It’s finally Fall. While this may not mean a lot in the way of weather, it means everything at Highland Village. The Village is gearing up for a season of entertainment, shopping and feasting like you’ve only dreamed of until now, and you’re invited. It really is the most wonderful time of the year.
Finally, the Mississippi cool down is back. The cool down is the signal to prepare the yard for fall and winter. There are so many things happening in our yards that can be tended to. The hummingbirds are here now and about to move on to warmer areas.
One of the hallmarks of preventative medicine is patient education. Luckily, it won’t take hours of your time or require you to take an anatomy or biology class, but learning a little more about your body and its function can help prevent injury. The knee is one of the most interesting and intricate structures in the body.
In early 2008, a group of Mississippi spine specialists formed NewSouth NeuroSpine, with the goal of improving the overall quality of spine care in the region as new procedures and technologies became available. These physicians - each at the top of their specialty - had for years been referring patients to one another.
A Welcome Neighbor luncheon was recently held at the Country Club of Jackson with guest speaker Lee Thigpen with Mission First Jackson. Shown are (from left) Cecelia Norwood Lee, club president Susan Gussio, Thigpen, and Brenda DiFatta, program chairman.
Hu Meena, President/CEO of C Spire, was a recent speaker to the Rotary Club of Jackson. Shown are (from left) President Neddie Winters, Meena, and Brooks Buchanan, former club president.