Kelsey-Seybold Doctors Made Headlines in August

These Kelsey-Seybold doctors were featured in news articles and interviews.

Aug. 1: Dr. Michelle Udayamurthy, Internal Medicine, Berthelsen Main Campus, spoke to FOX 26 about the proper way to exercise after an illness. She emphasized taking it slow and not overexerting yourself when starting back up.

Aug 2: Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine, Tanglewood Clinic, spoke to FOX 26 about safe and effective ways to remove ear wax and properly clean your ears.

Aug. 17: Dr. Le spoke to FOX 26 regarding the connection between poor quality of sleep and dehydration. She explained how staying hydrated can help better your sleep.

Aug. 3: Dr. George Adesina, Cardiology, Berthelsen Main Campus, Clear Lake Clinic, and Pasadena Clinic, spoke to FOX 26 regarding how American Heart Association adds sleep to their checklist for a healthy heart. He explained the importance sleep plays in your overall health.

Aug. 3: Dr. Suma Manjunath, Pediatrics, Pearland Clinic, spoke to KHOU about the importance of recommended vaccines for kids going back to school. She explained what vaccines are needed per age group.

Aug. 11: Dr. Manjunath spoke to FOX 26 about why parents should schedule a sports physical with the pediatrician before sports start up.

Aug. 12: Dr. Desiree Thomas, Neurology, Berthelsen Main Campus and Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke to FOX 26 regarding different ways to treat and manage migraines.

Aug. 17: Dr. Melanie Ribbeck, Pediatrics, Pearland Clinic, spoke to FOX 26 about the importance of having a back-to-school routine to help kids ease into school life.

Aug. 18: Dr. Balaguru Ravi, Orthopedics and Internal Medicine, Clear Lake Clinic, spoke to FOX 26 regarding common soft-tissue injuries associated with youth sports and gave treatment options and prevention tips.

Aug. 19: Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine, Pearland Clinic, spoke to KPRC regarding how to safely return to a workout routine after an illness.

Aug. 30: Dr. Jessica Lanerie, Pediatrics, Sienna Clinic, spoke to KPRC about the occurrence of monkeypox in Fort Bend high school and steps to prevent the spread of the infectious disease to other students.

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