In the November/December 2012 HealthScope Issue
Sleep Disorders Center physicians explain why sleep and good health go hand in hand.
According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, there is a direct connection between sleep disorders and heart disease, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, heart attack, congestive heart failure, stroke,
depression and diabetes.
While trying to sleep, have you ever felt a tingling, itching, irresistible urge to move, and do you kick or stretch your legs? Has your partner’s sleep been affected by your constant movement and kicking? If you answered yes, you may have a common sleep disorder called Restless Leg Syndrome, or RLS.
Staying healthy with diabetes is all about knowledge and self-control. You have to understand the disease and how your actions affect it, and then use that knowledge to make the right decisions for your health.
At the Floyd Memorial Cancer Center of Indiana, our multidisciplinary team of breast cancer experts focuses on providing each patient with the most up-to-date, advanced care available.
Floyd Memorial Breast Cancer Nurse Navigator
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The Floyd Memorial Birthing Center is proud to announce the newest addition to its family of providers, Carla Layne, ARNP, CNM. Carla has over 15 years experience in OB/GYN nursing care and 10 years of experience in nurse midwifery.
The Floyd Memorial Wound Healing Center would like to welcome podiatrist, Nicholas Ferro, DPM, to the physician panel.
Floyd Memorial is proud to announce that River Cities Cardiology providers M. Saleem Seyal, MD, FACC, FACP, D. Marty Denny, MD, FACC, Christopher Hofelich, DO and Rebecca Di Cicco, PA-C, have joined Floyd Memorial Medical Group.
Floyd Memorial is proud to announce that board certified family medicine physician, Terry Perkins, MD, has joined Floyd Memorial Medical Group- Charlestown.