Tag: health

2 Your Health: The facts you need about chiropractic care

Dr. Craig Brue Are you experiencing recurring back or neck pain? Many people are somewhat confused about when they should seek chiropractic treatment. This article will help you understand that consulting a chiropractor may be the best thing that you ever did to overcome back and neck pain. Chiropractic physicians are real doctors. Chiropractors have…

Stroke/Neuro Support Group to meet October 20

Myra Knapp Are you caring for a loved one who has stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease or another neurological condition or movement disorder? Or are you your own caregiver? Members of the Stroke/Neuro Support Group understand that caregivers may need an outlet and an opportunity to share concerns and solutions in a supportive atmosphere. Our next…

Medicare seminar October 17

Don Jensen Medicare Open Enrollment is October 15 to December 7. With 40 Medicare Advantage plans, 11 Medicare Supplement plans (also known as Medigap plans), and 50 prescription drug plans to choose from, how can you know the best one for you? The objective of this seminar is to make Medicare options crystal clear so…

Health Night Out: Weekend warrior and that problem shoulder

Dr. William Prickett

Don Jensen On Monday, October 23, the Health Night Out team will welcome Dr. William Prickett, Orthopedic Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon, to SaddleBrooke. Dr. Prickett will discuss diagnosis and treatment options for various orthopaedic conditions, including rotator cuff problems, tears to tendonitis, arthritis, instability and common fractures. He will explain non-operative and surgical options to…

Health Fair celebrates 20 years

Dispose of unused medications and donate old eyeglasses.

Phyllis Ketring The SaddleBrooke Health Fair celebrates its twentieth anniversary on Saturday, October 14, 9:00 am to noon, at the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse. Parking is at MountainView with luxury coaches shuttling between MountainView and SaddleBrooke One. Shuttles run until 1:30 p.m. to allow time for lunch at the Roadrunner. Parking for golf carts and cars…

Should I learn to meditate?

Would you like to have more ease and well-being in your life? How about better health, less anxiety and more happiness? Perhaps you should consider learning how to meditate. Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years, but has experienced tremendous growth in the last 10 years. What used to be associated with the spiritual…

Stroke/Neuro Support Group news

Liz Boyd Are you caring for a loved one who has stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease or another neurological condition? Or are you your own caregiver? Our monthly lunches provide an opportunity to share concerns and solutions in a supportive atmosphere. The next monthly meetings will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, September 15, and…

Tai Chi classes

Carol Emerson Many of us find that while we used to run, do yoga and play sports, our bodies just can’t take that kind of physical stress anymore. Tai Chi provides a great alternative. Although it is slow and gentle and doesn’t leave you breathless, it addresses the key components of fitness — muscle strength,…