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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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Your Pain Solution: How Prolotherapy Works

In my last article I gave an overview of prolotherapy. We reviewed what is involved with the prolotherapy treatment and when prolotherapy is used. I have included the information on my website www.regenerativehealingcenter.com. Today I am going to give you more details about how

Women’s Eye Health

In honor of Mother’s Day, I will discuss women and eye health. There are many diseases that cause vision loss. The most common diseases are: age-related macular-degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts and diabetic retinopathy. According to Prevent Blindness America, which is a volunteer organization that fights blindness and

Your Pain Solution: How Prolotherapy Works

In my last article I gave an overview of prolotherapy. We reviewed what is involved with the prolotherapy treatment and when prolotherapy is used. I have included the information on my website www.regenerativehealingcenter.com. Today I am going to give you more details about how

How Can We Help Our Traumatized Children?

Developmental trauma is a serious condition that hinders children in our society without our knowledge it is even happening. Take for example the case of a bright young 8 year old who was attending a yeshiva in Passaic County six years ago. At that age his IQ was determined to be 175. This young boy was overzealous in learning

Experience With the Office-Based Kyphoplasty Technique

Here at the Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders, we recently compiled data after a one-year experience with over a dozen procedures of office-based cement augmentation of spinal fractures, in the setting of osteoporosis. Compression fracture of the spine is a painful and debilitating condition that affects tens of thousands of patients

FountainView and BeThere24 Showcase Caring for the Elderly With Dignity

As our parents and loved ones age, we are often torn between keeping them safe and healthy, while affording them their independence, privacy and dignity. We live busy lives, raising families, carrying on professions and participating in our communities socially. Add to this the care and attention often needed by our aging loved ones. How

Reflections on a Monday Morning

As I drove to the hospital, I knew I would need to use my 45-minute commute as time to decompress from my personal morning stresses. My day is always unpredictable, but this time I knew that a Jewish family was waiting for me; specifically, they had requested prayers to be said for their dying loved one. Abe’s life was being

Five Great Ways to Reduce Stress

(StatePoint) The constant juggle of work, family and other responsibilities can cause anybody to feel stressed. And stress is not only unpleasant, it can have negative ramifications on your health, including stomach upset, fatigue, headache and even depression and drug abuse, according to the Mayo Clinic.

The State of Israel and Fertility Treatment

In honor of the period between Yom Ha’atzmaut and Yom Yerushalayim I would like to discuss the state of fertility in the State of Israel. This is a source of pride for many of us who live and work here in this field. When we travel to other countries, they are often jealous of the population growth in our young and vibrant

Women Get Stronger Together at FemmeFitness

Women who want to let their hair down while building their muscles up are finding their way to FemmeFitness in Hackensack. “It’s a safe place for women to be themselves,” says Director Nina Setia. “Women can get away from everything they deal with—kids, work, stress—and be real

How to Stay Healthy This Marathon Season

As the weather

warms, marathoners and bikeathoners across
New York prepare for their next challenge. New York hosts hundreds of marathons and bikeathons per year, with many occurring in the Spring and Summer seasons. Notably, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K Run/Walk occurred on

JFS Central Jersey Will Host Alzheimer’s/Dementia Support Group

Jewish Family Service of Central NJ, a non-sectarian health and social service agency, will be hosting an Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregiver Support Group on Friday, May 5, at 1:00 p.m. The group is free and open to Alzheimer’s/dementia caregivers in the community and is run in accordance with the Alzheimer’s NJ guidelines.