Patient Education May 26, 2017

Food Prep Safety for Memorial Day

Millions of American’s will usher in summer this Memorial Day weekend with outdoor parties and barbecues. However, Coordinated Health Primary Care Physician Michael Nimeh warns that if you are ...

Better Living Magazine May 3, 2017

Cholesterol 101

Millions of people worldwide suffer from high cholesterol. Although the condition is a major risk factor for both heart disease and stroke, it is easily diagnosed and can be managed. Cholesterol is a ...

Patient Education May 2, 2017

Understanding Sports Hernias

As sports hernias become more common among professional athletes such as Tom Brady, Terence Newman, and Simon Gagne, athletes everywhere should be aware they could be at potential risk of the painful, ...

Patient Education April 27, 2017

Easy Ways to Strengthen Your Core

Core training should be an important part of your workout routine. Not only does it strengthen your abdominal muscles, but it also promotes spine health. Back pain is frequently linked to a weak core. ...

Patient Education April 19, 2017

Common Causes of Night Pain in the Shoulder

More than 4 million patients seek care for shoulder pain annually in the U.S., many of them suffering from pain throughout the night. This pain can range from mild to excruciating, and it is almost ...

Patient Education April 18, 2017

Finding Your “Sole” mate

It can be tempting to shop for a deal when it comes to footwear, but investing in quality shoes can benefit your wallet and overall health. For many people, shoes are a fashion statement. However, ...

Patient Education April 13, 2017

Birth Control Options for Every Lifestyle

Not your Parent’s Birth Control Birth control for women has come a long way over the years. But, with so many options to choose from, what’s the best method for you? Coordinated Health ...

Patient Education April 10, 2017

Protect Your Young Athletes Shoulder

As the weather warm up, youth athletes are focusing their attention on spring sports. Most spring sports involve some sort of throwing motion, which places the shoulder at particular risk. Any youth ...

Patient Education April 5, 2017

If it’s not Breast Cancer, What Else Could It Be?

The American Cancer Society estimates that nearly 252,710 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2017. Fortunately, not every bump, lump, rash or pain we feel on our breasts turn out ...

Patient Education April 3, 2017

Common Foot and Ankle Injuries in Young Athletes

While injuries are unfortunately part of being an athlete, young athletes often encounter injuries that are unique and age-specific. The foot and ankle is a common source of these injuries.   The ...