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COVID-19 Update:

We know that life has been, well, a little different lately. The FNCC is still open and seeing patients, and we are taking every precaution necessary to make sure that we are operating in a safe and healthy environment. Below are some things we'd like to ask of you, so we can provide the best care possible:

1. If you are currently experiencing any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19 (cough, fatigue, sore throat, shortness of breath, and fever), please refrain from visiting our office and isolate until you are symptom-free for 72 hours. We take ours and our patients' health very seriously, and we promise we can see you as soon as you're better. 

2. If being seen in the office, please wear a mask. There are lots of easy do-it-yourself masks available online!

3. When you arrive for your appointment, please text or call the office at (407) 494-0053 and let us know you are here. To minimize contact, we will be only allowing one patient in the office at a time. When you arrive in the office, please wash your hands thoroughly!

 
DID YOU KNOW?

FACTS ABOUT STROKE:

-Stroke can affect someone at any age, not just seniors.

-Stroke is the #1 cause of adult disability.

-Every 40 seconds, someone in the US has a stroke.

-80% of all strokes can be prevented.

 
MONTHLY WELLNESS TIP: PRACTICE GRATITUDE!

What are YOU grateful for today?

This can be anything from “My coworker brought me coffee when I needed it” to “I’m grateful to be alive today”. No matter how grand or inconsequential the thought, practicing gratitude can be an important (and healthy!) part of your daily routine.

The results of a study conducted at UC Berkeley in 2016 found that patients who practiced gratitude writing during each session of therapy showed better overall mental health at four and twelve weeks following the conclusion of the study. Additionally, people who frequently practiced gratitude tended to shift attention away from toxic emotions, and as a result spent less time focusing on negative experiences.

Much like how we direct our rehab exercises to have long-lasting effects on the brain, the study showed that practicing gratitude may have a potential for long-lasting effects as well. Those who practiced gratitude showed greater activation of the medial prefrontal cortex when assessed three months later, meaning that there is a potential to improve mental health over time via long-term changes in the brain!

Do you practice gratitude? If you do, how do you think it affects you?
 
WANT 10% OFF YOUR NEXT VISIT?

COME BACK

If it's been more than 3 months since your last visit, we'd love to see you back in the office! Call to make an appointment, we will give you 10% off.


TREAT YOSELF
Turning another year older (or younger) this month? Call for your next appointment and we will give you 10% off for your birthday!

YOU DID A GOOD THING
Refer a friend or family member to our office, and receive 10% off your next visit after their first visit! We appreciate referrals almost as much as we love you!


 

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