At Empire New York Medical Care, patients throughout the New York City can find treatment for anxiety with Dr. Hago at his office conveniently located in Midtown East, New York.
Everyone feels anxious or stressed out from time to time, however, when anxiety interferes with a person’s day to day life and activities, it could be an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorder is a serious mental illness where the person suffers from constant worry and fear, that may be triggered by certain activities or situations. Anxiety disorder manifests in different ways including:
The specific causes of anxiety disorder, like other mental illnesses, are not known. It is very important to know that anxiety disorder is not due to personal weakness, bad upbringing, or other personal flaws. Research shows that mental illness is affected by factors such as brain chemistry and environmental factors.
Treatment for anxiety depends on what will best help the patient. Some patients benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, or medication. Others may see an improvement by changing their diet and lifestyle habits and engaging in relaxation therapies. Dr. Hago will work closely with each patient to ensure that the best treatment plan for his or her needs is put into action.
At Empire New York Medical Care, we accept most major medical insurance plans. Here is a short-list of just some of the most popular plans we accept. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed below.
"This is my favorite dr in the city. I was lucky enough to run into him year ago right when he was opening his new office on Broadway. He's been my Dr. ever since. :)"
"My diabetes is now completely under control and my A1C is great all thanks to Dr Hago -- I can't say enough good things about this guy!"
"Dr. Hago is very kind and extremely knowledgable.He gave me many key points which encouraged me to start being healthy again. "
"When my insurance declined to pay for some of the tests, Dr. Hago said that, since he ordered them, he'd pay for them."