FARRELL Medical Consulting

If you are searching for a medical expert, FARRELL Medical Consulting can help. We can help you to establish a wellness program for your company, or revamp one that is already up and running. We can provide independent medical opinions, review medical records, review screenplays, etc. Rates are based on the complexity of your situation, so call us today to see how we can help.

Film Medical Consulting

If you're looking for a medical doctor to review your script, to ensure that it sounds professional and accurate, or if you need a medical doctor to come to your set to ensure everything the actors do and say looks real, then look no further. FARRELL Medical Consulting offers you affordable consultation services for writers and movie makers everywhere. Draw on the 13 years of clinical experience of Dr. Franklyn Farrell, MD MPH. He can:

Dr. Farrell can provide you with procedural realism to take your project over the top. He can review your medical scene and offer corrections and suggestions to get the facts accurate and believable enough that even real health care workers will keep reading or watching.

Medscape News

September 29th, 2014
Guidelines: Diet Is the Best Source of Calcium for Children
New guidelines released by the American Academy of Pediatrics Physicians describe the best way to promote healthy bone development in children.
Medscape Medical News
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September 26th, 2014
Healthy Lifestyle Cuts Risk of MI by 86%
An editorial says the lifestyle behaviors are basic, including a diet that is neither extreme nor exceptional, and that the great majority of cardiovascular events can be prevented.
Heartwire
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September 25th, 2014
Patients Self-Monitor With Wearable Diagnostics
New wearable tracking technology will allow continuous monitoring and novel opportunities for diagnosis, say technologists.
Medscape Medical News
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September 26th, 2014
Experts Unveil Plan to End Rabies Globally via Dog Vaccinations
Rabies experts unveiled a blueprint for eliminating the pernicious disease, which almost always is caused by bites from rabid dogs and kills tens of thousands of people a year worldwide, through a program of mass dog vaccinations in targeted regions.
Reuters Health Information
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September 25th, 2014
Physician-Assisted Dying: A Clinician's Perspective
Clinicians must have patience, listen to suffering, and attend to the meaning of a patient's request to help end his or her life.
Medscape Internal Medicine
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September 25th, 2014
Unraveling DNA for Better Blood Pressure Control
Henry Black talks with Framingham Heart Study director Daniel Levy about the advancing field of BP genomics.
Medscape Cardiology
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September 25th, 2014
NSAIDs Linked to Increased Venous Thromboembolism Risk
Regular NSAID use has been linked to nearly double the risk for venous thromboembolism, according to a new meta-analysis.
Medscape Medical News
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September 24th, 2014
Memory Complaints Predict Future Cognitive Impairment
Study participants with subjective memory complaints were more likely to develop cognitive impairment and to have relatively high levels of Alzheimer disease-type brain pathology after death.
Medscape Medical News
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September 24th, 2014
Most Vaccination-Onset Epilepsy Has Genetic, Structural Cause
A new study shows that most seizures beginning after vaccination have an underlying genetic or structural cause, which should increase faith in vaccine safety, researchers say.
Medscape Medical News
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September 24th, 2014
BRCA Screening: Good Sense or Gattaca Rising?
Does population screening for BRCA mutations portend a eugenics future, as in 'Gattaca,' or a practical means to reduce the risk for breast and ovarian cancer? Dr. Kathy Miller weighs the issues.
Medscape Oncology
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September 24th, 2014
Flu Vaccine 2014: The New ACIP Recommendations
What are the key points in this year's influenza vaccine recommendations?
Medscape Internal Medicine
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September 24th, 2014
The Epidemic of Fatty Liver Disease
New recommendations are available to help clinicians combat the growing problem of fatty liver disease in both adults and children.
Medscape Gastroenterology
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September 23rd, 2014
Should Higher Risk = Earlier Screening for Prostate Cancer?
Dr. Gerald Chodak discusses a new study that looked for the best way to screen for prostate cancer in African American men and those with a family history of prostate cancer.
Medscape Urology
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September 23rd, 2014
Silicon Valley Primer on the Democratization of Medicine
What do the Google self-driving car and healthcare's future have in common? Dr. Eric Topol speaks to inventors and the business community in the California cradle of computer innovation.
Medscape Medical News
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September 23rd, 2014
Dr Emanuel's Death Wish Harms Rather Than Helps
While Dr Mandrola agrees with much of what Dr Emanuel wrote, his lapse into "hubris and nonsense" provides fodder to the death-panel fearmongers.
theheart.org on Medscape
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September 23rd, 2014
Treating Mild Hypertension With Drugs May Be Misdirected
Experts have suggested that treating mild hypertension with drugs has unclear benefits and huge costs; priorities should shift to society-wide measures that promote lifestyle modification.
Medscape Medical News
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September 23rd, 2014
USPSTF: Counsel Young Adults on Risky Behaviors to Curb STIs
Sexually active young people should undergo intensive counseling, and young women should be screened for chlamydia and gonorrhea to lower risks of getting or spreading sexually transmitted infections.
Medscape Medical News
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September 23rd, 2014
Chikungunya Virus Concern Growing
Experts express growing concern about the spread of chikungunya virus, alert providers about its presentation, diagnosis, and management.
Medscape Medical News
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Wellness Program

