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The NHS will move towards routine services being available 7 days a week. This is essential to offer a much more patient-focused service and also offers the opportunity to improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs.
The offer above, made in the 2013/14 NHS England planning guidance, commits the NHS to work towards the routine delivery of services seven days a week. Disturbing figures released recently show that if the same standard of care could be provided 7 days a week, more than 4,400 lives could be saved each year.
It is clear therefore that the health and care system needs to change and embrace seven day working. This conference has been developed to help you deliver 7 day working, both within your Trust and across the whole local care system.
Shifting the NHS and care system to seven day working will present enormous challenges, particularly given current levels of resource and demand. The NHS Medical Director is currently leading a Forum to explore the delivery of 7 day working, which will be reporting its findings in the autumn. Their recommendations will be explored within this important new conference.
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges is also continuing to work on its standards for the delivery of 7 day Consultant Present Care. This important new conference will allow you to hear all the latest guidance on the delivery of 7 day working. It will also however deliver practical case studies from priority clinical areas, so that you can benefit from their experience in delivering change on the ground.
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The purpose of the CALGB 9343 study was to determine whether there is a benefit to adjuvant radiation therapy after breast-conserving therapy for a population of older women with small ER-positive breast cancers who will be treated with adjuvant endocrine therapy for 5 years.
Women over the age of 70 years with early ER-positive invasive breast cancer (tumor measuring no more than 2 cm) and clinically negative axillae were enrolled between 1994 and 1999. A total of 636 participants with stage I breast cancer who were all treated with lumpectomy (auxiliary exploration was left to the discretion of the treating surgeon) were randomly assigned to receive tamoxifen plus radiation therapy or tamoxifen alone. Primary endpoints were time to local or regional recurrence, frequency of mastectomy, breast cancer-specific survival, time to distant metastasis, and overall survival.
After a median follow-up of 12.6 years, investigators found no significant differences in time to mastectomy, time to distant recurrence, breast cancer-specific survival, or overall survival. At 10 years, 98% of patients who received dual-modality therapy were free from loco regional recurrence as compared with 90% in the group treated with tamoxifen alone. In the group that received tamoxifen alone, 42 of 319 women relapsed, compared with 23 of 317 in the group that received tamoxifen plus radiation therapy. More women in the tamoxifen group had local and regional relapses and were treated with surgery or radiation at the time of relapse. There was no significant difference in the number of distant relapses between the 2 treatment groups.
After long-term follow-up, there remains a benefit in terms of reduction of local recurrence for patients receiving tamoxifen plus radiation therapy. This does not translate into a survival advantage, however, and does not affect the rate of distant metastases. These findings allow physicians and patients a legitimate option to minimize treatment at the time of breast cancer diagnosis
CALGB 9343 is a now a mature study and confirms the earlier findings that endocrine therapy alone after breast conservation is a reasonable option for women over the age of 70 with small, node-negative, ER-positive tumors. Hughes and colleagues' study has influenced treatment guidelines and ought to be discussed with patients who would have met the entry criteria for this randomized controlled trial. The study results do not reassure us of the safety of this minimalist approach for women with biologically aggressive tumors such as those with concomitant over expression of HER2. In an accompanying editorial by Smith and Buchholz, we are reminded of the importance of considering other pertinent factors, such as the patient's life expectancy, co morbid illnesses, and tumor-specific criteria (e.g., grade, presence of lymph vascular invasion, and margin assessment).
As we reflect on the implications of this landmark study on practice, we need to consider the likelihood of whether an individual patient will actually adhere to a recommendation for lengthy endocrine treatment (the Hughes study assumes that women will take 5 years of tamoxifen), which is associated with cost and side effects. Another consideration is that we now have newer, more convenient strategies to deliver radiation using abbreviated and "personalized" schedules than were available when the Hughes study began, and these options make it easier for older women to bear radiation therapy. For women 70 years of age who are fit and have a life expectancy of 10 years or more, an appropriate approach may be an abbreviated schedule of radiation and adjuvant endocrine therapy. Clearly, we now have more breast cancer treatment options for older patients, and our challenge is to apply the available evidence wisely to best meet the needs of each individual patient.
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Southlake Oncology is a well-established, reputable medical oncology colon & breast cancer treatment center in north Texas. They also offer nutritional evaluations, a cancer support/education center for patients and family members, and an onsite American Cancer Society resource office. They are dedicated in providing the metroplex with convenient, state-of-the art cancer treatment technology in a professional yet comforting environment.
