Khan just posted the top five reasons to be concerned with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. A growing public health concern, fatty liver continues to cause a wide range of medical complication that need to be taken seriously. If you have fatty liver, you need further evaluation. Read his blog entry here.
Save the date! Dr. Galati's first Town Hall Meeting, which is being called the "Wake-Up Call, will take place at Houston's Health Museum, on Thursday, November 5, 2015, starting at 6:00 p.m. Sponsored by Your Health First Education, the mission of this event is to provide the lay public with the tools necessary to engage themselves, and those closest to them, in a discussion of health and wellness. So many complications of various diseases could be prevented, or diagnosed earlier, reducing complications, and far better outcomes. This "wake-up call" is to tell everyone that being a bit more aware of their body, and better understanding of how it works, will lead to far improved health and happiness. Information about the event: Location: Houston Health Museum Address: 1515 Hermann Drive, Houston, Texas 77004 Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Free parking, …
A common question Dr. Joe Galati is asked regarding transplant is what the upper age limit is to be considered for transplant? Dr. Galati expains further in this video.