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Same day appointments available. Methodist sugar land hospital (Mslh) is pleased to welcome Bhadresh shah, M.d., priya oolut, M.d., and suneesh nair, M.d., to Methodist pulmonary and sleep Medicine specialists. together, these three board-certified physicians provide a wide range of advanced pulmonary services including in-office pulmonary function testing and a sleep lab. they use a compassionate, patient-centric approach and are supported by Methodist sugar land hospital’s state-of-the-art technology and caring, knowledgeable staff. From comprehensive testing and diagnosis to individualized treatment plans, Methodist pulmonary and sleep Medicine specialists can help you and your family members lead a healthier, more productive life.

Two Convenient Locations: Dr. Shah and Dr. Oolut 4780 Sweetwater Boulevard Suite 150 Sugar Land, Texas 77479 281-242-2444 Dr. Nair MSLH Campus Medical Office Building Two 16659 Southwest Freeway Suite 421 Sugar Land, Texas 77479 281-325-0005

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Health Tips 6 Orthopedics for Safe Summer Sporting the “Scoop” 8 Get on Pilates

and athletic 12 Sleep performance

MONTHLY DEPARTMENTS 5 COMMUNITY PROFILE Health Resources @ the Library 11 Pet Corner sponsored by the WellPet Center Veterinary Hospital 13 Dear Doctor sponsored by UT Physicia­­ns at Sienna Village 15 Business Directory Top: Library staff will provide an overview of the online databases – many of which can be accessed from a home computer -- that are available for students at “Back-to-School Resources at the Library,” on Tuesday, August 13, beginning at 10:00 am, in the Computer Lab at the Sienna Branch Library. Learn about the library’s online Homework Help service (Brainfuse), and receive a demonstration on how to use it. The class is free and open to the public. Seating is limited. Reservations are required. Register online at:, call (281) 238-2952 or visit the library. Bottom: Methodist Sugar Land Hospital has been recognized as a topperforming hospital in Xerox’s 2012 Midas+ Platinum Quality Award program, based on clinical results across a wide range of measures. More than 600 hospitals nationwide participated in the program. The Award recognizes hospitals that score in the top 5 percent among their eligible peers. Visit to learn more. For physician referral, call (281) 274-7500. Pictured: Janet Leatherwood, Chief Nursing Officer; Damon Smith, RN; Brooke Taylor, RN; Tosha Vaughn, RN; Tanuja Parmar, RN; Diane McGraw, RN and Becky Chalupa, Associate Chief Nursing Officer.

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inding trustworthy medical information can be a daunting task but Fort Bend County Libraries has a variety of reliable, authoritative resources for people researching health issues. Learn more about these free resources when the Sienna Branch Library presents “Health Resources @ the Library” on Thursday, August 29, beginning at 10:00 am, in the Computer Lab of the library, located at 8411 Sienna Springs Blvd in Missouri City. The Adult Services staff will provide an overview of the library’s online databases that provide information on health-related issues. Learn how to research topics such as general health, evidence-based health data, medications and supplements, and alternative medicine, by using the library’s

resources and medical journals. These resources are a great benefit for people researching health issues, but they should not be used as a substitute for professional healthcare advice on personal issues. Always seek the advice of a licensed physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions regarding personal medical issues. The program is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, however, and reservations are required. To register online at the library’s website (www.fortbend.lib., click on “Calendar,” select “Sienna Branch,” and find the program. Participants may also register by calling the library at (281) 238-2952, or by visiting the library. ■

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Orthopedics Health Tips for Safe Summer Sporting


ith the kids out of school and family vacations in the works, summer activities are shifting into high gear. Of course, with this increase in activity comes an increased risk of sports-related injury - for kids and adults alike. Besides the obvious issue of dealing with the summer heat, this season’s activities present numerous other risks for injury. Student athletes, for example, may go straight from school sports into summer leagues without a break. Grownups are at risk too, especially vacationers who try new sports,

like kayaking, to which their bodies are unaccustomed. Fortunately, a little foresight is all you need to prevent most of these injuries from occurring. To help you and your family stay safe all summer long and into the school year, we asked four of Sugar Land Surgical Hospital’s top sports medicine specialists to share their advice. Dr. Michael Kent: “Summer injuries usually center around vacations which may include activities that people aren’t accustomed to doing. Change or lack of

SUGAR LAND SURGICAL HOSPITAL HOT HEALTH TOPICS: YOUR CHILD IN SPORTS Sports Medicine Injuries and Prevention Join the Sugar Land Surgical Hospital’s experts to learn about common injuries and how to prevent them from happening. Matthew Mays, M.D.

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Dr. Mays completed his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and specializes in treating shoulder, hip and knee injuries.

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A graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dr. Shah has worked with athletes at the recreational, high school, collegiate and professional levels throughout his career.

