Inclement Weather Hours

Due to inclement weather and poor road conditions, some MANA clinics may have alternate hours. Check here for the latest clinic hours. Alternate hours will be posted here, on social media, and on local TV stations.  Friday, February 3rd Clinics return to regular business hours. 

Phosphorous: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

We hear the phrase “vitamins and minerals” all the time and we can probably name some of them. Vitamin C and Vitamin D are familiar, and we know we need iron and calcium. But what about phosphorous? Phosphorous is good for us Phosphorous is used by our bodies to build strong bones and teeth. It’s […]

MANA Voted the Best of Northwest Arkansas 2022!

Each year, The Best of Northwest Arkansas Reader’s Poll tabulates the votes of thousands of people in Northwest Arkansas. The results show the services that people in Northwest Arkansas love the most.  Each year, MANA clinics show up on this list of winners. Here are the honorees for 2022. WINNER – BEST MEDICAL CLINICS MANA […]

Understanding Parkinson’s Disease Risk

Parkinson’s disease is a lifelong, progressive condition that develops when the brain stops making dopamine, a natural chemical involved with controlling our body’s movements. It is classified as a movement disease, because it affects mobility with tremors, stiffness, and balance problems. It can also show other symptoms that are not associated with movement, such as […]

Halloween Health and Safety for Adults

When we think about Halloween safety, we usually think of children. Getting those trick or treaters safely through traffic and home with a reasonable number of treats and no costume accidents is the goal. But adults can have health and safety issues at Halloween, too! Here are some tips to make sure the big people […]

Medical Laboratory Professionals Week

Each year, the last full week of April is a special time to honor medical laboratory professionals who dedicate their lives to helping others. Lab professionals provide as much as 70% of the information doctors use for diagnosis. This year, we would like to recognize MANA lab professionals for their hard work and sacrifice. “Thank […]

Welcome, Dr. Scott Bland

Dr. Scott Bland joined the care team at MANA Urgent Care on College Avenue this month. He will work with Dr. Cody Smith and Physician Assistant Steven Johnson to provide quality, convenient urgent care seven days a week.  MANA has been short staffed at the Urgent Care location since the fall 2021. They are looking […]

Arkansas National Guard Arrives at MANA Clinics

On Monday, January 10, 2022, four members of the Arkansas National Guard arrived at MANA Medical Associates in Fayetteville to aid with COVID testing and screening. The National Guard members will be at several of MANA’s clinics including Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics in Fayetteville, Family Medicine South in Fayetteville, and at two Urgent Care locations in […]

Get Your Flu Vaccine

It’s flu season, so it’s time to get your flu vaccine. Last year’s flu season was mild — amazingly so. The CDC reports that there were just 2,038 flu cases during the season from Sept. 27, 2020, to April 24, 2021, compared with about 38 million cases in the 2019-2020 season. What made the difference? It’s simple: […]

Physician Assistant’s Week

Physician Assistants are a relatively new type of healthcare professional. The category arose in the 1970s as a creative solution to doctor shortages, and now there are more than 150,000 highly trained physician assistants in the United States.  In May 2021, the American Association of Physician Assistants voted to change the title of this position […]