In The Magazine

Everyone is at Risk for Tendonitis

Everyone is at Risk for Tendonitis

By Laura C. Reese, D.O. – Now that the ice and snow have stopped, people of all ages are smitten with spring fever.  From the organized spring and summer sports teams, to the “weekend warrior” athletes, to the avid gardners and flower bed enthustiasts. EVERYONE is at risk for tendonitits. If you do too much, too fast for too long, …

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HEEL PAIN – Plantar Fasciitis

HEEL PAIN

By Dr. Brian K. Bailey, Podiatric Physician & Surgeon – Do your first few steps out of bed in the morning cause severe pain in your heel? Or does your heel hurt after jogging or playing tennis? Most commonly, heel pain is caused by inflammation of the plantar fascia— the tissue along the bottom of your foot that connects your …

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May 28th – National Senior Health & Fitness Day

National Senior Health & Fitness Day

100,000 older adults will participate in activities at more than 1,000 locations throughout the U.S. As we celebrate National Senior Health & Fitness Day. The common goal for this day: to help keep older Americans healthy and fit. Always set for the last Wednesday in May, National Senior Health & Fitness Day is the nation’s largest annual health promotion event …

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ask the doctor….

ask the doctor.

By Tri-State Primary Care and Grayson Health Park – Do you have chest pain, shortness of breath, tired, even after heart surgery or stents; have a heart disease or Congestive Heart Failure; then you need to know about the treatment that could let you have your life back. Here, Dr. Sanjiv Gupta offers answers to some of the most commonly …

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Just Two Choices…

Two Choices I can still picture the camp director standing on the stage.  He had a thick, Southern drawl, and seemed larger than life as he opened his Bible and began to teach.  I enjoyed listening to the man, but I never imagined that well over a decade later, his words would still be so fresh in my mind.  “There’s …

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Stop Living with Erectile Dysfunction

Stop Living with Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is more common than many men realize; in fact, ED affects more than 50 percent of men over the age of 40. ED can often be a sign of other medical problems and its incidence increases dramatically in patients with conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, obesity, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. …

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MEDICALLY SUPERVISED WEIGHT LOSS

MEDICALLY SUPERVISED WEIGHT LOSS

By Tri-State Primary Care and Grayson Health Park – Are you tired of being overweight? Do you feel unhealthy, with extra weight hurting your knees? Are you on medicines for diabetes, high blood pressure, gout, etc.? If you have tried everything else, and failed, maybe it’s time you thought about something that really works: our health wellness and lifestyle changing …

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EXILIS

EXILIS

At our clinic, we either use injectable MIC (Methionine, Inositil, Choline, Vitamins B6/B12) along with a health  and wellness program, or more popularly, start you on a food program along with change of habits and life style. Along with that we also provide Phentermine Diet Pills. Phentermine works by stimulating the brain and affecting certain neurotransmitters to decrease appetite effectively …

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Basics for Being Healthy

Basics for Being Healthy

By Gary D. Dillon, DC – Let’s dive right in to the meat of the subject. The following will be a summary of the core things you need to achieve optimal health.  Notice I said optimal not perfect health.  Once you destroy your innate ability to adapt in many cases it’s too late.  Remember, chronic diseases develop; they are not …

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Do You Have Cataracts?

Do You Have Cataracts

Cataracts cause the lens of the eye to become cloudy. At first they may not affect your vision at all, but as they become larger your vision will become increasingly blurred – it will be like looking through frosted glass all the time – until eventually you may lose all your functional vision in your affected eye(s). You may also …

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Care and Prevention of Nosebleeds

Care and Prevention of Nosebleeds

Nosebleeds (epitaxes) are extremely common. In fact, up to 70 percent of Americans have experienced at least one in their lifetime. Nosebleeds can occur at any age, but are most common in children age 2 to 10 and adults age 50 to 80. Why are nosebleeds so common? The nose contains many tiny blood vessels that are broken easily. Simple …

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Physical Therapy Offers Natural Relief for Tension Headaches

Physical Therapy

There are many different types of headaches, with just as many causes. Most headaches are harmless and resolve on their own; although severe headaches that recur frequently can affect your ability to do your daily activities and can reduce your quality of life. There is effective treatment for almost every type of headache. The challenge lies in determining the type …

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Considering Breast Augmentation?

Considering Breast Augmentation

You’re not alone. Each year, more than a quarter of a million women choose to have a breast augmentation. Their reasons are quite varied but, generally, fall into one of three broad categories: Correcting an abnormality: It is not uncommon for women to have variance in breast size. Usually the difference is not noticeable. However, some women may have a …

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Living Sober after Addiction

Living Sober after Addiction

By Robert L. Vinson II, BSS, MA, CDCA and Lori Ellis, Clinical Director – LICDC – Living sober means maintaining recovery while making life-affirming changes. Addiction destroys our ability to be healthy and productive. A sober recovery diminishes the chances of relapse by using the foundation of the recovery process to continually address problems or successes in self-affirming ways. Living …

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Making Your Wishes Known

Making Your Wishes Known

By Beth Taylor, Marketing & Community Outreach, Community Hospice – It doesn’t matter how young or how old you are, everyone should have a living will.  You may be in an accident, have surgery, or become suddenly ill.  Does your family know what you want if you are unable to speak for yourself? Although end-of-life care is never an easy …

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