Category Archives: Partners in Health

By Grattan Woodson, M.D., FACP and Kim Teasley  Having a physician who is skilled in women’s health, understands gynecoendocrinology, and is comfortable prescribing compounded pharmaceuticals is a requirement for hormone therapy replacement success. It is this physician who will monitor … Continue reading

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By Jill M. Golsen, DMD and Justin Parente, DMD To understand why your tooth hurts, it’s best to start with a brief anatomy overview. A pearly, white shell called enamel covers the surface of the tooth. This hard enamel protects … Continue reading

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By Scott D. Miller, MD Everyone loves a great deal. It seems as though there is a sale for every season and every occasion. At some point, these falling prices create a new normal, and thereby a new expectation. But … Continue reading

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By John F. Arnold, MD, MBA The goal of any breast screening program is to find cancer early and reduce false positives. The American College of Radiology Commission on Breast Imaging has performed a thorough review of the evidence that … Continue reading

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By Scott D. Miller, MD The prostate is a walnut-size organ that resides below a man’s bladder. Its sole function is to produce a portion of the fluid that is generated during ejaculation (along with the neighboring seminal vesicles and … Continue reading

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By David Martin, RN Many people seek treatment for varicose veins because they’re self-conscious about the bulges and discoloration that varicose veins cause. Once their damaged veins are closed and/or removed, they notice a number of improvements in the way … Continue reading

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By Karen Foley What mind/body programs does WHAC offer? We offer Power Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Inversion/Handstand Class, Ashtanga Yoga, Beginner Yoga, Restorative classes, Yin Yoga and 15-minute guided meditation classes currently. One-on-one yoga sessions are also available for those who want … Continue reading

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By Grattan Woodson, MD, FACP It is important to distinguish between natural aging, which is unavoidable, and hormone deficiency due to menopause, which is a compromise natural selection made with humankind to ensure its survival. Aging is simply due to … Continue reading

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By Robin L. Dennis, MD Cervical myofascial pain stems from the muscles and connective tissue, including tendons, ligaments, and joint capsule that support the neck’s underlying structures—vertebrae, intervertebral discs, and facet joints. Commonly referred to as a sprain or strain, … Continue reading

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By Alpesh D. Patel, MD Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses magnetic energy to derive images of the body for diagnostic purposes. For many issue indications, this is the ultimate form of imaging of the body. MRI applications are vast but … Continue reading

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