Holiday Checklist? Don’t Forget “Flu Shot”

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The holidays are already one of the busiest times of the  year. On top of that, COVID-19 is requiring everyone to make difficult decisions about how to celebrate safely this year.  Between preparing for the holidays and working to keep you and your family safe, it is likely that many of us have overlooked or

Safely Celebrate the Holidays

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It may feel like we need some holiday cheer more than ever this year, but it is still important that we celebrate safely. This doesn’t mean you have to completely miss out on our favorite traditions, but you may need to make a few changes to the way you experience the holidays this year. Below

New Year’s Resolution: Tips for Shedding Weight

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One of the most common New Year’s resolutions to make is also one of the hardest to keep: weight loss. While a fresh start in the new year may provide inspiration to shed extra weight, it is important to take certain steps to ensure that you stick to your resolution. Below are a few tips

Stay Ahead of the Curve When it Comes to Kidney Stones

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Either you, or someone you know, has likely experienced kidney stones. And if you have developed kidney stones before, you know that they are a painful experience. Kidney stones are concentrated substances, usually composed of calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate. They can cause symptoms such as: Sharp pain in the abdomen or back Pain while

Our Occupational Medicine Facility is Here to Help

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At Crisp Regional we are committed to helping you live your healthiest, most pain-free life. Getting injured while working can make it extremely difficult to resume your normal life.  The doctors at our occupational medicine facility specialize in treating work-related injuries and will work hard to get you back to living a pain-free life.  

Is it Finally Time for a Knee or Hip Replacement?

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Have you been living with hip or knee pain but aren’t sure whether a hip or knee replacement would be beneficial for you? Many adults live with arthritis or other conditions that cause severe joint pain.   While there are several options for treatment, sometimes initial treatment methods prove to be ineffective. And rather than

Know the Risks for Esophageal Cancer

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Esophageal cancer cases have been rising over the years, so it is important to understand the cancer and if you may be at risk for developing the disease.    Your esophagus is the long pipe that goes from your throat to your stomach. Cancer of the esophagus can be one of two types: squamous cell

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

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Lung cancer is one of the most common, and deadliest, cancers. However, there is a lot that people don’t know about lung cancer. This month is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, which is a great opportunity to learn more about lung cancer and its risk factors.   This information can be helpful to those who have

Tips For Keeping Your Kidneys Strong

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Your kidneys are vital to your body’s functionality. They work non-stop to filter blood. Over time, it is common for our kidneys’ functionality to decrease as we age. But some people experience severe kidney problems, like chronic kidney disease. And if left untreated, this can lead to major health problems like stroke, heart attack, kidney