De-Stress During the Holidays

Not feeling the “comfort and joy” this holiday season? For many people, the holidays bring an increased sense of family responsibility and additional feelings of stress rather than the endless joy portrayed in media and on social networks. It’s not uncommon to feel like you’re doing more work than enjoyment with all the travel, family gatherings and long to-do lists. … Read More

Stick It to the Flu

Although we are beginning to see more people come in with flu symptoms, it’s still not too late to get your flu shot. Get your flu shot today at either OneSource location in Albany or Bainbridge. $0 copay with most insurance.* Already have flu symptoms such as fever, chills, muscle aches and cough? It’s important to contact your OneSource physician … Read More

Flu Season – Fighting Back with Vitamin D

Written by: Dr. Davis Kinney Based on the number of flu cases we have seen at OneSource over the past couple of weeks, it appears that flu season has arrived. Beyond the flu vaccine most of us feel helpless when it comes to avoiding the flu. While most people think of Vitamin D only in terms of building strong bones, … Read More

Back to School Health Tips

As gears are shifting with the start of school, it’s a great time to think about your family’s health. After a long summer break, it’s time for the kids to begin focusing on classes, sports and other after-school activities. To ensure everyone has a safe, healthy year, here are some back-to-school tips we recommend for the entire family: Get a … Read More

Preparing for Fall – Sports Safety Tips

Summer may be in full swing, but now is the time to prepare for the fall sports season. Sports like football and volleyball can be fun extracurricular activities for your child athlete, but there are a few things to keep in mind to encourage proper training and prevent injury: 1. Pre-season Medical Screening – Every athlete should receive an annual … Read More

Importance of Men’s Yearly Exams

Each June, we recognize National Men’s Health month for the purpose of raising awareness of preventable health issues and to encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men. According to the CDC, women are 100% more likely than men to seek preventative health care. Among the many possible reasons men don’t seek medical attention, the most common is that … Read More

Keeping Your Joints Healthy

May is recognized each year as National Arthritis Awareness Month. According to the Arthritis Foundation, arthritis is a disease that impacts more than 50 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. That means 1 in every 5 adults, 300,000 children and countless families are affected by at least one of the more than 60 … Read More

Taking Care of Your Employees: Injury Prevention

As a business owner, your most important asset may not be what you think. Your number one priority is not necessarily sales or even clients. It’s your employees. It’s worth repeating that if you take care of your employees, they’ll take care of your business. That’s one of the reasons why occupational health and safety is so important to keeping … Read More

Got Unwanted Weight? Let’s lose it!

Weight Loss

Thoughts of warmer days, family trips to the beach and shedding all the layers of clothes makes most people jump for joy. But, this isn’t always the case if you have unwanted weight clinging to your hips and thighs from the holidays. March is National Nutrition Month, and there’s no better time to start rethinking your lifestyle habits to become … Read More

Heat Vs. Ice

A common question we get asked is “Should I apply heat or ice to my injury?” Generally, we advise patients to apply ice to recent injuries. To understand why it’s best to choose ice over heat, it is important to understand the resulting symptom of having an injury, which is inflammation. Many of our patients show signs of at least … Read More