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Shoulder Surgery

Shoulder pain is a common problem that affects many people and can be cured a variety of ways. If shoulder pain is not cured with conservative treatments, South Central Orthopaedics offers minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery. For more information, call South…

March 30, 2015 | Healthbreak

Screenings and Art of Healing 2015

South Central Regional Medical Center has been a leader in community health in this region for more than twenty years. Dr. Stevens believes in the importance of free community health screenings as one of the many reasons he and the…

March 23, 2015 | Healthbreak

Pediatric Dysphasia

Pediatric Dysphasia occurs when children have difficulty swallowing, and South Central Regional Medical Center has a comprehensive Dysphasia program, which treats individuals of all ages who have the disorder. Speech Language Pathologist Alex O’Neal says children can have difficulty swallowing…

March 16, 2015 | Healthbreak

Rhonda McNair: Introduction to Community

South Central Regional Medical Center believes that an individual’s mental health is just as important as their physical health, which is why they brought on a certified counselor, Rhonda McNair. Rhonda McNair says that many people see her to learn…

March 9, 2015 | Healthbreak

Art of Healing 2015

The Art of Healing is an annual art auction hosted by South Central Healthcare Foundation to raise money to support free community health screenings and other community health initiatives. Each artist who donates art to the event has a story…

March 2, 2015 | Healthbreak