Health

Senior Wellness will Rock in the Central Valley with “Agile Aging” Director, Valerie Garrett, at Healings in Motion’s Stroke Prevention Program

Healings in Motion is presenting “Agile Aging – Senior Wellness” with Valerie Garrett at their monthly lunch and learn program on Wednesday, July 27th from 12:00 pm-2:00 pm at the Worknet Building, located at 56 S. Lincoln Street, Stockton, CA 95203. Dress comfortably and gear up to have fun, learn and participate as these simple but effective movements are demonstrated. Agile Aging's slow, subtle movements embrace a mind-body approach, accompanied

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Healings in Motion Announces Recovery Expert, Dr. Russell Rottacker, Chiropractic Neurologist, speaking on “Balance Disorders, Remedies and Fall Prevention”

Healings in Motion brings Stroke Survivors and Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors together to support recovery at the Central Valley Recovery, Awareness, Preventing Strokes ("CV-RAPS") program. The speaker is recovery expert, Dr. Russell Rottacker DC, DACNB, This lunch and learn program will be Wednesday, June 22, 2011, 12PM-2PM at the San Joaquin Stockton Worknet Building, 56 S. Lincoln Street, Conference Center, Stockton, CA. The public is invited

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Healings in Motion and Stroke Resources, Inc. Partner to Prevent Strokes in the Central Valley by Increasing Awareness and Response to Stroke Symptoms and Treatment.

Healings in Motion and Stroke Resources, Inc. collaborate to increase stroke awareness in the Central Valley and stress the importance of taking action when stroke symptoms occur. “May is recognized as National Stroke Awareness Month. We want to emphasize local resources and available care for patients, families and the general public", says Betty Laird, President of Stroke Resources. Stroke Awareness in the Central Valley is a special version

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Scenes from the Caregiver Symposium

Fifty million Americans call themselves caregivers parents caring for children, children caring for aging parents, spouses caring for one another and other volunteers. All have something in common, including endless hours of thankless tasks with little or no personal time or recognition. Each week newspapers list many people who have passed on from a disease or illness. Each person listed likely had a caregiver of some sort to care for them during

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