Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Welcome Kelly K. Brown!

Please help us welcome our new mental health practitioner, Kelly K. Brown! She will be starting practice with us in about a month. Stay turned for more information about Kelly!

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Upcoming New Omaha Office!

We are excited to announce a new larger Omaha office, which will be just north of Oak View Mall! The address will be:
13911 Gold Circle Suite 240 Omaha NE, 68144
We are relocating to serve our patient's needs more efficiently, leaving our long-time Omaha location in May. We look forward to welcoming you to a new expanded facility! The new office has plenty of parking, good visibility and easy access from West Center Road. Our phone and fax numbers will remain the same. 

Friday, January 6, 2017

NEW Office and day in Fremont!!

Many of you have heard about our new Fremont office. The address is:
415 East 23rd Street (Highway 30) Fremont NE, 68025
We left our long-time Fremont location last month and relocated about a block away, across 23rd Street from Fremont Health. . The new office has plenty of parking and easy access off Highways 30 and 77. Our phone and fax numbers remain the same. We look forward to welcoming you on an upcoming Wednesday for your next visit!

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

It's Sunmmertime! Get Fit!!


Some people think  that the hardest step in a new fitness program is the first one. But most of us now know that's not true— we've taken that step many times!  It's the 2nd, 5th and 73rd step that trip us up. Stumble a bit later and you're less likely to even try again.  Life is full of obstacles to our best intentions.illness, vacations, work or family...
Step 1 GET STARTED!! Grabbing a cup of your favorite caffeinated beverage 30 minutes before starting will help motivate you to get moving. Also it improves your mood, the chances of persisting, boosts endurance, and helps you burn up to 15 percent more calories for three hours afterwards. Consider treating yourself to some new workout clothes, and make sure that you choose an activity that you actually like doing!!
Step 2: KICK IT UP A NOTCH!! Once you've been at it for a while and you're beginning to see results, change your workout. Add a jog once every 10 minutes of walking, do some situps in between sets of weight lifting, or do something a little harder in 30-second bursts. This can improve raise you metabolism and lower blood sugar; and enhance motivation But make sure you also rest when needed, watch for injury, and keep track of your own progress! More people quit their program due to boredom than burnout, so vary things a bit on a regular basis.
Step 3: MAKE IT A HABIT!! Getting into the right fitness routine can be as simple as  thinking ahead. Try repacking a gym bag after each workout or laying out your workout clothes in advance. Place your workout time on your calendar so that your workouts are just another part of your day. Consider working out with a friend or relative. Knowing other people are waiting for your arrival can be great motivation.. 

Friday, April 4, 2014

Narcotic addiction is a treatable disease. We soon plan to begin offering buprenorphine-based addiction services. In this practice, we use a combination of medications and counseling to treat substance abuse. We currently offer pain management services to manage your symptoms using alternative treatments!

Thursday, August 30, 2012

If you want to lose weight, never, never, diet!!

If you want to look great in that swimsuit, don't severely cut back on calories ! The answer isn't a "bootcamp" exercise plan either!

Severe cutbacks in food intake and unsustainable levels of exercise causes your body to release stress hormones and conserve energy.

1. Decrease that serving size, but never go hungry.

2.Swear off stressors, find the best way for you to relax your mind.

3. Find activity you enjoy and make it a habit.

4. Aim at losing about 0.5 to 1% of your weight monthly.

5. Weigh yourself no more than weekly.

6. Allow a splurge meal every week.

7. Walk more, drive and sit less.

8. Don't be afraid to ask your doctor, spouse, friends or family for help.

9. Once you reach your weight goals, maintain those good habits.

10. Eat healthy foods you enjoy at a slower pace to give your body a chance to signal you it is full. 

Tuesday, August 21, 2012