MANAKAI O MALAMA
Largest Evolving Integrative Healthcare in Hawaii.
A Unique Approach To Healthcare
Office protocols: Mask must be worn at all times, if you are sick or feel sick please reschedule or schedule a telehealth and do not come into the office. Practice social distancing of 6ft apart.
If you are experiencing the following, please contact your Primary care doctor to be examined:
-Shortness of breath/ Trouble breathing
-Loss of smell or taste
Consider TeleHealth for your Next Appointment
If you would prefer to see your medical provider from home instead of visiting your local clinic, we offer TeleMedicine consultations during normal business hours.
FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE
Now, moreso than ever before, Manakai urges our patients to obtain the flu shot. Not solely because of the risk for flu itself, but because of the Covid-19 pandemic. With hospitals reaching their ICU capacity, we need to protect our Ohana and not overburden the system with a flu epidemic on top of Covid-19.
Each and every year a new flu vaccine comes out. You may hear “I got sick from that shot” or “I still got the flu.” The science behind the flu vaccination relies on prediction of what is the most likely strain to cause the largest infection for the upcoming year. It’s not a guarantee but it is added protection.
Do your part, get vaccinated!
Published Articles by Dr Zunin in Star Advertiser
Wealth of Health – Honolulu Star-Advertiser Hawaii News, Sports, Weather and Entertainment
Column: The state of our times will be the new normal
by Ira Zunin on January 2, 2021 at 10:05 am
This year will be one of broad, gradual recovery, but there is a fierce gantlet yet to be run.
Column: Hawaii youths forge a new, more comfortable face mask
by None on November 21, 2020 at 10:05 am
Hawaii-grown Team Merlin is among 10 finalists out of nearly 1,000 entrants in the XPRIZE Foundation’s $1 Million Next-Gen Mask Challenge for young innovators age 15-24.
Column: Many Long COVID survivors require team-based treatment
by Ira Zunin on November 7, 2020 at 10:05 am
As the COVID pandemic rages, sadly, many survivors do not fully recover.