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Do You Have Skin Irritations on Your Legs or Feet? How a Podiatrist Can Help

Do You Have Skin Irritations on Your Legs or Feet? How a Podiatrist Can Help

Podiatrists focus on the feet and everything associated with the foot and ankle, such as the tendons, muscles, ligaments, and bones. Podiatric specialists regularly treat anything that makes up the structure, function, and health of the entire foot. In the state of Florida, a podiatrist is not only able to …

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New Year. New You. Beat the Heat with ONE HD Hydration (Hemp Infused Water)

ONE HD Hydration (Hemp Infused Water)

With weather approaching the upper 90’s and on some days, triple digits, the heat can be unbearable at times and downright dangerous, this is particularly the case when we factor in high levels of humidity. Our bodies self-regulate heat by sweating and also through radiating heat back into the atmosphere. …

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What is Arthritis and How can Stem Cell Therapy Heal it?

What is Arthritis and How can Stem Cell Therapy Heal it?

According to the Center for Disease Control, nearly 23% of all adults in the United States (more than 54 million people), suffer from arthritis. Arthritis, which can affect nearly any joint in the body, is an inflammation of one’s joints associated with the breakdown of cartilage. It causes painful symptoms …

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Overwhelmed by Anxiety? Consider Ketamine.

Overwhelmed by Anxiety? Consider Ketamine.

By Eric Milbrandt, MD, MPH Occasional anxiety is part of life. Many feel anxious when faced with a new project at work, before taking a test, or when making important decisions. I felt anxiety as the deadline approached to write this article. This type of anxiety can be unpleasant, but it …

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Weapons of “MASS” Destruction

Weapons of “MASS” Destruction

Some of you may have heard the term “mass”, when your doctor is describing a lesion, tumor, or suspicious lump in your body. You may have also heard of a biopsy, which is a surgical procedure to remove a small sample of a mass and send it to a lab …

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The Most Common Causes of Cartilage Loss

The Most Common Causes of Cartilage Loss

By Regenexx, Sports Medicine, Stem Cell Therapy Oftentimes, patients ask us what they can do to improve their joint cartilage and prevent arthritis. Cartilage acts as a cushion between the bones to protect our joints by absorbing shock. The visual evidence of arthritis seen on imaging studies can be due …

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Do You Have A Ticking Time Bomb in Your Leg?

Do You Have A Ticking Time Bomb in Your Leg?

By Bryan Carter, MPA-C, Phlebology-Surgery Have you ever noticed sensations in your legs that made you wonder if you should see a doctor, but since they seemed to subside, you ignored the symptoms away?  Many people overlook the life-threatening warning signs that could lead to an embolism.  If you’ve experienced swollen …

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Cherish More During the Holidays

Cherish More During the Holidays

What Sets Your CBD Store apart? At Your CBD Store, we believe in bringing the highest quality CBD products to market. We formulate our products with our customers’ needs in mind, using other cannabinoids and terpenes, creating unique synergies that increase efficacy, target specific ailments, and increase the binding of …

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Complete mouth restoration

Complete mouth restoration

If your smile is negatively affected by challenges, such as poorly fitting dentures, missing, cracked, broken or worn-down teeth, you’re likely an excellent candidate for full mouth restoration. This dental procedure can create a beautiful smile, renewing your confidence and helping you face the world with a dazzling smile. How …

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The Importance of Modern Technology in Radiology

The Importance of Modern Technology in Radiology

Dr. Mark Jacobson A few years ago while I was working in a hospital, I received an order to read a chest X-Ray specifically to locate a catheter in a patient’s abdomen. The X-Ray was performed with a portable machine at the patient’s bedside, however, when I looked at the chest …

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Partial Knee Replacement

Partial Knee Replacement

No discussion of knee joint replacement surgery is complete without a discussion of Unicompartmental or Partial Knee replacement surgery. Dr Kerina has been a leader in outpatient joint replacement surgery and Partial or Unicondylar knee replacement surgery for the past 14 years. This has culminated in the development of a …

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Who Is Arthur Itis?

Who Is Arthur Itis?

By Al Roach As a child visiting my grandparents, I often heard my Granddad Jack refer to Arthur Itis. Although I never met the man, I knew that my granddad really didn’t like him. Several years later I learned that Arthur was not a man that my granddad complained about, …

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Is it the ‘Holiday Blues’ or is it Depression?

Is it the ‘Holiday Blues’ or is it Depression?

By Khaled Bowarshi, M.D. For most people the holiday season is a special time of year spent with family and friends building lasting memories. But for others the holidays evoke feelings of stress, sadness and loneliness. An increase in stress, a busy work schedule and missing loved ones (who are no …

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Is My Rotator Cuff Tear the Cause of My Shoulder Pain?

Is My Rotator Cuff Tear the Cause of My Shoulder Pain?

By: Regenexx Tampa Bay, Regenerative Medicine What’s causing your shoulder pain? Is it due to instability? Could it be a rotator cuff tear? A labral tear? Arthritis? Inflammation? Swelling? Bone edema? Tendinosis (tendon degeneration)? A pinched nerve? More and more studies continue to show that shoulder MRI results often cannot …

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Lost Connections – The Road Back to Happiness

Lost Connections – The Road Back to Happiness

By Eric Milbrandt, MD, MPH One in five Americans will suffer from depression at some point in their lifetime. Between 2011 and 2014, one in nine Americans reported taking at least one antidepressant medication in the past month. Three decades ago, less than one in 50 people were on antidepressants. Reasons …

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Traveling Tips for Venous Insufficiency

Traveling Tips for Venous Insufficiency

By Bryan Carter, MPA-C, Phlebology-Surgery It’s that time of year again; when we hit the road or the sky and travel for vacations, relaxing getaways, spending time with family and taking the kids or grandkids to their favorite destinations. The hottest days are upon us during the upcoming summer months, …

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