Regenesis Stem Cell Center

By Dr. Charles LeeRegenesis Stem Cell Center Regenesis Stem Cell Center cares for our veterans the other 364 days a year. Dr Lee and Dr. Wardynski salute our veterans. I am Dr. Charles Lee, and I opened Regenesis in 2014 after seven years of education and training to bring the most advanced stem cell and … Continue reading Regenesis Stem Cell Center

Protecting Our Protectors: Caring for Our Veterans

By Mayor Tommy Battle Paying tribute to our military veterans is something we do with honor in Huntsville. From supporting events like the annual Veterans Day Parade to visiting the U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum, the Rocket City is very proud of all of those who selflessly serve our nation. Recognizing our veterans for their service … Continue reading Protecting Our Protectors: Caring for Our Veterans

How We Help Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

By Beau Armistead, M.A., NCC, LPCClinical Director Reboot Wellness, LLCand Landon Jones, MSW, ICP The CDC reports that roughly 1.7 million Americans suffer from mild traumatic brain injury (or mTBI) annually. Commonly known as a “concussion,” mTBI is the result of an external force that causes a change in brain function. For combat veterans, this … Continue reading How We Help Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Veterans and Epilepsy: What You Should Know

By Sara FranklinExecutive Director, Epilepsy Foundation Alabama November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, veterans are at a higher risk of developing epilepsy. Epilepsy is a brain disorder that causes seizures. There are many types of epilepsy and different kinds of seizures. When a person has two … Continue reading Veterans and Epilepsy: What You Should Know

Veterans and Alzheimer’s Disease

By: Jen ManningAlzheimer's Association Walk ManagerAlabama Chapter Blink twice. In the time it took you to do so, someone in the world has developed Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and causes memory loss and other cognitive issues that interfere with daily life. Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death … Continue reading Veterans and Alzheimer’s Disease