Blog updates!

As you can see, we’ve been updating the look and feel of the blog! While the new theme is great, the change we’re most excited about is to the right of your screen — that’s right, you can book your appointment online!

This is the first time we’ve offered this service, and we’re naturally still working out the kinks. As of right now, this feature is just for established patients. If you’re new, and have never been to the office, we still need you to schedule your visit by phone or email.

Additionally, while we get the hang of this, please do us a favor and don’t schedule anything too far out. We’d hate to miss it!

Please let us know, either in person or in the comments, what you think about the updates!


Your laugh for the day….


You can help save lives!

The granddaughter of one of our patients was diagnosed with a brain tumor this past January. The little girl’s dad has put together a website to help raise money for research on her particular kind of tumor. Here’s an excerpt from the website:

On January 7, 2008, our lives were changed forever when our 10 year old daughter Emily was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor in her left thalamus. Emily’s brain tumor, a pediatric low grade astrocytoma (PLGA) is the most common type of childhood brain tumor and yet, has historically received little, if any, dedicated funding or research. Consequently, there are few treatment options available, and those that are available are invasive, toxic and mostly ineffective.

Emily is determined to change all this and she has set her sights on raising $1 million to help fund PLGA dedicated research by December 31st, 2008. We, her family, have partnered with The Pediatric Low Grade Astrocytoma Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity (founded in August 2007) to help raise money for dedicated PLGA research with a goal of developing kinder, gentler and more effective treatments, AND a cure, for the thousands of PLGA children around the world.

Please visit Emily’s website, You can buy a pixel of color for just one dollar. Each dollar – every cent – goes to PLGA research, and each pixel is added to a picture which is gradually completed as the goal of a million dollars is approached. You can make a difference in a child’s life, and make sure you tell a friend!


I couldn’t resist

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