The initial conversation with many of my older patients often starts with what challenges they face, their commitment to change and what activities exactly do they want to return to doing without feeling limited.
In the late 1960s, Shreveport was brimming with independent geologists who had ideas on how to get the oil and gas from the ground; they just didn’t have the staff and operating knowledge to operate themselves. That’s where L.R. “Bob” Brammer Jr. came in.
On July 14, Eddie’s Restaurant, a humble Shreveport eatery located at 1956 Hollywood Ave., celebrated 40 years in business. The restaurant was founded in 1978 by Chef Eddie Eugene Hughes. Prior to opening his own restaurant, Hughes had worked for many years in the kitchen of Shreveport’s historic Freeman & Harris Café.
Everyone knows that the body changes with time. It’s expected. Often, however, I hear from my female patients that they did not expect the changes that they’ve noticed in their urinary system, which for many, have significantly affected their lifestyle.