Health and wellness

Pamela Williams, King County Regional Long Term Care Ombudsman. The Washington State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program depends on local citizen volunteers to visit, resolve complaints, and advocate for the rights of residents.

Volunteering is a Win-Win

It’s been two years since the COVID deadly outbreak. No population was more harmed by the pandemic than residents and staff of long term care,… Continue reading

 

Dr. Stephen Ball of Ball Chiropractic Center says early treatment of whiplash is the key to avoiding chronic pain.

New study: early intervention key to lasting whiplash care

Whiplash pain may resurface years later if left untreated

 

To make an in-person or virtual appointment with Dr. Robert McLaughlin at Pacific Medical Centers Federal Way, 31833 Gateway Center Blvd S, call (888) 472.2633 or visit click here.

Bringing the easy warmth of a small-town doctor to patients catching up on primary care

After 35 years at his own private practice, Dr. McLaughlin is continuing care at PacMed Federal Way

 

Dr. Stephen Ball of Ball Chiropractic Center says early treatment of whiplash is the key to avoiding chronic pain.

New study: early intervention key to lasting whiplash care

Whiplash pain may resurface years later if left untreated

Dr. Stephen Ball of Ball Chiropractic Center says early treatment of whiplash is the key to avoiding chronic pain.
Visit Dr. Trapman at Pacific Medical Center (PacMed) Federal Way at 31833 Gateway Center Blvd S. To make an appointment call 253-214-1920 or book online at pacmed.org. (Photo taken before the COVID-19 pandemic).

‘Quitting smoking is hard. Avoiding restarting is even harder.’

Federal Way physician offers tips to help you stay ‘on the wagon’

Visit Dr. Trapman at Pacific Medical Center (PacMed) Federal Way at 31833 Gateway Center Blvd S. To make an appointment call 253-214-1920 or book online at pacmed.org. (Photo taken before the COVID-19 pandemic).
Dr. Scott Trapman is accepting new patients at the Pacific Medical Centers (PacMed) Federal Way at 31833 Gateway Center Blvd S. (Photo: A. Michael Cole)

There’s no quick fix to quit smoking, but this family doctor still wants to help

Former military doctor now treats Federal Way patients of all ages, helping them stay healthy

Dr. Scott Trapman is accepting new patients at the Pacific Medical Centers (PacMed) Federal Way at 31833 Gateway Center Blvd S. (Photo: A. Michael Cole)
Using acoustic waves to relieve chronic pain

Using acoustic waves to relieve chronic pain

Federal Way chiropractor encouraged by results of recent study

Using acoustic waves to relieve chronic pain
New study: early intervention key to lasting whiplash care

New study: early intervention key to lasting whiplash care

Whiplash pain may resurface years later if left untreated

New study: early intervention key to lasting whiplash care
Got your back: Tech innovations bring patients the highest standard of chiropractic care

Got your back: Tech innovations bring patients the highest standard of chiropractic care

From ‘party hats’ to powerful diagnostic technology…what to expect from a visit to the chiropractor

Got your back: Tech innovations bring patients the highest standard of chiropractic care
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