What is Frostbite? Frostbite occurs when the body is so cold that ice crystals form within the skin causing damage. The areas mainly affected by frostbite are hands, feet, ears, nose and cheeks. As with burns, frostbite severity is measured in degrees: First degree frostbite: Temporary tenderness and reddish skin. This will not result in…

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For Caregivers

As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, many individuals with brain injuries have unfortunately been required to put their clinic therapy visits on hold.

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Fall prevention

Older Adult Fall Prevention Each year, an average of more than 7,000 adults, aged 65 and older, die from unintentional home injuries. The top five leading causes of these home injury deaths are falls, fire/burn, poisoning, natural/ environmental (e.g., exposure to severe heat or cold or a natural disaster), and choking/suffocation. Falls alone account for…

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Family Medicine

Family medicine providers offer primary care for people in all stages of life, from wellness check-ups to more complex condition management.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find frequently asked questions about weight loss surgery, planning, and post-operative diets and exercise.

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Foot Conditions

Our orthopedic providers offer treatments for foot and ankle injuries that affect the bones, muscles, ligaments, and other structures.

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