Fit Louisville

2017

Greater Louisville Health Guide is a directory and resource guide to health providers and services in Louisville, Kentucky. Includes listings of area doctors and dentists, hospitals, nursing homes and emergency care.

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2 8 F I T 2 0 1 7 - 2 0 1 8 Special Advertising Section Balance running with other exercises for best results, say the experts at Ken Combs Running Store Are you in love with your running? Unlike other relationships, your relationship with exercise should be promiscuous! It's best to enjo ent types of exercise, says Ken Combs Running Store's Larry Holt. Make running a "favorite" but not your "one and only" way to exercise. The repetitive motions of running should be balanced with other motions. Holt advises runners to pepper their regimen with cross- training: swimming, strength, yoga, barre, cycling or pilates. Flexibility and strength training will improve and lengthen your lifespan of running. If you are running five days a week, drop it to three and add three days of other complementary exercise," advises Holt. Ken Combs Running Store is a specialty- sports store in the heart of St. Matthews dedicated to runners, other fitness-minded people and the local community: 4137 Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, KY 40207; (502) 895-3410; kencombsrunningstore.com Kentuckiana Pain Specialists treat chronic pain with Targeted Drug Delivery Chronic pain is defined as persistent pain that lasts longer than six months. It is estimated tha s from chr e adults than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Chr eat and many patients find oral opioids are their only source of relief. Unfortunately, oral opioids . Targeted Drug Deliver s patients an alternative solution to treat their chronic pain. TDD administers medication to the cerebral spinal fluid, bypassing the bloodstream and significantly reducing the potential f y requiring a fraction of a typical oral dose. The continuous infusion of medication also prevents typical peaks and troughs of oral opioids. For help reducing your chronic pain and to learn more about TDD, call Dr. Ajith Nair, Kentuckiana Pain Specialists, (502) 995-4004, or visit kentuckianapainspecialists.com.

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