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Treat Different Medical Conditions through our Customized Telemedical and Telehealth services

Our top notch KOOLMD’s medical doctors and other allied healthcare professionals have a diverse background and able to address a number of healthcare conditions. For certain health conditions a physician may recommend a direct examination with a physician in your locality. Our healthcare providers go through a thorough credentialing process prior to their acceptance as a KOOLMD provider. By using our convenient healthcare portal you avoid long waits at the Emergency Room, or Urgent care or clinic facilities. You bypass a lot of the hassle and process and connect directly to a qualified compassionate healthcare provider who can address your particular needs.

KOOLMD’s medical doctors, healthcare providers, and allied healthcare staff, may offer medical advice on a number of health conditions through telehealth services. The decision to treat a particular medical condition is also contingent on the particular condition and its requirement for additional testing to further diagnose a condition. Only healthcare providers or medical doctors though may call in a prescription and initiate a treatment course. A medical doctor may in discussion with the patient call in a prescription to the patient’s favorite pharmacy (local or mail order type). Providers may also when requested provide a legitimate medical excuses for time off from work, or recommendations for return to work or return to school. Rarely medical excuses may be used by military personnel when required to properly document a medical condition prior to military deployment. These may require an actual an in person physical examination to complete the evaluations. But our goal at KOOLMD is to provide distant telemedical services with no requirement for face to face visits when the condition is stable and not likely to deteriorate in the immediate time period. You can access KOOLMD’s telehealth and telemedical services at any time as per your convenience.

Medical Excuses for Work, School, Military and Airlines

Our trained medical staff professionals are able to provide you medical excuses for time off from work to attend to a family emergency, a medical condition, a personal issue, for employers, school, even the military and airlines when medically appropriate and warranted.


Infectious Arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis


Triggered by Environmental factors (pollen, dust, mold, etc)
Triggered by Chemicals (detergents, nickel
Triggered by Food (wheat, nuts)
Triggered by Medications
Triggered by plants (Poison ivy, Poison oak)
Triggered by certain nutritional supplements for instance Niacin


Adult-onset asthma
Child-onset asthma
Cough-variant asthma
Environmental, Emotional, and Allergens as triggers
Exercise-induced asthma
Nocturnal asthma
Occupational asthma
Steroid-resistant asthma (severe Asthma)

Birth Control Options

Barrier methods
Birth Control Pills
Intrauterine Device or IUD
Lactational amenorrhea method (LAM) or role of breast-feeding birth control.
Tubal ligation
Vaginal rings

Blood pressure management

Gestational Hypertension
Isolated Systolic
White-Coat Hypertension

Cholesterol Management

Elevated Cholesterol
Elevated Triglycerides

Cold and Flues

Certain Infectious diseases
Eye pain associated with sinus infections
Headaches associated with sinus infections
H1N1 vaccination and vaccine and prevention
Runny Nose or rhinitis
Sinusitis Itchy eyesSore throat or Pharyngitis


Diabetes insipidus
Insulin-Requiring Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1
Medical and dietetic management of diabetes
Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2
Medical and dietetic management of diabetes

Headache or Cephalgia

Cervicogenic Headache
Cluster Headache
Hormone headache
Medication-Induced Headache
Migraine Headache
Organic causes of headaches
Post-lumbar puncture headache or post-spinal tap associated headaches
Rebound Headache
Sinus related headaches
Tension-type Headache

Gastrointestinal Complaints

Acid Reflux
Stomach Aches,
HeartburnUse of Antacids and Acid Reducers
GERD or Gastroesophageal
Reflux disorder
Role of digestive Enzymes


