Preventive Care – Saving You Time and Money (and Possibly Your Life)

As the popular adage goes – “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” We all take good health for granted, and most people only think about their health when they are sick. Though we have all heard this old adage, we don’t often embrace our health with it. According to the CDC

Peripheral Arterial Disease walking program provides patient pain relief

If you smoke, quit. If you have a heart problem, get it fixed. If you have leg pain because of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), do something about it. That’s the attitude that Philip Boomershine, who turned 62 in December 2016, has brought to various health problems he’s faced since his first heart issue in 1998.

Double Trouble: Greenville Man undergoes surgeries for heart, back problems

Richard O’Brien, age 70, enjoys staying busy and working outside. But one day in the spring of 2014, while doing yard work, Richard felt overcome by fatigue. Richard wondered if his heart could be causing the problem. For the last few years, he had been a patient of Henry Chong, M.D., a cardiologist with Reid