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With 12 million older adults falling every year and the number rising, we need to be more proactive in helping to prevent falls. Medication management, annual eye exams, addressing how aging changes our bodies and home modifications are critical in keeping you safe as you grow older. The areas of age-related change listed by The National Institute of Health are the brain, bones and joints, eyes and ears, and functional abilities. Additionally, studies show that as we age, we lose muscle mass at the rate of approximately 5-10 percent every decade after the age of 40.

The Stealth system, a new neuronavigational tool, allows spinal surgeons to make smaller, minimally invasive incisions during operations.  WLOS News 13’s Jay Siltzer speaks with Dr. James Hoski from Carolina Spine about this new device.  Find the full segment here.

Movement in water is often easier and less painful than on land. That is why aquatic physical therapy can provide countless benefits for individuals with a variety of needs.  Read the full story at The Biltmore Beacon.

Front row (L to R) - Jill Hoggard Green, PhD, RN, COO, Mission Health System and President, Mission Hospital/Mission Medical Associates, David Jarrett, MD, Asheville Orthopaedic AssociatesASHEVILLE, N.C. (April 14, 2014) – Mission Health is pleased to announce its affiliation with Asheville Orthopaedic Associates (AOA), a six-physician orthopaedic practice located in Asheville, N.C. This new relationship will support and allow for the practice to expand its existing high-quality and patient-centered orthopaedic services to the outlying regions that Mission Health serves. The affiliation will also provide Mission Health with a more direct partnership with orthopaedic specialists to further its objective of providing a full range of high-quality care to the people of western North Carolina.


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