Acute otitis media or middle ear infections
Antibiotic medications such as: Augmentin (amoxicillin/clavulanate), Zithromax, ZPak, Zmax (azithromycin), Biaxin (clarithromycin), Bactrim or Septra (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim), Biaxin (Clarithromycin), Cipro, Proquin (Ciprofloxacin) and Levaquin (Levofloxacin) for treating a variety of infections and infectious conditions.
Antiparasitic medications
Antiviral medications and their indications for instance for H1N1 or Common flu infections
Bacterial vaginosis (BV)
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or EBV or Mono or Ebstein Barr Virus
Chronic suppurative otitis media
Ear infections
Eyelid infections or Blepharitis
Fevers of unknown origin or FUO
Fever and chills and shivering
Inner ear infections or Otitis interna
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or MRSA
Otitis Media or Ear infections
Otitis media with effusion
Pharyngitis or Sore throat
Pink Eye Conjunctivitis
Skin infections or Skin rashes
Stomach flu virus
Strep throat
Swelling of the Eyelid due to a Chalazion or meibomian gland lipogranuloma or blocked
meibomian gland also called Meibomianitis
Swimmer’s Ear or Otitis Externa
Swimmer’s Itch
Tinnitus or ringing in the ears
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
Yeast infections

Men’s health

Erectile Dysfunction or ED
Prostatic Specific Antigen or PSA
Testosterone levels
Sexual libido

Motion sickness & Nausea and Vomiting

Common treatments for nausea and vomiting
Cyclic vomiting syndrome
Dietetic management for nausea and vomiting
Early morning vomiting
Feeling sick in the stomach or queasiness or queasy sensation
Medical treatments for nausea and vomiting
Mild abdominal pain or discomfort
Need for fluids for managing vomiting
Pancreatitis associated with vomiting
Simulation sickness
Space sickness
Supplementation for nausea and vomiting
Use of Bitter or Angostura bitters as digestives which may contain angostura bark, cascarilla, cassia, gentian, orange peel, and quinine for management of nausea
Use of Ginger for Nausea
Weight loss due to vomiting

* Vomiting immediately after a meal could indicate blockage or obstruction in the stomach but can be associated with certain psychiatric disorders such as anorexia or bulimia.
Prolonged vomiting requires immediate emergent care and should be attended via an Emergency Medicine department in an Emergency Room setting to stabilize, diagnose and properly manage this condition. Chronic vomiting or nausea may herald and intestinal obstruction or Pancreatitis which are medical emergencies. Abdominal pain followed by vomiting may be suggestive of an inflammation in the abdomen such as pancreatitis or intestinal obstruction. However vomiting that occurs over a course of several hours after a meal may indicate or suggest a blockage in the stomach or intestines. In cases where a patient experiences explosive projectile vomiting this condition may be associated with an increased pressure inside the brain such as meningitis or tumors or an intracranial hemorrhage. Intracranial hemorrhage or bleeding inside the head of any type is considered a medical emergency and should be treated in an emergency room setting. If in doubt, please call 911 or self-refer to the nearest Emergency Room in your city.

Musculoskeletal Pain/Sports Related injuries

Arm muscle injuries
Back pain
Calf injuries
Carpal tunnel syndrome and median nerve neuropathy
Disc bulging
Disc herniations
Joint pain
Lumbar pain
Muscle injuries
Muscle spasms
Neck pain
Rotator cuff strain and tears
Shoulder pain
Tenosynovitis and wrist pain

Pain Control and Relief for various conditions

Hand pain
Lower back pain or Lumbago
Morton’s neuroma
Neck painNeuralgia
Radiculitis or radicular painKnee painRole of massage in pain management
Role of pain killers
Role of Muscle relaxants for pain control for muscle spasms
Role of physical therapy and pain management
Shoulder pain or shoulder strain or rotator cuff strain or impingement syndrome or rotator cuff
tear or shoulder joint pain or frozen shoulder pain
Treatment options for pain management using conservative measures
When to get an MRI
Wrist pain

Preventive Care

Blood work, Labs
Childhood vaccinations, schedules
Need for Vaccinations or Immunizations
Prophylactic medications recommended during travel
Screening tests

Skin or Dermatolgical Conditions

Chemically induced irritational type rashes
Contact dermatitis
Yeast infections

Sleep Disorders

Circadian Dysrhythmias
Drowsiness during the day
Excessive Daytime Sleepiness or EDS
Jet Lag
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS)
Polysomnogram or Polysomnography or sleep study using PSG monitors such as EEG, EOG,
Sleep Apnea or sleep apnoea

Sexually transmitted diseases or STDs

Genital Warts
Herpes Simplex

Travel Medicine

Motion Sickness
Prophylactic Medications
Vaccinations for different regions of the World

Women's Health

Birth control methods
Irregular periods
Menstrual pain
Pelvic pain
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)