Friday, June 23, 2017

7 Ways Walking Is Good For Your Health

The science is undeniable - taking brief walks every day (even for only 30 minutes or so) offers numerous health advantages. In order to help you maintain a healthier lifestyle, Central Ozarks Medical Center has comprised a quick-hitter list of some of the important ways walking is good for your health. Pull out your favorite pair of walking shoes and head outside... you won't want to miss out on any of these amazing benefits!



1. Increase Energy
You might be surprised to learn that walking is an excellent way to boost your energy levels naturally. Every cell in your body benefits from the increased circulation and oxygen supply generated by going on a brisk walk. Though it may sound counter-intuitive, try to get outside and get moving the next time you're feeling drowsy.

2. Ward Off Dementia
Dementia affects thousands of aging adults in the United States. Characterized by increasing forgetfulness and loss of long-term memory, dementia can be a heartbreaking disease. Some studies have shown that seniors who walk a few miles per week are less likely to lose their memory as the years pass. It's never too soon to start!

3. Improve Mental Health
Exercise is a powerful natural mood-booster. The endorphins released during exercise can help overcome feelings of stress and anxiety. In some situations, they can be just as effective as antidepressants. The next time you're feeling stressed or overwhelmed, take a break and go for a brisk walk outside.


4. Tone Muscles
By giving them regular exercise, walking is a great way to tone the muscles in your calves, thighs, and rear. If you focus on maintaining a straight posture while you walk, you'll also help tone your waist and abdominal muscles. Incorporating hills into your route will help you tone your muscles even more. (As an added bonus, keeping your legs toned will help prevent the appearance of varicose veins.)

5. Lose Weight
Walking is an excellent way to burn additional calories throughout the day, which helps boost your metabolism and makes it easier to lose weight. If you've been looking for an easy, low-impact way to up your activity level and potentially shed a few extra pounds, walking could be the perfect solution.

6. Strengthens The Heart
Getting regular cardio exercise is an important part of maintaining a healthy heart. Cardio exercise - such as walking - helps reduce high blood pressure (which lowers the risk of a stroke). It also helps increase levels of good cholesterol and decrease levels of bad cholesterol.

7. Prevent Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes often occurs in adults who are overweight or obese. By helping you to maintain an active metabolism and a healthy weight, walking can be an excellent way to prevent (or reduce the symptoms of) type 2 diabetes.

Consider COMC Your Local Healthcare Resource!
Here at Central Ozarks Medical Center, we make it our mission to help our patients be the healthiest versions of themselves. From prenatal care to senior care, we are proud to offer medical, dental, and behavioral care to patients of all ages. If you would like more information about our healthcare services in central Missouri, check us out online at www.CentralOzarks.org.

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Meet Our Behavioral Health Providers!

Maintaining strong physical health isn't always as simple as taking blood pressure and completing labs. In order to be truly healthy, you must consider the close relationship between your physical, mental, and emotional state.

At Central Ozarks Medical Center, we recognize the close relationship between physical health, emotional health, and behavioral health. We realize that in order to achieve a lasting positive outcome, all these aspects must be treated (sometimes simultaneously). We are proud to have experienced Lake of the Ozarks behavioral health specialists on staff expressly for this purpose. Today's blog is designed to help you get to know these talented providers a little bit better.


Behavioral Health Providers at COMC

Michael Stone, PsyD

Dr. Stone received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Southwest Missouri State University and Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Psychology from the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Missouri. He completed an internship at Wasatch Mental Health in Provo, Utah, and he completed his postdoctoral residency at Dakota Counseling Institute in Mitchell, South Dakota. He remained at this community mental health center for about 10 years. While there, he served as the Chief Psychologist and Director of Training, and was very involved with the training of graduate students, interns, and postdoctoral residents pursuing doctoral degrees in Psychology. He is a past president of the South Dakota Psychological Association, and a member of the Missouri Psychological Association and Psi Chi National Honor Society for Psychologists.

Prior to joining Central Ozarks Medical Center, Dr. Stone operated a private psychological practice in the Osage Beach and Jefferson City areas. His specialty areas of practice are psychotherapy with adults and older adult populations, as well as psychological testing and assessments.

Dr. Stone resides on a small acreage near Iberia, Missouri. He and his wife, Jennifer enjoy spending time with their grandchildren and traveling. In addition, Dr. Stone is an avid collector of music, musician, and recording engineer. He also enjoys cooking for family and friends.

