Our focus is on those conditions that can be prevented or effectively controlled when patients assume an active role in their own healthcare.

Three White Coats offers science-backed strategies for proper self-management, with excellent potential for improved health outcomes.

change habits to manage GERD 

Lifestyle, along with anatomical and functional factors, significantly contributes to GERD. It is thus not surprising  that lifestyle modifications tend to be the first line of treatment for it.

PREDIABETES

Although the name and the absence of obvious symptoms can be misleading, prediabetes should, indeed, be taken seriously as it indicates the high likelihood of type 2 diabetes developing within 10 years.  

IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME

(IBS)

IBS is one of the most common digestive tract disorders. As many as 15 % of adults suffer from this unpleasant condition that can significantly impair the quality of one's life.  

CHRONIC CONSTIPATION

Constipation is a common complaint characterized by infrequent bowel movement or difficulty in passing stool. Many people experience occasional constipation which most commonly resolves on its own.  

URINARY TRACT INFECTION (UTI)

Urinary Tract Infections are caused by the overgrowth of bacteria in the urinary tract. Escherichia coli is the most common uropathogen, accounting for about 80% of all cases.  

GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE (GERD)

Heartburn or acid reflux occurs when the stomach contents (acid and sometimes food) flow upwards, into the esophagus. This is a normal physiologic process that is occasionally experienced by many people.   

IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA

Anemia is a condition characterized by the deficit of healthy red blood cells, which play the vital role of supplying our tissues with oxygen. Iron deficiency anemia is the most common type of anemia caused by the shortage of iron in the body.