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Go ahead and butt dial me

We make it easy to get in contact. With the addition of our new online scheduling tool, you aren’t limited to a phone call alone. A lot of people are embarrassed to take the first steps toward treatment, so we’ve put in place a discreet way for you to make the first move. If you’ve been holding off on reaching out to me to discuss your...

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The University Hospitals Breast Cancer Center at UH Geauga Medical Center provides support and guidance when a woman needs it most

Understandably, a breast cancer diagnosis is likely to bring on anxiety and confusion that can make it more difficult for a patient to navigate through the treatment process. That’s why the University Hospitals Breast Cancer Center at UH Geauga Medical Center provides patients with as much support and guidance as possible, assures Xuan Huang,...

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Let’s make next summer the best summer ever

Summer 2020 has been a bust when it comes to traditional summer activities, such as trips to Cedar Point, visits to Amish Country, local winery tours, and especially vacations to the beach, mountains or exotic locales—all activities that require plenty of standing and walking. However, if you are suffering from a venous condition, such...

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Is your body telling you something is wrong?

Pain is the body’s alarm system for telling us something is going wrong,” says Dr. Adam Miller, PT, DPT, of MyoFit physical therapy clinics. Listening to that alarm to pinpoint its root cause is at the core of what they do here. These independently owned clinics follow a model of private physical therapy and state-of-the-art...

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Find relief when it’s convenient for you

While many local podiatrists are limiting the number of patients they see, and not taking on new ones, Dr. Danielle L. Shaper, founder of Finesse Footcare in Lyndhurst, is expanding her practice hours. “We appreciate that a large segment of our patient population is at-risk or high-risk for falling ill with Covid-19,” she says. “That’s...

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