Take Charge of Your Health!
Hennepin Health Series — Half Day of Health
Saturday, October 28, 2006
8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Radisson, downtown Minneapolis
$60 individual / $100 couple
Includes light breakfast, three breakout sessions, and lunch with the experts.
Climb through an ambulance • get a soothing massage • learn relaxation techniques • try out medical equipment and more!
Spend Saturday morning, October 28th, in personal health education sessions featuring interactive presentations and live demonstrations. You’ll have breakfast and lunch with physicians and leading health care professionals from Hennepin County Medical Center—ranked for the past 10 years in US News & World Report’s “America’s Best Hospitals” issue.
Register today or call 612-347-4582 for more information.
Preventive health care: Live to be 100 or die trying
with David Hilden, MD and Meghan Walsh, MD, MPH
Get the most out of the health information on the Internet, learn which screening tests you need and when, tips for living a healthy life, and a doctor’s opinion on how to maximize the short time you have with your physician.
Sleepless in Minnesota? Catching some Zzzz
with Mark Mahowald, MD
Determine your sleep IQ. See and try on some of the latest sleep equipment as this doctor from Minnesota’s premier sleep center helps you get a better night’s sleep.
All the right moves: Caring for your bones and joints
with Joel Smith, MD
From our head to our toes, bones and joints make it all work. In this session you’ll learn about keeping your joints healthy, and see what’s on the horizon—including new replacement joints and implants.
The simple truths of Alternative Medicine
with Patricia Culliton, MA, LAc
Sort fact from fiction and discover the latest on complementary and alternative medicine. Try self-care techniques for pain and stress reduction and enjoy a seated massage!
The high stakes table: Make the right nutritional choices
with Sarah Vermilyea, RD, LD and Karen Koppy, MPH, RD, LD
Learn to make the right nutritional choices for you and your family. Find out what’s in what you eat, and learn how you can be a family fitness champ.
Prepared for anything: Advice from the ER frontline
with John Hick, MD
Swing the odds in your favor to survive a serious injury. This expert from the region’s largest Level 1 Trauma Center will tell you what you need to know and introduce you to the latest technology used in today’s ambulances.