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Health and Wellness Directory

Screen Shot 2017-09-03 at 10.06.50 PMSeptember 2017 Health and Wellness issue directory listings

Arkansas Children’s Hospital
archildrens.org
(501) 364-1100
1 Children’s Way, Little Rock

For over 100 years, we have dedicated ourselves to bringing the latest pediatric medical expertise and technology to children of all ages. We provide services not usually found at other hospitals: pediatric-trained anesthesiologists, radiologists, nutritionists, pain managers, respiratory therapists, nurses, etc. We even have Child Life and Education staff here to explain procedures to children and to incorporate play and schoolwork into the hospital stay when appropriate.

Bee Well Yoga
www.beewellyoga.com
(479) 616-7715
5208 Village Parkway, St. 8, Rogers

Bee Well Yoga is a great choice for yoga fitness for the whole family. Allisson Butler-Kublanov maintains a wonderful staff of well-trained instructors that provide classes for every skill level and health need. Whether you desire to join a class, are looking for a customized program, need prenatal yoga, or want to introduce the rest of the family to the benefits of yoga, Bee Well is for you. Call and let Bee Well’s supportive staff help you decide what workshop, class or strategy is best for you.

Child Care Aware
nwachildcare.org
(479) 751-3463
614 E. Emma Avenue Suite 135, Springdale

Child Care Aware of NWA is a non-profit organization that provides childcare referrals in 17 counties in Northwest Arkansas, the River Valley, and Southcentral Arkansas. Other services include parenting classes, childcare provider education, training and professional development opportunities. All services are free to you and the community.

Elizabeth Richardson Center
ercinc.org
(479) 872-1800
3917 S Old Missouri Rd, Springdale

The goal of the Early Intervention program at ERC is to assist very young children, from 6 weeks to 3 years of age who have been diagnosed with developmental delays and disabilities, reach their developmental milestones and meet their full potential.

Harvey Pediatrics
harveypediatrics.com
(479) 254-1100
900 S 52nd St #200, Rogers

At Harvey Pediatrics, we consider it both a great joy and responsibility to care for children. Most of us are parents ourselves, so we strive to be understanding and available to the families we are privileged to serve. We are honored that you have chosen us as your child’s primary medical provider and are confident that you will be pleased with the quality of care and service that we can provide you and your family.

Hello Baby 4D Ultrasound Studio
www.hellobabyultrasounds.com
(479) 438-0728
3810 North Front St. 2, Fayetteville

Hello Baby! 4D Ultrasound Studio is an elective ultrasound studio. We offer early OB ultrasounds, early gender reveals, 2D, 3D/4D, and Fetal Realistic view Ultrasounds! We use a state of the art ultrasound machine that gives us the ability to do Fetal Realistic View Ultrasounds, which is the newest technology in ultrasound that gives extremely detailed images of baby.

Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics
www.mana.md
(479) 442-7322
Acute Care: 3380 N. Futrall Drive, St. 1, Fayetteville
Wellness Clinic: 3383 N. MANA Ct. St. 101, Fayetteville
Lowell Clinic: 117 S. Dixieland Rd. St. C, Lowell

Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics offers expert, compassionate care to the children and adolescents of Northwest Arkansas. Since we’re part of the MANA network of medical care clinics, we have access to the best in medical technology and medical specialists. Our board certified pediatricians want to partner with you to encourage a good start in life and a healthy lifestyle for your child.

Ozark Acupuncture
www.ozarkacupuncture.com
(870) 421-4368
Ozark Integrative Medicine,
275 E. Huntsville Rd. Fayetteville
Also at Bentonville and Mountain Home.

Patients deserve to be treated respectfully. To us, this means spending the time necessary to gather a comprehensive idea of their unique needs and then working together to create an individual treatment plan to address those specific needs.
We want to help you achieve balance externally as well as within.

Ozark Pediatrics
ozarkpediatricclinic.com
(479) 544-9432
5507 W Walsh Ln #101, Rogers

At Ozark Pediatric Clinic you’re part of our family. We offer a variety of services from newborn and infant care to sports physicals for your teens. Our pediatric staff includes experienced Physicians, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Medical Assistants who are eager to serve you.

Parkhill
parkhillclinic.com
(479) 521-4433
3215 N Northhills Blvd #3, Fayetteville

Parkhill Clinic for Women has been providing total health care for women for over 50 years. Our goal is and always has been to provide excellent and innovative care for all ages, striving to be on the cutting edge of obstetrics and gynecology.

