Alexandra Kreps, MD

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Mount Sinai Medical Center, East 98th Street, New York, NY, USA

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Primary Care Physician who focuses on treating the root causes of disease and primary prevention

Education

  • Bachelor of Science - Emory University

  • MD - St. George's School of Medicine

  • Residency - SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Treatment

The treatment of psoriasis will usually depend on how much skin is affected, how bad the disease is and or the area or locations that are affected on the body. Treatments range from the use...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Testing and Diagnosis

A full skin exam should be undergone to investigate other areas psoriasis might manifest including places like the scalp or nails. Psoriasis can be very hard to diagnose because it sometimes looks like other skin...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Overview

Psoriasis is a multi-system chronic inflammatory skin disease that causes silver scaly skin that might be painful, swollen or hot. Psoriasis is associated with many other conditions, including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease,...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Manifestations

There are several different types of psoriasis to be aware of, each of which present with different symptoms. Some examples include guttate psoriasis, which causes small drops, shaped lesions on the trunks, limbs and scalp....

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Treatment

Fibromyalgia can be treated with medication, lifestyle changes and complimentary therapies. However, it isn’t always so straightforward. So make sure you find a doctor who’s really familiar with this condition and how to treat it....

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Testing and Diagnosis

At the moment, there aren’t any laboratory tests that can be used to diagnose fibromyalgia. It might take quite a few doctor’s appointments before you receive an official diagnosis. This is because the main symptoms...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Symptoms

The main symptoms of fibromyalgia are pain and tenderness throughout the body. Typically in at least six areas, there are other several notable symptoms to look out for which include trouble, sleeping fatigue, tiredness, morning,...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Overview

Fibromyalgia is a long lasting or chronic disorder that causes muscle pain and fatigue. In about 2% of the US population, it’s probably very underdiagnosed. It’s the most common cause of generalized musculoskeletal pain in...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Symptoms

The most common symptom of appendicitis is pain in the abdomen. The pain usually begins in your belly button and then moves to the right lower side of the abdomen. This pain will begin suddenly...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Treatment

Gold standard treatment for appendicitis is an operation to remove the appendix completely, which is known as an appendectomy since appendicitis is potentially life-threatening. If left untreated doctors will usually err on the side of...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Overview

Appendicitis is the inflammation of your appendix and is considered to be a medical emergency that requires immediate care. Swift assessment and treatment can reduce the risk of complications that occur. In the US, appendicitis...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Diagnosis

More often than not a healthcare professional will diagnose suspicion of appendicitis based on your medical history and a physical exam. The doctor will then need to rule out other health problems such as a...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

8 months ago

Videos

Insomnia – Diagnosis

“When diagnosing insomnia, a doctor will take an medical and sleep history. He may give you a physical exam to take note of any possible underlying health conditions. A sleep history could be in the...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

8 months ago

Videos

Insomnia – Treatment

“When treating insomnia, doctors can recommend lifestyle changes that will allow you to develop good sleep habits. They may also recommend therapies or medications since insomnia can be a side effect of another medical problem....

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

8 months ago

Videos

Insomnia – Tips

There are many ways to improve your sleep health, often known as sleep hygiene. The most important thing is to be consistent. Follow a regular relaxing routine at the same time each night, when you’re...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

10 months ago

Article

Mental Health & Mindfulness Apps Reviewed By A Doctor, Psychologist, and User

There are many mobile apps available to help people manage their mental health and practice meditation and mindfulness. Many of them seem to have similar features and functions – how do you know what to...

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Headspace

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

July 28, 2:56PM

User since 2020

4.5

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This is a well thought out, robust mindfulness app attempting to make meditation approachable. I found the sleep aids very relaxing, with peaceful narrations and soundtracks. The mindful exercise component (“move”) is very unique in explaining how exercise can be more thoughtful by training the mind and body concurrently. I appreciate the range of meditation exercises and the gradual advance in complexity as you further along in your meditation journey. Lastly, I appreciate the theory of meditation being taught to provide you with a more in-depth understanding.

