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NHC Scott – Raising the Bar on Physical Therapy

In 2016, a couple of events occurred in my life that had significant impacts on me and my family.  On July 4th, while I was relaxing at my mother-in-law’s home and taking a nap under a tree, a limb fell out of the tree and hit me on the head.  But for the chair in which I was sitting having a cover which broke the fall, I am quite certain the limb would have taken my life. Continue reading

Caring for Minor Children

“Who would take our children? I am not sure anyone would be willing to take them,” remarked Shelly to her attorney, Jim. “It’s not that they aren’t good children. They are all fine, but there are 11 of them! If something happens to Pat and me, who will take them?” Continue reading

Eating More Seafood Could Protect Your Brain Against Alzheimer’s

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for humans. Consuming the proper amounts of omega-3s helps to lower your risk of coronary heart disease and improves your cholesterol. Some studies are even looking at omega-3s as possible treatments for cancer, depression, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Now, a new study has found two more reasons why you should add more seafood to your diet: diets rich in fish might help prevent Alzheimer’s disease, and the mercury that is found in fish does not lead to cognitive decline. Continue reading

The Most Important Estate Planning Document

What is the most important estate planning document? Answer:  The one estate planning document that everyone 18 and older should have is an Advance Health-Care Directive.  It is not the sexiest tool in the estate planning toolbox, but can head off family strife, heartache, and needless attorney’s fees in ways that no other document can. Continue reading