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Swelling is good and other things your doctor probably won’t tell you

It’s a common misconception that physical therapy only follows surgery or other treatment, and that you need a referral from another doctor to begin physical therapy. In the state of Ohio, you do not need a physician’s referral or prescription to have your physical therapy services covered. Actually, for the best outcomes in the long run,...

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Plato’s Closet has re-emerged with a fresh new look and tons of fabulous finds

If you haven’t seen Plato’s Closet lately, you haven’t seen Plato’s Closet. While most of us spent the quarantine period binge-watching shows and putting on weight, the team at North Olmsted’s fashion-forward resale shop got busy masterminding a fabulous floor-to-ceiling renovation in preparation for its 18th anniversary celebration...

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In an effort to serve even more patients with her conservative approach, Dr. Sarah Newey, of Newey Foot Clinic, is expanding her practice

In a nothing-succeeds-like-success development, Dr. Sarah Newey, founder of the Newey Foot Clinic in Bath, is expanding her practice and adding new technology to best serve her patients. Since opening last winter, patients have come to appreciate her gracious level of care and comfort, as well as her conservative approach to treating...

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The Village of St. Edward, enjoying a culture of creativity, peace and joy amidst Covid-19

Keeping families connected to their loved ones living in senior care facilities during the pandemic has been a daunting task. But the caring and creative staff at The Village of St. Edward has risen to the challenge. “We find a lot of fun ideas on Pinterest for keeping things fresh, such as building a lemonade stand out of a metal cart,”...

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Green and serene Knollwood Cemetery

Caring for more than 100 rolling acres dotted with exquisite trees and thousands of grave markers is a full-time job and then some. Just ask Mike Waldron and Seth Thomas, of Knollwood Cemetery in Mayfield Heights. They oversee the massive effort to keep the park-like setting pristine. Each year they start mowing grass on April 15 and...

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