Breathe2Relax

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 8:22AM

User since 2020

3.0

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This is a simple app, assisting you in deep breathing exercises to reduce your stress and anxiety. You are able to modify the inhalation and exhalation to your own breath lengths but that is the only personalization feature. There is a “learn section” which provides explanations of the effects of stress and breath work on the body but it is very basic. If you are looking to just hone your breathing skills, this could be a good option, just don’t expect much more.

Moment

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 8:20AM

User since 2020

4.7

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The app provides a reminder of the continued use of one’s phone and the importance of creating boundaries and awareness of this issue. The app does a good job in helping create better habits to “be in the moment” and improve one’s mental health. Most of the features require a paid subscription to unlock so this should be considered. My favorite feature was the data on the number of times I pick up my phone and time spent on my phone, truly sobering numbers! The app helps you learn how your phone negatively affects your daily life and ability to be present.

Moodnotes

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 8:18AM

User since 2020

4.3

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This app provides an outlet to journal your thoughts and understand these thought patterns over the course of days, weeks and months. You are able to pinpoint what is running through your mind and what has contributed most to your negative thoughts. Using CBT methods, you are able to learn about the various “thinking traps” such as catastrophizing, fortune telling and negative filtering. This gives a more didactic and dynamic explanation to truly understand one’s complex thought process. If you are willing to put in the work journaling, this app could be of great value. The design is very simplistic but easy to use overall.

Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Treatment

The treatment of psoriasis will usually depend on how much skin is affected, how bad the disease is and or the area or locations that are affected on the body. Treatments range from the use...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Testing and Diagnosis

A full skin exam should be undergone to investigate other areas psoriasis might manifest including places like the scalp or nails. Psoriasis can be very hard to diagnose because it sometimes looks like other skin...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Overview

Psoriasis is a multi-system chronic inflammatory skin disease that causes silver scaly skin that might be painful, swollen or hot. Psoriasis is associated with many other conditions, including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease,...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Psoriasis – Manifestations

There are several different types of psoriasis to be aware of, each of which present with different symptoms. Some examples include guttate psoriasis, which causes small drops, shaped lesions on the trunks, limbs and scalp....

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Treatment

Fibromyalgia can be treated with medication, lifestyle changes and complimentary therapies. However, it isn’t always so straightforward. So make sure you find a doctor who’s really familiar with this condition and how to treat it....

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Testing and Diagnosis

At the moment, there aren’t any laboratory tests that can be used to diagnose fibromyalgia. It might take quite a few doctor’s appointments before you receive an official diagnosis. This is because the main symptoms...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Symptoms

The main symptoms of fibromyalgia are pain and tenderness throughout the body. Typically in at least six areas, there are other several notable symptoms to look out for which include trouble, sleeping fatigue, tiredness, morning,...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Fibromyalgia – Overview

Fibromyalgia is a long lasting or chronic disorder that causes muscle pain and fatigue. In about 2% of the US population, it’s probably very underdiagnosed. It’s the most common cause of generalized musculoskeletal pain in...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Symptoms

The most common symptom of appendicitis is pain in the abdomen. The pain usually begins in your belly button and then moves to the right lower side of the abdomen. This pain will begin suddenly...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Treatment

Gold standard treatment for appendicitis is an operation to remove the appendix completely, which is known as an appendectomy since appendicitis is potentially life-threatening. If left untreated doctors will usually err on the side of...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Overview

Appendicitis is the inflammation of your appendix and is considered to be a medical emergency that requires immediate care. Swift assessment and treatment can reduce the risk of complications that occur. In the US, appendicitis...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Appendicitis – Diagnosis

More often than not a healthcare professional will diagnose suspicion of appendicitis based on your medical history and a physical exam. The doctor will then need to rule out other health problems such as a...

Watch and Share
Alexandra Kreps, MD

8 months ago

Videos

Insomnia – Diagnosis

“When diagnosing insomnia, a doctor will take an medical and sleep history. He may give you a physical exam to take note of any possible underlying health conditions. A sleep history could be in the...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

8 months ago

Videos

Insomnia – Treatment

“When treating insomnia, doctors can recommend lifestyle changes that will allow you to develop good sleep habits. They may also recommend therapies or medications since insomnia can be a side effect of another medical problem....

