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To Your Health: Sports Performance Training Center

On this episode of To Your Health, Stan Gravois and Patrick Labat fill us in on all the exciting capabilities of the TGMC Sports Performance Training Center.

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To Your Health: Spine Health with Dr. Pourtaheri

On this episode of To Your Health, we chat with Dr. Sina Pourtaheri, a new spine surgeon at Gulf Coast Orthopedics. Dr. Pourtaheri discusses common back problems and measures you can take to prevent or relieve back pain episodes.

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Doctor's Day 2019

TGMC celebrates Doctor's Day with this continuing series of reflections from our physicians with 30 or more years of practice, as well as those who have retired from the profession.

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Doctor's Day 2018

TGMC celebrates Doctor's Day with this inaugural episode of reflections from our physicians with 30 or more years of practice, as well as those who have retired from the profession.

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To Your Health: Stan Gravois on the TGMC Healthy Lifestyles Center

Stan Gravois, Director of the TGMC Healthy Lifestyles Center, talks about 2 programs offered: The Community Sports Institute and the Sports Performance Training Center.

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Recipes - Healthy Options

Simple recipe modifications can help cut down on calories and fat without jeopardizing the taste throughout the holiday season. Here are some tips to make your holiday dishes healthy and yet still delicious!

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To Your Health: Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

On this episode, we hear from Toni Armstrong and Lacey St. Pierre about the all new TGMC Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine.

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To Your Health: Diagnostic Imaging Center of Terrebonne

Mike Muntz joins us to talk about TGMC's newest acquisition, the Diagnostic Imaging Center of Terrebonne

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Fresh Fork: Whole Grains

Chef Bryan whips up a healthy Black Barley Salad.

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To Your Health: Women's Heart Health with Dr. Charisse Ward

Learn from Dr. Charisse Ward - interventional cardiologist from CIS. She'll explain how women can take steps to understand their unique symptoms of cardiovascular disease and begin to reduce their risk.

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