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Offer 4: Better data, informed commissioning, driving improved outcomes
Everyone Counts Planning for Patients 2013/14, NHS England
“The boards and leadership of provider and commissioning organisations will be confidently and competently using data and other intelligence for the forensic pursuit of quality improvement. They....will have rapid access to accurate, insightful and easy to use data about quality at service line level.”
Ambition 2 – The Keogh Review
With increasingly rich sources of data and information becoming available, the power of health information and analytics to inform decision making at all points within the health and care system is growing. It is essential that this power is harnessed by services and used to better understand and best meet the needs of patients and services users, within the constraints of the limited resources available.
This important conference examines a broad range of applications where information can be used as the basis for planning, transformation, assurance, improvement and commissioning, exploring best practice, new insights and emerging opportunities across the health and care system. This event will provide the guidance you need to understand and harness the power of information and data. Enabling you to develop the systems required to ensure that clinicians and managers have access to the information they need to inform their decision making.
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KARE Foundation, Inc (www.kareofundation.org) a 501 C 3 non-profit formed in 2010 by Rose and Tim Stolarz of Hamilton, NJ announced their partnership with Smart Monitor (www.smart-mointor.com) of San Jose, CA. KARE Foundation's mission is to raise awareness for epilepsy and to assist the community in receiving devices to make their lives a little easier.
Smart Monitor provides tracking devices to people with chronic illnesses like epilepsy. KARE Foundation and Smart Monitor will work together to provide these monitors to those who would not otherwise be able to afford them. Stolarz said, "When we were introduced to Smart Monitor and what they offered we knew that this would be a great addition to what we already offer the community. Having a son with epilepsy we know the peace-of mind that having a monitor like this will offer parents."
If we can assist you in receiving one of these monitors please contact Rose Stolarz and we will send you the grant application. We look forward to a long partnership with Smart Monitor!
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The Morcellex Sigma Tissue Morcellator is designed for challenging cases with safety and control in mind. The new device features a new gearing system designed to help surgeons through long and challenging cases, a new trigger mechanism designed to improve ergonomics, and other improvements. Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfE0VzOLxRI to watch a video of Dr. Randell using the Morcellex.
"Offering my patients the safest and least invasive surgery has always been my goal," said Dr. Randell. "Today, with the use of the daVinci robot and devices like the Morcellex Sigma Tissue Morcellator, women can have their fibroids removed safely, through a few small incisions. This allows for a woman to keep her uterus and return to normal activity soon after the surgery while experiencing quick healing and less pain.
Dr. Randell, who performed his 800th robotic procedure on Friday, August 9th, and has performed more than 2,000 laparoscopic surgeries, is on the cutting edge of minimally invasive surgery. In 2010, Dr. Randell performed the first single incision hysterectomy at Northside Hospital using only one small incision. In 2011, Dr. Randell performed the Hospital's first tubal ligation reversal surgery using the daVinci robot resulting in a successful pregnancy and the delivery of a heathy baby. Last year he performed the Hospital's first fibroid removal using the new MyoSure XL device from Hologic.
"I am always looking for innovative devices that allow me to do more for my patients through minimally invasive surgery," said Dr. Randell.
Fibroids are very common. They occur in 2 or 3 out of every 10 women over the age of 35. They occur most often in women between the ages of 30 and 50, although some women in their 20s sometimes have them. Fibroids can cause pain, abnormal bleeding, infertility, and other symptoms.
Dr. Randell, who is a leading expert in fibroid surgery, is on the cutting edge of minimally invasive surgery. His website www.fibroidsatlanta.com provides detailed information about the services he provides to women with fibroids.
"Unfortunately, many women are unaware of the newest surgical techniques available to them to remove fibroids " said Dr. Randell. "Minimally invasive surgery is better for patients. This can be done as an outpatient and patients can return to their normal routine much quicker."
In addition to taking care of patients, Dr. Randell is an instructor to other surgeons locally and across the country on robotic surgery. Last year he was invited to speak at the International Congress of Minimally Invasive Gynecology/Urology Symposium. The event featured experts from around the world. Dr. Randell lectured on robotic myomectomy techniques that he has perfected. He also teaches at advanced robotic surgery courses.
