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Many locals know Debbie Krupnick, and her husband Kurt, as local healthcare providers. Soon, the Krupnicks and their friends will open Summit Senior Living, a unique concierge-model assisted living home located in Prescott.
Research has shown that the physical benefits of BHRT are numerous, including added lean muscle mass, thicker hair, stronger bones, better brain function and focus, and enhanced sleep patterns. Each patient’s symptoms are unique, and so is each patient’s path to hormone optimization through BHRT, which is customized using pellets. Most BHRT patients report some symptom resolution in as little as four weeks, but full optimization may take up to six months.
Margo Williams offers a simple message for people in the midst of a new medical diagnosis, decision-making for appropriate care, or just in need of support and direction: “You are not alone.”
In the Prescott Woman Magazine April/May issue, Margo shared her personal experience about her grandmother’s and mother’s struggles with Alzheimer’s disease. Because of this experience, she understands the roller coaster these challenges take you on. She understands how difficult it is to ask for help; to be vulnerable and depend on others.
Now more than ever, our health and wellness are at the forefront of our minds. It is for this reason that Intravenous (IV) vitamin drips are becoming more and more popular. Because IV vitamins are directly infused into the circulatory system, bypassing the gut, intravenous vitamin absorption and utilization is far more effective than supplements taken orally.
The first intravenous vitamin drip was pioneered in the 1960s by Dr. John Myers, who formulated the “Myers’ Cocktail” for the treatment of a wide range of clinical conditions. Today, the modified Myers’ Cocktail, which consists of combinations of magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, vitamin C, and zinc, has been found effective against fibromyalgia, depression, asthma, migraines, fatigue, muscle spasm, and other disorders.
Every day, thousands of women visit doctors’ offices for their Well Woman Exam, and afterward, they anxiously await their Pap smear results. What exactly do these results mean, and if they’re abnormal, what are the next steps?
They say it takes a village to raise a child. Leanne Shearer, who co-owns Anytime Fitness with her husband Jonathan, takes that philosophy one step further.
“I believe it takes a community to live and grow,” she said during a recent interview.
That’s why she and Jonathan strive to run their fitness center—which has locations in Prescott Valley and Chino Valley—like a true community.
Alzheimer’s and dementia can be a difficult subject matter for any family. Finding the right services will ensure your loved one has the treatment he or she deserves during a very challenging time. Since 1999, Adult Care Services, which includes The Margaret T. Morris Center (Northern Arizona’s only assisted living community dedicated solely to dementia care) has served hundreds of women and men and their families living with Alzheimer’s disease, other forms of dementia, mild cognitive impairment, and memory loss.
Personal protection is as much a part of a well-rounded health plan as a proper diet, exercise, and positive energy. Being alert in your environment can boost good energy and serve as a vital warning, contributing greatly to your safety. Awareness is an often overlooked, yet critical protection skill. Awareness can assist your ability to prevent trouble.
In this issue of Prescott Woman Magazine, eight James Family Heart Center leaders share their cherished memories and professional accomplishments—all which have contributed in some way to the growth of exceptional cardiovascular care in our community.
Matthew Hinton, MD, has been providing quality, compassionate care to local children and their families since 2004. He’s a member of the YRMC PhysicianCare Ponderosa Pediatrics team, whose focus is honoring parents as the true primary caregivers of their children, and creating a therapeutic alliance to help children reach their health potential. We spoke with him recently about the growing concern that children aren’t getting enough quality sleep.
Despite boasting completely different resumés, when several local women spoke about the experience of coaching young women, they expressed three strikingly similar themes.
When they say everybody needs dairy, they’re partly talking about vitamin D. According to science, this fat-soluble vitamin helps the body absorb the calcium and phosphate it needs to build and preserve bone strength.