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At Chesterland Family Eyecare, Dr. Bianca Kostranchuk goes above and beyond to make sure her patients are seeing clearly

To care for everyone from six-month-old babies to great-grandparents, the doctors and staff at Chesterland Family Eyecare have amassed all the latest screening and diagnostic equipment to prevent, detect and treat eye conditions, as well as offer fashion-forward prescription eyewear. A Geauga County native, Dr. Bianca Kostranchuk took over the...

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Here’s how the team at MaxStrength got Beth P. on track for a major life change

After months of lockdown last year, the number on Beth P.’s scale had hit an all-time high. “I reached rock bottom in September when I saw a picture of myself and couldn’t believe what I looked like,” she says. “I had eaten junk all summer and felt super sluggish all the time.” Throughout her adult life, Beth has struggled...

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If you have knee pain, physical therapy from MyoFit just might be the best option to avoid surgery

The knee is one of the most used joints in the body, and its structure can withstand the repetitive stress of day-to-day use. But when the knee is pushed beyond its limits or turned in a direction it isn’t meant to turn, pain and injury can be the result. If this happens, physical therapy is the best first option for treatment. At MyoFit...

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Dr. Danielle Shaper, of Finesse Footcare, can zap away the nail fungus with her Lunula laser

Summer is nearly here and it’s time to break out your flip-flops and sandals. But for those suffering from Onchomycosis (toenail fungus), having people see your feet is not an option. Those with the condition experience thickened and discolored nails with distorted shapes. Not only are they unsightly, but toenail fungus can also lead to...

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Residents at The Village of St. Edward in Wadsworth are enjoying in-person visits with loved ones again

The power of a hug is like a ripple on water—far-reaching, pervasive, profound. Studies show hugs can release stress-relieving feel-good hormones, lower blood pressure and heart rate, improve mood, increase energy and even strengthen the immune system. When the doors were reopened for personal visits at The Village of St. Edward in...

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