OK so you made some resolutions at the beginning of the year, and you have actually been able to stick to it. You’ve lost some weight and you’re feeling real good about yourself. Congratulations! You deserve a real big pat on your back, may be even some chocolate cake. Just kidding, that might set you back. The bottom line is you set a goal and you are well on your way to reaching it.
As a former patient of Goldson Spine Rehabilitation Center, I know how important the patients are to the staff members. Whether you are a new patient or have been going there for years, the staff is always warm and welcoming. As you walk through the door of the Pembroke Pines office, you’re greeted warmly by Maryann Ramos with maybe a joke or two to brighten your day. She along with the other staff members show genuine concern for you when asking how you are, how things are going, and how a certain family member is doing. While you’re interacting with them, the wait time to be seen flies by and, before you know it, a staff member will be showing you to an exam room.
Hey you beautiful Goldson Spiner’s! My name is Felicia, but you can call me Princess Fe. I’m here today because I am on a very tough mission that I believe a lot of people would like to join me on. As you can see I’m not the skinniest chick on the planet and as of late I am growing tired of being overweight. Yeah I said it, overweight lol! Honestly I’m quite comfortable in my skin, but my 21st Birthday is coming up & I have to make sure I am on point that day because I’ve been dreaming about it for forever! I have decided to start a lifestyle change to get myself together not only physically but mentally as well.
OMG!!! What a complete success! Goldson Spine Rehabilitation Center has recently enjoyed our second annual Dr. Fidel S. Goldson Sr. 5k Health and Wellness Expo.! This event took a lot of time and energy out of the Goldson team and because of that we are getting rave reviews! We just want to extend a very strong heart-felt thank you to everyone who helped put it together and those who participated in the run.
I typically answer this question by starting off with a few simple facts. First, I tell people that Chinese medicine has been around for a very, very long time. The first evidence of the type of medicine that led to the Chinese Medicine that we see today dates back to about 6,000 BC, which is about 8,000 years ago. Back then man was using stone needles on tattooed acupuncture points on the body. That’s close to 8,000 years of uninterrupted use. Western medicine as we’ve come to recognize it today wasn’t even invented until the 1350s (the middle ages), which makes it less than 700 years old.