View All Articles

Articles Showing articles related to: Eastside

Non-surgical spinal decompression could be the answer for back pain

Dr. Michael Kellis, of Precision Orthopeadic Specialties, first found out about non-surgical spinal decompression at a national sports medicine conference in San Diego about 15 years ago. “Designed by NASA engineers, the goal of decompression is to reduce pressure and pain in the spine’s disks by stretching it,” says Dr. Kellis, who has...

Read More

Here’s why physical therapy should be your first option for treating carpal tunnel syndrome

When people feel wrist pain, they may assume it’s something bad, like carpal tunnel. The fact of the matter is, we all have a carpal tunnel—it’s the space within our wrist where veins, nerves and tendons travel from the forearm to the hand. Because of the complex nature of the wrist and hand, this tunnel can easily become compressed...

Read More

The seasonal menu at Station 43 is ablaze in heated buzz, but there are fresh new changes in the works

He had me at Pork Tacos. That’s just one of the fresh new items on Station 43’s already red-hot seasonal menu, created by Chef Brian Swaney. But wait, there’s more. Dive into the Seafood Pizza and prepare to immerse yourself in the rich flavors of the sea—topped with cheese, of course. “We change our menu seasonally to keep...

Read More

Home Town CLEaners cleans everything from small condominiums to 10,000-square-foot homes, offices and other commercial spaces

If hard work and skill combined with integrity and reliability is the recipe for success, Kenny Petersen and Daniel Krotz have a bright future. Kenny and Daniel are the owners of Home Town CLEaners and they not only love running their business, they also love to clean. “People are so busy with jobs and families. Sometimes cleaning the house...

Read More

Choice Cabinet is currently matching the price of any competitor’s similarly constructed cabinet, and knocking off an additional 10 percent

Claudine DiSanto has spent much of her life in the kitchen. “I am 100 percent Italian, so I grew up in a kitchen full of people,” she says. “One thing I’ve known all my life is that a kitchen has to be functional. It can’t simply look good. There has to be a rhyme and reason for everything, or it just doesn’t work...

Read More