HealthLinks Charleston May/June 2021

52 | www. Char l es tonPhys i c i ans . com | www.Hea l thL i nksChar l es ton . com BEST RADIOLOGY GROUP Add to IMAGING SPECIALISTS’ laurels as the Lowcoun - try’s only privately-owned, free-standing imaging center, our readers’ also crowned them as Best Radiology Group. With an experienced team of on-site radiologists, they promise “to offer the best technology at the best price.” BEST REGENERATIVE MEDICINE Maybe you are considering an alternative to orthopedic surgery. Try the holistic therapies offered by Best in Health winner DR. JEFFREY FARRICIELLI, chosen as our readers’ No. 1 clinic, The Center For Regenerative Med - i- cine. His practice focuses on speeding up natural healing. BEST PT REHAB FACILITY You may know THE VILLAGE AT SUMMERVILLE as an outstanding assisted living facility. But did you know that they offer services for short-term patients and long-term residents who need rehabilitative skilled care from licensed practitioners and skilled nurses? And they’re No. 1. BEST RESEARCH CENTER Could there be any other winner in this category other than MUSC ? Not in this year’s HealthLinks Best in Health tally. MUSC is dedicated to engaging community members in all aspects of the research process. BEST RHEUMATOLOGIST For general rheumatological concerns, including arthritis, gout and osteoporosis, our readers named DR. RICHARD SILVER at MUSC as their Best in Health in this category. Add in his special focus on disorders including scleroderma and child - hood rheumatic diseases, and you’ll understand why. BEST SENIOR ADVOCATE The winner in this category is TRIDENT AREA AGENCY ON AGING for their commitment to promoting and support - ing the health and wellness of current and future generations of older adults in our communities. Their focus is on the well-be - ing of older adults. BEST SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY With its personalized living options, curated and refined ac - cording to the needs, interests and personal value of every resi - dent, THE VILLAGE AT SUMMERVILLE earned top honors. Activities at The Village include a saltwater pool, walking paths and a fitness room. BEST SENIOR CENTER From a game of pingpong or shooting some pool to learning an instrument or just playing some cards, the best place around is the MOUNT PLEASANT SENIOR CENTER. Arts and crafts anyone? Or just grab a bite at the café. BEST SPINAL CARE DOCTOR The founder of Advantage Healthcare, DR. CHRISTOPHER GRAY, rates best for spinal care. His integrated health and physical medicine approach offer a comprehensive program of services from regular adjustments to pain relief, regenerative treatments and rehabilitation services. BEST SPORTS MEDICINE PRACTICE Hitting the tape in a photo finish are: BACK 2 HEALTH and LOWCOUNTRY ORTHOPEDICS . They’re the experts on physical fitness and the prevention and treatment of injuries re - lated to sports and exercise. No sports injuries? Maybe you’re not really trying! BEST SPORTS PODIATRY With an honors degree from the Barry University School of Graduate Medical Sciences and 23 years’ experience, DR. ADAM BROWN was a “shoe in” to capture gold in HealthLinks’ readers’ poll. Dr. Brown is also a specialist in reconstructive surgery. BEST TELEHEALTH With the rise of COVID-19 restrictions, telemedicine has become more important than ever. Our readers’ No. 1 pick for using it best is DR. BRITTANY HENDERSON, who is a board-certified endocrinologist with a specialty in disorders of the thyroid gland. BEST PHYSICAL THERAPIST Working out of Eastern Rehab Services, KERRY WHITE claimed the laurels as Best Physical Therapist for a commit - ment and expertise in helping patients regain their functional independence through, strength, balance, gait training and guidance in the activities of daily living. BEST PHYSICAL THERAPY PRACTICE Locally owned and operated, winner EASTERN REHAB SERVICES is an outpatient rehabilitation company that pro - vides physical, occupational and speech therapy to individuals in their homes or assisted living facilities. Their goal is remedy - ing all manners of debilitating conditions.

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