Effective Tuesday, April 13th 2021, with the recent Government Stay at Home Order, our NorthShore Medical Center clinic hours will now be from 8am to 2pm daily. You have the option to choose to attend our in-office clinic at 7 North Shore Road Devonshire or by virtual appointment.
It’s been a year now and the world is still fighting COVID-19 and so are we here in Bermuda. Northshore Medical has been here with you from the start to provide PPE, testing and health and medical services to help during this time. It’s more important than ever to continue to wash your hands, wear masks, and know your COVID-19 status.
February every year we raise awareness for the Global Heart Health Month.
We teach you every year that the very best things you can do for your heart are things like diet, exercise, weight management, and avoiding smoking. At NMAC, we encourage our patients to try regular exercise by walking, jogging, biking, swimming, or working up a sweat on the court or in the gym. Your heart will thank you for it.
Dr. Cindy Morris, visiting pain specialist at NorthShore Medical says “It’s Time To Love yourself!”
There is no room for pain during Valentine’s Day, only pleasure! However, while many celebrate Valentine’s Day with love, there are many still in physical pain. 2021, in honor of Valentine’s Day, we are going to focus on loving ourselves first while also recognizing when our loved ones are in pain.
Vampire Facial A vampire facial or PRP (platelet-rich-plasma) treatment is a procedure that aims to use a patient’s blood to trick the body into healing and repair. The blood is extracted and then undergoes a spinning process to separate the plasma, which is injected back by puncturing the skin using a micro-needle.
Kyjuan Brown, who runs the Northshore Medical & Aesthetics Centre, in Pembroke, confirmed that many of his patients were opposed to taking the vaccine...“You have to weigh risk against reward. That’s why I got the vaccine and so did all my colleagues – because the reward far outweighs any risk.” Dr Brown pointed out that the island had suffered 12 deaths from 684 recorded cases of the virus – a fatality rate of two per cent. He compared that figure to just a handful of fatalities globally that have resulted from millions of people taking the vaccine.
COVID-19 took the world by storm and healthcare providers had to act fast to help control the spread. NMAC has always been forward-thinking in Bermuda’s healthcare and staying ahead learning health advancements worldwide as well as ensuring our staff are focused on continued education so we can better serve our clients and stay prepared for these changing times. Even with this Covid-19 pandemic, Dr Kyjuan Brown and team ensured we had our Medical PPE and procedures in place to continue to serve our patients in a safe environment, including optimizing virtual and concierge medical visits with our fleet of Doctors for those patients who prefer to remain at home.
It was more than 30 years ago that Dr Amani Flood first heard the words: ‘You have cancer’.
Being diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, a form of blood cancer, came as a complete shock to Dr Flood.
Hot flashes, night sweats, irregular periods, mood swings and decreased libido - these are all symptoms of ‘the change of life’ a.k.a. menopause. This natural process happens to women over age 45, once their ovaries stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
Our answer to that question is simple: come to see Sheri Burgess, Northshore Medical and Aesthetic Center’s Hair Restoration Specialist.
Believe it or not, hair loss is an extremely common issue. While there are no specific stats for hair loss for Bermuda, an estimated 80 million Americans - 50 million men and 30 million women - will experience some level of hair loss in their life.
Not all sunscreens are created equal. Whether you’re lounging around the pool, going for a morning jog or just running errands, there’s a sun cream designed to suit your specific needs and skin type. Best part? They’re all available at Northshore Medical and Aesthetic Center.
Sports Medicine doctor Jeff MacLeod knows a lot about athletics.
In addition to playing everything from cricket to Ozzy Rules football, martial arts and tennis as a youngster growing up in Australia, Dr MacLeod is also experienced in diagnosing and treating sports and training injuries. He gained a post-graduate diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the University of Bath, which happens to be the UK's premier Sports Science facility and the location for the English Institute of Sport...
Have you seen more acne on your nose, cheek and chin areas in recent months? It may be due to a new phenomena aestheticians are calling ‘maskne’.
Since the pandemic, Aesthetician Cherrece Salmon-Shirley from Northshore Medical and Aesthetic Center, admits she’s seen a growing number of breakouts in areas covered by clients’ masks. As the weather becomes hot, these face masks grow moist and damp, leading to a build-up of sweat, oil and bacteria on the skin.