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Learn How You Can Freeze Your Fat Away with CoolSculpting

Learn How You Can Freeze Your Fat Away with CoolSculpting

You’ve probably heard about CoolSculpting from magazines, online, social media, or perhaps on a television program. The reason that its popularity has grown exponentially over the past few years is because of the results that it provides. Sure you can go to many different locations all across the West Coast of Florida and receive the Cool-Sculpting procedure, but at Physician Body …

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Total Eye Care… for a Lifetime of Better Vision

By Jonathan M. Frantz, MD, FACS, Medical Director, Frantz EyeCare Many of my patients have told me that they are so excited that they found an eye care practice that offers them true Total Eye Care. Previously they had spent several days going to different doctors’ offices for the various treatments they needed – one office to get their glasses …

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Knee Pain? Back Pain? Neck Pain? No More!

Knee Pain

Non Surgical Procedures Options To Relieve Pain By Physicians Rehabilitation Physicians Rehabilitation specializes in relieving knee, back, and neck pain through the least invasive non-surgical  methods known in the modern medical field. Physicians Rehabilitation physical therapists design a unique program for each patient that requires two or three sessions a week. Committed to alleviating your neck or back pain using …

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Spring Cleaning Mental Prep

Spring Cleaning Mental Prep

Spring is just around the corner! Sadly, it’s also time to start thinking about how you will fit all those big, time-consumingspring cleaning jobs into your life. Consider trying out MaidPro’s 49-Point Checklist for your recurring cleaning services (after you have purged and organized) and let them handle the tougher jobs listed below. Purge and organize small storage areas (closets, …

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FEBRUARY IS TINNITUS AWARENESS MONTH!

FEBRUARY IS TINNITUS AWARENESS MONTH!

A FREE TINNITUS ASSESSMENT CAN HELP YOU UNDERSTAND THE NEWEST TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR THOSE SUFFERING WITH TINNITUS (RINGING EARS) By Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology Services Tinnitus is the perception of a sound that has no external source. Some of the more common sounds reported are: ringing, humming, buzzing, and cricket-like. It can also be a combination of sounds, and …

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Do you suffer with Fecal Incontinence?

Do you suffer with Fecal Incontinence?

By Joseph Gauta, MD, FACOG As infants and toddlers, our bowel movements are a cause for celebration bringing relief to parents and grandparents alike. But as we age, these natural bodily functions become a source of embarrassment and even shame for those who suffer with fecal incontinence. According to Joseph Gauta, MD, FACOG, a board certified physician specializing in the …

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Integrative Approach to Women’s Heart Health

Integrative Approach to Women’s Heart Health

According to the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, accounting for 1 in 4 female deaths.* This alarming statistic is what led Physicians Regional Cardiologist, Dr. Sarah deLeon Mansson, to take a special interest in women’s heart health. She recognizes that there are fundamental differences in the way heart disease symptoms are …

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Antarctica – You Can be on the Top of the Bottom of the World

Antarctica - You Can be on the Top of the Bottom of the World

One of the most remote travel destinations on earth has less than 40,000 visitors per year, and yet ranks one of the highest on travel aficionado’s lists. Connecting with exquisite uncharted territory one on one, and observing unique wildlife that only a few have seen with their own eyes is what draws so many hearts to Antarctica. It’s so select that …

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Really? Chiropractic … Who Knew?

Really? Chiropractic … Who Knew?

Would you think to see a Chiropractor for heart health? By Dr Deanna Barbaro When it comes to health or disease prevention, heart health is foremost on our minds. It is a well-known fact that cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. For most, prevention means diet and exercise. For the researched few, incorporation …

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Heart-Healthy Tips for Older Adults

Heart-Healthy Tips for Older Adults

By Greg Pascucci February is American Heart Month, a federally designated observance to remind Americans to focus on their hearts, a key to leading a longer, healthier life. According to the National Institutes of Health, while aging does not itself cause heart failure, it does lower the threshold for manifestation of the disease. Below are a few tips on how you …

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