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

8 months ago

Videos

Insomnia – Tips

There are many ways to improve your sleep health, often known as sleep hygiene. The most important thing is to be consistent. Follow a regular relaxing routine at the same time each night, when you’re...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

10 months ago

Article

Mental Health & Mindfulness Apps Reviewed By A Doctor, Psychologist, and User

There are many mobile apps available to help people manage their mental health and practice meditation and mindfulness. Many of them seem to have similar features and functions – how do you know what to...

Read Article

Insight Timer

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 7:35AM

User since 2020

5.0

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This app offers a plethora of meditations, 45,000 to be exact! The variety of meditation teachers or coaches is also very wide ranging. Insight timer actually allows you to time your meditations, which is a unique feature. There are various programs for a wide range of meditation levels which I appreciated very much and haven’t not seen as much in other apps. There are several programs or courses which allow you to delve deep into one subject such as mindfulness or happiness. The options really seem endless with this app - you can find anything you are looking for and tailor your meditation experience as much as possible.

Talkspace

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 7:40AM

User since 2020

5.0

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The patient navigator was very warm and friendly and can assist in finding you an appropriate therapist for your background and needs. I did find the pace of the therapy discussions a bit slow - it seemed as if I was just speaking with a friend via text - but then again this allows those who do not want such a committed therapy relationship to utilize the services as needed. Having access to an outlet that allows you to speak with an objective person without bias can be extremely helpful, though I do feel this cannot fully replace the in-person relationship/experience of therapy.

Calm

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 7:42AM

User since 2020

5.0

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This app offers a large variety of features from sleep to music to meditation, with a continuous stream of new daily content. Each feature has many subsections to find exactly what you are looking for as well. The content from celebrities actually brings the app to life and creates more relatability about why everyone can use this app to reduce stress in their life. The daily check-ins are quick and easy, maybe almost too simple. Overall the app provides several outlets of “calm” and really provides so many wonderful features if you are willing to pay for it.

Moment

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 8:20AM

User since 2020

4.7

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Overall Comment

The app provides a reminder of the continued use of one’s phone and the importance of creating boundaries and awareness of this issue. The app does a good job in helping create better habits to “be in the moment” and improve one’s mental health. Most of the features require a paid subscription to unlock so this should be considered. My favorite feature was the data on the number of times I pick up my phone and time spent on my phone, truly sobering numbers! The app helps you learn how your phone negatively affects your daily life and ability to be present.

Relax Melodies

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 7:44AM

User since 2020

4.6

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As an avid user of this app myself, I love the customization features which allow you to create your own unique soothing sound to help you fall asleep with ease. It is particularly helpful when traveling and you can continue your nighttime sleep hygiene regimen on the go. The bedtime stories are well done and make it a breeze to doze off with mindless chatter. The only negative is that many of the sounds require an extra payment but for what this app gives you for free it seems like a good investment if you are interested in expanding the services. The meditations are simple but provide a nice quick journey into a mindful space.

Migraine Coach

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

May 18, 8:27AM

User since 2020

4.6

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This app sets out to achieve a straightforward goal and does that well with an aesthetically pleasing interface and ease of use.

Headspace

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

July 28, 2:56PM

User since 2020

4.5

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Overall Comment

This is a well thought out, robust mindfulness app attempting to make meditation approachable. I found the sleep aids very relaxing, with peaceful narrations and soundtracks. The mindful exercise component (“move”) is very unique in explaining how exercise can be more thoughtful by training the mind and body concurrently. I appreciate the range of meditation exercises and the gradual advance in complexity as you further along in your meditation journey. Lastly, I appreciate the theory of meditation being taught to provide you with a more in-depth understanding.

