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LIFT….Don’t Fall into the New Fall Season!


By Terrell Clinic & Aesthetics With today’s new techniques available, our patient’s at Terrell Aesith today’s new techniques available, our patient’s at Terrell Aesthetics have additional treatment options to treat fine lines and wrinkles, tone and lift sagging skin, and diminish the unwanted look of aging. Most procedures include activating the body’s response to stimulate the patient’s own collagen production. ... Read More »

What is Tendinitis?

What is Tendinitis

By Raines Foot Clinic – Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon. Tendons are thick cords of tissue that connect muscles to bone. Achilles tendinitis, or an inflammation of the Achilles tendon, is one of the most common causes of foot or ankle pain. Other types of foot/ankle tendinitis include posterior tibial tendinitis and peroneal tendinitis. Causes Tendinitis can result ... Read More »

Challenging the Status Quo with Stem Cells

Challenging the Status Quo with Stem Cells

By Cara Tompot 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. As a result of first-wave feminists such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony questioning the status quo, 1920 marked the ... Read More »

George A. Smith and Sons Celebrating 85 Years of Service

George A. Smith and Sons Celebrating 85 Years of Service

Since we opened our doors in 1930, George A. Smith and Sons has been privileged to serve the Jackson Community and surrounding area. Our founder, Mr. George A. Smith, believed in unexcelled service to all the families that we have the privilege to serve, a constant in how we still operate our company. Over the years, we have seen Jackson ... Read More »

Resources for Amputees

By Teresa Caruso, CFOM Human Technology, Inc. Prosthetics and Orthotics Group is available for inspiring amputees to live an active life with advanced prosthetic devices for all types of amputations, including partial feet and hands, and breast. Our caring staff supports and educates the patient, caregiver, family and medical team on the entire process from the beginning, with continued service ... Read More »

Five Items You Need for Hot Yoga

Five Items You Need for Hot Yoga

For many yoga enthusiasts, hot yoga has become a favorite fitness routine. These steamy yoga classes are springing up everywhere and feature traditional yoga poses set in a sultry, high humidity environment that are reported to be invigorating besides just plain hot. Although the American Council on Exercise has conducted a study which showed that these classes are safe, there ... Read More »

Balancing Life

Balancing Life

By Rev. J. Keith Long, Minister of Fulton 1st United Methodist Church, Fulton, KY Do you live a balanced life? When your life seems to be running smoothly and everything is happening just like you like, you may not give much thought to what it means. When you seem to be at wits end, you may be thinking there must ... Read More »

Having Friends Can Keep Your Brain Healthy

Having Friends Can Keep Your Brain Healthy

There are several lifestyle habits aging adults can use to combat or prevent memory loss, including regular exercise, eating a healthy diet, and doing such brain-stimulating activities as puzzles. Another way to prevent memory loss is through regular social engagement. While scientists aren’t yet sure why social activity prevents memory loss and dementia, there have been several recent studies to ... Read More »

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST) – What Does This Mean?

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST)

GISTs are tumors that develop in the smooth muscle wall of the gastrointestinal tract (GI). They are most commonly located in the stomach and small intestine but can occur anywhere in the GI tract. These tumors account for one to three percent of all stomach cancers. GISTs rarely occur in the esophagus, colon, or rectum. These tumors typically occur after ... Read More »

Making Your Health Insurance Work for YOU and Your Leg Pain!

Health Insurance Work for YOU

Presented by West Tennessee Vein Center When performed for medical reasons, varicose vein treatment is covered by many insurance companies. The removal of spider veins, usually done for cosmetic reasons, is not generally covered by insurance. Check with your insurance company to determine which treatment options are covered under your plan. Insurance Information Most carriers (including Medicare) provide coverage for the ... Read More »

Terrell Clinic & Aesthetics

Terrell Clinic

Precision Beauty By Terrell Clinic & Aesthetics There are several different New Laser technologies being used in Aesthetics today. Many procedures are known as Laser Treatments when in fact they are not lasers at all. Making use of the word “Laser” has become very common, nonspecific and sometimes confusing. Therefore, the definition frequently depends on the description and method of ... Read More »

Listen Up! Questioning Hearing Aids?

Questioning Hearing Aids

Out of the 37 million Americans with hearing loss, only 12 million are wearing hearing aids! With the hearing aid tech nology available today, that statistic is hard to believe. So why is it that more people have not sought help? Unfortunately, for some, hearing aids continue to have a stigma attached to them that they are only for the ... Read More »

The Robotic Doctor Will See You Now – Henry County Medical Center adding another robotic surgery option to its lineup in patient care

The Robotic Doctor Will See You Now

Just four years ago, when you walked into the surgeon’s office, you weren’t expecting to go under the knife of anyone or anything other than the surgeon you were seeing for your problem.  Yet, in 2012, HCMC became one of the few rural hospitals to purchase and begin offering robotic surgery options for hysterectomies, prostatectomies, and other surgical issues with ... Read More »

Send Your Kids Back to School with Their Vaccines Up to Date

Vaccines Up to Date

Back-to-school season is here. Time for parents to gather school supplies and back packs. It’s also the perfect time to make sure your kids are up-to-date on their vaccines. Getting children all of the vaccines recommended by CDC’s immunization schedule is one of the most important things parents can do to protect their children’s health—and that of classmates and the ... Read More »

Back to School Independence for Special Needs Kids

Back to School Independence for Special Needs Kids

Hands Free Walking among Neuromotor Impaired Children By Teresa Caruso, CFOM Murphy’s Orthopedics & Foot Care, part of the Human Technology, Inc. Prosthetics and Orthotics Group, recognizes children have different needs based on their disability and medical condition. Every walker or device is not always appropriate for each individual child, parent and physical therapist when trying to achieve the best functional ... Read More »

BLEPHAROPLASTY Your Eyes-Your Paradise

By Charles F. Fatseas, M.D. – Your eyes are the first thing people notice about you. They are the most remarkable and dynamic area of the human face. Our eyes show a vast array of emotion. When others look at you, do they see eyes that look puffy and tired or sadness and lacking vigor? Is there the sparkle of ... Read More »

Revive – Survivorship Educational Series

Revive - Survivorship Educational Series

Kirkland Cancer Center’s Nurse Practitioner, Nekayeh Carothers If you or a loved one is facing a cancer diagnosis, connecting with evidence-based resources, education, and even others on the same journey can be a source of support and comfort. WHAT IS A SURVIVORSHIP EDUCATIONAL SERIES? The Kirkland Cancer Center is pleased to announce The Revive Survivorship Educational Series.  This educational series ... Read More »

Getting a Child’s (and Parent’s!) Mental Health in Shape for a Great Start to the School Year

Getting a Child’s (and Parent’s!) Mental Health in Shape for a Great Start to the School Year

By Lisa Webb, D.Psy, MPH and Kenith L. Robins, PhD The school year is upon us and kids will be returning to academics once again. Parents will be adjusting to the back to school season with all that the transition brings. There may be stress, exhaustion, lack of sleep, busyness, chaos, and irritation, but there may also be optimism, excitement, ... Read More »

Roth Wellness is happy to announce the addition of ARP wave therapy.

Roth Wellness is happy to announce the addition of ARP wave therapy.

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. ... Read More »

Premium Level Premium Lifestyle

Premium Level Premium Lifestyle

What is THRIVE? The THRIVE Experience is a lifestyle plan to help individuals experience and reach peak physical and mental levels. You’re going to live, look, and feel Ultra Premium like never before!  Results from the THRIVE Experience are high impact, and can slightly differ for everyone – depending on which areas of your lifestyle need the most help – ... Read More »

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