Rising health care costs and the changing landscape of the health care industry have made it necessary to take every step towards lowering your costs and maximizing your value. Corporate wellness programs have historically lowered health care costs for very large businesses. Current technology, allows small to medium sized businesses to reap these same benefits.

Our FREE online wellness program can devise a personalized plan to help you change your lifestyle, so you can change your life. It's free to sign up and use it, so sign up today!

ONLINE WELLNESS PROGRAM

Grants to Establish Wellness Programs

Many small businesses can't afford to set up wellness programs on their own. The Department of Health and Human Services will make $200 million available for small businesses to create comprehensive wellness programs for employees. This program is still under development and not expected to be released until January 2014. To qualify businesses must:

A comprehensive program is one that:

OUR SERVICES

I always knew that I wanted to have my own business and in 2010, I took the plunge. I started by filing the paperwork to establish the business as a legal entity and then, I began writing the code for the website. Once the website was completed, I began to fun task of choosing all the equipment and the furniture for the clinic. After two years of private practice, I began to spend way too much time at work and not enough time was spent with my beautiful wife and amazing children. So I closed the clinical practice and started a consulting practice. This has given me the opportunity to:

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Who We Recommend



FARRELL MEDIA

A simple video about us (Please note that we are a consultative practice only).

Dr. Farrell in the news!!! Check out a video from KENS-TV news.

Check out the Ground Breaking documentary Food Matters.

FOOD MATTERS

Learn more about where your food comes from, how it is farmed, raised and grown in the film "Food, Inc."

FOOD, INC.

BOOKS WE RECOMMEND

The End of Illness

Dr David Agus, MD introduces a whole new way of looking at illness and health.

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The Kind Diet

Alicia Silverstone outlines the spectacular benefits of adopting a plant-based diet.

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The Food You Want To Eat

Ted Allen provides over 100 recipes that cleverly reinterpret classics.

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Food Rules

Micahel Pollan brings a welcome simplicity to our daily decisions about food.

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In Defense of Food

Michael Pollan proposes a new answer to the question of what we should eat.

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The Omnivores Dielmma

Micahel Pollan tackles that age old question: "What should we have for dinner?".

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Never Goin' Back

Never Going Back is Rokerís candid story of self-discovery, revealing a (now slimmer) side of his life that no one knows.

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Live Young Forever

Jack Lalane recounts how he reached 95 years old, still going strong - and how you can too!

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Unlimited

Jillian Michaels says forget surviving: itís your time to thrive.

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The China Study

The findings from the China Study conclusively demonstrates the link between nutrition and disease.

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Wheat Belly

A renowned cardiologist explains how eliminating wheat from our diets can prevent fat storage.

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Prevent Heart Disease

A groundbreaking program proving changes in diet and nutrition can actually cure heart disease.

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Last Updated: July 12, 2011