Health

  • November 20, 2017

    Giving Back the Sounds of Life to Navajo People

    2017 has been an amazing year for the Sound of Life Foundation. We have been able to serve in our local communities as well as communities in Guatemala, Jordan, and Ecuador. These have been life changing experiences, not only for those who have received the gift of hearing, but for...

  • November 20, 2017

    Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill

    One of the things I try to do to make sure we are practicing cutting edge physical therapy in our clinics is to look at what the top Universities and Professional sports teams across the country are using to rehab their injured players. I have had the opportunity to visit...

  • November 20, 2017

    Advancements In Hip Surgery

    The very first hip replacement surgeries were attempted over 120 years ago (1891) by Themistocles Gluck in Berlin, Germany.   It consisted of a femoral head made of ivory fastened to the top of the thigh bone with nickel plated screws, plaster of Paris, and glue. Needless to say, there...

  • July 18, 2017

    You must be dreaming… How sleep dentistry can turn your...

    Have you ever experienced a blissful dental visit? Probably not. Unless you have tried sleep dentistry. Though sleep dentistry is not new, it is still quite rare to find dental offices that perform true sleep dentistry. Sleep dentistry is also called “twilight sleep” or I.V. sedation. All of these terms are used to define the same thing, but there are...

  • July 16, 2017

    Functional fat burning

    We have all heard that watching caloric intake, exercising, and eating low-fat foods will help us get fit and healthy. Still, many Americans are fatter, sicker and more depressed than ever. If you have tried to get to your ideal weight, feel energized again, and have healthy hormones, but find yourself struggling...

  • July 16, 2017

    What’s the matter with my bladder?

    A friend posted on Facebook a few weeks ago about “#momstruggles”. She was referring to her attempt to jump on the trampoline with her kids. Many women responded in agreement that they weren’t as young as they used to be and their bladder control isn’t what it used to be. Most...

  • July 10, 2017

    Prostate problems: Promising new technology is now available for men...

    There is a new minimally-invasive procedure for men who have urinary symptoms due to prostate enlargement. This procedure is done in the urologist’s office with local anesthesia, and literally takes only a few minutes to complete. The new treatment is called Rezum (pronounced Resume) and it is performed by placing a small...

  • July 10, 2017

    An extraordinary experience: The miracle treatment that helped Alex Lambson

    It was a day like any other. The only thing that might be considered unusual was the scattering of rain that was tickling the Mojave Desert. Other than that, it was just a typical Tuesday for Snow Canyon High senior, Alex Lambson. He had attended his classes, worked on stage tech...

  • July 10, 2017

    Stem cells: Truth vs. myth

    There is great excitement and interest about the use of stem cells to improve or reverse chronic disease. Stem cells may recruit healing, increase blood flow and decrease pain. The science of stem cell use for regenerative medicine is young, and much is still unknown about long term effectiveness. We would like to...

  • July 10, 2017

    The wonderful magic of kindness

    My neighborhood has been having a rough time. Several people who we love have recently passed away. It seems that in times of tragedy and death I find myself contemplating big questions: the importance and shortness of life, why life seems to be so hard, the value of a person’s...

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