Pamela Q. Fernandes

Freelance Medical Writer

United States

Pamela Q. Fernandes is a doctor, author and medical writer. She has decade long experience as a freelance medical writer. She has worked with many medical publishing houses and doctors. For pharmaceuticals, hospitals and practices,
Pamela writes marketing medical copy. She specializes in training material for doctors and patient education material.
As an academic writer, she is a qualified writer of articles for medical journals, case reports and medical presentations.

Why Does My Knee Hurt? 10 Common Sources of Knee Pain

Maybe you're one of the 25% of the global adult population experiencing chronic knee pain? Even if you are currently pain-free, read on to find out how you may strengthen your knee joints and prevent damage before it's too late. We'll help you identify the reasons for your knee pain when it first starts and prevent further damage.


I had a few questions on the GDPR and thought I'll add my two bits. So this my way of explaining how GDPR will affect you. First this isn't something new. The GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION was signed in April 2016.

Executive Spine Surgery - Carl Spivak, MD
Spinal Injections: What Are They and How Do They Work?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that one million back injuries sustained at work account for 20% of all workplace-related injuries and illnesses. This is second only to the common cold. In general, about 80% of the population has suffered from back pain.

Jen Reviews
How High Heels Affect Your Body | Jen Reviews

High heels were an ancient invention designed for both men and women. However, as time passed, they came to be identified with women only. And some of these...

A Feeling Out Process - Radiology Today Magazine

A Feeling Out Process By Pamela Q. Fernandes, MD Radiology Today Vol. 20 No. 3 P. 16 Texture imaging is moving cancer assessment forward. In November 2018, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) hosted the Pancreas Cancer Symposium. For a disease with a grim prognosis and lack of research breakthroughs, alternative assessments are desperately sought.

Tru-Therapy Kitchen
Top 10 Tips for Cooking with Arthritis when you have a flare up

Living with arthritis can be challenging, especially on those days when you have a flare up. It becomes inconvenient when you feel you can no longer do things you enjoy and want to participate in. Preparing meals may seem particularly challenging for individuals living with arthritis due to the many demands involved.

Head & Neck Specialties
Your Guide to Botox Postcare and Aftercare

Of the 14.2 million cosmetic minimally-invasive procedures performed in the US, Botox remains one of the top 5. Botox softens the appearance of wrinkles by paralyzing the muscles. As a matter of fact, the FDA has now approved Botox as a treatment for migraines. Although it is minimally invasive, Botox aftercare plays a big role...

Jen Reviews
How to Prevent Waxing Infections?

According to a recent survey, the average woman spends approximately 30,000 dollars on waxing treatments in her lifetime. That's not surprising since waxing is the fourth most common minimally invasive procedure performed in both men and women. However, with the rise in waxing, doctors are warning about the increase in associated infections as well.