Elizabeth Ewers Teel, Ph.D.

Dr. Teel received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary and Special Education from William Woods College, in Fulton, MO, her Masters and Doctoral Degrees from the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO. She completed an internship, post-doctoral fellowship, and residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, AR. Her areas of training were in Neuropsychological Assessment, Autism Spectrum Disorders Assessment, and Educational Assessment. While there, she also gained valuable skills in in Parent Child Interaction Training (PCIT). Her residency concentrated on working with the Adolescent Gynecology Clinic, High Risk Newborn Clinic, and Oncology Clinic, in collaboration with various medical professionals. 

Prior to joining Central Ozarks Medical Center, Dr. Teel worked for the State Department of Mental Health, Comprehensive Psychological Services Division for 18 years. She spent her last 6 as the Chief of Children’s Community Operations for the Central Region (31 Counties). She left this position to join Pathways Behavioral Health Care for the past 5 years as a Clinical Psychologist in their Jefferson City and Waynesville Offices.

Dr. Teel resides with her husband in Dixon, MO. She enjoys participating in all aspects of her and her husband’s operation: Three T Quarter Horses. She and her husband breed cow and reining horses. They also train and show them with the American Ranch Horse Association.

Danette Harrington, LCSW

Danette received her Bachelor's degrees in pre-medicine and psychology from Ohio Wesleyan University and the University of Louisiana. She attended Concordia University for graduate training in School-Based and Christian Counseling and received her Master’s degree from the University of Nebraska in Clinical Social Work, majoring in individual and small group counseling.

Prior to joining Central Ozarks Medical Center, Danette practiced in an outpatient mental health clinic. She also worked as a medical clinical social worker with hospice, home healthcare, ER, nursing home, and dialysis patients.

Danette started her career as a school social worker serving special education students. In her spare time, she started a therapeutic horseback riding program.

Danette utilizes a service dog, Dollie, in her practice for those patients who desire to interact with pet therapy. She occasionally spends time away from work on mission trips, including four in Afghanistan.

Trust COMC With Your Behavioral Health Needs

Our job at Central Ozarks Medical Center is to provide you with the tools and resources you need to achieve (and maintain) optimum health and wellness. Tending to your behavioral and emotional health is an important part of the process. We are proud to offer a variety of tools and programs designed to assist with these efforts, including assessments, private consultations, and family counseling.

Visit our website to learn more about our behavioral health services in Mid-Missouri.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

6 Myths About Health You Probably Believe

Health is an interesting thing. We tend to take it for granted and not think much of it until if/when something happens and we lose it. Once it's gone, we do everything in our power to get it back as quickly as possible. Ironically, maintaining good health is often much easier than regaining health once it has been lost.


As the best health clinics in central Missouri, we at Central Ozarks Medical Center have made it our mission to help improve the health of patients all over the Mid-Missouri region. This week, we are taking the opportunity to bust some common myths about health so that you may break past the misinformation to pursue a healthier lifestyle.

Myth #1: Being Outside In The Cold Can Make You Sick.
Despite the prevalence of this myth, the truth is that being exposed to cold air cannot, by itself, make you sick. In fact, you may be more likely to get sick if you stay indoors, where germs are more easily passed. The only caveat is that if you are already slightly under the weather, cold air may compromise an already struggling immune system, thus worsening your symptoms.

Myth #2: Everyone Should Take A Multivitamin.
Multivitamins have long been heralded for their health benefits. Packed with lots of different vitamins, a multivitamin can your body get the vitamins and minerals it needs to be healthy. While it's true that some people can benefit greatly from a multivitamin, not everyone needs one. If you're eating a well-rounded diet of vegetables, whole grains, fruits, nuts, and healthy oils, you should be getting all the nutrients you need already.

Myth #3: Toilets Are The Dirtiest Parts Of Public Bathrooms.
If you're worried about germs, you probably hate the idea of using a public toilet. Most people who are worried about germs will use a toilet seat cover to shield them from the germs that may be on the seat. While there may be some germs on the toilet, the truth is that the toilet is often the cleanest part of the bathroom. The floors, door handles, and bathroom/stall doors (areas that are not cleaned as frequently) are the real places you need to watch out for.

