With a reputation for providing advanced care to patients with complex, neurological conditions affecting the brain and spine, Capital Institute for Neurosciences recently welcomed two new advanced specialists.
Following an aggressive and widespread flu season last year, Dr. Maryana Tselniker offers some insight on flu prevention and what to do if you think you caught the flu.
In his first column, Ewing native and physical therapist Richard Stoneking encourages readers to be more positive about aging.
Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the US, with more than 48,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Capital Health now offers the most advanced screening and treatment options.
For almost 30 years, residents in Mercer County have relied on Capital Health’s certified wound care team to provide comprehensive health care for patients with chronic wounds.
Daniel Moen, the new president of St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton, wants to look beyond the hospital’s walls.
Complete Health of Lawrenceville is a full wellness and holistic care practice offering physical therapy, chiropractic care, and a full gym.
Dr. Honesto M. (Sto) Poblete from RWJ Vein and Vascular Surgery in Hamilton offers insight to this common condition.
St. Francis Medical Center is now holding its annual blanket and coat drive as part of its mission to help those in need.
Capital Health Medical Group’s network of highly trained specialists continues to grow with the addition of two providers who have significant experience serving patients in the greater Mercer, Bucks and Burlington county region.