August 4, 2020 - Tuesday

North Palm Beach Edition

Hair Transplant Surgery: What You Need to Know

By Alan J. Bauman, M.D. Thankfully, artificial looking “hair plugs” are a thing of the past. With today’s advanced surgical techniques and a surgeon’s artistic skills, hair transplants consistently produce undetectable natural-looking results. Hair restoration saw a game-changing revolution with the advent of the no-linear-scar Follicular-Unit Extraction or “FUE” technique, but few could have predicted the impact the procedure would …

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Pre & Post Natal Massage for Couples

Massage Therapy Can Create a Healthy Home for Your Family When it comes time to bring another human being into the world, we must consider the mothers’ health a top priority, as well as her partner. Massage therapy provides a multitude of benefits for everyone involved, mom, baby & partner. It is ideal to get started at the beginning of …

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New Year, New You: 8 Better-Hearing Resolutions to Kick Off 2018!

By Dana Luzon Coveney, Au.D., FAAA, Board-Certified Doctor of Audiology From getting healthier, saving money, and living life to the fullest to embracing technology, exploring new places, and letting loved ones pitch in, we’re taking New Year’s resolutions to the next level with eight ideas to support your hearing health and quality of life. Here’s to making 2018 the best …

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Regenerative Medicine and Chronic Pain

By Dr. Ricardo Leano Regenerative medicine involves the process of replacing or regenerating tissues to restore normal function. With the use of adult stem cells, so-called mesenchymal stem cells, we can stimulate your own body’s own repair mechanisms to functionally heal previously irreparable tissues or organs. Those mesenchymal cells have the capacity to differentiate into diverse tissues. In this way, …

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New Beginnings for Hope and Healing

By Shelly Ann Lau January is a fascinating month. It is a month of new beginnings. Statistics tell us that January is the month where people attempt to make more changes in their lives than any other time of the year. Changing lives is at the core of what we do at the Edward J. Healey Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. …

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When You Still Have Pain after Spine Surgery

By Dr. Jonathan Chung I’ve seen a lot of patients with a previous history of spinal fusion. Some people feel like their life was made dramatically better by spine surgery, others feel like it didn’t have any effect at all, and some people will actually feel a lot worse. Overall, the verdict on fusion surgery seems to be pretty dim. …

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Weight-Loss New Year’s Resolution

Almost anyone who is interested in weight-loss has tried one of these new wave fad diets or exercise programs, spending significant money and time only to have it fail in the end. It’s normally not due to a lack of trying or motivation but simply due to needing a more serious alternative to help with long-term safe and effective weight-loss. …

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Mechanisms of Halotherapy, Speleotherapy and Salt Therapy Explained: A Better Breathing Guide

By Richard Zagrobelny The ancient traditional Hindu science of health and medicine, Ayurveda, recommends washing nasal cavities with saline water daily. This practice, called ‘Neti’, has been utilized by Yogis for preparation of extended meditations and Yoga practices to ensure clean and open airways, resulting in easy breathing. It is easy to dismiss Grandma’s advice to gargle with saline water …

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Accomplishing Your Goals in 2018?

The start of a new year is often associated with a desire to change at least one aspect of yourself, a desire to turn over a new leaf, which leads to “New Year’s Resolutions”. While the arrival of a new year sparks optimism and hope for change, it will not magically provide the catalyst, motivation and persistence needed to reinvent …

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How Brain Mapping Helps Target Anxiety, Depression and ADHD with Neurofeedback

New technology helps pinpoint where the brain isn’t functioning well By Michael Cohen, Director Center for Brain Fifty years ago when neurofeedback was in its infancy, brain mapping did not exist. Serious practitioners got pretty good at identifying what areas were playing a role in conditions such as ADHD, sleep, anxiety and learning challenges. However, when EEG brain mapping (known …

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