Concerned that traditional methods of western medicine weren't addressing the root cause of her patients' problems, Dr. Linda Chenaur furthered her chiropractic studies to include Applied Kinesiology and the use of Total Body Modification body and energy balancing, as drug-free alternatives for chronic health conditions.
It had been four years since 25-year-old Adam Stelmach fell from a four-story parking structure.
Ground broke on the building of a three-story medical office building on the campus of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, said a spokesman with the construction company Intertex.
Medications dripped. Machines beeped. A constant stream of loved ones shuffled in and out.
Nola Aronson has been in the business of helping Santa Clarita residents restore their hearing for more than 25 years.
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital opened its first Cardiac Rehabilitation Center in mid-February, assisting the post-surgical transition home through education and supervised exercise.
With one arm bent and held out at his waist, Myles McNamara walked slowly up a short flight of stairs, stepping as delicately as he would with his mother on his arm.
The time of crude medicine, distant clinics and house calls has passed. But in Santa Clarita, some doctors still maintain a small-town, family feel that's often missed in the shuffle of big medicine, faceless specialists and ever-evolving technology.
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