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Could You Have Sleep Apnea

February 19, 2016

Does your snoring raise the dead—or at least prompt a swift kick? Has your partner or spouse said that you gasp or snort, or make choking sounds while asleep? Are you finding yourself way too drowsy during the day, despite getting a “good night’s sleep”? These can be major signs of a common disorder called […]

Care Options for Great Toe Joint Arthritis

February 19, 2016

Degenerative arthritis of the first metatarsal phalangeal joint, also referred to as the great toe joint, can be a very painful and incapacitating condition. Arthritis of this joint can lead to limitation of walking and running based activities. Patients affected by this condition typically complain of stiffness, joint locking and pain. Patients may have to […]

Vaccines for Adults

February 19, 2016

Quick—do you know if you’re up to date on your vaccines? Or, do you think of vaccines as just kids’ stuff? Apparently lots of folks do, given that way too few adults receive the recommended vaccines. That puts them—and those who come into contact with them—at greater risk for vaccine-preventable diseases. Consider this: • In […]

Stress on the Heart

February 19, 2016

If managing stress is a challenge for you, take heed: More and more research is pointing to stress as a contributor to heart attack and other forms of heart disease. From natural disasters to the death of a sibling to the daily grind of modern-day life, stress can have a big impact on your heart. […]

EXERCISE…It isn’t just for kids!

February 19, 2016

We all know that exercise and physical activity are beneficial to our physical and mental well-being. Many people incorporate exercise into their regular routine, while some people are hoping to get started soon. You may be one of them. Exercise can be easy to do. All you need is self-motivation and comfortable clothes and shoes. […]

Arch and Shoe Supports

February 19, 2016

If you do a Google search for arch supports or shoe inserts you will be inundated with millions of results with reviews of product success by people you have never met. These reviews will more often than not give you a false hope of resolution of any problem you have ever had with your feet. […]

Diverticulosis

February 19, 2016

Diverticulosis is a common condition, affecting almost half of Americans by age 50 and most by age 80.  Fortunately the majority of people never experience any symptoms.  Diverticuli are pouches on the colon that consist of the inner lining that has been pushed out through layers of muscle in the wall of the colon.  The […]

Pain Management

February 19, 2016

Patients are all familiar with being asked: “On a scale of 1 to 10, what is your pain?” Over the last 20 years, treatment of pain has been a focus for health care institutions and health care providers.  Unfortunately, there is much that health care providers do not know or understand about pain.  Patients and […]

Sounds of the Season

February 19, 2016

The ringing of bells, the rustling of wrapping paper, the tearing of envelopes containing Christmas cards, children’s laughter, the gathering of family & friends and conversation around the table.  These are just a few sounds of the season that many embrace this time of year.  However, for others – the hearing impaired – it can […]

Histoplasmosis

February 19, 2016

Histoplasmosis is one of the most frequently occurring fungal infections in the mid-west but it is estimated that approximately 90% of the cases go unrecognized. Histoplasmosis is caused the by the fungal organism, Histoplasma capsulatum. Infections with this fungus have been noted on every continent, except Antarctica, but it is very common in the Ohio, […]