Your health isn’t just about you; it’s a family affair. At Rogers Medical in Plainfield, Illinois, creating healthy individuals involves caring for the entire family. When each member is treated as part of a larger system, the best health outcomes are possible. Caring for men women, and children, Dr. Teresa Pecherek-Rogers helps patients get well and enables families to thrive.
A practice of medicine involving a multi-generational approach, family medicine cares for each member as an individual. In traditional medicine, a pediatrician cares for children while a general physician sees adults. A family medicine physician, however, has training in many different disciplines and can treat children and adults.
As a family medicine practitioner, Dr. Rogers has clinical training in areas like pediatrics, internal medicine, women’s health, and more. She can approach your health and your family’s health from an integrated perspective, offering solutions benefitting you and the entire family.
Your appointment with Dr. Rogers can cover a wide range of issues, depending on your needs. If it’s your first visit, you meet with her for an initial consultation to discuss your health history, your goals, and any symptoms you may be experiencing.
Dr. Rogers can then perform routine tests and physical exams and give you a treatment plan aligned with your needs. If for some reason, you need to see a specialist, Dr. Rogers can refer you to one.
Utilizing a holistic approach to care, the Rogers Medical team works as a whole to make sure you receive the best possible care.
The belief that underlies family medicine is that the structure, health, and strength of the family as a unit significantly influences individual health. Different factors that affect each member of the family come into play, such as one person’s illness, stressful life changes, stress levels, and more.
By addressing the family as a complex system of individuals that make up a whole, the benefits are:
If you’re ready to start your family medicine journey, book an appointment with Dr. Rogers today.