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Acupuncture from Living Tree Center for Healing can ease menopausal symptoms

Through hormonal imbalances, many women experience a compromised quality of life due to excessive and irregular periods, cramping, headaches, hot flashes, night sweats, irritability, mood swings and foggy brain, whether they are premenopausal, perimenopausal or menopausal. Many women are seeking natural and holistic approaches to addressing...

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With one-on-one training at Melissa Voinovich’s boutique private studio, your body can become a fit, fabulous and unstoppable force

Most Americans experience decline in muscle tone, drops in hormone levels, and a decrease in metabolic rate as they enter middle age. One of the few things you can expect to increase over time? The number on your scale…to the tune of three to four pounds per year starting in your 40s. But the news doesn’t have to be so grim. Recent...

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To help more people restore their leg health, Dr. Barry Zadeh, of Medina Vein Center, is offering free leg screenings

When Strongsville resident Tom was suffering from leg pain, he thought it was just a part of aging. It proved to be much more. “I was aware of the pain in my leg and just thought it came with age,” he says. “But my wife called a doctor for a leg screening and we found out that I had blockage. Now I feel 10 years younger...

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The staff at Bay Village’s Fitness Together can develop a customized training program that gets you back in shape

The psoas is one of those muscles you don’t pay much attention to…until something goes wrong. This 16-inch band of muscle stretches from the lower lumbar region of the spine through the pelvis. Its function is to flex the hip joint and move the leg. You cannot walk without one. When you strain the psoas, it sucker punches your...

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Lisa Brown, MD, an anesthesiologist and pain management specialist at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, employs a variety of methods to help patients with chronic pain

A hurting patient typically will be asked to communicate his or her pain on a scale from one to 10. But pain, argues Lisa Brown, MD, an anesthesiologist and pain management specialist at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, isn’t about numbers. “My philosophy isn’t about whether your pain level is at five or seven, but rather what...

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