Before I introduce the review team i would like to tell u more about me..
You see my father passed away a few years back the cause of his passing was a stroke while he was in the hospital for a couple of days I was trying desperately to read up on strokes and what I could do to help him. You see we are living in a third-world country and the medical aid isn’t as good as what you will find in wealthier countries..
The point is when I was searching for something most of the article was about prevention or steps to take in the first 24 hours So. I said after his death that I would write about these topics.
Now I know that some of these topics will never see the summit of the google Everest as I am not medically trained but that doesn’t bother me at all. It just gives me closure to know that putting out a proper research piece of content and that’s good enough for me. If I am the only one reading the piece that’s fine as long as you keep on pressing the publish button.
The review Team
Dr. Timothy Legg is board-certified as both a geriatric and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and is also a licensed psychologist. He graduated from Touro College in New York with a doctorate in health sciences research and education and from California Southern University in Irvine, CA, with a doctorate in clinical psychology. He’s currently a university professor and clinician in private practice. He’s certified in addiction counseling, public health, health education, and is also an AIDS-certified registered nurse. Tim is a vegetarian, and in his free time, he’s an avid weight lifter and jogger.
Dr. Allen also cares for patients at the Highlands at Brighton skilled nursing facility in the long term ventilator unit, behavioral unit, and skilled nursing rehabilitation unit. He teaches medical residents and students at both Highland Hospital and the Highlands of Brighton, and has given lectures to members of the community in various settings on topics pertaining to aging.
Dr. Erturk graduated from medical school from the University of Dicle, Diyarbakir Turkey in 1979. Subsequently, he finished his surgical internship at the University of Antalya, Turkey. He then came to the University of Wisconsin and repeated another surgical internship for one year in 1981. In 1982 he started a urologic residency training program at the University of Rochester, Rochester New York. He completed this in 1986. Following his residency, he was appointed as a fellow in endourology and kidney stone disease at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Minnesota.