- Preventive Medicine
- Director, Wellness and Chronic Illness Program
RAJA A JABER MD
ADJUVANT LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT IN CANCER CARE
CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME
CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISORDERS
DEPRESSION (DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, HOLIDAY STRESS)
DIABETES (DIABETES MELLITUS)
GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE (GERD)
INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE (IBD)
MENOPAUSE (ALTERNATIVES FOR TREATING HOT FLASHES IN MENOPAUSE)
MIND BODY MEDICINE
POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
STRESS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS
WALKING (EXERCISE ACTIVITY)
WELLNESS AND PREVENTION
WELLNESS AND PREVENTION OF CHRONIC ILLNESS
AFFINITY HEALTH PLAN
CIGNA GREAT WEST HEALTHCARE
EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE HMO
EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE OTHER PLANS
EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE PPO
EMPIRE BLUE CHOICE SENIOR PLAN
FIDELIS CARE NEW YORK
ISLAND GROUP ADMINISTRATION
UNITED EMPIRE PLAN (NYSHIP)
UNITED OXFORD FREEDOM PLAN
US FAMILY HEALTH PLAN
VYTRA (except SMART START)
Education & Training
- American University Of Beirut
- Department of Family Medicine Stony Brook University
Academic & Other
- Academic Rank:
- Clinical Associate Professor
- Teaching Activity:
- Preventive Medicine, Alternative and Complementary Medicine
- Year Appointed at
2013 Selected for inclusion in Best Doctors listing by Best Doctors, Inc.
Best Doctors in America 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
M.D. (With Distinction) 1982
Member Alpha Omega Alpha 1981
- Clinical Practice Began:
- Arabic, French
1. Raja Jaber, Whitney Dessio, MD and Shenhong Wu, MD Dramatic improvement of palmar plantar erythrodysesthesia (PPE) with oral prednisone. Annals of Oncology, electronic letter, April 11 2007.
Jaber R, Braksmajer AS (2006). Group visits: models, benefits, and challenges. Family Practice Management; 13 (1): 37-40.
Jaber R, Braksmajer AS, Trilling J (2006). Group visits: A qualitative review of current research. Journal of the American Board of Family Practice; 19 (3): 276-90.
2. Jaber R, Braksmajer AS, Trilling J (2005). Group visits: Our experience with this adjunctive model to chronic care management. Internet Journal of Family Practice; 4(1). Accessible from: http://www.ispub.com/ostia/index.php?xmlFilePath=journals/ijfp/current.xml
3. Jaber, R. Invited Chapter: From URIS to Asthma: Primary Care: Clin Office Pract, 29 (2002)231-261.
4. Jaber, R. and Trilling, J.S.: The Circle of Change: an approach for difficult clinical interactions. Families, Systems & Health. 1997; 15:163-174.
5. Kelso, E., Jaber, R., Selections from Current Literature: Clinical Detection of Abuse, Family Practice, 13:408-413,1996.
6. Jaber, R., Letter to the Editor: Wants to see Belief Systems included with research data. Alternative Therapies, 2:18-15, 1996.
Jaber, R, Trilling J.S. Selections from Current Literature: Antioxidants and Free Radial Theory of Disease. Family Practice. 1995, 13:322-325.
7. Trilling, J.S. and Jaber, R., Mendelson, W., Pandya A. Attribution models, and consequences of change of chronic sleep symptoms. A pilot study. Fam. Syst. Med. 1994, 12:61-64.
8. Trilling, J.S., Jaber, R., Formulation of the Physician/Patient Impasse. Fam. Syst Med. 1993, 11:281-286.
9. Jaber, R., Steinhardt S., Trilling J. Explanatory models of illness: a pilot study. Fam. Syst Med 9:39-51, 1991.
I offer integrative primary and consultative care that is comprehensive, wholistic, individualized and centered on patients' unique needs and goals. I combine state-of-the-art conventional family medicine with lifestyle medicine (nutrition, exercise, stress management), mind-body, botanical, and manual medicine to create a whole-person approach to health and illness.
I emphasize wellness and primary prevention and in partnership with my patients, develop individually tailored lifestyle programs and assist my patients in developing the skills needed to change behavior and lifestyles.
I believe that coordination of care is vital for improving wellbeing and preventing unnecessary interventions and keeping patients safe. I, therefore, make every effort to coordinate care with a collaborative team of physicians and non physician practitioners.