Regular health screenings can be potentially lifesaving. Learn more about screenings based on your risk factors and family history.
By now, we’re sure you’ve heard a million times about the importance of covering a sneeze or cough with your elbow or why you should be washing your hands more than usual and avoiding touching
Many people are facing unprecedented challenges at home including financial strain, unemployment, fear of illness and difficulty adjusting to the “new normal.” During these trying times, Texas Health Physicians Group (THPG) is here to support
It’s certainly cold out, but if you’re one of the millions of Americans who vowed to up your fitness game in this New Year, what’s a determined amateur athlete to do? Why, slap on a
Patience really is a virtue when it comes to athletes and sports injuries. But too often an athlete’s passion for the game and willingness to push his or her body to the highest level is
School-age kids from all over the North Texas area have headed back to class this fall, ushering in a frenzy of new schedules and tryouts for sports teams. Whether your student is the starting quarterback
Yesterday, you enjoyed a long jog and your thighs are now feeling the burn. When do muscle aches and pains cross the line between soreness and a sports injury? The American College of Sports Medicine
Summer is winding down, and that means fall sports practices are preparing to ramp up. Before your young athlete gets back in the game, a pre-participation physical exam can determine whether it’s medically safe for
Dr. Paul Heikkinen, a chiropractor, knows all about treating pain. He has dedicated his career to offering patients therapy and information to help them live active, healthy lifestyles without the nagging aches and pains that
Alyssa Rodriguez has been dancing most of her life. Some of her fondest childhood memories were inside a dance studio. She had her first major injury at the age of 13 with a torn meniscus.