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Preparing for Surgery: Yours or Someone Else’s
by Diane Sullivan, M.S., LPC, CH. of Sullivan Hypnotherapy
Elective surgery can be a little daunting. Having had a few injuries that required surgery, I have learned a few tricks that have made my recovery easier. These are also things you can do for a loved one who is having elective surgery. The key is to prepare ahead of time. Don’t wait until you get home!
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Hope for Alzheimer’s: Let’s Talk About It!
by Joan Koebernick
In the last issue of this publication, I began telling you about our family’s journey with this disease. Neil and I are still seeking people, like ourselves, that are trying to fight this disease with diet, exercise, and supplements, along with any medications they think may be helping.
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Spinal Decompression Therapy
by Dr. Kevin O’Hara
of O’Hara Family Chiropractic
Spinal decompression therapy has been a topic of discussion lately and I have had a number of patients, both existing and new, call the office to ask if I perform this therapy. They also are curious about what it is, what it is for, and what the benefits are.
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