GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Next week is National Women's Health Week and Spectrum Health wants to empower all women to take charge of their health and attend an informational event, just for ladies.
On Tuesday, May 14, 2013, Spectrum Health will be hosting a free event for women of all ages. The event will provide community access to specialists who have a passion for advancing the ways women are cared for. At the event, a team of Spectrum Health women's health specialists will discuss a variety of topics including:
-Healthy sleep habits
-Foot and ankle care
-Nutrition and exercise
-Lower back pain
-Core muscle function (posture, strengthening, body mechanics)
-Healthy sexuality in midlife
-Body image and weight loss
Spectrum Health has more dedicated women's health specialists than anyone else in West Michigan. From nutrition and exercise, to hormones and menopause, to sleep medicine and heart health, Spectrum Health is a leader in helping women live longer, healthier lives.
Spectrum Health Women's Health Expo
Tuesday, May 14 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Prince Conference Center at Calvin College - 1800 East Beltline SE
Register online at www.shmg.org/doctordialogue or by calling 616.267.2626 and selecting option 4.
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