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Dr. Adil ManzoorDoctor Of Osteopathic Medicine

Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

Tinton falls, NJ, 2 Years Experience Overall

Provider's Gender - maleNPI number - 25MB10225600

Languages spoken - EnglishUrduHindiPanjabi; Punjabi

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About Dr. Adil Manzoor

Dr. Adil Manzoor, DO is dually trained in Internal Medicine & Pediatrics. Dr. Manzoor is a New Jersey native and a graduate of Rutgers University, where he earned a B.A. in Cell Biology & Neuroscience with a minor in Psychology at Rutgers University, new Brunswick. After graduating from Rutgers, he earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed an accelerated residency program in Internal Medicine & Pediatrics at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health in 2019. He exhibits a strong passion for expanding affordable healthcare services to everyone and is a strong proponent of transparency in healthcare and health policy. His desire for providing care expands outside of his practice, for he is the founder, a current board member and President of Garden State Street Medicine, INC a non-profit whose mission is to provide free comprehensive mental & healthcare services to the homeless population in New Jersey. Dr. Manzoor believes that Direct Primary Care could be a key mechanism for bringing down healthcare costs and improving health outcomes, especially for those who may have been left without access to medical care because of high deductibles and co-pays. In addition to expanding healthcare services by reducing costs, Dr. Manzoor is passionate about mentoring the next generation of youth. In his free time, Dr. Manzoor writes for local newspapers, blogs, reads voraciously, and hosts a podcast Doctor’s Dilemma. He is also actively learning to play his favorite instrument, the violin.

Awards and Accomplishments

Alpha Epsilon Lambda, Alpha Chi Chapter, Medical Scholars Program - United States, 2012

Teaching Internal Medicine & Pediatrics Resident Of The Year - United States, 2017

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Aberdeen Township, NJ 07747, New Jersey, New Jersey, United States - 07747



Aberdeen Township, NJ 07747, New Jersey, New Jersey, United States - 07747


Tinton Falls

67 Apple Street, Tinton Falls, New Jersey, United States - 07724


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When to see the Doctor for Urinary Tract Infection in adults?
Category: URINARY TRACT INFECTIONPosted On: 20-Jan-2021, 4:11 PM
<p>Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are common and account for more than six million physician visits each year. Between 25%-40% of women in the United States deal with urinary tract infections! Those who suffer are mostly between the ages of 20 and 40, and while women are at higher risk for UTIs,... Continue Reading
How Pink Eye in children can be treated over telemedicine?
Category: PINK EYEPosted On: 23-Dec-2020, 4:19 PM
<p>We all understand that raising children is a full-time job. And keeping our little ones healthy is one of the most challenging portions of that job description. No matter how many times we tell our children to wash their hands and keep them away from their eyes or out of their mouth, they rarely... Continue Reading
Benefits of having a House call doctor during this Pandemic situation
Category: HOUSE CALL DOCTORPosted On: 21-Dec-2020, 1:59 PM
<p>The normalcy of going to a medical care facility for a fever, bad cut, or other urgent medical need has quickly changed as people are encouraged to practice social distancing in order to limit exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19). </p><p><br></p><p>Governments and law enforcement bodies in... Continue Reading
What should I do if I think I’ve been exposed to Covid-19?
Category: COVID-19, ASTHMA, COLDPosted On: 30-Nov-2020, 3:35 PM
<p>If you came to know that you have recently been in the close company of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, getting tested should not be the first and foremost thing on your mind.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>It primarily takes around four to five days for someone infected with the novel... Continue Reading
The Flu Season has started. How to be careful and avoid getting it?
Category: FLU, COLDPosted On: 27-Nov-2020, 5:39 PM
<p>The end of November is just around the corner and this means that the flu season is upon us. Even if your plans comprised of staying at home, in your bed wearing your PJs, you will still need to adopt practical ways in order to keep yourself safe and avoid getting the flu. The flu caused by the... Continue Reading
Five Effortless Tips to Live Well with Chronic Illness
Category: HEALTH CAREPosted On: 27-Oct-2020, 12:58 PM
<p>Life with a chronic disease is like driving down a mountain highway. Fearful of losing control and veering over the edge, you drive carefully. Raise your hand if your life is marked by ‘careful’ habits to accommodate the monster that has invaded your life? Maybe you have a special bag without... Continue Reading
Preventive care benefits for children
Category: HEALTH CAREPosted On: 27-Oct-2020, 12:49 PM
<p>Preventive care is the most important step you can take to manage the health of your children. Many of the top risk factors that lead to illness can be avoided.</p><p><br></p><p>What is preventive care?</p><p>Preventive care is a type of health care that aims to shift health care's focus from... Continue Reading
Sore throat or Strep throat: When to see a physician?
Category: SORE THROAT, STREP THROATPosted On: 23-Sep-2020, 11:49 AM
<p>Your throat aches and burns. It's painful to swallow. You know something is wrong, but how bad is it? Will it get better without antibiotics? Or will you need to visit the doctor?</p><p><br></p><p>This might start with a scratchy tickle at the back of your throat — or it could hit all&nbsp;at... Continue Reading
When do you really need to visit the physician for that sinus infection?
Category: COLD, SINUS INFECTIONPosted On: 23-Sep-2020, 11:32 AM
<p>Sneezing and a runny nose are annoying symptoms of the common cold. But when you add pain and pressure, there's a good chance you have a sinus infection. Many people feel that a cold is annoying but a sinus infection is something to be dreaded.</p><p><br></p><p>For millions of Americans, the... Continue Reading
Why concierge care is embraced by the masses?
Category: DIRECT PRIMARY CARE, CONCIERGE CAREPosted On: 24-Aug-2020, 12:41 PM
<p class="ql-align-justify">Nobody wants to spend hours in the waiting room, only to have a few quick minutes with the Physicians. It is very frustrating to wait for weeks or even months to see your practitioner. As per a recent survey, it was found that Americans wait around 24 days to see a new... Continue Reading
Benefits of Having a Primary Care Physician
<p>Like the comfort of going back to your childhood house, there’s a strong sense of reliability in having a primary care physician as your health “home.” Besides seeing a familiar face for your routine physician checkups, it’s nice and good to have someone to depend on when you come down with... Continue Reading
Nosocomial Infections and Doctors’ Vulnerability
<p> Nosocomial infections, also known as HAIs, are common infections within health care facilities and among health care workers. As a physician working in a primary care practice, urgent care, and the pediatric ED, I am not immune to such unprecedented and life-threatening situations at the... Continue Reading
My Journey To Keep My Sanity
<p class="ql-align-justify"> <span style="background-color: inherit;">In the first article of this two-part series, I discussed my experience with burnout and went on to analyze what I believe are three driving factors that are destroying our primary care system and its physician workforce.... Continue Reading
Direct Primary Care Is the Future of Primary Care
<p class="ql-align-justify"> Like many others, I entered one of the most challenging fields to date, so that one day I can learn to comprehend the human mind and body and provide care to the most innovative organism to set foot on this planet. Hence, I chose to study cell biology and neuroscience... Continue Reading
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