Dr. Bill Booker

Table of Coronavirus data showing 0% of cases as serious.

Coronavirus by the Numbers: 99.7 Percent of New Cases Are Classified as ‘Mild’

Our goal is to provide information on Coronavirus by the numbers in order to help our community stay informed. The most common misconception regarding the data is conflating the rate of contracting the virus with the rate of getting seriously ill from the virus. As of Monday morning, there were 3,958 active cases of Coronavirus …

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24 Years and Counting. March is Capitol Rehab’s Anniversary

March 8 is the official date of Capitol Rehab’s anniversary, and we are grateful to still be serving the Greater Arlington community, especially through so many trials and tribulations. In fact, what better time than now to recount all that we have endured through and survived during these past 24 years? For instance, we have …

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Gift Yourself a Healthy Lifestyle This Holiday Season

With a shortened holiday season and too much stress associated with it, instead of writing out a Christmas or Hanukkah gift list this year, I’d like to suggest you create a “healthy lifestyle checklist.” Sure, you’re probably going to have to buy a few gifts for family and friends, but really, what’s better than giving …

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NCAA Gives Student Athletes the Support They Deserve, Sort Of

It’s no secret how much I enjoy working with youth athletes. Having the chance to play a small part in their lives as they navigate through their middle school and high school paths on their way to realizing their dreams of playing in college is truly rewarding. I also find collegiate athletics inspirational, but as …

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CoolSculpting and Functional Medicine: Two New Programs for Optimal Wellness

We already find ourselves in the fall of 2019. The years seem to be flying by, and as time ticks on, we are constantly reminded that despite what we may want to believe, we physically, and often times, emotionally, simply aren’t the people we used to be. I shared a story a few weeks ago …

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