Look Good, Feel Good

. August 31, 2018.
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While looking good and feeling good are often different goals, we think it’s easiest achieve them in tandem. Want to take some positive steps forward? We asked the local professionals for their opinions on making changes that stick.

NOMS CPW Healthcare

3130 Central Park West Dr, Suite A
419-841-9622 | nomshealthcare.com

In addition, NOMS Healthcare has locations throughout Northern Ohio.

Paul A. Barnes, PT

Paul A. Barnes, PT

What’s your first rule for health? Eat right and exercise.
What advice would you give the younger you? Keep in better contact with these people who matter to you.
To get away from it all, I… Get outside and go for a walk or hike.
What’s the best thing about your job? Helping patients with their problems to make improvements in their overall function.
What changes are you seeing in your industry? Electrical Medical Records (EMR) often takes away from time spent with patients.
What advice would you give to someone new to your industry? Don’t specialize immediately but try different areas of work in the field. Don’t close out an area, be open to new challenges.

Angie Scott Skin Health

3409 Sterns Rd, Lambertville
734-569-6066 | angiescottskinhealth.com

Angie Scott, Medical Aesthetician, Permanent Cosmetics Professional, Laser Technician

Angie Scott, Medical Aesthetician, Permanent Cosmetics Professional, Laser Technician

What’s your first rule for health? You can’t take care of others if you don’t take care of yourself first.
How does looking good relate to feeling good? I am a firm believer that if you feel like you look good, you WILL feel better and you will have more confidence.
What makes you happy? My daughter, yoga and may career. I am so blessed to have a job that I love—I truly have fun when I’m working and I love all of relationships that I’ve developed over the years with my clients.
What keeps you awake at night? Overthinking my decisions. I am a classic over-thinker.

Alternative Physical Therapy

Toledo: 2526 N Reynolds Rd
Perrysburg: 28442 E River Rd, Suite 103
419-578-4357 | alternativephysicaltherapy.com

Lisa A. Kelly, owner Licensed physical therapist, certified strength and conditioning instructor, certified in adult neurological treatment.

Lisa A. Kelly, owner
Licensed physical therapist, certified strength and conditioning instructor, certified in adult neurological treatment.

What are your first rules for health? Be kind to yourself. Determine what makes you feel your best and try to make that happen. Figure out what your absolutely minimum is for activity per week and commit to it, then add more as your time allows.
Describe a turning point in your career: In 2002, after 15 years working with a great team of professionals, I decided to leave my position as a Senior Physical Therapist at Flower Hospital Rehabilitation Center to start Alternative Physical Therapy. I designed our “whole body approach” to use my now 38 years of physical therapy experience and treat all patients as I would my friends and family.
How do you cut yourself some slack? A glass of chilled Riesling after a full day to relax the mind and body.

Associates in Women’s Health

5300 Harroun Rd, Suite 201
419-843-4836 | associnwomenshealth.com
9am-4:30pm, Monday-Thursday. 9am-3pm, Friday.

Dr. David W. Jackson, DO, FACOOG

Dr. David W. Jackson, DO, FACOOG

What’s your first rule for health? Forget to take care of themselves first. Many women put everyone else’s needs above their own, and all women need to care for themselves as well.
Tell us about a defining moment in your life: The day my first son was born. It was such an incredible experience and such an amazing love felt at one moment.
What advice would you give the younger you? Treasure the moments of life more, to take more time for myself and my family. Don’t stress so much over the small things.

Dermatology Associates Inc

Perrysburg: 12780 Roachton Rd
Sylvania: 7640 W Sylvania Ave
419-870-0777 | daohio.com

Dr. Christy Lorton

Dr. Christy Lorton

What advice would you give the younger you? Never, never bake in the sun.
My secret weapon is: Super sunscreen with antioxidants, specifically SkinMedica’s Total Defense & Repair SPF 34.
What’s the best thing about your job? All of the wonderful patients I have the privilege of meeting every day.
Something I could happily enjoy every day of my life is: Walking outdoors any time of year, rain or shine.
How do you make healthy habits stick? Self-control with the occasional indulgence.
What’s your favorite healthy snack? Apples, especially the locally grown apples.

Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management

Toledo/Sylvania: 3400 Meijer Dr
Oregon: 846 S Coy Rd
Perrysburg: 27121 Oakmead Dr, Ste. C (currently transitioning to our new office in the Fall of 2018 at 1090 W St Boundary St)
419-843-1370 | CC4PM.com

William James, M.D., founder

William James, M.D., founder

What’s your guilty pleasure…and do you avoid it? Jelly Beans. I have my wife hide them.
What makes you happy? Puppies and smiles on the face of children. Hitting a crisp 3-Iron is not bad, either.
What advice would you give to someone new to your industry? Focus on taking care of the patients, not the dollars.
What’s the best thing about your job? The people I work with and the stories patients tell.
What changes are you seeing in your industry? The independent thinking physician is rapidly becoming a rarity.

Essential Therapies

6600 W Sylvania Ave, Sylvania
419-344-9966 | esstherapy.com

Cindy Hodgson, MS, PT, PhD

Cindy Hodgson, MS, PT, PhD

What was a defining moment in your life? When my University of Toledo advisor encouraged me to follow my dream and switch gears from accounting to pursue a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology it gave my life definition. To do something so inconsistent with my previous education was difficult to embrace, but his inspiration illuminated my path toward helping others (and myself!) improve their health and wellbeing.
How do you stay inspired? Listening to books on audible.com about motivation, self-development, nutrition, or spirituality affords me insight and provides me with inspiration to share with others.
How do you make healthy habits stick? I remind myself how good I feel after completing a workout. The objective is to make it such an integral part of your life that you feel incomplete without it.

Ohio Living Swan Creek

5916 Cresthaven Ln
419-865-4445 | ohioliving.org

Sarah Schnurr, Regional Director of Business Development

Sarah Schnurr, Regional Director of Business Development

What’s your first rule for health? My health is always on my mind. My number one rule is awareness. We can’t be perfect every day, but we do need to be aware of what our body needs and maybe what our body doesn’t need.
What changes are you seeing in your industry? Today we see more seniors waiting too long to move in. They wait until they don’t feel good or are in crisis mode. We have so many wonderful activities and programs here at Ohio Living Swan Creek. Freedom to do the things that you want right at your fingertips. Don’t waiting for a crisis.
What’s the best thing about your job? All the amazing people that I work with each and every day. I work with retired business owners, teachers, doctors etc. who want to still live life and have purpose. At Ohio Living Swan Creek we truly make our residents first. We just had 140 in attendance at our yearly Luau! I do feel like I have over 200 grandparents watching over me and me watching over them.

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