Stop, Breathe & Think

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 7:48AM

User since 2020

4.4

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This app seeks to track your thoughts and emotions over the long term. You begin with an assessment of your current emotional state with a “check in” and are subsequently recommended various mindfulness sessions or short meditative exercises with themes such as gratitude or a body scan. You are also able to monitor your mood pre and post meditation sessions which can be valuable to understand how effective the exercises. Overall content is not lacking but some features require upgrading such as the journaling section or expert program, so keep this in mind. I do appreciate the overall personalized approach and integration with apple health, I just did not find this to be the most aesthetically pleasing.

Declutter The Mind

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 8:09AM

User since 2020

4.4

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This app provides simple and accessible mindfulness meditative practices in an approachable way for even the most beginner in meditation. The guided meditations cover a diverse range of topics from flying anxiety to body scan. I appreciate the more longitudinal offering of a 30 day mindfulness course but this requires purchase for day 6 onward. There is a personalized feature to track how many meditations you've completed and hours, but nothing connecting this to your feelings or emotions pre or post session. Its a simple app offering quick meditative experience but nothing really beyond that.

Moodnotes

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 8:18AM

User since 2020

4.3

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This app provides an outlet to journal your thoughts and understand these thought patterns over the course of days, weeks and months. You are able to pinpoint what is running through your mind and what has contributed most to your negative thoughts. Using CBT methods, you are able to learn about the various “thinking traps” such as catastrophizing, fortune telling and negative filtering. This gives a more didactic and dynamic explanation to truly understand one’s complex thought process. If you are willing to put in the work journaling, this app could be of great value. The design is very simplistic but easy to use overall.

N1-Headache

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

May 18, 8:29AM

User since 2020

4.2

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This app requires users to go through a very thorough initial intake and questionnaire in order to log their headache/migraine details. The clean design and ease of use makes the app an attractive option for tracking symptoms and getting to the root cause of your pain. The digital report is well laid out and provides useful information to practitioners who review the patients data.

Relax Lite

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

May 18, 8:32AM

User since 2020

4.1

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This is a simple relaxation and guided meditation app, which provides a quick relief of anxiety symptoms and some understanding of breathing. It is not a particularly sophisticated app, but if you are setting out to focus on straightforward breathwork this can absolutely help you achieve that!

mySugr

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

April 23, 11:04AM

User since 2020

4.1

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This is a comprehensive and innovative app that provides a unique set of tools to manage your diabetes. One of the most interesting features is the diabetes educator, a registered nurse with a plethora of experience whom you can message with to assist in analyzing your data and help you reach your diabetes goals. MySugr is also capable of syncing with other apps in your phone to collect various health data points and provide a more comprehensive report of your diabetes management.

MoodKit

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 5:10AM

User since 2020

4.1

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There is a lot of good content embedded in the app but the design and ease of use makes it very difficult to navigate and process. The moodtracker and journal help you self monitor and track your mood to specifically pinpoint thought distortions (i.e. negative filtering, labeling, overgeneralizing) in an effort to change them, which I appreciated but could see being burdensome. The app also has you “commit” to various lifestyle and thought modifications in your everyday life to change bad habits which could be very useful. The app might bring about more self awareness but does not too far beyond that in intervention.

OneTouch Reveal

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

April 23, 11:07AM

User since 2020

3.8

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This is a dynamic app which allows you to track your blood glucose levels over time and in real time. You are able to set goals for diet, exercise and much more to provide a motivational and accountability component. There is not much educationally but the goals the app sets out to achieve in supporting patients take hold and control their diabetes is certainly achieved.

Glucose Buddy

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

April 23, 11:10AM

User since 2020

3.7

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This is a very user friendly app with a clean look. With great ease you are able to monitor your diabetes medication and lifestyle choices including diet and exercise. There is a didactic component with the 12-week education plan and Meal IQ which provides more opportunities for learning and understanding your diabetes more completely. I can certainly see why patients find this app easy to use, helpful in their diabetes management and insightful in making small changes in their everyday life.

