Dr Bollmann, Skin Care Specialist, Anti Aging Expert
Do you have trouble making an appointment to see a doctor? Are you told the next appointment is weeks to months away? Are you forced to go to the ER, where the bill extends to thousands of dollars. Or are you told the physician's assistant might be able to see you, but not the doctor.
Recently I had an ear infection that involved my sinuses. I was told the next appointment was in a month! Long are the days when the a non-life threatening emergency could be seen the same day - that was the case in my practice.
I still recall the lunch room at the hospital when a group of doctors were sitting around and a general surgeon came up to the table. One of the other doctors asked him if he could see a patient. He replied, "O, I don't think I could possibly see him - looked at his watch - and said, before 20 or 30 minutes." We all laughed, not realizing this would not be possible a short time in the future.
If you are like me, and miss the "good old days" when it comes to doctors, then let me introduce Dr. KeriLyn Bollmann, M.D., a board certified Internist and Integrative Medicine Specialist, who has established a new practice - "Vital Medicine For The Soul". She spends TWO HOURS with each new patient - and you do not need to wait days, weeks or month to be seen.
If you want a personable, empathetic doctor who actually cares about you, then you should give her a try. Website is https://www.vitalintegrative.com, Office located at 11250 N Tatum Blvd in Phoenix, Az; phone number: 480-460-8485, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facts about Dr. Bollmann"
Dr. KeriLyn Bollmann, MD, FACP
Owner, Vital Medicine for the Soul, PLLC
After graduating from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, AZ in 1995, Dr. Bollmann completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center/Phoenix VA (now University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, or UACOM-P) in 1998.
She subsequently served one year as chief resident, before becoming an Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine residency program at UACOM-P, where she has taught residents and medical students for the last 20 years.
Dr. Bollmann has been a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix for 20 years.
Dr. Bollmann was on the Curriculum Committee for the UACOM-P medical school and has also written curriculum for the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine (AZCOM).
She served as the Director of the Resident as Educator program at UACOM-P from 2014-2018.
In 2011, she completed a Faculty Development Fellowship, advancing her training in the education of new faculty.
She was also an original contributing author for the national American College of Physicians' (ACP) High Value Care curriculum.
Dr. Bollmann has received multiple awards for leadership, teaching and community service.
Early in her premedical career she served as President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the premedical honor society, and was a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society and Student Foundation.
Dr. Bollmann is an Alumnus Member of the prestigious national Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.
She has received multiple awards during her career including Teacher of the Year and Faculty Community Service.
Most recently, she was honored as the recipient of the statewide ACP Volunteerism and Community Service of the Year award.
Dr. Bollmann completed a 2 year Integrative Medicine fellowship at the University of Arizona College of Medicine under the tutelage of Dr. Andrew Weil.
She is board certified in Internal Medicine since 1998.
On a personal note, Dr. Bollmann grew up in a very holistic family. Her father and sister are physicians. She and her brother have explored the spiritual side of India. Her mother and grandmother taught her how to cook a Mediterranean diet before it was even popularized, and she has been practicing yoga since the age of 7.
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First, the answer is yes, retinol can make wrinkles worse, especially when you first start using it. What is happening is a drying effect, and one can get epidermal sliding from separation from the dermis. But this is temporary, and will eventually end up tightening the skin around the eyelids, provided you are using a potent retinol preparation.