Dr. Randell recommends that women needing gynecologic surgery should seek out a well trained and experienced laparoscopic or robotic surgeon. Dr. Randell suggests using internet search engines, hospital referral services, and asking other doctors for recommendations.
Visit http://www.obgynatl.com or http://www.fibroidsatlanta.com or http://www.atlantaroboticsurgery.com for more information.
Michael D. Randell, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. is a Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist in Atlanta, Georgia. He is on the Medical Staff of Northside Hospital. His private office is located in Sandy Springs, next to Northside Hospital. Dr. Randell is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He is an expert in laparoscopic and robotic surgery. With over twenty years of experience, he trains other surgeons on the use of the daVinci robot and lectures across the Country on many topics in women’s healthcare.
Our practice provides comprehensive women's health care. We take care of patients needing high risk obstetrical care and advanced gynecological surgical care, including robotic surgery.
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The courses, “A Quick Course on the ICD-10-CM Classification Systems” and “A Quick Course on the Mechanics of the ICD-10-PCS Tables,” are foundational to further ICD-10 study. The student who completes one or both of these “quick courses” will gain knowledge of the principles governing the ICD-10 system to make additional ICD-10 study more efficient and meaningful.
The ICD-10-CM course, authored by Gail I. Smith, MA, RHIA, CCS-P, explores the characteristics of ICD-10-CM and provides a background of why we use classification systems in healthcare. Course features include interactive quizzes, an easy to read format, comparisons, and examples.
The ICD-10-PCS course, authored by Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA, explores the features, format and organization of ICD-10-PCS, and provides audio and visual tours of the CMS electronic files. Course features include screen shots, interactive activities, and the use of video with audio to demonstrate how to use the electronic files for ICD-10-PCS.
“Many HIM professionals know that they need ICD-10 training, but between their work schedule and personal lives, they have little time to spare,” said Susan Pepple, Vice President and COO of Libman Education. “The quick courses are meant to help resolve this dilemma. They enable students to maximize ICD-learning in minimal time; foundational material—gleaned by nationally recognized ICD-10 experts—is brought together in a succinct format for quick learning. And students can work around their busy schedules with the courses’ online, self-paced format.”
Because the ICD-10-CM/PCS courses complement one another, Libman Education is also offering them together as a complete training package for a special discounted price.
In addition, for those who take one or both courses and attend Libman Education’s Bridge to ICD-10 tour, the entire course cost is deducted from the tour price. The Bridge to ICD-10 tour is a dynamic, live training event that runs from September through November 2013, and includes two-day onsite training sessions in Massachusetts, California, and Texas.
Gail Smith and Lynn Kuehn, authors of the quick courses and the Bridge to ICD-10 instructors, are a nationally acclaimed ICD-10 training duo that have since 2010 led more than 40 training sessions, educating over 4,000 HIM professionals nationwide. They were on the development team and among the original instructors for AHIMA's ICD-10 Train-the-Trainers. Both have written books about ICD-10 and medical coding.
To learn more about “A Quick Course on the ICD-10-CM Classification Systems,” visit http://www.libmaneducation.com/7-day-free-trials-and-quic...
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ABOUT LIBMAN EDUCATION
Libman Education Inc.is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce. We offer self-paced online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Our courseware is used by individuals as well as health care providers and institutions, public and private workforce development training programs, and professional and volunteer associations interested in educating their employees, their students, and their members. At Libman Education, we offer the right-mix of online education to ensure that the health care workforce is prepared to meet the challenges of the changing health care workplace.
1. Know the signs and symptoms
A very frequent infection of transmitted partner a man can meet these days is the clap. Although most men have heard of him, few would know what to look for or what to do if symptoms were present. Part of being proactive about its health is informed. Information is key and know the symptoms means a greater likelihood seeking treatment early, and prevent the spread of the infection to her partner.
Unfortunately, the clap can be particularly difficult to diagnose, because some individuals with infection without having any symptoms. This means more easily, they transmit the infection to a partner - as they may be unaware that they are carrying it until their partner becomes symptomatic. For this reason, it is important to know the symptoms that are experienced by men and women, as an individual in society of persons may be asymptomatic and still infect the other.
Symptoms are most likely to arise from 2 to 10 days after exposure, but can take up to 30 days in some cases.
