Aloe Vera Tea Made for More Than Sipping

Aloe vera tea comes from the sap of an aloe plant, which grows in warm environments, and can be used to treat a wide range of things from a sunburn to digestive problems. Many people combine the sap of this tea with another base tea, such as black, oolong, or green tea. Prepared Aloe vera tea is also occasionally sold in health food stores by … Continue reading Aloe Vera Tea Made for More Than Sipping

Impressive Innovations at Thacker Dermatology

At Thacker Dermatology, we are always working to bring the latest and greatest technology and products to South Georgia and the surrounding areas. We introduced the EmSculpt in our practice almost one year ago, which is the first FDA-cleared energy device approved to burn fat and build muscle mass, and have had great success treating patients’ abdomens and buttocks. At the end of September, our … Continue reading Impressive Innovations at Thacker Dermatology

New Treatment to Prevent Hair Loss in Cancer Patients at Archbold

Many patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer will experience hair loss. And the common side effect, which typically occurs anywhere from seven to 21 days after treatment begins, is widely recognized as one of the most traumatic experiences a patient may encounter during cancer treatment. Archbold Memorial Hospital’s Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center is hoping to change that. The Singletary Oncology Center recently acquired the … Continue reading New Treatment to Prevent Hair Loss in Cancer Patients at Archbold

Local South Georgia Clinic Game Changers in Treating Migraine and Spine Pain

The Migraine and Spine Clinic of Valdosta is the game changer when it comes to treating migraine and spine pain. Opened in 2017, the clinic is the only specialized urgent care in South Georgia that treats patients with acute migraine episodes and back pain with non-narcotic nerve blocks and steroid injections, which allows most patients to go back to work and daily life right after … Continue reading Local South Georgia Clinic Game Changers in Treating Migraine and Spine Pain

Hyperhidrosis: How to Not Sweat It

With temperatures outside soaring, sweating provides a useful way to cool our bodies and lower our temperature. Hyperhidrosis, or sweating that is more than what is required to regulate normal body temperature, is no laughing matter. It affects nearly 5 percent of Americans (more than 15.3 million people) and a much higher percentage in many other countries. The cause of primary hyperhidrosis is unknown, but … Continue reading Hyperhidrosis: How to Not Sweat It