Bringing Aliveness To Life

We want to take this opportunity to welcome you to the new MDVIP.com. Thank you for taking an interest in supporting what we stand for in healthcare. In a day and age where healthcare is not as personalized as it used to be, we hope to bring our members the type of care that many wish for from their doctors.

With our new website and blog, we will fuel your journey to change and provide you with a community that is with you every step of the way. From our efforts, we wish to provide more personal care for our members and bring more life to more lives. Follow along as we find ways to help you become a happier and healthier you.

We cannot wait to share insights from MDVIP doctors, member stories, and our health and wellness tips with our readers. To learn more about our mission, please visit our About page.
6 Comments
Catherine Stinneford
Jan 15th, 2015
Is it possible to switch to another mdvip Dr?
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MDVIP
Jan 15th, 2015
Greetings Catherine,

Thank you for contacting us with your question. A Member Services representative will personally contact you to discuss your options.

In Good Health,
MDVIP
JOSEPH BARK MD
Apr 8th, 2013
As a dermatologist, I thought I'd "stop by" occasionally with a Skin Health Tip every once in a while. Comments are welcome, and yes, I am a patient/member of MDVIP with a fantastic internist in Lexington, Kentucky.

PLANTAR WARTS
Plantar warts (named so because they are on the plantar, or bottom surface, of the foot. These pesky bumps are caused by the wart virus, and are very difficult to treat. The best thing to do is to prevent them.
Think about this: because they are viral, they are infectious. Because they are infectious, we can attribute them to walking around shoeless in many different places. Imagine, for instance that you stayed in a motel, say, last summer, and walked around in the room barefoot. There might have been hundreds, even thousands, of hotel patrons who have done the same thing, embedding wart virus into the carpet, to be readily passed on to YOUR foot. Same is true for the showers in public places. Do anything necessary to guard agains touching these surfaces, like "flops" worn in the shower, or lacking that, stand on a small towel in the shower to avoid direct contact with the shower floor.
You should always be armed with slippers or other footwear ANYTIME you are in a situation of possible exposure (swimming pools, hot tubs, exercise machines, saunas, school showers and gym floors and mats used inn gym classes. Keep your feet HEALTHY by PROTECTING them!
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MDVIP
Apr 8th, 2013
Hi Dr. Bark,

Thanks so much for getting involved in our community! These tips are very helpful, especially with summer coming soon.

In good health,

MDVIP

Nathaniel Rosenfeld
Feb 26th, 2013
Where may I see the results of my Wellness Exam?
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MDVIP
Feb 26th, 2013
Hello Nathaniel!

Great question - all Wellness Exam information can be viewed using your MDVIP Connect account. When you log in to your account, you will see a section called "My Wellness Exam" directly underneath your doctor's information box.

In good health,

MDVIP
Anders
Nov 6th, 2012
The login is at the top right corner of the page
Seymour Weinberg
Oct 9th, 2012
Will pass this on to my Daughters and Grandchildren
Ruth Katz
Sep 24th, 2012
Can't find where to log in on your new page.
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