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This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing two experts in injury identification and treatment, Emergency Medicine physician Dr. Charmaine Gregory and Trauma/Critical Care surgeon Dr. Leah Tatebe. Every parent wants to avoid injury for their children and themselves – but, accidents happen. Learn the most common reasons kids and parents end up in the ER, how to avoid these dangers and when to head to the ER vs wait home and see. We will also discuss classic signs that mean an injury may be more severe than it seems and what to do to get your family help ASAP.
Learn more about my guests, Dr. Charmaine Gregory and Dr. Leah Tatebe:
I am a nocturnist Emergency Physician, wife, mom to three vivacious cherubs as well as a greatness and virtual fitness coach. I help busy women like myself reclaim their fitness and wellness mojo and unleash their greatness! Watch my story and get a complimentary health assessment here: My Story If you are like me and have picky eaters in your fold, join my Facebook group, Picky Eaters Strong Mom here: Picky Eater Strong Mom Facebook Group
Dr. Gregory is a board certified Emergency Medicine physician at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor. She completed her medical school training at SUNY College at Buffalo and residency at Duke University Hospital. In addition to her medical career, Dr. Gregory is also a fitness enthusiast and as part of her goal to regain her wellness and help others achieve theirs, she started Fervently Fit With Charmaine, a website and blog with recipes, fitness routines. along with motivation and support. She is a contributing author to The Chronicles of Women In White Coats, and is also mom to three young kids.
Dr. Tatebe is a Trauma/Critical Care/Emergency general surgeon who also has an elective general surgery practice out of Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital – a Level 1 Trauma Center outside of Chicago. She completed medical school and residency in Dallas, Texas, before going to Northwestern University for Critical Care fellowship.