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Ivyland Medical Center’s Dr. Brad Paddock Offers Tips for Men’s Health
Date:7/12/2014

Warminster, PA (PRWEB) July 12, 2014

Doylestown Hospital recently conducted an interview with Dr. Brad Paddock covering a variety of men’s health questions. Paddock tackles topics including main men's health concerns, health issues specific to men, why women live longer than men, and testosterone replacement therapy, among others. In the article, Men's Health Made Simple featured on Doylestown Hospital’s website, Dr. Brad Paddock says, “A man can get a hernia at any age. If you notice pain, bulging, or asymmetry in your lower abdomen, groin, or scrotum, see your doctor to be checked for a hernia. Men get coronary artery disease about 10 years younger than women. That risk can be reduced by exercising, avoiding tobacco, and controlling blood pressure and cholesterol. Tell your doctor if you have chest pain.”

Dr. Brad Paddock celebrates twelve years this year as the Director of Ivyland Medical Center. He is a board certified Primary Care Physician and a graduate of Temple Medical School. Dr. Paddock completed his Residency at MCP-Hahnemann University, training at Hahnemann Hospital, MCP Hospital, Saint Christopher's Hospital for Children, and Warminster Hospital. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine.

Ivyland Medical Center is located at 1035 W. Bristol Rd, Suite B, Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974. To schedule an appointment, please call 215-442-9929. A list of insurance plans accepted by the Ivyland Medical Center can be found on their website.

About Ivyland Medical Center
Ivyland Medical Center is a physician’s office where patients receive individualized attention from a board certified primary care physician. Dr. Brad Paddock is on staff and affiliated with both Doylestown Hospital and also Holy Redeemer Hospital. He serves patients in Warwick, Warrington, Hatboro, Horsham, Huntingon Valley, Southampton, Northampton, Doylestown and more.

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