• Wellness Awareness

    Take the ache out of headaches

    2/19/2019

    If you’re one of the millions of people who experiences frequent headaches, you don’t need to suffer in silence. New treatment options can make a difference in the frequency and severity of headaches. That means relief from pain and a better quality of life.

  • Cancer Care

    Offering hope through research: Dr. von Holzen

    1/31/2019

    What makes Goshen Center for Cancer Care physicians different? They go above and beyond for their patients. Take Director of Surgical Oncology Urs von Holzen, MD, MBA, FACS. Not only is Dr. von Holzen a board certified and fellowship trained surgical and thoracic oncologist, he brings with him a tireless commitment to actively find solutions for the cancers he fights on a daily basis. 

  • Cancer Care

    A different kind of care: Dr. James Wheeler

    2/14/2019

    Long-time experts can sometimes be resistant to change; this isn’t the case for Dr. James Wheeler. For 30 years, Dr. Wheeler has been a practicing radiation oncologist, with 13 of those years spent at Goshen Center for Cancer Care. In that time, Dr. Wheeler has not only seen the field of radiation oncology modernize, he’s helped advance Goshen Center for Cancer Care into one of the top cancer centers for radiation oncology in the country. 

  • Wellness Awareness

    Know your treatment options for knee osteoarthritis

    2/11/2019

    Are you one of the estimated 27 million with osteoarthritis? It’s the most common form of arthritis in the knee. Caused by normal wear and tear on joints due to age, weight, activity as well as injury or trauma, it can lead to pain or stiffness that interferes with daily activities.

  • Wellness Awareness

    Good lifestyle choices reduce risk of cancer

    2/21/2019

    Did you know that obesity and high alcohol consumption are key risk factors for cancer? In fact, obesity will soon overtake smoking as the leading preventable cause of cancer in the U.S.

    “Obesity is associated with increased risk for breast, colon, prostate, uterine cancers,” said Leonard Henry, MD, MBA, FACS, Medical Director and Surgical Oncologist at Goshen Center for Cancer Care. “Those are four of the top five cancers we diagnose. The other is lung cancer.”

  • Heart and Vascular

    Good Heart Health

    2/26/2019

    Remarkable and durable as the heart is, it still requires proper care. According to Naturopathic Provider Sonam Desai, good heart health involves addressing three key factors: nutrition, physical activity and stress management.

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