Regional One Health’s employee volunteer group, the Difference Makers, often donate their free time to charitable events in our community. Recently, a group of Regional One Health employees took part in the Trash Flash Mob organized by the Memphis Medical Center to clean up the medical center area. The employees gave up their lunch time to volunteer for this event to pick up trash around the hospital, including Health Science Park.
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Pelvic floor physical therapist Darianne Butler can help patients struggling with pelvic pain and dysfunction improve their quality of life
Regional One Health has recently added Darianne Butler, DPT, to its Center for Rehabilitative Medicine team. She is certified in pelvic floor physical therapy, which can help patients with issues like pelvic and abdominal pain, incontinence and pain during sex. Butler became a therapist after seeing how rehabilitation helped a loved one after an accident, [...]
Hot flashes are the most common symptom of menopause, but there is still no clear answer as to why they happen. While there is no way to prevent or cure hot flashes, doctors can help women avoid triggers and manage their symptoms. Regional One Health's Certified Menopause Practitioners work with their patients to empower [...]
Thomas Trotta’s road trip didn’t include a stop in Memphis – but when disaster struck, Regional One Health’s Subacute Care team made him feel at home.
Thomas Trotta was driving from California to New York when a stroke and car accident dramatically changed his plans. He ended up at Regional One Health's nationally-renowned Subacute Care unit. The medical treatment he received got him back on his feet, but it is the kindness he was shown that made the biggest impression. [...]