Symptoms experienced by men
· Discharge - often coloured green-yellow or white in color
· Burning during urination
· Tender, swollen reproductive glands
· Burning of the throat or swollen glands in the throat, caused by oral contact with an infected partner
Symptoms experienced by women
Female discharge - often of color green-yellow or white in color
Burning during urination
Bleeding outside of menstrual periods
Pain in the lower abdomen or pelvic pain
Swelling of the female body
Spotting or light bleeding after intimate contact
Red eyes that sting - also known as conjunctivitis
Burning of the throat or swollen glands in the throat, caused by oral contact with an infected partner
2 Know what to expect of the appointment of a doctor
For those who are symptomatic, it may be apparent to the doctor what is happening, but always will be diagnosed by a swab test. People who are asymptomatic, but have experienced a recent exposure or simply to be tested to ensure, also can be diagnosed through a simple buffer fluid. The doctor will be make a swab of the male urethra or cervix female, and the sample will be analyzed for signs of clap. Throat and anal cultures are also performed, if there is reason to test for the infection in these areas. In some cases, doctors prefer to perform a simple urine screen to test for bacteria in the urine to make a diagnosis. The test results can take several days to come, and should abstain from intimate contact if the clap is suspected, in order to avoid transmitting.
3 How is the Treaty clap
A series of antibiotics easily cures the clap. If a partner has been diagnosed with the clap, the other partner should be tested and treated simultaneously in order to avoid spreading the infection back and forth between them. As with any infection, should always finish the entire round of antibiotics - even if the symptoms go away - may not be lead to a relapse of affection.
4 Know How to male body maintain health
Here are a few quick tips to maintain the health of the male organ; After all, this is the only man ever going to get, then it should really take care of it!
If it is infected with the clap, all partners of the latter must be informed so that they can take the test. Of course, it can be embarrassing to talk about, but untreated infections can cause infertility, illness extreme or even death, so not revealing is simply not an option.
Have no relations until the full round of antibiotics has been completed and the doctor checked a certificate of good health. Still, the infection can spread during treatment!
Always, always use protection during intimacy. It is the best way to protect the male organ of the disease.
Any person who is not in a monogamous relationship should regularly screened for partner transmitted infections
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Bristols 6's bestselling nipple cover for natural, skin-like coverage has been improved - introducing NEW Nippies Skin with exclusive Invisifeel (TM) silicone technology! Nippies Skin, a revolutionary ultra-thin matte silicone nipple cover for the smoothest invisible coverage possible. Alternative silicone covers are thick, creating telltale ridges and 'puffy' looking nipples. Blending seamlessly into your skin, Nippies Skin's new advanced ultra-thin and soft Invisifeel (TM) silicone with tapered edges is undetectable when worn.
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Mary Aspinwall is well known for her website http://www.homeopathyworld.com and as the designer of homeopathic remedy kits. In addition, she has written the "Basic Guide to Homeopathy," edited "The Clinical Medicine Guide," regularly writes a column for "Homeopathy Today" magazine of the National Center for Homeopathy, has been an expert contributor for Homeopathy Radio and also Mike Adams' "Natural News" shows.
All are welcome to join us August 11, 2013 when the Health Inn show airs live at 11:00AM Eastern Time USA on http://www.nissancommunications.com/healthinn.php when Mary tells us a story about a mother and her experience with the medical system. We will be enlightened to understand the consequences of different approaches of preventative medicine from the allopathic and alternative perspectives.
Remember, "First do no harm." Mary wants to help parents learn about homeopathy as a tool to help autistic and sensitive children. If you visit many social network chat rooms you will hear many parents who are convinced that the medical choices they made led to their children's autism and other conditions.
If you are pregnant or the parent of a young child and you don't want them to become just another autism statistic, tune in to the show. You will learn what triggers to avoid and learn how homeopathy can be a safe, natural and effective alternative to pharmaceuticals.
If you are the parent of an autistic or vaccine-damaged child, this is a chance for you to find out how homeopathy can support you and your family by restoring health gently without further harm. You'll discover how to use homeopathy for first aid and minor illnesses, get access to some great free resources and gain clarity on when you need to seek professional homeopathic advice for your child.
Mary has managed her full time homeopathic practice for over 18 years. Many have written testimonials for her expertise. She has a contact page to reach her. http://www.homeopathyworld.com/blog/a-consultation-with-m...
Mary was a guest on Health Inn last year talking about infertility during our times. http://youtu.be/4a7g0KoVtDY
Go gently and softly with homeopathy.
