The U.S. leads the developed world in the number of women who die of complications from pregnancy, and all three Mid-South states are among the states with the biggest problems. Dr. Danielle Tate from our high risk obstetrics program shared some insight into this issue both with Live at 9 and the attendees at yesterday’s special symposium in Memphis titled, “Maternal Health and Infant Mortality in Memphis: A Local & Congressional Discussion.
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Your knee started giving you trouble on a training run. When you leave work at the end of the day, your back aches. Your shoulder hasn’t been the same since you tweaked it doing yardwork. They’re minor enough that you may think twice about calling around for a doctor appointment and sitting in the [...]
Volunteer Spotlight: ONE Club’s Amanda Damron says it’s “a privilege to serve those who are serving others”
When Amanda Damron describes Regional One Health as a place where “a lot of lives have been saved” she’s talking big picture: desperate car crash victims rushed to the Elvis Presley Trauma Center, frightened moms who learned their pregnancy is a risk, tiny babies born too soon. But she could just as easily be [...]
A new technique can soothe muscle pain, ease migraines, speed recovery and more – and our Center for Rehabilitative Medicine at the East Campus is one of just a handful of local providers offering it to patients. But what exactly is Dry Needling, and who can it help? How does it work? And, given [...]