In this powerful patient testimonial, Andrew Arriola, DDS shares why he followed his gut when he wasn't feeling right, and chose Temecula Valley Hospital for his care, which lead to the diagnosis of sick sinus syndrome.
Cardiac Electrophysiologist Joshua Leichman, MD describes risk factors and treatment options for atrial fibrillation, medicational as well as surgical, and how best to manage and live with atrial fibrillation.
Barbara Buesch, The Stroke Program Coordinator at Temecula Valley Hospital shares the common signs and symptoms of stroke, and how to use the FAST acronym to determine if you or a loved one has had a stroke.
Katherine Baca, Cardiac Care Coordinator at Temecula Valley Hospital, discusses risk factors for heart disease, early heart attack signs and how they are different in men and women. She also explains the importance of knowing what to do if you suspect you may be suffering a heart attack and how you can possibly prevent a heart attack form happening in the first place.
Do you feel that you are missing out on gatherings due to a hearing loss? It can be frustrating and even lead to other issues such as depression. However, there are many treatment options available today to help you with that hearing loss. Audiologist Dr. Nicolle Yopa discusses important issues surrounding hearing loss and the treatment options available to help with any type of hearing related issues.
Spinal cord stimulation can help help patients manage chronic pain in the back, arms and legs by blocking or changing pain signals before they reach the brain.
Dr. Hector Pacheco discusses spinal cord stimulation as a type of therapy proven to be effective for chronic pain sufferers.
Según los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC), hasta 29 millones de personas en los Estados Unidos tienen diabetes. Si usted es uno de los muchos, es posible que tenga preguntas sobre cómo administrarlo mejor y cómo vivir un estilo de vida más saludable.
Karen Muchowski, MD, está aquí para compartir su experiencia sobre cómo vivir y controlar la Diabetes, o posiblemente prevenirla en primer lugar.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as many as 29 million people in the United States have diabetes. If you are one of the many, you may have questions about how best to manage it, and how to live a healthier lifestyle.
Karen Muchowski, MD, is here to share her expertise on how to live with and manage Diabetes, or possibly prevent it in the first place.
You don't need to be an athlete to benefit from sports medicine care. Whether you are weekend warrior, a professional athlete, or someone who just likes to keep active, when pain begins to interfere with your daily life, it might be time to see a physician to assess your pain. The key is to stay active so you can stay in the game.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. John Locke shares his best advice to prevent sports injuries before they happen, and if they happen, he discusses the best ways to treat...
Common causes of allergies could be plants, pollen, trees, grass, mold, dust and pet and animal dander. Allergies can cause uncomfortable symptoms like itchy skin and eyes, nasal congestion, sneezing, rash, and wheezing.
Sameer Gupta, MD, discusses allergies in the Inland Empire and how to identify triggers to help you control the symptoms of allergies.
What started as an apparent kidney infection led Katie Wheeler, 30, on a journey of repeated hospitalizations, tests and unanswered questions. In this podcast, she shares her amazing and beautiful story of how Temecula Valley Hospital helped her regain her life and look forward to her goals of becoming a doctor.
If you often feel drowsy or have impaired work or school performance, you may have sleep apnea. Untreated obstructive sleep apnea can lead to serious issues like heart attacks, strokes, diabetes and many other medical problems.
Matthew E. Leach, MD, is here to let you know that if you are having trouble getting restful sleep, Temecula Valley Hospital can help.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For women, the signs and symptoms may be different than in men.
Manila Zaman, MD, joins the show to discuss women's heart disease symptoms, risk factors and lifestyle changes that can make a big difference in your risk for heart disease.
Estenosis Espinal, también conocida como contracción de columna, es cuando los espacios en su columna se contraen y ponen presión en sus nervios. La Estenosis Espinal típicamente ocurre en su cuello y espalda baja.
Aunque usted no experimente ningún síntoma, algunos de los más comunes incluyen dolor, debilidad en los músculos, adormecimiento, descontrol en la vejiga y movimiento intestinal. Nuestras metas en los tratamientos son el reducir el dolor y ayudarlo a regresar a una vida activa y...
According to The National Institute on Drug Abuse, every day more than 115 Americans die after overdosing on opioids. The addiction to opioids is a serious national crisis that affects many areas of public health.
In this very important podcast, Dr.Kyle Vincent joins the show to discuss the opioid epidemic and the treatment options if you or a loved one has an addiction to opioids.
Nutrition plays an important role in patient care and recovery.
My Plate was developed by the USDA in 2011 as an update from the Food Pyramid to help guide Americans toward healthy eating by using an illustration of a plate.
In this podcast Jennifer Lyman, RDN, from Temecula Valley Hospital, provides helpful tips to help your family eat right.