Program for Post COVID Illness

MANA Physicians Launch Program to Care for People with Post COVID Illness April 13, 2021 — FAYETTEVILLE, AR – MANA Medical Associates is offering a Post COVID Recovery Program for people who are experiencing symptoms weeks after their initial COVID illness at several of their locations in Northwest Arkansas.   Months after a COVID-19 diagnosis, […]

High-Impact and Low-Impact Exercise

Back in the heyday of aerobic dance, people often chose between high impact and low-impact exercise classes. Now, with the pandemic encouraging more of us to work out at home, you might need to make that decision for yourself again. What’s the difference between high and low impact exercise? High impact exercise involves running and […]

Healthy Irish Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at home by trying some healthy, family-friendly recipes for traditional Irish food. Irish Stew Traditionally, Irish stew was made with mutton or lamb and lots of root vegetables. Not ready to spend hours cutting up parsnips and turnips? We’ve updated the recipe with pre-cut stew beef and some frozen veggies to […]

Staying Safe in Winter Storms

Average temperatures in Arkansas are now about the same as the record high temps from the 1930s and 1950s. Fayetteville gets an average of 7″ of snowfall per year and Bentonville gets just a couple inches more. The good news is that serious winter storms are not common in our region. The bad news is […]

Holiday Plans and COVID-19

Updated December 10, 2020 It’s time to make holiday plans — but COVID-19 can make that difficult. Here is some expert advice to help.  Avoid travel The safest option is not to travel this year. Put off your holiday travels until next year, when the virus should be under better control. There may be cases […]

Ways to Prevent Respiratory Illness

The world is still dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. For months you’ve heard that wearing a mask, washing your hands, and avoiding close contact with others (maintaining six feet of distance) can help slow the spread of coronavirus and COVID-19. There are other diseases and illnesses that can affect our respiratory tract, and we tend […]

Flu Shot Locations

During the pandemic, it is more important than ever to get your flu shot to stay healthy. MANA physicians and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommend you get a flu vaccine as early as possible this year. According to the CDC, the flu vaccine has been shown to: prevent flu illnesses prevent doctor visits […]

Understanding Type 1 Diabetes

There is no way to prevent type 1 diabetes, and the exact causes of the disease are not known. Also known as juvenile diabetes, type 1 diabetes affects children and adults, and it can be diagnosed at any age. There is no cure for the disease, but long-term management helps people with type 1 diabetes […]

New COVID-19 Testing Priorities in Northwest Arkansas

As of July 2, 2020, due to an increased testing demand and a national shortage in the COVID-19 testing reagent and supplies, the Northwest Arkansas health care community needs to prioritize COVID-19 viral testing for people who meet certain criteria.  MANA Clinics will offer COVID-19 viral testing according to the new criteria outlined below:  Symptomatic […]

COVID-19 Testing at MANA

There are different types of tests for Coronavirus Disease 19, including diagnostic viral tests and antibody tests. Your doctor will help you determine which type of test is right for you.  Diagnostic Tests  Who should consider a diagnostic COVID-19 test? If you meet the criteria below, contact your physician.  If you have symptoms: cough shortness […]