Slowing down kidney disease

Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT

Speaker: Randy Chen, MD,

Topics: Diet CKD Exercise

When you are diagnosed with kidney disease you may wonder, what does this mean? How did I get kidney disease? And what can I do to keep it from getting worse?

In this webinar, Dr. Randy Chen will provide answers to some of these big questions, with a focus on the ways to keep your kidney disease from getting worse. He will discuss steps you can take to slow your kidney disease in stages 1-4 through diet, exercise, medicines, and other lifestyle changes.

If you or a loved one have kidney disease, this is a webinar you do not want to miss! Dr. Chen wants every kidney patient to know there’s hope for them in fighting the disease.

Learn more about:

  • The major causes and stages of chronic kidney disease
  • Preventing chronic kidney disease
  • The myths and facts about how to slow kidney disease

Register now!

Speaker

Randy Chen, MD

Randy Chen, MD has been practicing Nephrology in private practice for 12 years in San Mateo County. He sees over 350 dialysis patients along with his partners and has just as many patients with CKD that he also regularly sees. He has a special interest in slowing progression of CKD and improving the quality of lives in patients with kidney disease.

Besides treating kidney disease, he is an expert in high blood pressure management and electrolyte and acid base disorders. Dr. Chen has won 3 consecutive awards as a medical director for his dialysis unit for outstanding patient care and leadership for Satellite Healthcare.  No other director has received 2 awards the same year or three consecutive awards during their tenure. He tries to use education and self-care to aid patients in the self-management of their medical problems. 

“If patients are involved in their own care with guidance by their doctors, they do much better”, he says. Dr. Chen has 4 pug dogs that occupy his time and he is an animal enthusiast in general despite being allergic to many.