Regional One Health hosts advanced training for therapists looking to improve care for musculoskeletal dysfunction
Regional One Health’s East Campus will host an advanced training program on the Graston Technique, which therapists can use to expand their options for treating patients with various forms of musculoskeletal dysfunction. The M2-Advanced [...]
City-wide disaster drill helps Regional One Health prepare for any crisis that could impact the city
If it keeps you up at night, it’s probably on Ashton Anderson’s to-do list. As Regional One Health’s Safety Officer, it is Anderson’s job to think about and prepare for the nightmare scenarios that [...]
Imaging Center Manager Susan Edwards said imaging is non-invasive with little risk of pain.
When Scott Finney was hurt in a training ride, doctors helped him heal without dangerous drugs that could undermine his goals
Scott Finney’s life was right on track. He had gotten married over the summer, and he was training for a 100-mile century ride. When he got on his bike August 25, words like “collapsed [...]
By promoting responsible antibiotic use, Regional One Health ensures effective medication is available when needed
“Superbugs” are becoming increasingly common, causing alarm, illness and even loss of life as new bacteria emerge that prove resistant to medications. With such incidents on the rise, Regional One Health wants to be [...]
Driven by compassion, Emily and Joel Long want to donate cuddle cots to all Tennessee hospitals, including Regional One Health
Emily and Joel Long say the compassionate care they received after losing their infant daughter last summer helped them heal, and now they’re on a mission to provide that same opportunity for other Tennessee [...]
Radiation from imaging is safe, but the tests should only be performed when a doctor says they’re needed
Susan Edwards, manager of Regional One Health’s East Campus Imaging Center, said the level of radiation in the tests is low and safe. “You’re not getting any more radiation than you do if you spend the day out in the sunshine,” she said.
Center for Rehabilitative Medicine offers hope for Parkinson’s patients thanks to full range of unique therapies
Recently added is a specialty program which is specifically geared toward persons with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s. It complements the unique Parkinson’s speech therapy they were already providing.
Student athletes Ty and Sariah Conley get to the next level with Regional One Health’s Post-Rehab Wellness Program
“Physical training isn’t only about the training. It’s counseling, mentorship and coaching all in one,” Robinson said. “It’s easy for young athletes to get overwhelmed. My role is to work with them so they are physically and mentally prepared for training and for competition.”
“Plenty of patients ask, but techs should not give information and should not even react to what they’re seeing on the image,” Edwards said. “They aren’t doctors, and while they do know how to get around your anatomy, they aren’t qualified to diagnose you.”