Here is why you should schedule a free half hour consultation with Dr. Marc Rabinowitz for an award-winning Bucks County, PA Concierge Medicine practice.
When was the last time healthcare was focused on prolonging a healthy, happy life? It's time to put prevention first.
Complete with a two-hour comprehensive physical exam assessing your physical fitness levels, nutrition, sleep styles, family history, and mental health.
Ensuring patients are always seen within 24 hours & providing house calls when medically necessary. You will even be provided with your doctor's personal mobile number.
In every field possible from the most prestigious health care systems in the region.
Focusing on proper eating, exercise and emotional well being. Complimentary private events/seminars for patients.
"By taking a proactive role in your health, you can potentially avoid a major health crisis, actually save money in prescription costs and doctor co-pays, not to mention insurance premiums."
- Marc S. Rabinowitz M.D. -
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Welcome to Prevention First Healthcare! Watch this video to learn about our medical practice located in Southampton, PA. Dr. Marc Rabinowitz and his staff make sure that you are provided more than a traditional medical practice. Your health and wellness is our priority.
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz was quoted in this recent Reader’s Digest Article about 14 Body Odors you should never ignore. by Lisa Marie Conklin. We’ve outlined parts of the article below. To read it in it’s entirety, go to Readersdigest.com. Body odor, from head to toes, can alert doctors to potential health issues—even cancer. Find out […]
Stay healthy throughout your life by remaining physically fit. Talk to your doctor about an exercise plan that fits into your lifestyle. Have a goal to run a 10K or 5K race? Or just want to tone your muscles? Contact Dr. Marc Rabinowitz for exercise ideas at any age.
Are you over 70 years old and taking aspirin to prevent stroke or heart attack? The latest studies from the New England Journal of Medicine provides new information to discuss with your doctor. There may not be a benefit to taking aspirin as a preventative measure if you are healthy and over 70.
Small changes can make a big difference in your health! Get a physical for a comprehensive map of your current health and well-being and don't wait until you're sick to go to the doctor.
Every little bit counts, and it all adds up. Park in the farthest spot in the lot, take the stairs in the office building instead of the elevator, walk in place while you're watching TV, or have a dance party with your kids. The important thing is to get up and move
Get rid of one slice of bread, and you'll be getting rid of 100 calories a day. If you start doing that now, you could be 10 pounds lighter by year's end!
Change your dinner plate from 11 inches to 9 inches and you'll cut your portion size by almost 20%. You won't be missing much when you are eating, but after a while, you'll notice you might be missing something from your midsection.
Full of fiber, protein and unsaturated fats, nuts are a terrific snack choice when it comes to curbing your appetite. Just don't go overboard - portion sizes still count!