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Dealing with Sciatica Shooting Down the Leg?

Dealing with Sciatica Shooting Down the Leg

Don’t pay thousands for spinal decompression! By Compton Chiropractic Care – Sciatica is a pain that you would not want to wish on your worst enemy.  It is described as a sharp and shooting pain travels down the leg, but most people experiencing the symptoms will de-scribe it as a …

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Regain Your Mobility for A Better Quality of Life ACCELERATED KNEE REPLACEMENT RECOVERY NOW AVAILABLE IN FLORIDA!

Regain Your Mobility for A Better Quality of Life

If your knee has been damaged by injury or one of the three most common causes of chronic knee pain (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis) it may be hard for you to do simple things such as walking, climbing stairs or doing your favorite outdoor activities.  You may even …

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Dr. Anand Kesari Offers Innovative Full Spectrum Endoscopy Procedure

Innovative Full Spectrum Endoscopy Procedure

for  Improved Early Detection of Colon Cancer Gastro-Colon Clinic is one of the first in the nation to use EndoChoice’s Fuse™ endoscope system to reduce the ‘miss rate’ of lesions during colonoscopy Although colonoscopy exams prevent many colon cancer deaths1 and are the gold standard, for detecting colorectal cancers,2 the …

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This Thanksgiving, Try This

This Thanksgiving, Try This

By Alex Anderson I have this incredibly wealthy friend. Well, he’s wealthy by my standards anyhow. If I had to guess, his net worth  is somewhere north of say, a hundred million dollars. He’s also very  giving. One of the kindest people you’ll every meet. And he has, at times, …

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Vaccines and Stem Cells: Secret Weapons in the Fight Against Lung Disease

Vaccines and Stem Cells

By Cameron Kennerly – Staff Writer     Once a year around the end of October, the U.S. will enter flu season, sparking millions of parents and grandparents to pull their children kicking and screaming all the way to the doctor’s office. Although any needle is an unwelcomed one, we tolerate …

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The Real FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH: Blood Flow

The Real FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH: Blood Flow

Many experts determine one’s health on the mere presence (or lack of) disease in one’s body. However, a single snapshot any given moment isn’t necessarily the best indicator of your body’s true state of health. Our ability to heal – the foundation or true health, (as this is vital to …

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A Fungus Among Us

A Fungus Among Us

PinPointe® FootLaserTM is the only FDA-approved laser treatment for toenail fungus. Stop suffering the pain and embarrassment of unsightly nail fungus. PinPointe FootLaser is the easy and convenient procedure that helps turn your discolored and disfigured nails into clearer, healthier looking nails. Nail fungus can be both unattractive to look …

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Get Rid of Lumps, Bumps and Growths on Your Skin

Get Rid of Lumps, Bumps and Growths on Your Skin

There are several growths and lesions on the skin that are very common and benign (non cancerous). Lumps and bumps such as moles, skin growths (cysts, angiomas, milia, skin tags, warts and lipomas), and darkened spots like freckles are very common growths on the body, face and scalp. Moles: Moles …

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InterCommunity Cancer Center Honors Breast Cancer Patients and Survivors During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

InterCommunity Cancer Center

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time set aside every year to focus on increasing awareness of breast cancer. It’s also a special time to honor the 2.8 million women in the U.S. living with the disease, as well as to remember the 40,290 who died from it last year. …

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ONE-ON-ONE Physical and Occupational Therapy

Wim Vergauwen, Certified Manual Therapist

Physical therapy is treatment designed to help people live a full, active life: to move easily through their required activities as pain-free as possible.  Physical therapists are trained to evaluate individual problems, interpret how the body adapts to those problems, and to provide treatments that help prevent further injury. Physical therapists …

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Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain

By Compton Chiropractic Care Shoulder pain affected 14 million people in 2003, and that number has increased as the population has aged.  Today estimates suggest that shoulder pain affects 49% percent of the population in America over the age of 60. A large majority of those affected will seek a …

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Viscosupplementation Remarkable Results with a Simple Injection to Relieve Knee Pain

Viscosupplementation Remarkable Results with a Simple Injection to Relieve Knee Pain

By Physicians Rehabilitation Your Knees Walking, standing and exercising put a lot of strain on our knees. For example, a person that weighs 150 lbs. walking up a flight of stairs will put approximately 500lbs of pressure on their knees with each step. Not only is the knee the most …

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TOPICAL PAIN RELIEF COMPOUNDS: TARGETED TREATMENT – RAPID RECOVERY

TOPICAL PAIN RELIEF COMPOUNDS: TARGETED TREATMENT – RAPID RECOVERY

Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing personalized medications for patients. Compounded medications are “made from scratch” – individual ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage form required by the patient. This method allows the compounding pharmacist to work with the patient and the prescriber …

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Brest Cancer

Breast cancer starts when cells in the breast begin to grow out of control. These cells usually form a tumor that can often be seen on an x-ray or felt as a lump. The tumor is malignant (cancerous) if the cells can grow into (invade) surrounding tissues or spread (metastasize) to …

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Heart Attack Symptoms – How to Recognize a Medical Emergency with Dr. T.E. Vallabhan

Heart Attack Symptoms

Chest pain can happen to anyone and is fairly common. Differentiating between various types of chest pain can still be Most heart attacks start slowly, with mild discomfort or pain however, other heart attacks are rapid and intense. Is it a heart attack? Indigestion? Or something different altogether? Dr. Vallabhan, …

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