Host, Debby Bruck, founder of Homeopathy World Community has been interviewing health experts since 2010 on BlogTalkRadio and 2011 on Health Inn. She believes that we have the power to heal from within and encourages people to become advocates for their own health through legislative action. Create waves of awareness by talking with friends, family and neighbors.
When pacemaker or implantable defibrillator wearers carrying this Pace-alert encounter strong AC electrical, AC magnetic, or high frequency (RF/microwave) fields, the alarm will go off to warn them to walk away immediately from the sources which could interfere with the implanted devices. The alarm thresholds are pre-set, based on pacemaker manufacturer’s safety recommendations. Using state-of-the-art technology (patented), Pace-Alert is specially designed for pacemaker and ICD wearers to keep a safe distance from electrical, magnetic field (EMF) and high frequency (RF) sources to effectively prevent pacemaker interference.
Detect not only low frequency/high frequency radiations, but also electrical fields common in manufacturing/factory environment. Pace-Alert stands out from other EMF detectors. Configured based on pacemaker/ICD manufacturer specifications with safety margin to give you early warning before any interference with your device. Precisely identifies low frequency (M), high frequency (RF), as well as electrical fields (E) over the warning thresholds. 3 dimensional detection means easy, accurate and speedy detection of radiations in all directions.
Easy to use with E/RF/M lights indicating any radiation stronger than the thresholds. No technical background needed. Visual and audible alarms give clear indication of radiation levels in the light or in the dark. With best quality and full functionality, Pace-Alert is ideal for medical device users at home or at work where strong EMF sources might be present. One year warranty. Battery: 9V (not included). With visual and audible alarm. Alarm for AC electric field, Alarm for high frequency and Alarm for AC magnetic field. Frequency range: 30 Hz to 5.5 GHz. 4 lights display, green/red/red/red for power/electric field alarm/ RF alarm/magnetic field alarm. Calibrated at 50/60 Hz and 2.4 GHz. Current: 30 mA.Measures 6cm length by 2.6cm width by 13.4cm height.
But knowing which products are best can be a confusing process because there are so many that can be purchased. It can be hard to determine which ones truly work and which are just a waste of your time and money. One of the focuses of this new website (http://trymeladermcream.com) is to provide in depth information about a skin lightening cream produced by Civant Skin Care called Meladerm Cream.
It took the Civant company four years of research, development, and tests, before this unique product was released to the public in 2005. All of the hard work turned out to be worth it because Meladerm was promptly awarded the title of “2005 Beauty with Science Winner” for being one of the best skin whitening products.
Over the years the innovative formula has been altered several times by the Civant Skincare company in order to help make sure it is as effective as possible. The one thing that it has never had is the controversial ingredients found in other creams like hydroquinone, mercury, steroids, or parabens. For instance the use of hydroquinone in over the counter skin creams has been banned in several countries because of it's harmful side effects to your health, and the EU banned it over ten years ago.
As an article on TryMeladermCream (http://trymeladermcream.com/meladerm-cream-reviews/) noted, Meladerm skincare cream is made up of a variety of safe and natural ingredients like Kojic acid (derived from rice), alpha-arbutin (made from the bearberry bush), lemon juice extract, and licorice extract. These are just a few of the many ingredients which work together to eliminate skin issues.
While side effects are a very real concern with many skin lightening creams, Meladerm Cream avoids that problem because it is formulated with natural organic ingredients. Quick and safe results provided by this skin lightening cream are the key reasons that it has been growing in popularity. Readers can find reviews from real customers as well as before and after pictures of them on the Civant website. For example, one reviewer said in part, "I've been using Meladerm on that area for about 2 months and have seen almost a complete fading of the spots. Great product and I have recommended to everyone"
An important fact you should not overlook is that Meladerm is a specialty product that is not available in stores. In order to control the freshness and authenticity of the product it is only available online.To learn more about Meladerm and where to purchase it be sure to visit TryMeladermCream (http://trymeladermcream.com/buy-meladerm-cream/). Visitors who may be interested in trying it will find links on how to purchase this skin lightening cream direct from the manufacturer. By doing so they will be eligible for a 30 day no question money back guarantee.
