Treatment & Wellbeing

Stop the Snore

You might not know that you snore at night, but those that sleep close to you sure do. While complaints about snoring are not always kind or well received, they shouldn’t be taken lightly.


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The Back-to-School Checklist for Parents

Getting back into the swing of things is the hardest part of starting a new school year. It’s hard for parents and children alike, who have had months away from the scheduled days of classes, homework, and after-school practices.


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Care for Yourself While Caring for Others

Caring for an ill, aging, or disabled person can be a rewarding experience; however, informal caregivers often forget about the need to take care of themselves as well. Family or informal caregivers (caregivers who are not professionals) give free assistance with daily tasks like getting dressed or eating as well as transportation and grocery shopping. It can be overwhelming to take on the responsibility day in and day out, so it’s important to make sure you’re taking care of yourself as well.


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Making Allergy Season Bearable

It’s that time of year again. You’re sniffling, sneezing and trying to figure out if it’s a cold or allergies. But if this happens to you every year in the spring, chances are you’re one of about 50 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies.


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Why Physical Therapy Is A Good Idea

If you are one of the many people who have found themselves in the hospital recovering from a surgical procedure, healing from an injury or being treated for a disabling medical condition, you have likely been approached with the option of physical rehabilitation.


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When Should You Go To The Emergency Room?

When an emergency situation arises, you know you need medical care and you need it fast. But what happens when you’re not sure if it’s a true emergency? Emergency rooms are designed for just that: emergencies. But people coming to emergency rooms that don’t actually have an emergency are a growing trend. This leads to higher wait times and higher costs for health care than what could have been done more cost effectively by a primary care provider.


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