Patricia Neal Outpatient Therapy Center at Roane Medical Center Helping Patients with Parkinson’s disease Live BIG and LOUD
More than 20 years of research funded by the National Institute of Health has documented that LSVT BIG and LSVT LOUD improved movement and range of motion, improved vocal loudness and speech intelligibility, increased facial expression and improved confidence. Now, this program is offered in Roane County with a simple referral from your physician to the Patricia Neal Outpatient Therapy Center at Roane Medical Center.
Roane Medical Center to host ‘Hiking 101’ with Missy Kane and Biggest Winner Perry Pruitt
Interested in hiking or starting a fitness program?
Missy Kane of Covenant Health will be at Roane Medical Center to present her Hiking 101 lunch and learn program Wednesday, September 3rd from Noon to 1 p.m.
Catching a Breath
For most of her life, Sherie Beason of Wartburg, 55, smoked two packs of cigarettes each day. But over the years she developed COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, as well as heart disease.
Heart attack survivor finds comfort in cardiac rehab
Physician Spotlight: Puzzle Guru
Dr. Kristan Ahler, RMC Pathologist, gets mysteries delivered to her lab every day.
Many students arrive at medical school with the dream of becoming a gifted surgeon, and Kristan Ahler, MD, was no different. Like many others, she soon found out that her talents lay in other areas of medicine. In Ahler’s case, that was pathology...
Meet a few of the smiling faces who make Roane Medical Center a hospital with extra heart.
RMC Patricia Neal Outpatient Centers Offer Unique Therapies
RMC Patricia Neal Outpatient Centers continue to be the only therapy centers in Roane County to offer advanced rehabilitation and therapy services to patients suffering vestibular disorders, neck or spine injuries, and acute hand pain.
Vending machines on the road can quickly sabotoge your well laid plans to stay on a healthy eating plan. Roane Medical Center has some suggestions for the snacks under glass.
The Latest on Allergies
There's some new research on allergies that puts American-born children at a disadvantage...
Statement Concerning NECC injections and Covenant Health
Covenant Health hospitals and Covenant Health owned affiliated organizations have not purchased any injectable medications from New England Compounding Center (NECC)
, the company under investigation for providing medication traced to outbreaks of fungal meningitis in steroid injections. For updated information about the FDA/CDC investigations, please visit www.fda.gov
. If you have any concerns about symptoms of meningitis or steroid injections, please contact your physician or healthcare provider.