Self-Help for Anxiety Management (SAM)

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 5:11AM

User since 2020

3.7

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The anxiety tracker is a unique feature but very simplistic in its analysis, asking just 4 questions surrounding your anxiety. The “help for anxiety now” section offers different small exercises to quickly reduce anxiety but they are very confusing to utilize. I do appreciate how the app wants to bring about more self awareness and assist in understanding and analyzing your emotions but it needs much more development. Lastly, the social cloud or blog seems to be an area of dislike which could be more heavily monitored and regulated.

iHeadache

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

May 18, 8:35AM

User since 2020

3.6

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The physician-designed app utilizes trusted resources to create its criteria to analyze symptoms and build its credibility. The long-standing app is a simple way to log symptoms, triggers, and management of your headaches/migraines but it could use some innovation in regards to design, ease of use, and the generated report for physicians.

ADA Standards of Care

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

April 23, 11:25AM

User since 2020

3.6

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This app provides up-to-date knowledge on aspects of diabetes from diagnosis to management to population health from the most highly regarded academic resource (ADA). As a clinician, I see the great utility of the various algorithms in guiding management of diabetes and would use this app myself in the future. In terms of formatting, I found some of the topics to be too wordy and would recommend modification to a bullet-point format to make it more clear and organized.

Dario

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

April 23, 11:33AM

User since 2020

3.5

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This is a dynamic app which allows you to understand and implement lifestyle factors into your diabetes management and improve your overall health. I love the ability to connect to your mobile device and track many aspects of your diabetes management. It works with you in real time to understand how much insulin will be required depending on what food you are eating and how much you exercise. When patients utilize this technology they are also able to track their sugar levels and easily share this information with their physician who can then adjust their medications accordingly as well as take into account lifestyle such as diet and exercise.

Migraine Buddy

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

May 18, 8:47AM

User since 2020

3.4

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The migraine tracking feature is well thought out and provides a detailed questionnaire about migraine symptoms and management. Though this app seems to get high reviews for its “attack recording,” other features in the app could be improved in terms of content and delivery of information and could use some overall design enhancements for better navigation.

Symple

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

May 18, 8:50AM

User since 2020

3.1

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I appreciate the “Symple” nature of the app and the ease with which you can track chronic symptoms you are suffering from and provide that information to your physician. The app could use some improvement in the physician report generated so it can better aid in diagnosis and understanding of your disease/illness.

Breathe2Relax

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

June 3, 8:22AM

User since 2020

3.0

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Overall Comment

This is a simple app, assisting you in deep breathing exercises to reduce your stress and anxiety. You are able to modify the inhalation and exhalation to your own breath lengths but that is the only personalization feature. There is a “learn section” which provides explanations of the effects of stress and breath work on the body but it is very basic. If you are looking to just hone your breathing skills, this could be a good option, just don’t expect much more.

Ouchie

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

May 18, 8:52AM

User since 2020

2.9

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I appreciate the pain journey you are able to track on the app and the platform to discuss various pain-related issues but overall it needs improvement in content and ease of use. Additionally, the app initially provides an in-depth questionnaire regarding the details of one’s pain symptoms but misses several physical pain diagnoses which could be added.

iHealth Gluco-Smart

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

April 23, 11:43AM

User since 2020

2.6

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It is a bit hard to weigh in on effectiveness since I am not using the app by testing my sugar levels but overall it seems to be a very simple app. I really like the trend feature so you can understand how your sugar levels vary over time pre and post meals. I do think this could use some modernization to improve the ease of ease and overall design.

Diabetes Pilot Pro

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

April 23, 11:54AM

User since 2020

1.6

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I like that you are able to use and track medications as well as input various data points from exercise, food, glucose levels, and weight. The layout and functionality could use a lot of improvement, though. It is a very simplistic app with really no design element to it.

Alexandra Kreps, MD

13 months ago

Blog

COVID Management & Frontline Experience

I have been working as a temporary hospitalist at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. During our orientation, we were provided with several algorithms and protocols being used at the time based on the evidence we had...

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Alexandra Kreps, MD

13 months ago

Blog

Telemedicine & COVID-19

I have always been a believer in telemedicine and began utilizing this form of clinical care prior to COVID-19 due to my strong belief in its rising importance in medicine. So what can I do...

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