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  • Healing, Comfort and Hope Meet Modern Technologies

    As an interventional physiatrist, C. Lan Fotopoulos, M.D. specializes in minimally-invasive and interventional procedures for back, neck, hip, shoulder and knee pain. Story by Ann Butenas    |    Sponsored Content If hip, neck, back, shoulder or knee pain are chronically weighing you down, then you should strongly consider the medical services of Dr. C. Lan Fotopoulos with Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics, ...
  • Innovative Approaches to Patient Rehabilitation with MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital

    Because each body is different, each rehabilitation is different. STORY BY ANN BUTENAS  |  SPONSORED CONTENT It can happen at any time and in any place. One minute things are normal… and the next minute something happens which completely and unexpectedly changes your trajectory. Whether from a stroke, car accident, fall or other injury or illness, life can become quite fragile. However, we can ...
  • Fortitude

    A Patient’s Journey with a Labral Tear by Jay Rapley, M.D. Sponsored Content “Dr. Rapley and the care team at Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists have restored my faith in patient care. From the moment Dr. Rapley interacts with you as a patient, you can tell he genuinely cares about helping you get back to the activities you enjoy doing or need ...
  • July is National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness & Prevention Month

    Story by Jeanie Edgmon Cleft and craniofacial conditions affect thousands of infants, children, teens, and adults each year. Many are present at birth and represent a diverse group of conditions with innumerable variations. These differences are perhaps among the most sensitive as an individual’s face is one of the most personal features of the body and many can have considerable ...
  • Ask The Doctor

    Artificial Disc Replacement Faster Recoveries and Fewer Complications Compared to Fusions Story by Ann Butenas Traditionally, spinal pain that has not resolved itself through non-invasive approaches of treatment has been treated with spinal fusion surgery. This is a surgical technique that joins two or more vertebrae of the spine into one, eliminating the motion that occurs between them. The removal ...
  • Psoriasis Awareness

    Story by Cheri Woodsmall When Michelle* was 4 years old, she was diagnosed with psoriasis. She was, of course, too young to understand her diagnosis at first. Instead, it affected her mother the most. She took Michelle to see dermatologists and tried different medications and home remedies. Her mother taught her sisters how to apply the topical medications in case ...
  • Why You Should Prioritize Hydration This Summer

    Story by Annie Eller, RD LD   |   contact@annieellerrd.com Proper hydration is important year round, but we should be especially diligent about it during the summer months. Drinking enough might seem like a simple enough habit, but it’s not uncommon for adults and adolescents to be chronically dehydrated. According to the CDC, from 2005-2010, adolescents in the U.S. only ...
  • Life Unexpected

    The Many Ways COVID-19 Has Impacted Our Lives Story by Jeanie Edgmon It was just over a year ago that the world shuttered its windows and locked its doors. The moment was so surreal that Salvador Dali’s “The Persistence of Memory” and the famous melting clocks signifying the omnipresence of time and its mastery over human beings felt prophetic. We ...
  • Much More Than A Store…

    It’s A Story! I pulled a beautiful jacket out of the box and smiled. I remember when Mom and I went shopping and she tried this on. She looked great, but she thought it was too expensive. Growing up in the Depression meant that almost anything not handmade was too expensive. I told her that she deserved a splurge and ...
  • World Hepatitis Day

    Story by Cheri Woodsmall At age 26, Lisa* began experiencing nausea, fatigue, and abdominal pain. “I kept wondering why I was so darned tired. Was it because I had been working at least two to three double shifts a week and had a young child? I was young, I shouldn’t    have been so tired,” she recalled. Soon she could ...

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