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Springwood Program for Women Featured in Star-Telegram, Postpartum Depression Blog
09/02/2008

Springwood Program for Women Featured in Star-Telegram, Postpartum Depression Blog

Harris Methodist Springwood Hospital, the mental health and addiction treatment program at Harris Methodist HEB Hospital, recently began the Springwood Program for Women, believed to be the first hospital-based intensive outpatient program just for women with depression. The Star-Telegram featured the new program in its Sept. 1 editions. Ramona Osburn, MBA, Springwood director, and Lisa Starnes, HMHEB public relations, were quoted in the story.

Blogs provide a valuable forum for women struggling with postpartum depression to share their stories with others facing the same issues. The Springwood Program for Women has been featured on several blogs addressing postpartum depression, including the Buoy for Perinatal Blues blog, helping the program get the word out to women that help is available.

PHD Doctor Featured in Dallas Morning News

The Sept. 2 Healthy Living section of The Dallas Morning News includes a story about the aches and pains that many women experience after giving birth. Dr. Walter Evans, an OB/GYN at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, said birth can cause postpartum pelvic problems, sore tailbones and even carpal tunnel syndrome.

PHD Internist in Dallas Morning News

Dr. Randall Wooley, an internist at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, is one of the medical sources featured in a Sept. 2 Dallas Morning News story about shingles. The story, which appears in the paper's Healthy Living section, looks into the prevalence of the painful skin condition, which is caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox.

HMHEB, PHD Therapists in Dallas Morning News

Leah Green, a physical therapist in outpatient orthopedics at Harris Methodist HEB hospital, is quoted in the Sept. 2 Healthy Living section of The Dallas Morning News. The story looks at the use of hot and cold therapies to treat pain. Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas also was mentioned in the story.

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