Myth #4: Cracking Knuckles Leads To Arthritis.
If you crack your knuckles or pop other joints regularly, you've probably heard people caution you that the habit can lead to arthritis. However, no studies have been able to prove this correlation. The popping sound actually forms from a harmless gas bubble that "pops" between your bones.

Myth #5: Alcohol Warms Your Body
This is a widely held belief, but physically and anatomically speaking, it isn't true. Drinking alcohol can cause your blood vessels to dilate, which increases blood flow near the skin. This can cause you to feel warmer, but the reality is that it can actually cause you to lose body heat faster.

Myth #6: You Must Drink Eight 8 oz Glasses Of Water Daily To Stay Hydrated
Experts generally recommend that you drink 64 ounces (or eight 8 oz glasses) of water per day in order to stay hydrated. While this is a helpful guideline, not everybody needs to drink this much water in order to stay hydrated. Conversely, some people need to drink more water in order to maintain healthy hydration. The best rule of thumb is to watch your body's signals. Dark (as opposed to very light or clear) urine, for example, is often a sign that the body is dehydrated.

FACT: Central Ozarks Medical Center Is Your Local Healthcare Resource!
With multiple locations in Camdenton, Osage Beach, and Richland, COMC is your convenient local resource for all your healthcare needs. We have physicians on staff who collectively specialize in a broad range of services, from prenatal to senior care and everything in between. To learn more about our health clinics in Mid-Missouri, visit us online at www.CentralOzarks.org.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

No Insurance? NO PROBLEM!

Access to high quality, affordable healthcare should be an innate American right. Unfortunately, despite national programs to make healthcare more accessible to Americans, continually rising costs of both healthcare and insurance make it difficult for many people to afford the care they need. 


At Central Ozarks Medical Center, Our Mission Is Simple:

We strive to increase access to comprehensive primary and 
preventative healthcare and to improve the healthcare status
 of underserved and vulnerable populations in 
Camden, Laclede, Miller and Pulaski Counties.

While we do accept many insurance programs, our goal is to keep a person's lack of insurance from being a roadblock to the quality healthcare he/she deserves. For this reason, we proudly offer a sliding fee discount program to make our services affordable and accessible.

The Sliding Fee Discount Program at COMC

Our Sliding Fee Discount Program is a needs-based program designed to make our healthcare services affordable to anyone in need of primary or preventative healthcare, as well as medical, dental, and behavioral care.

Our needs-based program is based off of household size and household income. Please note that household income includes all income earned by all individuals counted in household size. Household size includes all people living in your home except those that you are not financially responsible for.

Qualifying For Our Sliding Fee Discount Program

In order to verify eligibility, we must ask you to provide personal financial information to prove your household income. Confidentiality is extremely important to us - please know that none of your personal information, financial or medical, can be released without written consent. The following are all acceptable forms of proof of income:
  • Paycheck stubs
  • W-2 or 1099 from last year
  • Tax return from last year
  • Letter from employer showing year-to-date wages and dates of employment
  • Letter from Social Security, Veteran's Affairs, Employment Office, etc.

Other forms of proof of income may be accepted. These other forms will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Additionally, all patients under the age of 19 must have a Medicaid denial letter in order to be eligible for the program.

The applications for our sliding fee discount program are effective for a period of one year. Ongoing patients at COMC are required to submit a new application each year in order to maintain eligibility for the program. If your income level changes at some point during the year, we ask that you notify our health clinics at the Lake of the Ozarks as soon as possible.

Contact Us For More Information

At Central Ozarks Medical Center, we believe that financial challenges should never come between you and the quality care you need and deserve. We pride ourselves on offering quality healthcare that works best with your financial situation. 

In addition to our sliding fee discount program, we happily accept Medicare, Medicaid, most major insurance programs. If you are uninsured and would like to look at insurance options, we have Assisters on staff to help you navigate the process. 

To learn more about our affordable healthcare services in Central Missouri, visit our website: www.CentralOzarks.org

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Thursday, May 25, 2017

7 Top Tips to Stay in Tip-Top Shape this Summer

Health isn't a destination - it's a lifelong journey. Every day, every single thing you do will either contribute towards (or detract from) your overall physical health. Getting regular physical exercise is an important way to boost your overall health. If you're looking for some ways to get a little more active and healthy this summer, Central Ozarks Medical Center is here to help. Here are a few suggestions to help you get in tip-top shape this summer season.


