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    Modern Weng, D.O.


    Internal Medicine

     
    (Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Primary Care Sports Medicine)
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    Sunnyvale Center
    301 Old San Francisco Road
    Level 2
    Sunnyvale, California 94086
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    (408) 730-4360 

    Department

    Internal Medicine

    Professional Interests

    Internal Medicine
    Asthma, COPD, Cardiovascular diseases, Congestive heart failure, Diabetes, Fitness and exercise, Heart disease, Hypertension (HTN), Infectious disease, Joint aspiration/injection, Lipid disorders, Musculoskeletal disorders, Skin biopsies, Smoking cessation

    Additional Information

    Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury, Arthritis Of The Hip and Knee, Foot and Ankle Injuries, Hand and Upper Extremity Injuries, Pediatric Sports Medicine

    Spoken Languages

    Primary:
    English
    Additional:
    Mandarin (Excellent)

    Community Activities

    Volunteer Clinical Faculty at U.C. Davis School of Medicine, Paul Hom Asian Clinic. Adjunct Faculty in primary care medicine at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine. South Bay Taiwanese Association (SBTA) Member. Taiwanese American Professionals Committee Member. Diablo Valley College Team Physician (2008-2010).

    Personal Interests

    Dr. Weng is a native of Taiwan and speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese. He enjoys biking, weight lifting, reading, and spending time with friends and family. Dr. Weng is also a sports fan and his favorite teams include the California Golden Bears, the San Diego Chargers, the Sacramento Kings, the San Diego Padres, and Taiwan Baseball.

    Publications

    Weng M, Fidel CM. Case Report: Isolated unilateral brachial neuritis of the phrenic nerve (Parsonage-Turner syndrome) in a marathon runner with exertional dyspnea. Sports Health, A Multidisciplinary Approach. July 2010 2:307-310. Weng, M. Non-operative versus operative treatment of clavicle fractures. Athletic Training & Sports Health Care. January 2010 Micheli LJ, Weng M. Book Chapter: Little League shoulder. Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine. SAGE Publications. November 2010. Kocher MS, Weng M. Book Chapter: Osteochondritis dissecans. Essential Orthopaedics: Expert Consult. In Miller MD, Hart J, MacKnight JM (eds.): Philadelphia: Saunders, 2009 Chapter 224. Kocher MS, Weng M. Book Chapter: Little League shoulder. Essential Orthopaedics: Expert Consult. In Miller MD, Hart J, MacKnight JM (eds.): Philadelphia: Saunders, 2009 Chapter 210. Kocher MS, Weng M. Book Chapter: Discoid meniscus. Essential Orthopaedics: Expert Consult. In Miller MD, Hart J, MacKnight JM (eds.): Philadelphia: Saunders, 2009 Chapter 225.

    Philosophy of Care

    Someone once told me that the great doctors are human beings first and doctors second; the rest are just doctors. What this means to me is an understanding that going to see your doctor is a big, big deal. It's something that you'll discuss with your family at the dinner table later that day. “How was your visit?” “Did your doctor help you?” “Did you like your doctor?” It's a very important moment, a very important interaction, a time that the person will confer with others about. So I always try to keep this in mind when I see my patients.




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