Life Saving Colorectal Cancer Screening

By Kenneth Chao, MD The basic idea behind cancer screening is to catch it early, before symptoms from the cancer occur. A consistent wisdom in maximizing the chance of curing any form of cancer is if you catch it early, you have the best possibility of success.  While not all cancers lend themselves to be […]

Castle Rock Falcons and Wildflowers

  by Beverly Lane   It’s nesting season again for peregrine falcons at the Castle Rocks near Walnut Creek, so the rock formations are closed to the public. The rocks are located within Mt. Diablo State Park. However, people often access them from the Stage Road Trail, which runs along Pine Creek through Castle Rock […]

Golfer’s Elbow Got You Feeling Sub-Par?

  by: Dr. Niele Maimone, DC What is Golfer’s Elbow? Golfer’s elbow, or medial epicondylitis, is similar to its counterpart, Tennis elbow. The primary differences between these conditions are the location of the pain and the activity that leads to injury. However, both conditions are caused by overuse of the muscles and tendons of the […]

Deciding Summer Camps

Your child can help decide where to go to camp Summer may seem far away but it’s not too early to start planning your child’s summer camp adventure. Get prepared for summer camp by including your child in the decision-making process, and getting a head start on homesickness prevention. Many camp registrations open early and […]

Memory Problems

Do you know someone with memory problems? By Judy Horvath;                             In this day of hustle and bustle it is very easy to find that there is little time to deal with a close relative or friend who is having memory issues. […]

Immunotherapy in Cancer Treatment

Clinical Applications of Immunotherapy in Cancer Treatment By Bao Dao, MD; Advances in oncology are steadily progressing due to a better understanding of cancer biology, genetics, and immunology. Traditional oncologic therapies kill cancer cells via surgery, radiation, and cytotoxic chemotherapy given at various stages of disease. Besides inhibiting cell division of rapidly growing tumors, chemotherapy […]

Bulging Disc Getting On Your Nerves?

by: Dr. Niele Maimone, DC If you are suffering from a pinched nerve or herniated disc, you know how debilitating it is and how the pain slowly leaks the vitality from your life. Since 1999 when Align Healing Center opened its doors, we have been specialists in treating pain naturally; whether it’s back pain, neck […]

Sleep Apnea From A To ZZZ

by: Dr. Robert J. Brown The following is a brief review of sleep apnea, its definition, causes and treatment options. There are two types of sleep apnea, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and central sleep apnea. OSA is more common and can result from many factors including: excessive weight, large neck, small mouth, large tongue, nasal […]

Sentinels of Freedom Gala Not to Miss

Sentinels of Freedom to Host Four-Star General and Medal of Honor Recipient at Annual Gala The local non-profit that serves wounded and injured veterans through multi-faceted scholarships has announced the guests of honor at their upcoming annual gala. The April 9th event will feature four-star General Joseph Votel, US Army, and Medal of Honor recipient, […]

Brain Tumors And Help

New Advances In Cancer Therapies By Tyler Kang, MD; The brain is the master of the body, and we know that diseases that afflict the brain can cause significant problems even if other organs remain functional in a person. Similarly, cancers that affect the brain can cause tremendous difficulties and may lead to rapid death […]

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