Dr. Will loves being part of the group of doctors at the Midwest Fertility Unit because they work together to provide the best outcomes and experience to patients. Dr. Shawn Pala decided to pursue chiropractic as a career field because of his experience with a juvenile spinal disease called Scheurmann. During his time at Taylor University, the physician was responsible for the management of several physiotherapy clinics and developed a unique approach to dealing with spinal problems resulting from Scheurmann's illness.
Our focus is on responding quickly by counting down the minutes of compassion and expertise we provide through high-tech bedside care. Our doctors and nursing team listen to you and quickly understand what your health needs to provide the right care for you.
If you experience a life-threatening medical emergency, please call 911 or contact your nearest ER immediately and call 911 immediately. ER and other medical services are billed under your health insurance (private, Medicare or Medicaid). Financial support consultants are available for questions about billing and health insurance.
If you have additional items that you need to bring with you during your eye exam, please consult your ophthalmologist. Your ophthalmologist can also answer any questions you have about eye care, such as prescription medications, glasses, glasses or eye drops.
Your ophthalmologist will discuss the results of your eye exam and determine the right prescription so you can see your best. If you have talked to your ophthalmologist about whether contact lenses are a good way to correct vision, you can schedule an eye examination at your ophthalmologist. At your next annual eye exam, your ophthalmologists will discuss age - the associated vision problems you experience - and the results of the eye exam.
Usually your eye exam will include visual screening - typically performed by your ophthalmologist and a detailed measurement of your eyes. In order to find the correct contact lenses for you, the eyes are measured in detail.
Although visual screening can help you to identify vision problems, it can overlook many important problems that can be detected by a comprehensive eye exam. Signs of vision problems in children include being too close to the TV and avoiding visual activities such as reading or drawing.
One of the most common vision problems associated with age is presbyopia, an age-related vision impairment in the left eye. When you take your child to the ophthalmologist, the best way to learn is to ask if your children need glasses. A normal comprehensive eye examination allows the ophthalmologist to determine whether your eyes are healthy enough to wear contact lenses. Eye examinations are an important part of health care for all, but there are undoubtedly some that are more common than others, especially in children.
An annual eye exam can detect a range of eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataract, corneal ulcers and retinitis pigmentosa. All of this can be detected in the early stages of eye examination and lead to early treatment.
This includes a large private infirmary, which is attended to by a visiting internist. This allows for the treatment of both minor and major emergencies, as well as acute and sudden medical problems requiring immediate medical attention. When more intensive care is required, the nursing team is connected to St. Vincent's - the call network to provide access to the medical group of specialists at Ascension, including men's and women's health care, emergency medicine, neurology, pediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, and emergency medical services.
Dr. Will considers it one of the most rewarding experiences of his life to be able to practice in such a rewarding medical field at the REI. Despite the challenges and times, he finds it so fulfilling to have a lasting positive influence on his patients and to help them start and grow their families. He and his wife behave in such a way that they give something back to the community in which they live and serve.
Rural Urban Access Health (RUAH) is a community-based care coordination program supported by the Ascension Medical Group and St. Vincent. Inspired by the work of St. Vincent de Paul, the purpose of RUah is to connect friends, family and neighbors, resulting in improved access to health care and availability of the resources needed for health care in rural communities.
In Hamilton County, Indiana, and St. Vincent Noblesville provides emergency care around the clock and also includes board-certified emergency doctors and nurses.
Dr. Pala is also certified as an extremity specialist, including an orthopaedic surgeon, an obstetrician / gynecologist and an emergency physician. He is certified in obstetrics, pediatrics, neurology, orthopaedics, cardiac and thoracic medicine, neurosurgery, pediatric oncology, gastroenterology and urology. He has also lectured at national conferences and published on various aspects of infertility treatment. Dr. Pala enjoys teaching and lecturing on topics such as infertility, reproductive health and the role of genetics in human development and fertility.