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Five Life Extending Habits!

Five Life Extending Habits!

New research shows you could live up to 14 years longer by doing just five things.

The study, published in the American Heart Association’s Journal Circulation, found that following these five healthy habits increased longevity for American men and women:

  1. Quitting smoking
  2. Keeping a healthy body weight
  3. Eating a healthy diet
  4. Regularly exercising
  5. Drinking in moderation

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Regular Checkups Are Important!

Regular Checkups Are Important!

This post reminder graphic is specific to men – but regular checkups are a must for your entire family. South Tabor Family Physicians LLP offers comprehensive medical care for in the Portland, Oregon area. Our doctors and staff serve you at every stage of life. “For your car and your body, regular checkups are a must. Talk to your doctor and get control of your health.”

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We are here for you and your health!

We are here for you and your health!

South Tabor Family Physicians LLP offers comprehensive medical care for your entire family in the Portland, Oregon area. Our doctors and staff serve you at every stage of life. Evening & weekend hours, on-site laboratory, x-ray, & bone density scanning for your convenience. We also welcome new patients! Check out this page to find out more about our doctors and staff. We hope to see you soon and enjoy the beautiful spring weather!

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Happy Friday the 13th!

Happy Friday the 13th!

In honor of Friday the 13th and all things creepy South Tabor Family Physicians was just wondering how many of you realized that more than half of your body is not even human? This is true. “Human cells make up only 43% of the body’s total cell count. The rest are microscopic colonists. Understanding this hidden half of ourselves – our microbiome – is rapidly transforming understanding of diseases from allergy to Parkinson’s.” Read more in this interesting article. 

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Meet Tarah Trokey, PA-C

Meet Tarah Trokey, PA-C

Tarah will be joining us in late May or early June, 2018.

Tarah completed her bachelor of science in athletic training degree at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO where she was born and raised. She continued her sports medicine education at Missouri State University and graduated from a post-professional athletic training master degree program. Tarah served as certified athletic trainer at Mercy Sports Medicine Health Tracks as a graduate assistant and then as an employee for several years in Springfield, MO. She performed orthopedic rehabilitation on the athletic population treating a broad spectrum of acute and chronic injuries. She enjoyed all ages but especially enjoyed treating the adolescent population.

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