92017Nov
News: Welcome David Benhayon, M.D., Ph.D.

News: Welcome David Benhayon, M.D., Ph.D.

Please welcome IRMC Physician Group Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, David Benhayon, MD, Ph.D. Dr. Benhayon is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist from Knoxville, TN. He received his medical degree and doctorate from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, and he did his graduate school work in developmental neurobiology at St. Jude Children’s…

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72017Nov
News: IPG Dermatologist, Yousuf Qureshi, M.D. Now Offering Extended Hours and Cosmetic Dermatology

News: IPG Dermatologist, Yousuf Qureshi, M.D. Now Offering Extended Hours and Cosmetic Dermatology

IRMC Physician Group is excited to announce that Dr. Yousuf Qureshi, IPG Dermatologist, will be extending office hours for your convenience. New office hours will be: 8 AM – 6 PM (office will close at 5 PM bi-weekly). Dr. Qureshi’s office is conveniently located at IRMC at Chestnut Ridge in Blairsville. He is currently taking…

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12017Nov
Blog: Harvest Your Healthy Family

Blog: Harvest Your Healthy Family

As the seasons change, Harvest A Healthy Family by finding ways to unite through wellness by invigorating daily routines of nutrition, exercise and living healthfully. A Latin poet once wrote “Life is not merely to be alive, but to be well.” Wellness is about living healthfully, not because you have to, but because you love…

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232017Oct
Skeletons in Your Closet

Skeletons in Your Closet

Ever heard the expression, “skeletons in the closet?” Usually this denotes some deep, dark secret, but we are here to tell you that we all have skeletons in the closet when our family histories are concerned. It is important to realize that your family history can directly effect your health. Whether it be a history…

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192017Oct
Don’t Get Fever Phobia!

Don’t Get Fever Phobia!

Don’t get fever phobia!  It’s hard to see your child suffer through a fever (also known as high temperature), and it can be difficult to determine whether your child requires a doctor’s visit or even a trip to the emergency room. Fevers themselves are generally not dangerous or harmful, but what causes high temperatures in…

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102017Oct
Back to Basics: National Chiropractic Health Month

Back to Basics: National Chiropractic Health Month

National Chiropractic Health Month, sponsored by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), is observed nationwide every October. This year’s theme is “Back to Basics”, which focuses on the importance of overall health and injury prevention for maintaining a healthy spine. Approximately one quarter of US adults reported having low back pain lasting at least 1 day…

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282017Sep
Sweet Little Myths About Sugar

Sweet Little Myths About Sugar

It’s no secret that we as humans often crave a piece of chocolate or another sweet treat from time to time, but few of us know how much hidden sugar is in everyday items such as soft drinks, candy, pastries, cookies, and canned fruits. We all know there is sugar in the chocolate we crave,…

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262017Sep
Concussions: What’s the Impact?

Concussions: What’s the Impact?

When your child participates in sports activities, bumps and bruises are inevitable, but when those blows effect a child’s head it is important to pay attention for a possible concussion. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), such as concussions, are any blow to the head which disrupts normal brain function. When allowed to heal properly, concussions are…

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