Spine and Sport

Spine & Sport is a leader in the advanced practice of physical therapy and high quality personal training services. We get results and focus on the convenience of our patients and clients. We are close to home and work, with facilities in Effingham, Richmond Hill, Wilmington Island, Downtown Savannah and Hinesville.

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Whelan Chiropractic

Dr. Whelan’s positive attitude and high energy ensures that patients who visit his practice feel comfortable, well cared for and in the company of a friend. Fascinated by the body’s ability to adapt, recover and heal itself, he is an experienced chiropractor who offers his patients nothing less than expert care and peace of mind.

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Southeastern Orthopedic Center

Our experience is your advantage. At Southeastern Orthopedic Center, one of the premier orthopedic institutions in the nation, our prestigious experience in the operating room, finely honed skills and kind, comforting demeanor ensure that every patient seeking our expertise is placed in the best possible surgical care. Dr. Mark Kamelson specializes in general orthopedics, hand and upper extremity surgery and arthroscopy. Dr. Kent Woo specializes in general orthopedics, total joint replacement and arthroscopy.

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Kevin C. Dickinson Dentistry

Doctor Dickinson is licensed by the Georgia Board of Dentistry, the Florida Department of Professional Regulation, and has been the Chief of Dental Staff at Memorial Medical Center. He is also a Member of the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and participates in over 40 hours of continuing education annually.

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A Coastal Conversion

Led by a group of dedicated locals, the Coastal Georgia Greenway may offer a key to the area’s pressing environmental and economic questions. Here’s a hint: Blaze a trail.

Penetrating sunshine, whimsical shades of khaki and green marsh grass, fiddler crabs scurrying from one habitat to the next—these are treasures found in abundance along the Georgia coast. And if you have ever wished you could safely bike or walk your way through this extraordinary environment, you’re not alone.

Thanks to the dedication and passion of a growing group of citizens, the Coastal Georgia Greenway (CGG) is drawing closer to realizing its vision of a 450-mile, connected trail system that will link South Carolina to Florida along Georgia’s pristine coastline. This breathtaking stretch of paved trails will be part of the larger, East Coast

Greenway trail system that when complete, will connect Key West, Florida to Calais, Maine—totaling 3,000 miles. To date, the entire system is 30 percent complete, with most trails found in the Northeast.

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The South’s Guide to Getting Out

It’s one of those breezy, 75-degree Savannah spring days, and all you can think of is a way to get out of the office and into the sunshine. Yet once you’ve been freed from the confines of three cubical walls, you can’t quite figure how to best embrace the perfect weather.

If you are experiencing this situation at least once a week, you probably have what’s commonly referred to as “yadunnowhattodo-itis.” Don’t worry; it’s not fatal. But if left untreated, it could lead to a severe case of spring fever. The South’s Guide to Getting Out has been proven to reduce the symptoms of this debilitating condition, by offering suggestions for what to do on those irresistibly sunny days. Read it twice and call us in the morning. Oh yeah, and we are responsible for any pleasant side effects.

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