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Recognizing, Treating Brain Injuries

The human brain is an extraordinary and complex organ. It is responsible for our ability to think, feel, process information, concentrate, make decisions and experience emotions. It is responsible for our ability to walk, talk, eat, draw, write and sleep. It coordinates – without us even knowing it is happening – our breathing, heartbeat, organ […]

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LancasterConsulting

Top Trends in the Changing Workplace

The workplace is constantly evolving. Despite the maxim “the only constant is change,” change is something that continues to catch many of us off guard. Many teams are keeping up with the top three trends. Challenging traditional structures is a hot topic; modern workplaces are creating flexibility with scheduling and remote options. Work-life balance is […]

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Jeff Quigley

Treating Common Cleft Lip, Palate Birth Defects

Cleft lip and cleft palate are openings or splits in the upper lip, the roof of the mouth (palate) or both. Cleft lip and cleft palate occur when the tissues in an infant’s face and mouth don’t fuse properly. Typically, the tissues fuse in the second and third months of pregnancy. When the fusion doesn’t […]

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lite company

Lite Company Owners Passing the Torch

The Lite Company, a 40-year-old family-owned Flagstaff business, is operating in 2019 with a big change.Long-time owners Mike and Kathie Knapp have just sold their beloved business. The Lite Company has always been Flagstaff-family owned and operated and it was important to us to make sure it stayed that way. On Jan. 2, The Lite […]

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Calhoun

Knowing When Your Pet is in Pain

The International Association for the Study of Pain states that “the inability to communicate verbally does not negate the possibility that an individual is experiencing pain.” In other words, your pet is often unable to tell you that he or she is hurting in a language humans can easily understand. Instead, dogs and cats communicate […]

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Gibson

Is Frozen Shoulder in the Winter Forecast?

A frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, may be a cause of your shoulder pain. It usually occurs slowly over time, and it can limit the functional use of your arm. Contrary to its name (and fortunately for Flagstaffians), snow and ice have nothing to do with a frozen shoulder. When you have a frozen […]

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