The Everett Clinic is now offering Calmare® Scrambler Pain Therapy Treatment. A new therapy device that disrupts pain receptors can alleviate chronic peripheral neuropathy. Read more about Connection Newsletter: Spring issue is here
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Now that the sun is getting closer to rising when you are, you might be ready to chase it. Without starting your runs off on the right foot, however, small errors could lead to big issues. Read more about Five Ways to Keep Spring in Your Step
Early detection is the key to breast cancer survivorship. A screening mammogram is a low-dose X-ray used to evaluate a woman’s breast health. It helps doctors see whether there are any abnormalities or changes in the breast tissue that may need treatment. With this in mind, we are offering 3D mammography screenings in addition to 2D screenings.
What is a 3D mammography screening?
It’s an X-ray that takes multiple images of your breast tissue. The images are then converted to a 3D image that allows the radiologist to see the tissue in greater detail. Read more about Seeing more in 3D
Listen for Everett Clinic pulmonologist Dr. Ron Green on Health Matters radio, KRKO 1380am, 6 pm, Mon., May 11 with hosts Shannon O’Kelley, Physical Therapist and President of Integrated Rehabilitation Group, and Maury Eskenazi, radio personality from Fox Sports radio.
Dr. Green will talk about pulmonary embolism, a sudden bloackage in a lung artery: what it is, who's at risk, what the symptoms are and how it's diagnosed. He'll also discuss treatment options and prevention. Read more about Listen May 11: Dr. Green on pulmonary embolism
New videos by providers in Occupational Medicine, Orthopedics and Physical Therapy talk about incontinence, bursitis, arthritis and back pain. Read more about Back pain, arthritis, incontinence: video FAQ
The Herald and Stanwood Camano News reported on the Clinic and foundation's gift of $500,000 to the YMCA to support their capital campaign. Read more about In the news: Clinic, foundation give $500K to YMCA
Dr. Paul Schoenfeld, Director of Behavioral Health, provides tips on how to mentally prepare yourself to recover from or cope with disaster. Read more about Disaster preparedness: What about your mental health?
In The Seattle Times: CEO Rick Cooper writes on on healthcare funding decisions that will be made in Olympia this legislative session. Read more about In the news: CEO Rick Cooper on healthcare funding
“Rest easy if you’re immunized, 93 percent of toddlers are in this state — the majority of us are — so this is a really safe place to live,” Everett Clinic pediatrician Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson on the measles outbreak at Disneyland, California. Read more about Dr. Swanson: Update on Disneyland measles outbreaks
Everett Clinic pediatrician Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, author of "Mama Doc Medicine: Finding Calm and Confidence in Parenting, Child Health and Work-Life Balance,” published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, shared her top five parenting tips with KING5’s Evening Magazine. Read more about Mama Doc Medicine: Top 5 parenting tips
It's severe flu season. To stay healthy, get the flu vaccine to prevent illness or lessen symptoms, wash hands often, and cover coughs and sneezes. Read more about In the news: Severe flu season, when to seek help
We are excited to unveil the newly redesigned everettclinic.com! We have improved our website with you, our patients, in mind. Some of the benefits of our new website include: Read more about Welcome to the new everettclinic.com