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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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Health, Wealth and Heroes

As a child, our heroes are usually fictional characters like Superman, Batman, or Spiderman. They leap tall buildings in a single bound and fight villains with incredible power and strength. Best of all, they swoop in to help someone in need, just when all hope is lost. As we grow older, …

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Cryotherapy: Learn How You Can Improve Overall Health, Treat Chronic Pain & Boost Metabolism — Just in Time for the Holidays

You’ve probably heard about Cryotherapy from magazines, online, social media, or TV. The reason that its popularity has grown exponentially over the past few years is because of the results that it provides. Cryotherapy can help reduce inflammation, treat chronic pain, relieve arthritis, boost metabolism & tighten skin. During this busy …

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Who Gets Massage, Where and Why?

By Robert J Farnell, Licensed Massage Therapist Wellness therapy is often overlooked, but it’s an incredibly important key to overall health and function. According to AMTA’s (The American Massage Therapy Association) 2018 Consumer Survey, an average of 19 percent of adult Americans received at least one massage between July 2017 …

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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?

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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Did You Know You Already Have CBD In Your Body?

Brain and nerve cells throughout the body have cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2), so our bodies naturally react to cannabinoid derived from hemp extract. Our natural endocannabinoid system works synergistically with full-spectrum hemp extract, creating a multitude of beneficial reactions in the body, and maintains homeostasis (cellular balance and regulation). Our …

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Not all Imaging Centers are Equal: Making the Right Choice is Crucial

Choosing where a patient would prefer to go for their imaging needs, often gets overlooked. When a physician orders a diagnostic image like a CT, MRI or X-ray, electing an organization with the highest-level radiology team to accurately read and report your results to your referring physician is significant. BayCare Imaging …

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Can You Really Freeze Away Fat From Your Problem Areas?

Dr. Dana Coberly Our schedules are packed; we have events, holiday preparations, meetings, kid’s after school activities, and the list goes on and on. We want to look our best, feel energized and let’s not forget that we’re all attempting to stave off the flu virus this season. However, we often …

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Chronic Sinus Infections? What Do ENT Specialists Recommend?

By Michael Branch, MD Many people will get a cold (URI) about 1-2 times per year. The symptoms include acute onset of nasal/head con gestion, sore throat and cough slowly improving by about 7-10 days. Unfortunately, there’s an epidemic overuse of antibiotics prescribed for what are actually self-limiting viral infections, …

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