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  1. Treating Lymphedema In The Comfort Of Your Home

    “People would see the swelling in my hand and arm and say ‘Oh my God,’” says Naples resident Paul Borsari. Borsari is living with chronic lymphatic leukemia, which caused severe swelling in his arm, and lymphedema. Lymphedema is a condition in which excess lymph fluid collects in tissue, most often in the legs and/or arms. …

  2. SuperPATH® Hip Replacement | A Shorter Road To Recovery

    About three years ago, Bob Zekanoski began experiencing pain in his hip that would not go away. A supervisor for Lee County Parks and Rec, Zekanoski led an active lifestyle both in and out of work, enjoying biking, swimming, and lifting weights. Then something changed. He remembers, “I had a hard time putting on my …

  3. How To Have The Best Possible Outcome When Preparing For Knee Replacement Surgery

    One of the most common medical diagnoses associated with advancing age is osteoarthritis, also known as OA. This disease occurs over time due to years of “wear and tear” on our joints. Although OA can damage any joint in the body, the knee is among the top locations affected in the majority of the population. …

  4. Caring For Kids At Park Family And Cosmetic Dentistry

    With the name ‘family’ in its title, you might expect Park Family and Cosmetic Dentistry to serve the needs of children as well as adults. However, they do more than just serve needs, they pay special attention to their smallest patients, thanks in part to the pediatric specialties of Dr. Leanet Ascunce and Dr. Ana …

  5. Focusing On A Healthier You

    Before the domination of big pharmaceuticals, the way your medications were made was individualized, not by corporate dictate. They were made through the art and science of compounding, a specialized technique that is alive and well with the new owners of ApothiCare360, pharmacists Joe and Deanna Catalano. What is Compounding? Unless you’ve had a need …

  6. Refractive Cataract Surgery Success at Collins Vision

    Some 24.5 million Americans have cataracts, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and Roland Martin was one of them. The renowned professional sport fisherman and television host coincidentally noticed changes in his vision when he started having trouble seeing the fish. “Fishing involves quick decisions that need to be made in an instant, and …

  7. Treatments To Ease Your Arthritis Pain

    Fractures of the wrist are one of the most common injuries treated by orthopedic surgeons.  We typically see wrist fractures in one of two settings and in a bimodal age distribution.  Younger patients with normal bone density, typically sustain high energy injuries such as a fall off a ladder, whereas an older individual can sustain …

  8. Come Home To Advanced Dentistry

    You probably drive by half a dozen or more dental offices every day on your way to work, picking up the kids, or running errands. With so many options, how do you choose which one to go to for regular check-ups or if you have an emergency? Excellence in dentistry is more than clinical skills …