Restore First Health Expands with New Decatur Location
Thursday, July 7, 2022
Decatur, GA – Restore First Health, a specialized medical practice focused on chronic wounds and non-invasive knee procedures and diabetes care, has expanded to include a new location in Decatur, GA.
Thousands of patients throughout the region seek advanced, non-traditional wound care for their loved one. The new location will welcome patients across the Atlanta and suburban areas for this critical need in wound healing as well as offering an innovative diabetic infusion therapy helping with insulin resistance, hypertension, neuropathy and wound healing. Also available at both locations is a non-invasive approach to arthritic knee pain. With a focus on these often debilitating and chronic conditions, the team at Restore First Health takes a holistic approach to improving mobility and overall well being for each patient.
“We are thrilled to add Restore First Health to our community of health care providers – specifically because their specialty is unlike others we have in our region,” President of Dekalb Chamber of Commerce, Frankie Atwater, Sr. “Their ability to offer therapies that can change the course of some of the chronic conditions that plague our population, like diabetes, makes their presence in our neighborhood even more important.”
Led by Medical Director, Frank Curvin, MD, patients and their care providers can seek advanced treatment with options in the office as well as from their home.
“Complex comorbidities and mobility issues often prevent patients who have chronic health conditions from seeking the right medical care,” said Dr. Curvin. “Our approach uses techniques that are FDA approved to be managed within our clinics or in the comfort of someone’s home ifmobility plagues their health. We want our community to get the care they deserve, not settle for traditional techniques that often fail them over and over again.”
The new office in Decatur is conveniently located off Lawrenceville Highway and is accepting new patients. Patients also continue to be treated in the Duluth, GA location.