Morning MedicalSalina Regional's Morning Medical is a 3 minute medical information segment hosted by SRHC's Mike Mattek that airs every Wednesday morning on KSCW (Ch. 5 Cox Communications) during Eyewitness News This Morning.
Below are several of the segments produced previously.
Dry Needling for Muscle Pain
Dry needling involves the stimulation of muscles through the insertion of thin filament needles into muscle and trigger points in order to relive tension. Physical therapists Denice Justus and Holly VanCleave describe and prescribe.
CertaScan, documenting newborns digitally
Newborn footprints have traditionally been recorded using an ink blotter. Today, there’s a new technology which eliminates the need for messy inks and increases child security - CertaScan! Salina Regional Birth Center experts join us to share the benefits of this newly integrated system.
Professional care for high school athletes
MAINTAIN YOUR COMPETITIVE EDGE! Meet Salina Regional Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Clinic athletic trainers, Eric, Evan and Abe. They provide coverage during sport events for local high schools.
vCare is a tool that makes it possible for physicians to use computers and video communication in order to provide virtual consultations. These virtual consultations occur in real time and allow both provider and patient to participate in a visit remotely that is just as private as an in-person appointment.
Depression, anxiety, grief, loss and other struggles
Veridian Behavioral Health is a multi-disciplinary center offering dedicated quality mental health care. Support is provided to people of all ages and walks of life including individuals and families struggling with common life problems such as depression, anxiety, marital problems, parent-child conflicts or grief and loss.
Ask About Physical Therapy First
Physical therapy is often prescribed after a procedure or injury, but you might not know that physical therapy can also be used to treat several non-surgical issues. Denice Justus, PT, gives us the lowdown on physical therapy for everyday diseases, ailments and disorders.
Immunotherapy, a New Cancer Treatment
A new cancer treatment offered at Tammy Walker Cancer Center boosts the body’s natural defenses to help fight cancer with less side effects. Oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Geitz explains the benefits of this new treatment called Immunotherapy.
StatCare renovation improves patient care
Renovations to the StatCare building on 1001 South Ohio Street have added comfort and functionality to this location.
Lisa Burnett talks about the advantages of updating and gives a sneak peek inside.
Physical therapy for urinary incontinence
Bladder leakage, or urinary incontinence, does not have to be a fact of life - it is treatable! Give physical therapist Denice Justus a few minutes of your time to explain how physical therapy can be used to overcome incontinence.
Living with diabetes is difficult and can be frustrating. However, strong support from loved ones as well as proper guidance from health professionals can make it easier to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Salina Regional Health Center, Cloud County Health Center, and Lindsborg Community Hospital invite patients and those excited about strengthening their community to join a local Patient and Family Advisory Council.
The simulation lab is a key element in educating doctors, nurses and students for the medical field. Mannequins that talk and imitate human functions are used to train for real situations.
“Early childhood experiences are crucial in terms of our ability to process trauma [and] be resilient through difficulties.” Kristen Hymer, LSCSW, of Veridian Behavioral Health discusses how childhood experiences impact adults.
New COMCARE Facility
As a population ages, the need for medical care increases. Joel Phelps, chief operating officer at Salina Regional Health Center, and COMCARE family physician, Garrett Hooker, M.D., join Morning Medical to share about the new COMCARE facility at 2090 S. Ohio St. and the future of family medicine in our area.
Project SEARCH at Salina Regional Health Center
Project SEARCH Interns Help Instructor Ardis Bryan shares about the business-based training and transition program for young adults with disabilities at Salina Regional Health Center. Interns train by working at the hospital with the goal of later finding employment in the community.
Linda Hinnenkamp, RN
Tammy Walker Cancer Center (Colorectal Cancer)
90%-95% of colorectal cancers are due to controllable variables like smoking, diet and exercise. Linda Hinnenkamp, RN, Cancer Outreach Coordinator at Tammy Walker Cancer Center, shares some of those variables and what you can do to reduce your risk as well as monitor colon health.
Adrienne L. Gapter
The start of a new year is the time many use as an opportunity to begin fresh and make better life choices. Adrienne Gapter, Clinical Exercise Physiologist with WellPlan, shares advice that will help you successfully attain your new-year goals and encourage you to find your way around failure. You can make big changes by starting small. Have a happy and successful new year!
Kraig Bertram, D.O. | Salina Pediatric Care
Meet Kraig Bertram, D.O., a pediatrician at Salina Pediatric Care. Dr. Bertram cares for youth from infants up to age 21 and also practices sports medicine. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Bertram or any of our pediatricians, call Salina Pediatric care at 785-825-CARE (2273). Friendly, exceptional care to keep your child healthy…for life.
Cancer and Social Work
Tammy Walker Cancer Center provides emotional support for cancer patients and their families. Lynn Pankratz talks with Mike about the program and its role in providing comprehensive care.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) was the 3rd most common cause of death in the United States in 2014, however it is largely preventable. Smoking is the leading cause of COPD. Jenni Dunn joins Morning Medical to raise awareness about this progressive disease.
Tobacco Use Prevention
Daniel Craig with the Saline County Tobacco Use Prevention Coalition and TWCC Cancer Outreach Coordinator Linda Hinnenkamp talk with Mike about Salina area resources for prevention of tobacco addiction and assistance with quitting smoking.
Salina Regional Neurosurgery
Salina Regional Neurosurgery specializes in surgery of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves, as well as diseases associated with these areas, including pinched nerves, herniated discs, brain and spine tumors and complex cervical spine disorders.
Salina Pediatric Care
Learn about Salina Pediatric Care and the services offered.
Tammy Walker Cancer Center
Oncology nursing services available at Tammy Walker Cancer Center including teaching and help with treatment.
- Clinical trials through TWCC
- Nursing services at TWCC
- Learn about HPV
- Sun safety & skin cancer
- Tobacco Use & Prevention
Learn about the ER Department at Salina Regional Health Center.