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  • Finding therapy options on your own Play Video

    August 27, 2013 4:54 PM

    BATON ROUGE - Longtime social worker Dr. Ray Swan appeared on News 2 at 4 today to talk about his new book, "Explore Your Options: A Personal Guide to Self-Help Psychotherapy." The book explores what goes on behind a therapist's closed doors, and provides several techniques for people to... more »
  • Getting athletes back on the field after concussions

    May 8, 2013 10:25 AM

    BATON ROUGE- New technology is changing the way physical therapist and doctors treat and track concussions for student athletes. Using cognitive tests and balance measurements, Certified Athletic Trainers can get hard data on patients who have suffered a concussion and that can help doctors make a better decision on... more »
  • Laser therapy for reducing wrinkles Play Video

    April 23, 2013 12:29 PM

    BATON ROUGE - Aesthetic dermatologist Dr. Ann Zedlitz discussed a laser skin therapy today on News 2 which she says will help reduce wrinkles. Called CO2 therapy, it uses a laser to remove excess skin and encourage the remaining skin to produce colagen, which thickens the skin and makes... more »
  • Teen shot in hunting accident continues to recover

    December 12, 2012 10:33 AM

    LIVONIA - A teen shot in the head during a hunting accident is doing better than expected, according to his father. He said Brandt Torres, 15, was able to come home from the hospital Tuesday. He said his son was also talking a little bit, and would be starting... more »
  • Kimball released from stroke rehab hospital

    February 23, 2010 4:51 AM

    The chief justice of Louisiana's Supreme Court has been released from the Neuromedical Rehabilitation Hospital of Baton Rouge, where she was undergoing post-stroke rehabilitation therapy. Chief Justice Catherine Kimball suffered a stroke on Jan. 10. A news release from the high court says Kimball will continue to undergo several weeks... more »
  • Hypothermia therapy shown to help cardiac arrest patients

    October 20, 2009 5:02 PM

    Hypothermia therapy has been shown to help prevent brain damage in people who have suffered cardiac arrest. Doctors lower the body temperature to 91 degrees, and keep it there for 24 hours. They say only 2% of people who suffer cardiac arrest leave the hospital with no neurological damage,... more »

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