1. Visit The Farmer's Market.
Not only is visiting your local farmer's market a great summertime pastime - it offers numerous advantages as well. One, it allows you to get a little bit of mild exercise as you stroll past the various vendors. Two, it gives you access to fresh, healthy produce you can use to prepare your meals. Three, the produce available at farmer's markets is often priced much lower than comparable produce would be at the local grocery store.

2. Hydrate Before You Eat.
In our country, we commonly mistake the feeling of thirst for the feeling of hunger. As a result, it is not unusual for us to eat more food than we really need. Before reaching for snacks this summer, drink a glass of water to hydrate yourself. After that, you can evaluate whether or not you are actually hungry.

3. Walk Or Bike Instead Of Drive.
If you're only traveling a short distance, why not take the opportunity to walk or ride a bike to your destination instead of driving your car? Walking and biking are excellent forms of cardio exercise. You can also park farther back in parking lots to give yourself an excuse to walk a greater distance. As an added bonus, you'll save money on gas!

4. Go For A Hike.
The Lake Area is home to both Ha Ha Tonka State park and Lake of the Ozarks State Park. Both of these parks offer multiple beautiful trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Hiking is a great way to get outside and breathe the fresh air while staying active. 

5. Snack On Watermelon.
There's a reason watermelon is a summertime favorite! This juicy fruit is 92% water, which means that consuming watermelon is a great way to stay hydrated (as well as curb hunger by quickly filling your stomach). It's also extremely low in calories - there are only 46 calories in a cup (152 grams)!

6. Avoid Overheating.
One of the only downsides to summer is the potential of overheating. Heat stroke can hit anyone, although young children and elderly individuals are often particularly susceptible. Stay in the shade as much as possible when you are outdoors, and be sure to drink plenty of water and electrolyte drinks when you are outside.

7. Limit Alcohol.
Iced or frozen cocktails, cold beer, and/or chilled wine are summertime staples for many people, but the unfortunate truth is that alcoholic beverages contain lots of calories. Not only that, but alcohol is inherently dehydrating. While you may understandably want to enjoy an occasional beer, glass of wine, or cocktail throughout the summer, limiting your alcohol whenever possible is a great way to stay in better shape.

Happy Summer!
On behalf of all of us at Central Ozarks Medical Center, we hope you have a truly spectacular summer! By adopting these strategies into your summertime routines, you should find it much easier to maintain a healthy lifestyle this season. 

If you should find yourself in need of specific medical attention or would simply like to schedule a routine wellness check for you or someone in your family, don't hesitate to reach out to one of the staff at our health clinics in central Missouri. We look forward to serving you however we can.

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Meet Our OBGYN Providers!


Support for pregnancy, hormonal shifts, and other aspects of women's health are some of the most important healthcare services a woman can receive. It comes as no surprise that the quality of obstetric and gynecological care women receive is of extreme importance to them. In order to provide optimum care to our female patients, our affordable health clinics at the Lake of the Ozarks employ the best OBGYN providers in the area. This week, we're here to introduce you two the two primary OBGYNs on our team: Dr. Sarah Buchanan and Dr. Robert Nielsen.

Sarah M. Buchanan, MD

Sarah M. Buchanan, MD, is a graduate of University of Missouri-Kansas City Combined Medical Program. She completed her residency in Family Practice Medicine in 2004 from Seneca Lakes Family Practice (Seneca, South Carolina) and a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Dr. Buchanan has volunteered with Volunteers in Medical Missions to Peru and with Global Volunteers to Ecuador providing health check-ups to villagers and street children as well as well-woman and well-child exams, respectively.

Dr. Buchanan has been practicing since 2005, and has been with Central Ozarks Medical Center for 4 years.

Dr. Buchanan is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Buchanan provides general obstetrics and gynecology services, including high risk pregnancies, menopause, adolescent care, and pelvic surgery. In addition her specialty in women's health, she takes a special interest in bioidentical hormone therapy, alternative medicine, and acupuncture.

Robert Nielsen, DO

Robert C. Nielsen, DO, is a graduate of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville, MO. He completed his internship at Des Moines General Hospital and his residency at North Oakland Medical Center (Pontiac, MI). Dr. Nielsen served in the United States Army from 1978-1982, the Iowa National Guard from 1982-1989, and in the Michigan National Guard from 1989-1995 where he served in Operation Desert Storm as a Major in the Medical Corps.

Dr. Nielsen has been practicing Medicine for 27 years and has been with Central Ozarks Medical Center since 2011.

