Arizonans are no strangers to hot temperatures, but unfortunately, during our summers it’s often safer and more comfortable to remain indoors than brave the triple digit heat. If you do decide to partake in outdoor activities this summer, being aware of the signs of heat-related illness can help keep your family healthy and safe. [Read more…]
Dr. Johnston from Arrowhead Health Centers joins 3TV & AZTV to talk about Summer Camp Health and Safety. Many people who are signing their children up for summer camp are not aware of the requirements that come with this. If your child is suffering from a chronic illness such as asthma, or a severe allergy it’s imperative that the camp counselors or whoever is in charge are aware of these health issues before hand. [Read more…]
Dr. Janice Johnston has been featured in Crain’s Phoenix “If I Knew Then” series! In this ongoing series, Crain’s Phoenix asks executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. Dr. Johnston shares how she corrected a mistake she made early in her career, a lesson that has helped her earn recent success.
Arrowhead Health Centers at the Forefront of Pain Management with Use of Regenerative Cell-based Therapies to Treat Chronic Pain
NFL Hall of Famer, Eric Dickerson, one of the first to find back pain relief through Arrowhead Health Centers’ Total Joint Rejuvenation Program
GLENDALE & SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (March 30, 2016) – Arrowhead Health Centers, a multidisciplinary medical practice, has introduced a new way to treat a variety of ailments, from a weekend warrior’s torn rotator cuff, to a former athlete’s lower back pain, or an active adult’s long-standing knee pain. With the launch of its Total Joint Rejuvenation Program, Arrowhead Health Centers is now offering a proprietary regenerative cell therapy for the treatment of large joint osteoarthritis (shoulder, knee, hip, ankle) as well as degenerative spinal conditions.
McDowell Sonoran Conservancy to Hold Party, July 25, 2014
Jane Rau, Arizona’s most decorated conservation volunteer, who was instrumental in the creation and development of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy and the Scottsdale McDowell Sonoran Preserve, is turning 92 and the Conservancy is throwing a party July 25, from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, at Ciao Grazie, 18835 North Thompson Peak Parkway in Scottsdale, to honor her, her life and her contributions to preserving the natural beauty of our Valley. [Read more…]