Archive for HEALTH

  • March 12, 2018

    Cutting the Chain: Alternative Affordable Healthcare

    A new alternative to affordable healthcare, in the home By J.R. Martin, PA-C Many things have helped form me into who I am today. One is the Iron Man Triathlon. I am not a great athlete, but I was intrigued by the event. It seems crazy. A 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile...

  • March 12, 2018

    What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

    By Dr. Todd Parry If you experience numbness and tingling in your hand, especially at night, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. This nerve compression at the wrist can cause weakness of grip and pinch, as well as clumsiness with manipulating small objects. The median nerve travels from the forearm...

  • March 12, 2018

    Calmare Therapy: Treating Post-Chemo & Cancer Pain

    How cancer warriors are finding relief from post-chemo and cancer pain through Calmare  By Terrin Parker  Cancer diagnostic tools and life-saving treatments are ever evolving, improving, and changing. Technology and research have made it possible to diagnose and treat almost any type of cancer out there. Lives are being lengthened...

  • March 12, 2018

    Functional Fat Burning

    by Justin Lane, LAc, Functional Medicine Practitioner, East West Health 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,...

  • March 10, 2018

    Intermountain Redrock Pediatrics

    By SGHW Staff Fevers, lingering coughs and sniffles, infections – as a parent, we’ve all been there. You most likely will make a lot of trips to the doctor as your child grows and develops. Whatever the severity or outcome may be, it’s always a good idea to put your...

  • March 10, 2018

    Making an Impact in Southern Utah – The American Red

    We most often think of the American Red Cross when a hurricane hits the Eastern United States, or when there is an earthquake, mudslide, or fire in California. You may hear about them when there is a publicized need for blood nationally. The Red Cross is seemingly everywhere when need...

  • March 10, 2018

    Red Moles: Should I be worried?

    By Dr. Benjamin Carter, MD I recently had the pleasure of seeing a woman in my clinic for a complaint of “red moles.” This woman was now in her 60s and had noted a slow increase in the number of “red moles” she had on her body. These spots seemed...

  • March 10, 2018

    How Fit is Your Business?

    By David Cordero The St. George Area Chamber of Commerce has challenged its members to the three-month Healthy Business Challenge. Collaborating with Intermountain LiVe Well Center in St. George, the Healthy Business Challenge provides the opportunity for participants to kick off 2018 with a fresh start to their health and...

  • March 10, 2018

    Southern Utah Welcomes New Riverfront Medical Center

    St. George Eye Center is expanding their office space at the new Riverfront Medical Center located at 617 East Riverside Drive. The first building in the Riverfront Medical Center campus is 57,000sf and is the new home for St. George Eye Center, Desert Pain Specialists, Southern Utah ENT, Fusion Pharmacy...

  • March 10, 2018

    Is is Normal for My Bladder to Run (Ruin) My...

    By Dr. Greg Taylor   Chances are, at one time or another, you have had this thought. Whether it’s an inconvenient, emergent pit stop on the side of the highway, a little leak as you are running to the bathroom, poor sleep quality because of frequent urination at night, or...

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