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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 >

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Good Posture and Your Spine

Your posture can have a big impact on your back, spine, and neck. Daily activities like sitting at a desk, looking at computer or television screens, or even looking down at your phone constantly could affect your back health. Ensuring … Read More >

Meet Dr. Pugmire

Meet Dr. Pugmire

Dr. Douglas Pugmire is a man of many talents. He enjoys culture events at the DIA and Henry Ford Museum when he’s not fly fishing, golfing, or shooting target practice with a bow and arrows. He is also a board … Read More >

Why Choose Crittenton's ER

Meet Our Chief of Emergency Services

Dr. David Bauer doesn’t have the typical pre-medicine background. While most students had chemistry or biology majors, Dr. Bauer came into medical school with a degree in…music! Today, Dr. Bauer is our Chief of Emergency Services, and he also plays … 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 >