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How To Stay Healthy & Fit After 50

How To Stay Healthy & Fit After 50

Protect Your Joints With Safe, Appropriate Exercise By John C. Kagan, M.D. – Baby boomers are redefining what it means to age gracefully by pushing the boundaries and setting the example for what can be accomplished, especially in fitness. Consider Arthur Gilbert, the world’s oldest triathlete at 91, or Don Pelman, 97, a record-breaking sprinter.  Linda Brown was 63 when …

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VAX-D

VAX-D

VAX-D (Vertebral Axial Decompression) is a revolutionary, non-invasive treatment for patients who suffer from chronic low back pain, as well as leg pain and numbness caused from herniated or degenerated discs and posterior facet syndrome. Patients who have had back surgery, yet continue to experience low back pain and/or sciatica pain, may also be candidates for VAX-D. Physicians Rehabilitation understands …

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Don’t Have Unnecessary Knee Surgery

Don’t Have Unnecessary Knee Surgery

By Physicians Rehabilitation – Osteoarthritis of the knee is a chronic and degenerative condition that has no cure, but the pain can be controlled. If you or someone you love suffers with OA, there is a non-surgical option that has been proven to provide long lasting relief from the pain. Treatment with Hyalgan® can relieve the osteoarthritis knee pain that …

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A New Beginning This Summer with New Beginnings hCG Weight-loss Protocol

By Sharon C Sullivan, Clinic Director, New Beginnings hCG Clinics SW Florida – Part of Nova Medical SWF, Inc. – School is out for the summer and the seasonal crush of tourists and snowbirds has slowed. Summertime and the living is easy, at least it would be easy if you just weighed xxx less (you fill in the blank) pounds. …

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Are the “Healthy” Foods You Eat Making You Sick?

Healthy-Foods

By Yollo Wellness – Do you or someone you love suffer from a chronic conditions like digestive issues, migraines, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, autoimmune disorders, ADHD, or acid reflux? Have you tried numerous traditional treatments and medications without getting lasting relief from the symptoms? It’s time for a new, natural, total body wellness approach. It’s time to take critical steps …

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Left Untreated, a Hearing Impairment Causes Safety Concerns

By W.L. “Hunter” Huntley, III, HAS, BC-HIS – The month of June is designated as National Safety month. In keeping with this and promoting safety, one simple yet important thing for each of us to do is ensure our hearing is up to par. Impaired hearing can easily create dangerous situations for both the effected person and those around them. …

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Dr. Jonathan Frantz Selected to America’s Top Ophthalmologists for 2013

Local Cataract and LASIK Specialist Jonathan M. Frantz, MD, FACS, has been selected for inclusion in the new 2013 Edition of the “Guide to America’s Top Ophthalmologists.”  This is Dr. Frantz’s eighth year to earn this honor from the Consumers’ Research Council of America, an independent research company based in Washington, DC, that evaluates professional services throughout America.  The selection …

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Read This Before You Have Knee Replacement Surgery

Read This Before You Have Knee Replacement Surgery

By Dr Robert Gilliland B.S., D.C., DM(P) – So you’ve worked hard all your life dreaming of the day you could retire in Florida and spend your days playing golf or tennis. However, crippling knee pain is keeping you on the sideline.  If you are taking Celebrex or considering knee surgery please understand that there is a natural alternative. Maybe …

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Gum Lift Surgery for Gingival Recession Treatment

Gum Lift Surgery for Gingival Recession Treatment

By Juan Teodoro, D.M.D. – Exposed tooth roots are the result of gum recession. Gum recession is a common dental problem found in nearly 15% of the adult population. There are many causes of gum recession, including periodontal disease, aggressive tooth brushing, anatomic susceptibility and tooth position. Other factors such as genetics and teeth grinding have been identified as contributors …

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Burning, Tingling, Stabbing Pain – Understanding the Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

Understanding the Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

By Adam Shuster, DO – Pain Management Consultants of SWFL – Peripheral neuropathy is a common cause of pain across a wide spectrum of patients.  Many patients are familiar with diabetic neuropathy.  Neuropathic pain is often described as burning, tingling, stabbing, and is often worse at night.  Patients may also suffer from numbness of the feet or legs.  The symptoms …

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