Dr Oliver S Chow

Dr Oliver S. Chow

Specialty – Thoracic Surgery

Qualification: M.D.
Degrees: Cornell University
Degrees: Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Visiting Hour:
By Appointment Only.
Spoken Language:
Contact Us: 718-670-2707

About Dr Oliver S Chow

Oliver S. Chow, MD, is a thoracic surgeon at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens and NewYork-Presbyterian, and an assistant professor of clinical cardiothoracic surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine. He performs a variety of minimally invasive thoracic surgeries and complex airway procedures. His clinical interests include lung cancer, esophageal disease, and tracheobronchomalacia.

After graduating from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, Dr. Chow completed his surgical residency at Deaconess Beth Israel Medical Center in Boston, where he also completed his cardiothoracic fellowship. He has received numerous awards for clinical care and teaching.

Appointment: Online Appointment Here.
Clinic Details: New York-Presbyterian NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Queens – Flushing, 56-45 Main Street, Flushing, NY 11355

Doctor Enquire: 929-510-7661
General Enquire for Hospital: 718-661-8950
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Health Tips For Your Life

  1. Eat a healthy diet.
  2. Consume less salt and sugar.
  3. Reduce intake of harmful fats.
  4. Avoid the harmful use of alcohol.
  5. Be active.
  6. Check your blood pressure regularly.
  7. Limit sugary drinks
  8. Eat nuts and seeds.
  9. Avoid ultra-processed foods
  10. Don’t fear coffee.
  11. Eat fatty fish.
  12. Get enough sleep
  13. Feed your gut bacteria.
  14. Stay hydrated.
  15. Don’t smoke.

Health Tips

Eat a combination of different foods including fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and whole grains. Adults should aim for five daily portions (400 grams) of fruit and vegetables. You can always improve your fruit and vegetable intake by including vegetables in all your meals; Take fresh fruits and vegetables as snacks; View different fruits and vegetables; And in the season they are. activity, the political movement produced by the skeleton, requires energy—300 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity per week for specific health benefits.

The key to a healthy diet is balancing the amount of energy you use with the amount of energy you use to burn calories for how active you are properly.

If you eat and drink, you have very little.

It would help if you had a comprehensive discussion to ensure a balanced diet and your body in all its aspects.

They can be fresh, frozen, canned, dried, or juiced.

It’s easy to turn on, you get 5 days. Why not slice a banana over your breakfast cereal, or swap your mid-morning snack for a slice of fresh fruit?
Eat a variety of foods

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