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That fall day in October 2016 was just like any other weekday. Rich Welmon, a mechanic, got up and went to work; he didn’t think anything of the heaviness he felt in his leg or the short episode of dizziness he experienced during the day. But when his left hand refused to respond the next evening, he knew something was wrong.
Feeding problems are common with pre-term babies, and often these problems continue after the babies go home. Watching so many families struggle with feeding issues, the team at MoBap worked to establish an innovative Infant Feeding Clinic to help.
Many cancer patients suffer fatigue and range of motion issues following surgery. Physical and occupational therapy can help restore mobility and improve endurance.
If you’ve suffered from the discomfort and pain associated with bad knees or unstable hips, joint replacement surgery may be an option. However, surgery is just the first step of the journey towards healing.
Just a decade ago, physical medicine (rehabilitation therapies) seemed an afterthought to care, often overlooked and underutilized.
Now patients, their families and doctors are seeing amazing benefits from physical, occupational and speech therapies for many injuries, diseases and health conditions.
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With high fiber, unique antioxidant mix and vitamins C and A, "husk tomatoes" bring the flavor of Mexico to your table with this spicy Salsa Verde.
With tofu croutons and chopped peanuts, this Asian-inspired chopped salad packs a nutritional punch with 16 g of protein and only 257 calories.
Chia seeds are a powerhouse of nutrients filled with protein and fiber. This recipe makes a nutrient dense, guilt free snack for any occasion.
Mixing the bright flavors of the Mediterranean with Quinoa gives a protein-packed, nutritious punch in a one-pan dish that makes cleanup afterwards easy.