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    Stroke Rehabilitation: Pathway Back to Normalcy

    May 20, 2022

    A stroke is a dramatic, sometimes life-altering event. While the effects of a stroke differ from person to person, there is one constant: the benefits of stroke rehabilitation therapy.

    How To Introduce Allergens to Your Baby

    May 11, 2022

    Did you know there are 9 major proteins that trigger allergic reactions? With so many common prepared and packaged foods incorporating one or more of these allergens, introducing new foods to a baby can seem daunting.

    I Have to Get lab work done... Now What?

    May 6, 2022

    Anytime you hear you have to get a medical exam, imaging, or procedure it can be a source of anxiety. What do you need to do now? What should you expect? What happens next? Our ‘Now What?’ blog series walks you through these procedures so you’re...

    Support Groups: You're Not Alone

    Apr 21, 2022

    After a difficult life event or diagnosis, the last thing you may feel like doing is sharing your experience, grief, and struggles with others. However, social support groups can have a positive impact on the mental processing of trauma, decreasing...

    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...