“Nominate a Hero” Winner

We are pleased to announce the weekly winners for our “Nominate a Hero” program.

The winners will receive 1 FREE Massage Therapy Session.

Each one of them is helping his community, improving lives of others and deserves recognition.

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Rick was nominated as a hero by his wife, Melia Parker. Rick has been a firefighter for the Huntsville fire department for the past 5 years and he works his off days part time for HEMSI. According to Melia, he is a great dad and a wonderful husband on top of being a hero for the community every day.

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Huntsville Medical Doctor’s Halloween Candy buy back 2011

Huntsville AL Medical Doctor Eric Beck led an anti tooth-decay movement by giving away dollars in exchange for candy. This past Halloween, trick-or-treaters brought their excess candy to Dr. Beck’s office in Huntsville from November 01 to November 05, and received $1.00 per pound.

Dr. Beck led the anti tooth-decay movement by giving away dollars in exchange for cavity-provoking candy.

“It was a great turn-out and we received 230 pounds of candy. Kids still had fun trick or-treating, and now their piggy banks will benefit as well,” says Dr. Beck

Huntsville AL Medical Doctor Eric Beck Halloween Candy buy back 2011

Huntsville AL Medical Doctor Eric Beck Past community Events

Huntsville AL Medical Doctor Eric Beck Past community Events

Huntsville Physician Rewards Kid for a Good Deed

 Huntsville Medical Doctor

We believe that many good deeds
done each day are going un-rewarded.
We all know that negativity will
not improve a situation, but complimenting
or rewarding a job well done will actually
prompt more of those good activities.

This contest is open to any youth 18 years of age and under.
Simply do what the title says, “DO A GOOD DEED”
and tell us in a short essay what you did,
why you chose to do it and what
happened as a result.

Contest ends January 28th, 2012

Click here to enroll!

Huntsville Physician Hosts a Halloween Candy Buy Back

Second Annual

HALLOWEEN

CANDY BUY BACK

Trick or Treating is FUN!

 

But all that sugar in the bag can cause tooth decay as
well as triggering weight gain, feeling of tiredness,
robbing our body of vital nutrients and opening the door
to other health problems like diabetes.

 

Turn TRICK OR TREATING

into a FUN and HEALTHY event!

 

Bring in your extra candies and we will give you

1 DOLLAR for every Pound!

Candy Drop-off Dates:
November 1st 2011 to November 5th 2011
Call us for a Drop-off Time


Eric Beck, MD

2227 Drake Ave #5, Huntsville, AL 35805
Tel: (256)382-1603

Huntsville Doctor Offers Neck & Back Pain Special

Huntsville Medical Doctor

Back pain is a common complaint. Most people in the United States will experience low back pain at least once during their lives. Back pain is one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor or miss work.

Acupuncture can be a very effective solution when treating most neck and shoulder problems. Neck and shoulder muscle tension and stiffness are very common concerns, especially of people who work in an office. Sitting in front of a computer and typing for extensive periods of time causes a lack of circulation in the tissue and fatigue of the muscles involved. Neck stiffness can be also aggravated by other common reasons, many of which can be effectively treated with acupuncture.

At the top of your neck, just below the hairline, there is a important acupuncture point called fuchi (GB20) which has been known to be closely connected to the eye. If you watch a computer screen or television for long periods of time and continuously strain your eyes, tightness can develop in this area, and sometimes a tight muscle mass forms. This area can also become quite tense with prolonged periods of thinking or mental concentration.

As a result, tightness at the top of the neck can influence autonomic nervous functioning and prolonged period of tension can cause a various symptoms such as headache, lack of concentration, poor memory, insomnia or irritability.

Other common sites of muscle stiffness that can be treated with acupuncture include the large muscle between the neck and the shoulder joint (the upper trapezius ) and the muscles between the shoulder blades. Some psychologists believe that the amount of muscle tension in the upper trapezius reflects the emotional state of a person and consequently, attach electromyographic (EMG) electrodes to these muscles to help analyze a patient’s emotional state.

Halloween Candy Buy Back

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The Halloween Candy Buy Back yielded over 125 lbs of candy which was donated to the
US Troop who are serving in Iraq and Afghanistan  for Thanksgiving.

The most important aspect of this program is that the we are sending the love of the American people to soldiers that often forget how wanted and thanked they are.

Eric Beck, M.D.
Valley Center for Nerve Studies & Rehabilitation
2011 Gallatin St.
Huntsville, AL, 35801
(256)382-1603

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Good Deed Reward Announcement

The winner of Dr. Eric Beck contest is Laurel Matthews a 4th grade student at Jones ValleyElementary School in Huntsville, AL. She won an Ipad.

Here is her essay:

A good deed that I have done to visit an elderly woman who goes to my church. she is so nice! I feel so sorry for her since She got a stroke and can not talk any more. When me and my friend Erin went to visit her we got to talk and look in her photo album that has pictures of her husband who passed passed away a few years ago . All of the pictures where either of him and his crew working on putting the living Christmas tree or of the living Christmas tree with all of the singers on it. I had so much fun and I think Mrs. Pryor did too.  I really hope I can visit her sometime soon even though she can’t talk I think it makes her happy when my friend and me are there, What we did was in girl scouts we were taking goody baskets to the  elderly to cheer them up and I am really glad I did it.

Laurel Matthews

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Do a Good Deed

Win a Computer

We believe that many good deeds
done each day are going un-rewarded.
We all know that negativity will
not improve a situation, but complimenting
or rewarding a job well done will actually
prompt more of those good activities.

This contest is open to any youth 18 years of age and under.
Simply do what the title says, “DO A GOOD DEED”
and tell us in a short essay what you did,
why you chose to do it and what
happened as a result.

The contest ends September 20th 2010!

To enroll click here.