Vereen’s Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Is Game-Changer for Healing Wounds

Since opening its doors in 2013, Vereen Rehabilitation Center has offered a variety of treatment options to patients. Along with providing one-on-one care and helping patients feel stronger and more confident, Vereen has a wide range of therapy treatments that utilizes the best technological advancements to bring modern healthcare to the Southwest Georgia region. Vereen offers an array of services including physical, occupational, speech, aquatic … Continue reading Vereen’s Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Is Game-Changer for Healing Wounds

TIGHTEN THAT TURKEY NECK BEFORE TURKEY DAY

“I hate my neck. What can you do about it?” I hear this frustration constantly, and until recently, nothing short of surgery was truly effective. Those saggy necks and jowls are the result of the loss of two proteins: elastin, which gives “snap back,” pliability, and softness to the skin, and collagen, the skin’s basic scaffolding. Radiofrequency (RF) microneedling is a hot, new non-surgical treatment … Continue reading TIGHTEN THAT TURKEY NECK BEFORE TURKEY DAY

Archbold’s Bariatric Program Sees Results

According to the Centers for Disease Control, over 39% of adults in the United States are considered obese and have a body mass index of greater than or equal to 30. In Georgia, 32.5% of adults fall into the obese category. That’s up from 20.6% in the year 2000 and a drastic increase from 10.1% in 1990. Studies show that people with obesity, compared to … Continue reading Archbold’s Bariatric Program Sees Results

Blindspots in Cancer Funding

Funding For High-Profile Cancers Every year in October, Breast Cancer Awareness month succeeds in raising millions of dollars to fund research and awareness programs for this devastating cancer that affects 12 percent of women in the United States alone. Men, too, are affected by the disease, and more than 2,000 American men are expected to be diagnosed with the invasive cancer in 2019. Thankfully, extensive … Continue reading Blindspots in Cancer Funding

Cyclical Depression and Barriers to Treatment

For many, depression feels like a constant sadness, gnawing away at fleeting moments of happiness in life, an ever-present melancholy always there in the background. Depression, however, doesn’t necessarily present in such a predictable way in every person. For some, depression manifests in cycles. The waves of sadness come and go on repeat, sometimes in noticeable patterns, other times in random bursts. For those with … Continue reading Cyclical Depression and Barriers to Treatment