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    Athletic Training: More Than Just Ice & Tape

    Apr 4, 2022

    Can you imagine having doctors, surgeons, dentists, ophthalmologists, and otolaryngologists on speed dial? Kai Seshiki, Certified Athletic Trainer at Colton High School, part of Pullman Regional Hospital's Regional High School Athletic Training...

    Labor and Delivery: No Pain, No Gain?

    Mar 24, 2022

    There’s quite a divide in the baby community: natural birth versus medicated. Some expecting mamas want to forgo medication and experience the feelings, contractions, and… pain of childbirth, while others opt to receive an epidural or other pain...

    What is Long COVID-19?

    Mar 3, 2022

    For most people, mild or moderate cases of COVID-19 last for approximately 2 weeks. However, some patients experience continued symptoms that persist after recovering from their initial illness- this is referred to as ‘long COVID-19.’

    Get Your Heart Pumping with Cardiac Rehabilitation

    Feb 21, 2022

    February is American Heart Month—a perfect reminder to place a focus on the health of your own heart. Yet, your heart is something you should be on top of all year long.

    Burn Recovery & Physical Therapy

    Feb 7, 2022

    Chances are you’ve gotten a skin burn at some point in your life- perhaps from a cooking incident, fireplace, hair tool, or firework. When should you seek medical care for a burn? Is there someone in the area that specializes in burn care? What is...

    Gastrointestinal Health: Keeping Your Gut Happy

    Feb 1, 2022

    The gastrointestinal (GI) system encompasses many different facets of overall health. Certain diseases, such as diabetes, impact how your GI track performs.