Home' Island Sun : ISN 112516 Contents ISLAND SUN - NOVEMBER 25, 2016
Sanibel Island, FL 33957
Meta G Roth, MS
THE DOCTOR WILL SEE YOU NOW
695 Tarpon Bay Road Suite 2 Sanibel
To become a patient or to make an
appointment, call 239.312.4544 or
Scott Dunavant, M.D. is proud
to welcome you to an exciting new
health care alternative for residents and
visitors alike - Dunavant Medical Group.
Dunavant Medical Group will draw on
the extensive experience and expertise
of Dr. Scott Dunavant that includes
emergency care, family practice, and
professional sports medicine. He will
be joined by Diane St. Pierre, A.R.N.P.,
plus a team of dedicated caregivers.
Dunavant Medical Group will offer
traditional health care for family health,
wellness, urgent care (for all ages),
sports medicine and walk-in clinical
care -all with a highly personal and
highest quality approach.
Doctor and Dietician
by Ross Hauser, MD
and Marion Hauser, MS, RD
Looking for a tasty way to serve up
salmon this week? Try it teriyaki style.
Here's a delicious meal to pack in
vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and good
1 Tbsp packed brown sugar or honey
4 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp rice vinegar
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp Thai chili sauce or Sriracha
1 tsp sesame seeds
Salt and pepper, to taste
Salmon and Veggies
1 small head fresh broccoli, chopped
2 large carrots, chopped
1/2 sweet onion, sliced
2 Tbsp coconut oil, divided
2 or 3 4-ounce salmon filets, skin on
1. Sauce: Whisk together in a small
bowl brown sugar/honey, soy sauce, rice
vinegar, garlic, sesame oil and chili sauce.
Heat in a sauce pan until bubbly. Set
2. Veggies: Heat half of the coconut
oil and sauté veggies until just al dente.
Mix in sesame seeds. Set aside. Another
delicious option is to roast the vegetables
for a more complex flavor.
3. Salmon: Brush salmon with sauce
mixture. Heat remaining coconut oil in
sauce pan. Place salmon filets in hot pan
skin-side down. Brush with more sauce as
salmon cooks. Cover and cook to desired
doneness. Typically about 10 minutes
depending on the thickness. Brush with
more sauce as needed. Remove from
heat. Let stand a few minutes.
4. Combine remainder of the sauce
with veggies and heat through. Add salt,
pepper, and hot sauce to taste. This
salmon and veggie dish is especially tasty
served over black rice -- give it a try!
Other vegetable options can include
bell peppers, green beans, peapods or
any other stir-fry favorites. Try adding a
squeeze of fresh lime and some chopped
cilantro on this dish, too.
This information is not intended to
treat, cure or diagnose your condition.
Caring Medical and Rehabilitation
Services has two locations: one in Oak
Park, Illinois, and one in Fort Myers.
It was established in 1991 by Ross
Hauser, MD, and Marion Hauser, MS,
RD. They can be reached at info@
Got A Problem?
Dr. Connie Is In
Q: I work
in a job where
encouraged in order
to get more done.
I find that while I
lot of pressure and
stress on myself. I
am afraid that if I
slow down, I will be fired. Should I keep
working at this pace?
A: Our culture does encourage multi-
tasking and with that comes pressure
and stress that you are describing. In our
24/7, fast paced society, we are valued if
we text, cook, clean and get that report
done all at once.
Some people actually pride themselves
on this, but the stakes run high. While
our minds are amazing parts of us, they
also should be focused on one task at a
time. Face it, we all have a little ADD,
but too many of us have (and continue to)
gone overboard. There is one of us, we
are not an octopus with eight legs. Sadly,
this multi-tasking is way too common,
and we really don't get the job done any
better, (most likely only half as good) as
if we mindfully take time and cultivate a
present moment awareness of what we
Our immediate gratification world is
only harming us as we lose the mindful
awareness it takes to slow down and
be. I would take a day at the office and
not multi-task. Focus on the one task
at hand, take a break, then go onto the
next task. You might be amazed at how
mindfulness awareness will actually help
you accomplish your tasks in the same
amount of time and your performance
will actually be enhanced.
Constance Clancy-Fisher, EdD is
a licensed mental health therapist,
hypnotherapist, author and holistic
stress management instructor. If you
have a question, email Constance at
Mom And Me
by Lizzie and Pryce
Lizzie and Pryce answer your questions
and give advice about aging concerns
from a two-generational perspective.
A mother and daughter team, Lizzie is a
retired RN and health educator, and Pryce
is a licensed psychotherapist in private
practice who specializes in the care of
elders and people with chronic illnesses.
Dear Mom & Me,
I have realized that my parents were
unable to function in their own home, but
my mother positively refused to move. She
has been caring for my father, who has
some form of memory loss.
The other morning at about 2 a.m.,
my father got up, went to the kitchen
and started to cook. The smell of smoke
awakened my mother and in the rush
she fell and broke her hip. The fire trucks
came, they called an ambulance and the
whole neighborhood was awakened.
My father was also taken to the
emergency department because at that
time we had no other place for him to
go. The house was severely damaged. My
father is staying with relatives out of town
and my mother is in rehabilitation after
I don't know what to do next. Where
do you suggest I start?
For some older individuals, living
independently at home -- even with
in-home services -- is not possible due to
safety concerns. Some significant safety
concerns are wandering out of the home,
having days and nights confused and
engaging in other unsafe behavior like
using appliances unsafely.
If your parents return home, their home
plan should include in home services 24
hours a day, seven days a week, which is
very expensive. The other option is either
independent housing with supportive
services or assisted living. Begin by calling
the independent living and assisted living
communities in your area.
The social worker at the rehab center
is a great resource. She or he will be able
to tell your mother's abilities, where the
therapist and physicians think your mother
should live and the different communities
in the area to look at.
Lizzie and Pryce's email address is
From page 21B
not enough energy in your meridian,
then trace it forward three times. If you
feel better, this is what was needed.
Experience the impact of the energetic
shifts. To flush a meridian, as if you are
declogging a pipe, trace the meridian
once backwards to loosen the sludge and
then trace the meridian forward three
times. Flushing really helps reset the
Keep this column as a reminder of how
to trace stomach while you learn the last
meridian next week.
Have fun with your energy! Next
week's topic is Diabetes, Fibroids or Cysts?
Trace Spleen Meridian.
If you have a question, email Karen at
SemmEnergyCenter@gmail.com or visit
www.semmelmanenergy.com. EEM does
not diagnose or cure illness, but working
with subtle energies of the body has been
shown to help many conditions.
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