Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Physician at Ogden Clinic, talks about “tennis elbow” – the causes, symptoms, and how to treat it.
The nine months leading up to delivery day are filled with excitement and challenges. But new moms quickly learn that the nine-or-so months after giving birth come with challenges of their own—and breastfeeding is a common one.
All men experience different levels of fatigue at different points in their lives. But at what point does fatigue level become abnormal? What can be done to treat it? We discuss that and more in a Q&A with Ryan Westbroek, FNP-C.
Summer is the perfect time to eat more fruits and vegetables. Produce is at its peak of flavor and typically goes on sale this time of year. Dr. Chappell takes us on a tour around the Station Park Harmons in Farmington to talk about the healthiest produce choices and how to pick them.
Ogden Clinic’s Challenger Ad Campaign was developed to display the Clinic’s wide range of specialties, including ENT, neurology, gastroenterology and medical weight loss. Check out some behind-the-scenes photos from the recent two-day photo-shoot that formed the backbone of the latest wrinkle in the campaign…
You only have two big toes, and they both carry the greatest load of your body weight. Your big toes are critical to overall balance, so taking care of them is a big deal. Podiatrists across the country see patients suffering from arthritic big toe joint or hallux limitus/rigidus, which tends to present symptoms in people between their 30’s and 40’s. Arthritic big toe joint is one of the most common foot problems that primarily affect women.
Everyone experiences health challenges at times — an ache or pain that we think might eventually go away, a difference in our digestive tract, or something else that doesn’t “seem normal.”
Most people endure some form of chronic pain at one point or another in their lifetime. For many, it may be tempting to seek relief in the form of prescription medication. However, prescription medications provide only temporary relief, and often carry the risk of dependency.