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What mind/body programs does Windy Hill Athletic Club offer? We currently offer Power Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Inversion/Handstand Class, Hatha Yoga, Beginner Yoga, Restorative classes, Yin Yoga, and 15-minute guided meditation classes. One-on-one yoga sessions are also available for those who … Continue reading

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By Eli A. Finkelstein, MD In Atlanta and its neighboring communities, tennis continues to be a popular sport athletes at all competitive levels turn to in order to remain healthy and maintain an active lifestyle. At Resurgens Spine Center, we … Continue reading

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By Paul E. Cox, MD, MS Concierge medicine is a type of medical practice that offers an enhanced physician-patient relationship resulting in improved accessibility to medical information, treatment, and quality care. Why would I choose this type of practice? I have … Continue reading

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by Daryl R. Kimche, D.D.S. & Luke K. Presley, D.M.D. Diabetes Patients with poorly controlled diabetes are at a greater risk for dental problems. Because diabetes can reduce the blood supply to the gums, diabetic patients are more likely to … Continue reading

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If you experience feelings of dizziness or the sensation that the room is spinning, you could be a candidate for vestibular therapy at BenchMark Physical Therapy. The inner ear controls the body’s balance. Many people endure debilitating inner-ear problems. Vertigo … Continue reading

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By Michael D. Williams, MD, FACS & Brendon Curtis, MD The condition of being overweight has reached epidemic proportions in the United States. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that two out of three Americans are … Continue reading

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By Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates Starting a new school year can bring lots of excitement to children, but for those with chronic gastrointestinal (GI) issues like Crohn’s disease, it can also trigger anxiety and stress. Embarrassing symptoms can sometimes occur without … Continue reading

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By Kristen Willett, DO If you have ever suffered from pain that radiates from your lower back into the back of your leg or foot, there is a good you were experiencing sciatica. In fact, 40% of the population will … Continue reading

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  Bacterial plaque is the main factor contributing to bleeding gums. If we don’t practice good dental hygiene techniques, bacteria forms plaque around the teeth. Over time, these bacteria will result in inflamed, bleeding, and swollen gums. Bleeding and inflamed gums … Continue reading

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By Scott D. Miller, MD As Valentine’s Day approaches, it seems appropriate to talk about our hearts. How did the heart become associated with love? In ancient days, the heart was considered to be the center of all emotions since … Continue reading

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