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Lets make a Health Connection Podcast 7 with Olga Ward of Beaverton Neurofeedback

Podcast Transcript LHC- Hello there and welcome to Let's Make a Health Connection, your local health connect podcast series in Vancouver, Washington. In this series, we interview and showcase the many healthcare providers and resources that are featured on our website, localhealthconnect.com. For those of you who don't know... [read more]

By Jennifer Barber, LICSW 10-12-2021

Lets make a Health Connection Podcast 6 Front Line Workers to the Front of the Line

LHC - Hello and welcome to a very special edition of, “Let's Make a Health Connection.” I'm James from Local Health Connect, and we're talking to Jennifer Barber about a very special promotion called “Front-Line to the Front of the Line.” Hi Jennifer. JB - Hi James! How... [read more]

By Jennifer Barber, LICSW 9-12-2021

Whiplash Symptoms and Treatment

While some people can walk away from car accidents unscathed, some aren't as lucky. Car accidents, specifically rear-end car accidents, have enough force to cause an injury called whiplash. According to Mayo Clinic, “whiplash is a neck injury due to forceful, rapid back-and-forth movement of the neck, like... [read more]

By Roger Barnick 9-5-2021

Lets make a Health Connection Podcast 5 with Karen Kennedy, CN

LHC- Hello there and welcome to Let's Make a Health Connection, your Local Health Connect podcast series in Vancouver, Washington. In this series, we interview and showcase the many healthcare providers and resources that are featured on our website, localhealthconnect.com. For those of you who don't know us... [read more]

By Jennifer Barber, LICSW 8-16-2021

Pinched Nerves

Have you ever accidentally contorted your body in a way that resulted in a sharp pain that decreased mobility in your neck or arm? If so, you might have experienced a pinched nerve. Pinched nerves can occur anywhere along the spine, including the upper, mid, and lower back. They... [read more]

By Roger Barnick 8-5-2021

Stingers and Neck Injuries

If you play contact sports, you’re probably familiar with the concept of a stinger. Also known as a burner, a stinger is the shock a person feels along their arm when they incur nerve damage. Usually, stingers only last a few seconds and the athlete quickly resumes play.... [read more]

By Roger Barnick 7-6-2021

Lets make a Health Connection Podcast 4 with Dr Roger Barnick

LHC- Hello there and welcome to “Let's make a Health Connection”, your Local Health Connect podcast series in Vancouver, Washington. In this series we interview and showcase the many healthcare providers and resources that are featured on our website, localhealthconnect.com. For those of you who don't know us yet,... [read more]

By Local Health Connect 6-23-2021

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HYSTERECTOMIES (BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK)

Real conversation with husband of my patient, after I had performed a hysterectomy: Me: Your wife’s hysterectomy went well. She is in recovery and you will be able to see her in an hour or so. Spouse: Great! Did you also take out her uterus? Me: Um, yeah.... [read more]

By CYNTHIA MCNALLY, M.D. 6-11-2021

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder We treat numerous musculoskeletal problems including “frozen shoulder.” Also known as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder is a condition that involves stiffness in the shoulder joint. This happens when the tissue around the shoulder joint loses its synovial fluid, causing discomfort and limited mobility. The tissues in... [read more]

By Roger Barnick 6-5-2021

Lets make a Health Connection Podcast 3 with Dr. Cynthia McNally

Podcast Transcript LHC- Hello there and welcome to Let's make a Health Connection. Your Local Health Connect podcast series in Vancouver, Washington. In this series we interview and showcase the many healthcare providers and resources that are featured on our website localhealthconnect.com. For those of you who don't... [read more]

By Local Health Connect 6-3-2021