Pediatric Dental Associates
smilesarewild.com
(479) 582-0600 – Fayetteville
(479) 268-5000 – Bentonville

Pediatric Dental Associates & Orthodontics is a pediatric dentist and orthodontist office serving infants, children and teens in Fayetteville and Bentonville, AR also serving Rogers and Springdale. Our goal for the first visit is to establish a warm connection with your child and to help relieve any fears your child may have.

Smile Shoppe
smile-shoppe.com
(479) 631-6377
5518 W Walsh Ln, Rogers

All of our pediatric dentists at Smile Shoppe Pediatric Dentistry have been specially trained to treat infants, children, adolescents and children with special needs. Because our doctors believe in providing the highest and most advanced pediatric dental care they all have achieved board certification from the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.

UAMS Family Medical Center
Uamsfamilymedcenters.com
(479) 521-8260
1125 North College, Fayetteville

The UAMS Family Medical Center, Fayetteville, provides primary care medical services to patients of all ages. We not only offer treatment for acute medical conditions but also ongoing treatment for chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes, hypertension and arthritis. We cover all stages of life from pediatric conditions to senior health care, obstetrics and gynecology as well.

Vitality Yoga
www.vitalityyogaandwellness.com
(479) 402-1899
1501 SE Walton Blvd. St. 203, Bentonville

Your health MATTERS, and that’s why you deserve the best care. Jessica Fowler, Vitality founder and teacher, is a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner with TIYT certification, a registered nurse for over 10 years, a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance, and countless other awards and certificates.

Williams Center Dance and Gymnastics
www.williamscentergym.com
(479) 521-5373
2842 N. Crossover Rd. Fayetteville

Our purpose is to develop happy, healthy, confident children in a positive, safe and fun environment. We are Northwest Arkansas’s first and most complete Dance and Gymnastics Center. We offer a progressive year-round program for all levels and abilities on all the Olympic Gymnastic Events as well as in Tumbling and Dance. At Williams Center we build children first, and train gymnasts and dancers second.

September Health and Wellness

 

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Like they say, “If you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything.” It’s becoming more and more evident that a healthy lifestyle, and being a proactive participant in you and your families health needs is important to our quality of life.
For this years Health and Wellness issue of Kid’s Directory NWA, we are spotlighting Bee Well Yoga. Allisson Butler-Kublanov and her team of professionals bring healthy living habits to families in our area. I asked Allisson for some advice for how families in our area could benefit from Yoga:
Why is it important for new moms to take time for Yoga?
Allisson: “Yoga is a great way for new moms to learn to take time for themselves. The focus on breath helps new moms to relax and rest. Who doesn’t need a little more rest when they have a newborn?”
What can a mom of a newborn do to relieve body stress, and rebound from pregnancy body?
Allisson: “First remember to rest, and remember that your body didn’t change in 2 weeks or 2 months. Eat as healthy as you can, move your body, and rest (see how I put that in twice?). Take some time for yourself everyday – whether that’s yoga, a walk, sitting with a cup of coffee or simply spending some time outside. Remember, doctor appointments and going to the grocery store don’t count as time for yourself.”
What is a good age to start kids with stretching and yoga and what are the benefits?
Allisson: “Kids as early as 2 or 3 can benefit from the practice of yoga. Moving your body, learning how to express emotions, feeling how you breath when you are angry or happy, learning to sit still – those are all things that kids and adults can learn from a yoga practice.”
What do you recommend for dad?
Allisson: “Yoga with mom. Lots of couples come to our candlelight classes. Why not make it a date night? Dads can come to yoga too – the benefits of relaxation, stress reduction, flexibility and strength are not limited to women. We even have couples memberships so you can both come to yoga – together or on your own.”
Thanks for the tips, Allisson! Besides yoga, there are other considerations, that when combined, make for a wonderful start to a healthy lifestyle.
Eating and preparing good food, an active lifestyle combined with family time, and staying connected to your family with daily conversation and spending quality time together. Couple these concepts with a network of doctors and dentists, that you trust, is a great way to feel confident in the direction of your families wellbeing. Please check out our list of health providers, and rest assured, that you will be getting the best care available in NWA. Happy September to each of you.

Sherry Lotufo