Breast Cancer Prevention – Part 1

Breast diseases and complaints are extremely common among Western woman. Today statistics show that 50% of women in this country will have some medical complaint concerning their breasts at some point in their life and one out of every 8 or 9 women will develop breast cancer. These unfortunately high statistics make prevention of breast cancer vitally important.

Throughout a women’s life she experiences the significant effects of her waxing and waning hormones. During the times of her menstrual cycles, pregnancy, and menopause she becomes especially aware of how much her entire well-being is affected by this hormonal balance. Having the proper amounts of hormones in the body determines a women’s fertility, the suppleness of her joints, the strength of her bones, her mental clarity, water and digestive metabolism, sleeping patterns, ect. We need hormones to feel good and we also know that too much can lead to problems.

Continue Reading

Some thoughts on radiation

To begin with I would like to start by asking everyone to take a moment and send some prayers/positive energy to the people of Japan.  Times like these provide such challenges, but also remind us of all the blessings we enjoy, but don’t always remember to appreciate.

We have been getting a lot of questions concerning the effects of radiation on health, as well as ways to minimize the effects that exposure to high doses of radiation can pose.  There seems to be a general consensus  among the experts that there is very little

Continue Reading

First Official Middleway Blog

So we finally decided to do a Middleway blog. Ann and I are usually finding interesting things to learn about and we wanted to be able to share what is new in the world of Middleway, healthcare, and the Rogue valley. Our hope is that this is somehow helpful, or at least mildly entertaining. We are open to questions or comments about current events, or ideas for topics of discussion. Stay tuned!

Continue Reading


Mon–Thurs 9–6
Friday 9–5
Saturday 8:30–12


Phone: 541-535-5082
Fax: 541-535-3026

Send Us An Email

Schedule Appointment