Mila McManus MD, Medical Detective
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TWIHW has been serving the community since 2004. Dr Mila McManus and her highly trained team at The Woodlands Institute for Health and Wellness are winners of numerous awards, including Living Magazine Best Of Readers’ Choice awards over the years: Best Functional Medicine Practice, Best Weight Loss Center, Best Bio-identical Hormone Practice.
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by Mila McManus, MD Breast augmentation is a popular plastic surgery in the United States. Interestingly, in 2021, amidst the COVID lockdowns, there was a 44% increase in breast implants from the year before! Simultaneously, there was also a 32% [...]
by Mila McManus, MD It appears that not only does semaglutide help millions of people lose weight, but it is also having a favorable impact on cardiovascular health. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, the reduced risk for [...]
State of the Art Cleerly Coronary Analysis To Detect Artery Plaque by Mila McManus MD Our medical providers often refer patients for coronary artery calcium [CAC] scans which are used to detect and quantify atherosclerosis [hardened and calcified plaque]. There [...]
by Nancy Weyrauch Mehlert, MS The most common nutrition questions we get in our practice are whether or not a particular packaged product is “good” or not. The questions come in about supplements, protein powders, other superfood powders, and all [...]
by Mila McManus, MD Weight loss never seems to be as simple as just changing diet or increasing exercise. Often, it is more of a multi-faceted approach that stimulates the body to burn fat. For example, we know that diet, [...]
by Mila McManus, MD In our August newsletter , we questioned if sodium, or salt, is really bad for you and answered a resounding NO. Salt is important! First, the body requires sodium. Second, sodium must be understood in the [...]