Dr. Nielsen is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a Fellow with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Consider Us Your Resource For Obstetrics At The Lake Of The Ozarks

Knowledge and preparation are key to enjoying a healthy, safe pregnancy. From the confirmation of your pregnancy to your final postpartum checkup, our OBGYN providers at the Lake of the Ozarks will do everything they can to support your pregnancy and the delivery of your healthy newborn. 

If you would like to learn more about our obstetric and gynecology care at the Lake of the Ozarks, visit our website at www.CentralOzarks.org.

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The Danger Of Sitting

America is a predominantly sedentary culture. We sit at our desks, at the dinner table, in the car, at church, in class, in front of the TV, at rest stops, at presentations, and practically anywhere else we happen to find ourselves. We do this out of comfort, mainly - standing is tiring, whereas sitting allows us to relax and be comfortable. However, the unfortunate truth is that all this sitting is taking a serious toll on our collective health. Central Ozarks Medical Center is here to take a look at the danger of sitting for extended periods of time.


Health Risks Of Sitting

Sitting is least healthy position we regularly put our bodies in - it carries the potential for more adverse health effects than standing or lying down. This is partially because Americans, as a whole, sit with very poor posture that limits circulation and contributes to a variety of health problems. Here is a quick look at some of the parts of the body that may be adversely affected by prolonged sitting:

Heart
When you sit, your muscles burn less fat and your blood flows more slowly. This makes it easier for fatty acids to build up in your heart, which can significantly increase your chances of developing heart disease.

Brain
As blood flows more slowly, so does the transportation of oxygen and various important chemicals. All aspects of the body can be affected, including the brain. Sitting for several hours may cause your brain to become foggy and sluggish. If you've ever felt "brain dead" and resorted to a quick walk to clear your mind, then you probably know exactly what we're talking about. 

Pancreas
Not long ago, we discussed how the pancreas produces insulin - a hormone that enables the body to break down the glucose in the blood and transform it into usable energy. Sitting for prolonged periods of time can cause the body to produce too much insulin, and when there is an excess amount of a certain hormone, the body begins to ignore its signals. Excess insulin may hinder the body's ability to convert blood sugar into usable energy, which can contribute to the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. (Learn more about diabetes here.)

Abdomen & Back
Standing or sitting upright requires your core abdominal muscles to work. However, if you're like most people, you relax into a comfortable slouch when you sit down. Slouching doesn't require any effort from your abdominal muscles, and as such they may become weak and atrophied overtime. Consistent slouching also causes numerous back problems.

Neck
The problems with slouching do not stop at the back. Hunching forward requires your neck to strain upwards in order for you to look straight ahead (at your computer screen, for example). Prolonged strain on the cervical vertebrae in this manner takes a serious toll on the body and may result in several problems, including headaches.

These five examples can help you get preliminary understanding of the different ways extended sitting adversely impacts health, but the list doesn't stop there. Extended sitting has also been linked to increased risk of:
  • Lung cancer
  • Colon cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Hip problems
  • Varicose veins
  • Weak bones
  • Weight gain
  • Mental health issues

What Can We Do To Counteract The Problem?

Sources estimate that many American spend nearly half their lives (over ten hours per day) sitting down. Until recently, it was thought that by going on a walk, run, or jog (or performing another type of physical activity) in the mornings or evenings could offset the adverse health effects of sitting throughout much of the day. However, recent studies have indicated that this is not true.

Last year, the American Heart Association (AHA) went so far as to say that no amount of exercise can make up for how much we sit during the day. What, then, can we do?

Evening and/or morning exercise is important, but it shouldn't be our primary focus. Instead, we should make a point of moving as much as we can throughout the day. Unfortunately, if you have a desk job, this is often easier said than done. There are things you can do, however, such as getting up and take a quick walk outside, standing up frequently to grab a drink or a healthy snack, and/or taking the time to do a few stretches throughout your day.

Good Luck!

We hope that this information has inspired you to make movement a priority in your life. The important thing to remember is that any movement is better than no movement - rather than overwhelming yourself by setting impossible goals, focus on adding a little extra movement whenever and however you can.

If you should need professional medical assistance at any point, remember that Central Ozarks Medical Center is always here for you. With several convenient locations around the central Missouri area, our affordable healthcare services at the Lake of the Ozarks and in Richland are available whenever and wherever you need us.

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