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familiarity with an activity can increase the chance of injury, so exercise caution if you’ll be trying any new sports during your summer getaway.” Dr. Matthew Mays: “One of the best ways to prevent injuries is simply staying active on a regular basis. Going straight from the couch to an intense activity makes both kids and adults more prone to injury - but when you keep yourself strong and active with regular workouts, your body is better prepared for the stress.” Dr. Thomas Rivers: “During the summer, a lot of kids experience overuse injuries because they go straight from school sports into their summer leagues. The body needs a break, and summer is a good time to mix things up and try sports that are easier on the bones and joints, like swimming and cycling.” Dr. Vishal Shah: “We see a lot of baseball injuries over the summer, and parents need to enforce safeguards with respect to monitoring pitch counts, ensuring adequate rest between throwing days and ensuring a yearly month of rest from throwing activities.” For grownups as well as kids, summertime sports offer a great opportunity to enjoy exercise, fresh air and team camaraderie. And by keeping these specialists’ advice in mind, we can make sure that we all stay healthy and injury-free - all the way through the season.

Methodist Sugar Land Hospital welcomes Methodist Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Specialists who include: Bhadresh Shah, M.D., Suneesh Nair, M.D., and Priya Oolut, M.D. Methodist Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Specialists provides a wide range of advanced pulmonary, asthma, allergy and sleep medicine services, including comprehensive testing, individualized treatment plans and critical care. Dr. Shah is board certified in pulmonary medicine and critical care medicine. Dr. Nair is board certified in pulmonary diseases. Dr. Oolut is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, critical care and sleep medicine. “These three outstanding physicians will enable us to continue to grow our patient care capabilities in the areas of pulmonary care and sleep medicine,” said Chris Siebenaler, CEO Bhadresh Shah, M.D., Priya Oolut, M.D. of Methodist Sugar and Suneesh Nair, M.D. Land Hospital. “Drs. Shah, Nair and Oolut provide compassionate, personalized care that makes them a perfect fit for the Methodist family.” To schedule an appointment at Methodist Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Specialists, call (281) 242-2444 for Dr. Shah and Dr. Oolut and (281) 325-0005 for Dr. Nair. For more information about Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, visit

To schedule an appointment, please visit mhmg. or contact Sugar Land Surgical Hospital at (281) 243-1000.

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Get the “Scoop” on Pilates

By Tracey Griffin, Physical Therapist and Phillip Griffin, Personal Trainer & Pilates Instructor


t one time Pilates was thought to be a workout only for Hollywood elite and people with lots of money. Pilates is no longer a fitness mystery. It’s something enjoyed by people of all walks of life. The benefits of Pilates include weight loss, improved strength and flexibility, pain relief and improved athletic performance. Weight Loss: Losing weight doing Pilates is very different from a typical aerobics workout. Pilates is a style where you gain longer, leaner muscles that improve your posture, giving you more confidence and helping you look 10 pounds lighter. Since Pilates includes resistance training, you will gain muscle and lose fat. Improved strength and flexibility: Pilates workouts are done in a slow controlled manner with a logical sequence that can be very intense. Pilates students strive to maintain control and

“I haven’t been this flexible since I wrestled in college”- John Schlitt (Pilates client) balance while transitioning from one position to the next. Moving in this manner helps to strengthen basic muscle groups while targeting smaller muscles that are typically ignored in traditional weight training. Pilates also increases flexibility. Pain Relief: Many people endure daily pain, especially in the lower back. This pain is often caused from muscle imbalances. All Pilates exercises require engagement of your deep abdominal muscles commonly referred to as the core. Engaging the core will alleviate some of the stress on the lower back muscles and joints thereby alleviating lower back pain. Improved athletic performance: With the improved flexibility and core strength offered from Pilates workouts, athletic performance is often improved.

Pilates exercises focus on centering the mind which can improve an athlete’s concentration during a stressful game.

“Pilates has improved my golf swing” - Beth Schlitt (Pilates client) Breathing is improved by increasing the amount of oxygen to the lungs which increases endurance. Pilates is beneficial for all ages and fitness levels. Some of our clients include teenage athletes wanting to improve their game; pregnant women looking to maintain or improve their health and decrease the stress of labor and delivery; middle aged men and women wanting to get into better shape; and geriatric grandmothers with arthritis and knee replacements who want to improve their overall mobility and quality of life. You can experience the benefits of Pilates close to home. Scoop Pilates and Personal Training is located on Highway 6 directly across from Sienna Plantation. Prefer a traditional personal training workout?

Scoop Pilates and Personal Training offers traditional personal training as well as workouts that combine traditional training with Pilates. To schedule a FREE demonstration or consultation call (281) 778-6801 or email:

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“At 55 years old I would have never believed that by working out with a personal trainer I could achieve some pretty major fitness and overall health goals. Training at Scoop has been something I look forward to rather than shy away from” - Suzie Kovak (Personal training client, 30lbs lighter) Whether your goals are to lose weight, build strength, improve mobility or just improve quality of life, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your best. Scoop Pilates and Personal Training was created by Phillip and Tracey Griffin to provide specialized training programs to assist clients in achieving their fitness goals. 8817 HWY. 6, STE. 470 MISSOURI CITY, TX 77459



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Fort Bend Education Foundation’s Back to School Scramble golf tournament set for Monday August 26, 2013 at Sweetwater Country Club. Your entry fee includes lunch, golf and cart, beverages, reception after the tournament and special gifts. For information call or email Carol Evans at (281) 634-1111, carol.evans@fortbendisd. com. The entry deadline for sign production and player entries is August 16, 2013.

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