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The Public Workshop Series: Exclusive Opportunities To Explore One-Self In Relation To Others

Dr. David Grabau, Psychologist Dr. Grabau explains, “I think of my work as a way of helping patients make friends with themselves. I believe that we torture ourselves by holding onto memories that are painful. We play endless ‘tape recordings’ in our minds that create anxiety, depression or compulsive behaviors. …

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Looking & Feeling Your Best Over The Holidays: The Secret Your Gynecologist Wants You to Know

The Secret Your Gynecologist Wants You to Kn

Dr. Vahora, MD, FACOG The Holidays are filled with events, family dinners, parties, and pictures. Who doesn’t want to look good and feel appreciated and desired? It’s not just about having the perfect dress or the ideal hairstyle. A common condition that plagues women is hormonal imbalance. When hormones are disrupted, …

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Numerous Diseases and Disorders Are Linked to Leaky Gut

Numerous Diseases and Disorders Are Linked to Leaky Gut

Robert Martinez, DC The evidence is so compelling for Leaky Gut Syndrome’s ability to dismantle the immune system and cause numerous illnesses and disorders, that now even many physicians in western medicine are recognizing it as a dangerous condition and trying to find suitable treatment options for their patients. Leaky …

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Chronic Joint Pain & Injuries: You Have Other Options

Chronic Joint Pain & Injuries: You Have Other Options

Chronic joint pain affects millions of people. Whether the issue stems from trauma, injury, arthritis or other disorders, living with pain in your joints, shoulders, hips, back, or neck leaves many individuals unable to focus on much else in their lives. Common forms of therapies and methods for pain management include …

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Healthy Skin: You Have Many Options, But Salt is Proving to be the Next Anti-Aging Facial Phenomenon

Healthy Skin

Because our skin is the largest organ throughout our bodies, taking care of it should be more of a priority than most individuals realize. Here in Florida, we’re blessed with gorgeous days, but we’re continually combating the sun’s aging effects. If you have fine line, hyperpigmentation, melasma, dull or aging …

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Tampa physician develops new model for personalized health optimization

Tampa physician develops new model for personalized health optimization

Health issues such as fatigue, low sex drive, insomnia, high cholesterol, increased abdominal fat, insulin resistance, and mental fog are common among Americans, especially as we age. These seemingly unrelated issues are typically treated by various specialists who focus on each one as an isolated problem. This often leads to a …

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Increases Stem Cell Mobilization

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Increases Stem Cell Mobilization

Before we are fully formed human beings, in our fetal development stages, stem cells are continuously being produced. Fetal and embryonic stem cells are called, pluripotent. Pluripotent stem cells have the ability to develop and function into other types of stem cells, which helps our bodies grow within the womb. …

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NeuPTTech Driving “PT for Pain” Initiative Forward

NeuPTTech Driving "PT for Pain" Initiative Forward

By Jason Waz, President of Competitive Edge Physical Therapy In an effort to diminish the effects of the opioid crisis across the nation, NeuPTTech strives to propel the physical therapy world forward in their mission to break the cycle of chronic pain in the body through educating physical therapy providers and …

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Lifestyle Choices Help Prevent Cancer

Lifestyle Choices Help Prevent Cancer

Diet, exercise and getting recommended screenings are some of the ways to lessen your risk of getting cancer. According to the National Institutes of Health, certain lifestyle choices can lessen the chances an individual has of developing cancer. However, even though most Americans know that choices such as quitting smoking, …

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Are You Noticing A Difference In Mom’s (Or Dad’s) Memory During Your Holiday Visit?

Are You Noticing A Difference In Mom’s (Or Dad’s) Memory During Your Holiday Visit?

Are some things striking you as unusual about Mom or Dad during the holidays this year? Are there some differences in their actions that you haven’t noticed before? Everyone will experience some typical changes as we age. However, memory loss is one of the most common signs of Alzheimer’s, and …

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Sneaking in a Few Fun Math Lessons While Holiday Baking with Kids

Sneaking in a Few Fun Math Lessons While Holiday Baking with Kids

Most children love counting and doing simple addition when they’re young, but it’s not uncommon for kids to struggle with math when they get into the third and fourth grade and beyond. Many adults, if we’re honest, struggled with math as well, but it’s critical not to tell your children that …

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Think Fall prevention for the Holidays

Think Fall prevention for the Holidays

Falls put you at risk of serious injury. Prevent falls with these simple fall-prevention measures, from reviewing your medications to hazard-proofing your home. As we get older, physical changes and health conditions — and sometimes the medications used to treat those conditions — make falls more likely. In fact, falls …

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Inpatient Rehabilitative Therapy

Inpatient rehabilitative therapy allows patients to heal in a relaxing, safe environment. If an individual has multiple injuries trauma, surgical complications, or has suffered a stroke or heart attack, it’s usually a good idea to seek inpatient rehabilitation rather than outpatient. This way, the patient and his or her team will …

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