S. Ted Shaikewitz

Dr. Shaikewitz was raised in St Louis, Missouri. He did his undergraduate studies at Stanford University, and completed his medical degree and internal medicine training at Washington University of St. Louis. He finished a nephrology fellowship at Colorado followed by a transplant nephrology fellowship at Oregon. Dr.Shaikewitz is board certified in internal medicine and nephrology and UNOS certified in transplantation. He has been with the practice since 1998 and is now Chief of Nephrology at Durham Regional Hospital, Consulting Associate Professor at Duke, and Chair of the Durham Regional Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.

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06.14.2019 Is a Plant-Based Diet Good for Your Kidneys?

In order to understand what types of foods are best for kidney health, it is first important that you understand what the kidneys are designed for in the first place. The kidneys are designed to filter waste out of the blood, in the process absorbing some nutrients found in it and excreting the waste through […]

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