A Personalized Approach to Family Medicine with Dr. Wendling

Families in the High Point and west Greensboro area can now receive care from a new family Nicholas Wendling, DOmedicine physician at LeBauer Primary Care at MedCenter High Point. Dr. Nicholas Wendling joined the primary care team on Aug. 14.

Wendling enjoys seeing both adults and children and being able to build relationships with families. He also appreciates the fact that each day is different due to treating the wide variety of issues in a family medicine practice.  

“My medical training taught me that there are often variable approaches that can be taken to treat some diseases,” says Wendling. “That helps me take into account each patient’s individual needs and preference when discussing treatment options with the patient.”

“I try to create an environment where patients feel comfortable and confident to voice their concerns, and I encourage them to ask questions and share what is on their mind,” says Wendling.

Personalized care is at the heart of Wendling’s practice philosophy; however, he also realizes some healthy habits can benefit everyone. “Health and wellness start in the kitchen,” says Wendling. “Food choices are very important, especially as we get older.”

Wendling also encourages regular exercise and says any amount of physical activity is better than none. Personally, he is dedicated to weight lifting and likes to play basketball.

Wendling received his medical degree from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his internship and residency in family medicine at Metro Health Hospital in Michigan.

In his free time, Wendling loves to travel, read, and listen to podcasts. He recently began learning Korean as a second language.

Want to Make An Appointment?

Wendling is accepting new patients of all ages. You can make an appointment through our convenient online form or by calling 336-884-3800.

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