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Dr. Codiga Welcomes Public To Open House
Wednesday, November 25, 2009 • Posted November 25, 2009

Michael A. Codiga, MS, MD, internal medicine physician, will meet community members at a Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce Open House and Ribbon Cutting on Dec. 10, 2009, from 5 to 7 p.m., at 820 Reuben St., suite B, south of the Brune Professional Building.Dr. Codiga said he and his wife, Kelly, moved to Fredericksburg from Cody, Wyoming in September to raise their four children in a small town. He further said he was impressed with the hospital, and he recognized demand for another primary care physician.“There are patients who are new to the area, or who do not have a primary care physician,” he said. “I welcome them, and I will strive to help every one live a long, healthy life.”He said his focus is based on the preventative medicine and wellness model, and he strives to educate and promote this lifestyle to his patients. He offers same-day sick visits, and he diagnoses and treats complex chronic medical conditions.He specializes in comprehensive adult medicine consisting of preventative medicine, longevity, exercise and weight management; thyroid and endocrine disorders; diabetes; colon cancer screenings; stress management; depression/anxiety management; lipid/cholesterol management; kidney and lung disease; cardiovascular disease; gastrointestinal disorders; executive physicals; impotence/men’s health and hormones/women’s health.Dr. Codiga is a member of the American College of Physicians, Texas Medical Association and the Hill Country County Medical Society.“My family agrees this is a wonderful place to live, and my practice is in the great company of several other excellent internal medicine practices serving the area,” Dr. Codiga said. “We’re excited about being chamber members, and we’re looking forward to meeting people at our open house and ribbon cutting. Everyone is welcome to attend.”

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