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Medical Topics Explained

Understanding Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a condition that our Manager of Physical Therapy, Lori Walker, treats often. She is a licensed physical therapist and is passionate about helping educate and spread resources to both men and women about the treatments available as … Read More >


Why See Your Audiologist, Even If You Don’t Need Hearing Aids

Hearing is a vital sense that not only enriches our lives, but also helps to keep us safe. Having good hearing allows us to interact with others and alerts us to potential dangers. Losing your hearing can make it difficult … Read More >

Understanding Lyme Disease

Understanding Lyme Disease

For those living in North America, especially in the Northeast and upper Midwest, watching out for ticks bearing Lyme disease is a common part of summer. The CDC estimates 300,000 cases of Lyme disease annually with the most reported cases … Read More >

Colonoscopy Questions

Common Questions About A Colonoscopy

A colonoscopy is a colon cancer screening procedure that all adults should have at 50 years of age. Your next screening will depend on your results. The procedure is outpatient and only takes about 2 hours to get you in … Read More >

Alzheimer's awareness

Early Signals That Can Point to Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is a brain disease and type of dementia that causes a decline in memory, thinking, reasoning skills, and behavior. Symptoms can develop slowly and can heighten over time. They can be severe enough to make daily tasks seem impossible. … Read More >