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Your Pain is All In Your Head

By Dan Saylor, PT Physiology- the study of our body processes- tells us that there is a normal healing cycle for almost every tissue. Nerves grow one millimeter a day. Bones take about eight weeks to heal. Other soft tissues take up to twelve weeks to heal. Scar tissue takes up to a year or more before it finally becomes mature. …

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Our Father

By Jodi Thomas When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, Jesus said those famous words, “Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. . . “  Jesus taught many things, but one thing that set Him apart was his teaching that God is our Heavenly Father.  That word. . . that title. . . Father.  It …

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Improve Balance, Stability and Walking Pattern to Help PREVENT FALLS

Free Assessments at TriStar StoneCrest Hospital Physical Therapy Conference Room in Smyrna on Friday, May 15, 2015, 7 p.m. – Physical and Occupational Therapists are invited for Continuing Education, 5-9 p.m., May 15th. Different medical conditions leave people faced with significant mobility impairment. A new technology known as “Stance Control” is now being offered in Middle Tennessee along with the …

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Allergy Season – Seniors Plus More Can Lend a Helping Hand

It is that time of year again when allergies sneak up and take action. We all know how annoying and inconvenient allergies can be. The effects of allergies are at different strengths in different people; some effects being minor and some being unbearable. We aren’t doctors, and we can’t clear those up for you but we can make the allergy season …

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Do You Really Need a Will?

By Richard K. Smith, Attorney-At-Law I am often asked by people, “Why do I need a will?” There is no simple answer to this question. It varies depending upon age, assets, and whether or not you are married or have children. Most people do need a will. If you don’t have a will, then you will not have any say-so over …

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When you want to do great things for God and He asks you to keep on being a mom

Maybe your girlhood dreams resembled mine… . Rescue orphans like Amy Carmichael . Lead a jungle tribe to Christ like Elisabeth Elliot . Adopt fourteen girls in Uganda like Katie Davis Or maybe your dreams have just recently developed… . Reach women with the written word . Fight to end human trafficking . Start a non-profit . Go into full-time …

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Integrated Women’s Health

By Lisa Webb, D.Psy, MPH and Kenith L. Robins, PhD In researching the topic of “Integrated Women’s Health” I found that the majority of peer reviewed scholarly publications primarily surrounded issues related to infertility/fertility treatment, other gynecologic surgical issues, obstetric care spanning preconception counseling, gestation and delivery to postpartum services and menopause management. While all these concerns are important, it …

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National Women’s Health Week, May 10-16, 2015

National Women’s Checkup Day, May 11, 2015 T. Taylor Minchey, Nurse Practitioner, Indian Lake Medical Weight Loss & Wellness, Pllc When was the last time you visited a doctor for a checkup? Do you know what, if any, health risks run in your family? How often should you get a pap smear? The 16th annual National Women’s Health Week kicks …

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Lasting Relief for Daily Back Pain

By Comprehensive Pain Specialists Nearly 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, defined as pain that lasts longer than six months. Chronic pain can be mild or excruciating, episodic or continuous, merely inconvenient or totally incapacitating. With chronic pain, signals of pain remain active in the nervous system for months or even years. This can take both a physical and emotional …

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Vaccines and Stem Cells: Weapons against Lung Disease

By David Ebner, Staff Writer Every fall, the billboards and television commercials urging you to get a flu shot start to creep into the national narrative. Many people have reservations about the flu vaccine; some state it causes headaches and even engages flu-like symptoms. However, the statistics strongly support the flu vaccination over trying to tough it out, especially for …

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Is There a Way to Detect Oral Cancer in Early Stages?

By Jaime A. Romero, Jr., D.D.S. Over 40,000 Americans are diagnosed with oral cancer every year, and sadly, the recovery rate is the worst out of all other forms of cancer. This is perhaps due to the fact that oral cancer is not usually discovered until it is late into the development stage. With ever improving technology, can oral surgeons hope …

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Professional Baseball Player Xavier Avery with the Detroit Tigers used ARP to Enhance Performance

By Dr. Sharon Roth, Roth Wellness & Chiropractic FDA approved for over 15 years, until recently ARP Wave technology has been available almost exclusively to professional athletes. NFL players like Chicago Bears Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall used the ARP Wave in the 2013 NFL season to heal from injury, keep them in the game and operate at peak performance. …

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Injury Prevention for Runners

By Adam Carter, PT Ahh…the runner! What a curious collection of soles (pun intended)! A fascinating addictive personality, mixed with O.C.D., Type A, and a dash of abstinence. As a result of these endearing traits, the runner is predisposed to injury. Sure, it’s a cheap, easy, super-efficient form of exercise, but in being so, has a high propensity for injury. Early …

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Dr. Phyllis Townsend Shares How Vaccines Save Lives

By Phyllis Townsend, M.D. Vaccines have been a hot topic in the news lately because of the recent measles outbreak. A growing number of parents have increased worries over immunizations, despite the medical community confirming the safety and benefits of vaccines. Dr. Phyllis Townsend, a pediatrician in Franklin, TN, is concerned about recent trends that leave children unprotected from potentially …

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“YOUR CHILD IS DEAF.” The day Songs for Sound began.

By Jaime Vernon, Founder/Director, Songs for Sound “My little girl–only 14 months old—is DEAF” Jaime, and her husband Kevin thought. All those times she wouldn’t stop crying when I whispered “sh, sh, sh, sh” as I rocked her back and forth, or when I CRIED because she wouldn’t put her head on my shoulder when I sang to her. I …

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Celiac Disease

By William Norris, M.D., FACG – Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease which is triggered by the ingestion of gluten. It is a chronic disease and can be diagnosed during infancy or adulthood. Celiac disease affects 1 in every 150 Americans. The disease occurs largely in individuals with northern European decent, however recent studies have shown that African Americans, Hispanics, …

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Diagnosed with ADHD…at Age 35!

ADHD at Age 35

By Jason B. Bour, CLC  – The best place to begin talking about ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is to share my own personal experience. I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was 35 years old. Before that, I was characterized as lazy, unmotivated, irresponsible, etc. Regretfully, due to years of undiagnosed ADHD, my self-esteem suffered, I had credit problems, …

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New Lasers Help Those Suffering with Hair Loss and Thin Fine Hair

New Lasers Help Those Suffering with Hair Loss and Thin Fine Hair

By Michael Ramsey, MBA/HCM, PAI Medical Clinic Director – What is Low Level Laser Therapy? Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a proven non-surgical technology using low level light energy to treat and control hair loss. This technology has been seen on many T.V. shows and more recently on the Nashville based show “The Doctors” hosted by Nashville’s Dr. Travis …

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Should Wisdom Teeth be Removed Before They Become a Problem?

Should Wisdom Teeth be Removed

By Dr. Randall LeDuke, DDS Wisdom teeth are the third set of molar teeth that usually mature and erupt into the mouth sometime around late adolescence to early adulthood. Proactive removal of wisdom teeth from the mouths of young people has been a sort of “rite of passage” to adulthood for decades. Kids get to a certain age and then …

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Challenging the Status Quo with Stem Cells

By Cara Tompot, Staff Writer Looking back on history, we remember a time when women didn’t have the rights that they do now. Prior to 1919, women didn’t have any way to express their thoughts and desires through public policy. Thanks to first-wave feminists questioning the status quo, 1920 marked the first year that women could vote. This social change marked …

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