Meet Dr. Bobby R. Pritchett

MANA proudly welcomes Dr. Bobby R. Pritchett to Millennium Chiropractic. Dr. Pritchett specializes in athletic rehabilitation and performance, and provides sports medicine and chiropractic care for men, women, and children, at Millennium Chiropractic. He earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree and Masters Degree in Sports Rehabilitation and Science at Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, […]

Chiropractic: Acute or Ongoing Care?

According to the American Chiropractic Association, more than 30 million Americans visit chiropractors every year. Chiropractic care promotes wellness, and can provide an alternative to medication or surgery in some instances. Many people are under the impression that chiropractic care is always ongoing, but that’s not necessarily true. The duration of your treatment is established […]

Summer Snacking

Summer is nearly here, a fact you’re well aware of if you have children who are in school. While they can’t wait to take a break from the books, you may be thinking about ways to keep them active and healthy throughout the summer while you’re at work. You will have less control over what […]

Reduce Your Risk of High Blood Pressure

The Center for Disease Control estimates that one in three American adults has high blood pressure, and that only half of those people have their condition under control. Also known as hypertension, high blood pressure can lead to a number of health problems and can even be fatal. Part of what makes hypertension so dangerous […]

Family Health History

Do you know your family health history? According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, nearly everyone in the United States thinks it’s important to know the history of their family’s health. A survey showed that 96% of Americans believe this to be true; however that same survey showed that only a third […]

Meet Dr. Britton Bennett Lott

Dr. Britton Lott completed a diagnostic radiology residency at UAMS and a breast imaging fellowship at Breast Imaging of Oklahoma. She is with The Breast Center. Dr. Lott is an active member of the Society of Breast Imaging. She has presented research at several professional conferences and has been published in Contemporary Diagnostic Radiology. As […]

Arthritis Awareness Day

You wake up in the morning to a stiff shoulder and an aching knee. You do what you can to loosen up your joints as you go through your morning routine, and then go about your day as usual. It’s not uncommon to have some stiffness in your joints, especially as you age, but how […]

World Red Cross Day

Today is the birthday of Jean Henri Dunant. Were Dunant still alive, he would be celebrating his 187th year. Why is any of this important? Jean Henri Dunant, also known as Henry Dunant, founded the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and his birthday is used to celebrate World Red Cross Day and Red […]

School Nurses Day

It is National School Nurses Day! For more than 30 years, National School Nurses Day has been a time to recognize and show your appreciation for those in the school nursing profession. According to the National Association of School Nurses, school nursing began back in 1902. That means nurses have been providing an invaluable service […]

National Blood Pressure Month

May is National Blood Pressure Month, so what better time to learn a little bit about blood pressure? While you know that it’s important to check your blood pressure on a regular basis and you might know your blood pressure numbers, you might not put that knowledge to good use. High blood pressure can be […]