The goal of Eye Screen is to test your central vision on a regular basis. To do this, the app uses two eye screening tests: the Mini Snellen and the Amsler Grid. The Mini Snellen tests central vision, or the bull’s eye portion of eyesight (when thinking of a ringed target). The Amsler Grid Is designed to test for a wider visual field. In addition to AMD, these screening tests also warn of other potential eye problems or diseases that may be subtle, painless and difficult to detect. These problems include cataracts, vitreous hemorrhage (new floaters), diabetic retinopathy and various forms of glaucoma. Individuals with high blood pressure are at increased risk for eye disease.
Eye Screen is available now at the iTunes store. Priced at just $.99, the app is suggested for anyone (especially persons over the age of 50) who want to take a more pro-active role in their personal eye care. By setting an internal alarm in the app, users receive a reminder to take the exam periodically. While no application can take the place of a doctor’s visit, this app offers you a helpful tool to monitor your eye health on a regular basis.
Other Eye Screen Features include:
• Personal profile page to enter glasses or contacts prescription and eye doctor contact information.
• Reminder alarm to use the Eye Screen app on a personally selected interval.
• Links to eye health organizations and websites to learn more about various eye conditions and diseases
• A Yelp mapping tool to help you to find an eye care professional near you.
Eye Screen is now available at the iTunes Store.
Palm Coast, FL – The team at Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center invite you to join them for a seminar about the Lumbar Spine, as the third part of their “Preserve and Conserve” series.
On Aug. 27 at noon, guests will learn about the anatomy of the lumbar spine; degenerative disorders of the lower back; causes and treatments of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis and how it affects the lower back, buttocks and legs. The event will take place at their south office located at 84 Pinnacles Dr, Building A, and is free of charge.
“We are excited to not only treat our patients, but also educate them on the ways in which they can prevent injury and have a better understanding of their body mechanics,” said Em Dinopol, owner of Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center. “We have been seeing more healthy seniors who are enjoying having excellent blood pressure readings, and good cholesterol, however they are limited due to musculoskeletal impairments, arthritis and other orthopedic conditions," added Dinopol saying that prevention is the best medicine.
Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center is a privately owned physical therapy clinic that has proudly served the community since 2001, while providing a compassionate and trusting environment for anyone in need of physical therapy. Their mission is to enhance the overall health and quality of life for each patient by treating them with high quality, personalized physical therapy. They have done this while also establishing a solid and trusting relationship with their referring physicians, ensuring that they stay informed on the patients’ progress.
Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center treats a variety of issues including but not limited to neuropathy, pelvic floor muscle weakness, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, whiplash, headaches, athletic injuries, MVA (motor vehicle accidents), chronic neck and back pain, repetitive strain, overuse injuries, as well as Postural Dysfunction, Diabetic Neuropathy, balance impairments, Plantar Fasciitis, pre and post-operative care, incontinence, and generalized strengthening. They encourage patients not to set limits on what they can do and to schedule an appointment to get evaluated.
Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center now has two convenient Palm Coast locations: their north office at 6 Florida Park Drive N, Suite C, and their south office at 84 Pinnacles Dr., Building A. They can be reached via phone at 386-447-7824, or online at http://www.palmcoastptc.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/PalmCoastPhysicalTherapyCenter.
The Latinos for Health Luncheon will bring together over 200 health providers, hospital executives and others who support HHCGA’s work to improve health outcomes for Latinos. The event will feature Dr. Eduardo Sánchez, Deputy Medical Officer for the American Heart Association as the keynote speaker. Dr. Sánchez also currently serves as Chair of the Advisory Committee to the Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Chair of the National Commission on Prevention Priorities, and a Food & Society Policy Fellow. In addition, he serves as co-chair of the National Governors' Association Childhood Obesity Advisory Council and as a member of the IOM Standing Committee on Childhood Obesity.
“With the advent of the Affordable Care Act, which will enable thousands of Georgia Latinos to secure health insurance, it is critical that we address the health disparities commonly faced by Latinos” said Eduardo Montaña, Executive Medical Officer at Children’s Cardiovascular Medicine and HHCGA Board Chair. “The Latinos for Health Luncheon will highlight successes in eliminating health disparities as well as what still needs to be done. I encourage leaders throughout the health care community to come together and support HHCGA’s efforts to eliminate the many cultural, and policy barriers that affect Latino health in Georgia.”
Tickets are $80 for HHCGA members and $100 for nonmembers. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.hhcga.org/events.html
For more information about the event or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, contact Terry Cecil at Tcecil@sponsorcouncil.com or 678 492 0258