FEBRUARY- Heart Health Month

We are welcoming all new patients in our Bonita Springs location.
Conveniently located. Same day appointments. No waiting.
Call today! The Doctor will answer all your questions!

The color red in February is not only used for celebrating Valentine’s Day, but to bring awareness to the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States, heart disease.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.
The good news?  It is also one of the most preventable.
Heart disease, also called cardiovascular disease, is a collective term for an array of conditions that effect the heart and blood vessels, and can effect people of any age. Preventative measures include understanding your risk of developing the disease, maintaining a healthy weight and diet, managing stress, not smoking, getting a moderate amount of exercise 3-5 times per week, and more.

National Patient Recognition Week is observed February 1st to 7th to promote the culture of emphasizing patient satisfaction. The observance is about patient involvement being paramount. It serves as the week professionals in the healthcare field should re-commit to their pledge of human-centered and superior healthcare service delivery.

Are you experiencing a lack of access to care and communication at healthcare facilities?
Like many, the growing frustration is real.
Get the care you expect and deserve at DDC Health Care.
We care greatly about your care every day at DDC Health Care.
We pride ourselves on taking good care of you.

Dr. John Querci, D.O.
is now accepting new patients in our Bonita Springs office.

Whenever You Call You’ll Speak to the Doctor
Same Day Appointments with No Waiting

Comfortable Office Conveniently Located in Bonita Springs
Plenty of Parking and Covered Drop Off
Teleheath Visits Available
Pre-Op Exams
DOT and Employee Physicals



Sleep affects all aspects of your health. It is affected by everything that goes on in your mind, body and environment. Sleep makes up one-third of your life. Some people wish they could sleep less, thinking they’ll be able to be more productive or have more fun. Nothing is further from the truth! Sleep isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity. Sleep impacts all of your body systems – cardiovascular, muscular, nervous, endocrine, skeletal, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and the reproductive system. Sleep also affects metabolism, and is linked to weight gain and loss. Poor sleep also has been linked to cancer, injuries, poor brain health and even an increased risk of glaucoma.

Sleep disorders are abnormal patterns of sleep that can have a significant impact on a your physical and mental health, leading to a number of health problems; fatigue, irritability, poor concentration, and even depression. Doesn’t something this important deserve your attention?

If you have interrupted sleep, can’t sleep and/or have signs and symptoms of a sleep disorder, start with your primary care doctor to develop a plan of action to get a proper diagnose and treatment
so you can live your best life.