Updated 1/10/22

Updated Visitation Policy (1/22)

Effective January 10, 2022, we have updated both hospitals' Visitation Policy: Non-COVID Pediatric patients will now be allowed one non-rotating visitor. Read the full policy for details here.

Blog Posts

Parkinson’s Physical Therapy: Think BIG and LOUD!

Patients with Parkinson’s disease may have trouble with daily life activities like getting dressed, moving around their home, and sometimes communicating. Their movements may become slower (bradykinesia) and smaller (hypokinesia) with both “large” and “small” motor tasks. Patients often have…

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National Wheelchair Beautification Month

Many members of our community handle mobility challenges as a part of their daily life. These can come from many causes, like knee injury or surgery, cerebral palsy, or maybe just a temporary issue that requires rehabilitation. Every July, we…

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“The Last Ounce of Courage”

A Tribute to COVID Staff and Patients, by Dr. Larry K. Martin With the sudden power outage at my studio, I remembered the Severe-Thunderstorm Warnings- of damaging, straight-line winds. The rain came down in torrents, almost horizontally, in translucent sheets….

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Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths for both women and men in the U.S., according to the American Cancer Society. Colorectal cancer occurs when tiny growths, or polyps, on the inner lining of the colon or…

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It May Be Time for a Sleep Study with RMC

Experiencing good sleep on a consistent basis is essential for a productive, healthy, and successful life. While many people are aware that they suffer from sleep deprivation, others may have no idea there’s an issue. Both sides, however, may experience…

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