You have a runny nose, uncontrollable sneezing, and watery eyes—all signs that tell you allergy season is here. With an abundance of pollen in the air, it’s hard not to think about the upcoming months of coughing, wheezing, and sniffling.
It's a record year for Harbin Clinic after voters throughout Floyd County turned out in droves for the Rome News Tribune’s Best of Rome awards. Nine Harbin Clinic practices and 33 healthcare providers made the cut as the people of Northwest Georgia picked Harbin Clinic practices and providers as their top choice for healthcare.
Allergies can be worse in Georgia because our pollen season lasts longer and the warm winters prevent plants from going fully dormant or dying back at all. With these higher impact factors, it can be particularly important to take steps to reduce your contact with pollen.
On 9 a.m. on August 18, join Harbin Clinic Cardiologist Dr. Himanshu Patel and ENT Dr. Brandon Miller at Bridgepoint Plaza for a quick health chat followed by a two-mile walk along Kingfisher Trail. Walkers tall and small will enjoy this opportunity to exercise and socialize.
Get a head start on your next trip around the globe at Harbin Clinic’s Walk with a Doc on Saturday, July 21. Harbin Clinic ENT Dr. Brandon Miller will present a short health talk at Bridgepoint Plaza at 9 a.m. before leading a two-mile walk along the Kingfisher Trail.
Itchy, watery eyes, a nose that won’t stop dripping, a hacking cough you can’t seem to shake and sneezing attacks that never seem to end. These dreaded hallmarks of allergy season are miserable for those seeking relief, but Harbin Clinic Ear, Nose and Throat physicians aim to help Northwest Georgians take control of their allergies.
Harbin Clinic physicians encourage everyone to take steps to get active this spring by taking part in the national Walk With a Doc program aimed at getting people in the community out and healthy. The free series features monthly walks led by a Harbin Clinic physician where participants can not only get some great exercise but also have a chance to talk to a physician.
More than 40 million Americans suffer from allergies and allergy symptoms. Although spring allergens are gone, those with allergies are still susceptible to symptoms during the holiday season. In fact, the holiday season is full of additional triggers for allergies and asthma. Common triggers are mold from trees, dust on decorations, seasonal scents and food allergies.
Harbin Clinic Ear Nose & Throat is pleased to welcome Brandon Miller, M.D. He joins the practice of Mary Margaret Beauchamp, M.D. and Robert King, M.D., located at 1825 Martha Berry Boulevard in Rome and 150 Gentilly Boulevard in Cartersville.