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About Dr. Chauncey Crandall IV, M.D.

Dr. Chauncey Crandall IV is a distinguished physician practicing both private Internal Medicine and Cardiology in Palm Beach, Florida. His expertise spans clinics, academia, and research. With post-doctoral training at Yale and Harvard and advanced fellowships at Beth Israel Hospital and Medical College of Virginia, Dr. Crandall's career shines with achievements. He established Duke University's Florida Interventional Cardiology Program and is affiliated with Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center, and Jupiter Medical Center. Dr. Crandall's impact extends globally through lectures, a non-profit Chadwick Foundation, and media presence. He's authored best-selling books, including "The Simple Heart Cure", “Fight Back: Beat the Coronavirus” and "Touching Heaven." His legacy combines medical excellence, compassionate care, and dedication to underserved populations.

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In the fast-paced world of corporate leadership in West Palm Beach, FL, Dr. Chauncey Crandall pioneers preventive and integrative medicine for better health and longevity. His holistic approach, grounded in medical expertise, addresses high-performance individuals' unique challenges. From stress management to nutrition and fitness, Dr. Crandall equips clients with tools for longevity and sustainable success. Preventive medicine is the cornerstone of Dr. Crandall's approach to healthcare, serv...
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Healthcare is a crucial aspect of our lives; we rely on it for health and longevity. Still, there are limitations to the traditional healthcare system that can limit its capacity to provide quality care. Concierge medicine has steadily gained momentum because it addresses these limitations. In exchange for personalized care and services, patients who subscribe to concierge medicine pay a membership fee for primary care services, which are not usually covered by insurance. In this blog post, w...
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In this article, Dr. Chauncey Crandall explains why we need to reduce our salt and sugar consumption and provides practical tips to help us do it. Salt is an essential nutrient, but we consume far too much. The American Heart Association recommends an ideal daily intake of three-quarters of a teaspoon, but many Americans consume five to ten times that amount! One way to cut back is to avoid processed foods, typically high in salt. Try giving yourself a 30-day break from added salt and experim...
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