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WaterStep

The 5th annual CQ Jam benefitting WaterStep recently happened on September 9th, 2017 at Captain’s Quarters. The event has grown over the years and this year the event expanded to provide nine hours of entertainment and music to the waterfront.

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Radiofrequency Ablation

To vaporize or erode something with extreme heat may not sound like something you want to be done to your body. But this process has helped many different people; from tumors to severe pain from an injury. It’s called ablating, and it’s not what you think. Well – it is, but as a medical procedure, it involves applying heat currents to disrupt or destroy abnormalities inside the body. It can be revolutionary for pain sufferers.  Continue reading Radiofrequency Ablation

How Diet can affect your pain management

When you are in pain, what you eat can have a big impact on your health. If you don’t get the proper vitamins to heal, you can prolong the pain that you are in. In addition, certain foods can help fight inflammation, while other foods can make you feel worse. Whether you are in pain after an injury, or you have a condition that causes pain, you can get some relief by eating a better diet. You can improve your mood, get better sleep, and help the healing process all with the food that you eat each day.

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10 Things You Must Do Immediately After an Automobile Accident

Over 43,000 automobile accidents occur each year in Jefferson and surrounding counties. Over 11,000 of these accidents result in injuries to drivers and/or passengers. If you are involved in an automobile accident, there are certain things you must do to protect yourself and your interests.

The following is a list of the top ten things you must do if you are in an automobile accident:

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Local Events to Stay Active while Managing Pain

It’s that time of year to get outside and get active. Many people want to exercise more after the proverbial winter hibernation. Some people want to sweat, which is not hard when the weather is warmer. However, people with back pain have more to consider when looking for a physical activity. It’s important to consider impact after an activity as well as how they feel while participating in it. If you have to manage back pain, this should not deter you from physical activity. In fact, some activities can help with pain management. Others can be modified according to any limitations you have from your pain. Continue reading Local Events to Stay Active While Managing Pain