Lowcountry Orthopaedics is a pioneer in performing same-day joint replacement surgery utilizing the most advanced robotic-arm assisted surgical technology. The first independent practice in the Lowcountry to develop this program in an outpatient surgery center setting, the Robotic Joint Replacement Program at Lowcountry Orthopaedics Outpatient Surgery Center allows patients to have total joint replacement surgery and return home the same day! Patients benefit by eliminating the need for hospital admission and can rehabilitate at home.
Through the hormone it produces, the thyroid influences almost all of the important processes in your body, including breathing, heart rate, digestion and temperature. These systems fluctuate depending on the amount of thyroid hormone being secreted. Problems occur if the thyroid makes too much or too little hormone. When functioning improperly, the thyroid can cause a range of problems, including drastic changes to your weight, energy, digestion or mood.
When you think of jewelry in the Lowcountry, the name synonymous with beautiful diamonds at the best prices is Colucci’s Jewelers, serving the Charleston-Summerville area since 1959. For Summer Colucci, who entered the business in 2007, it has been a love affair with the beauty of gems, the emotions they evoke in customers, and the man who brought her into the business.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact the United States, Fetter Health Care Network answered the call in the Lowcountry. With many uncertainties such as testing supplies, personal protective equipment or reimbursement rates, Fetter knew they needed to step up and serve their community. Since March 2020, Fetter has served over 13,600 patients across Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester and Berkeley counties. Fetter currently leads the model for COVID-19 mobile test clinics amongst Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQHC) in the state. “We understand the importance and need to reach vulnerable populations,” Fetter Chief Executive Officer Aretha Jones-Powers explained. “We are a safety net provider and we are here to serve all communities in our service areas.”
As pediatricians, we want to see children get back to daily routines and rituals that they thrive upon. This includes getting back to school. It is important to keep a few considerations in mind to provide the safest environment possible for our precious little ones.