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Last year team Keepin' It Renal raised over $13,000 for the National Kidney Foundation's Kidney Walk.  The National Kidney Foundation of Indiana is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by kidney disease and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.   You can participate in helping these families by joining us!
    We are excited to announce, Dr. Conrad Deel, with the Indiana Kidney Specialists will be seeing patients in Speedway beginning in April 2016.   We will be located in the Community Health Pavillion: 1011 Main St., Suite 255, Speedway, IN 46224.  If you are interested in this location call our office to schedule an appointment, 317-924-8425,
Indiana Kidney Specialists’ physician, Mindaugas Zekonis, MD, was named as a 2015 Top Doctor by his peers in Indianapolis Monthly Magazine.
Jennifer Bucki, M.D., F.A.C.P. St. Francis EMS coordinator, Jon Kavanaugh, holds a monthly dinner meeting for local EMS providers (EMTs and paramedics) with topics that are relevant to EMS care.   On Wednesday, Sept 2nd @ 6:30pm, Indiana Kidney Specialists' Dr. Jennifer Bucki will be presenting topics related to renal disease as well as having a Q/A session afterward.
http://wishtv.com/2015/06/13/kidney-walk-raises-120k-for-research/
Join the physicians and staff at Indiana Kidney Specialists to raise awareness for the National Kidney Foundation by participating in the 2015 Indianapolis Kidney Walk. We’ve formed a team, and our goal is to raise $6000. Each of our team members is hard at work raising funds for this important cause!
Maintaining a kidney friendly diet is an important part of slowing kidney disease. Here are two common problems:  high blood pressure and diabetes – both major risk factors. Quite simply, eating kidney friendly foods and maintaining a balance of fluids in your body will help to keep your weight under control. This may also keep your blood pressure where it should be. Eating three balanced meals a day will also regulate your blood sugar. You may also need a snack at night.  This is especially important if you have diabetes.