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16815 S. Desert Foothills Pkwy., Suite 126
This year’s Fore the Dogs Golf Event was the most successful event in Valley Dogs history, raising more than $10,000 and giving away more than 100 prizes.
Foothills Sports Medicine
Local hospital emergency rooms “exploded” with patients in the last two weeks, health officials reported.
Contact: Matt Shuey
The Spine Institute of Arizona is expanding and bringing its concept of complete spinal care to Ahwatukee Foothills.
Families and caretakers are invited to a detailed workshop to learn recent advances in medical treatment for children with Down syndrome. Seminar topics include: A Parent’s Perspective, New AAP Guidelines for Care, Developmental Pediatrics/Dual Diagnosis, Rehabilitation Milestones, Transitioning to Adult Care, Visits to the Emergency Room, ENT/Allergy, and Comprehensive Heart Care.
FAST - Foothills Acceleration and Sports Training
After years of practicing chiropractic care, Dr. Eric Neufang decided there must be a better way to provide care for patients.
The issue of addiction to medicine has seemed to grow in the past few years. Local doctors and addiction specialists are working on tackling the issue.
The Physical Activity Pyramid for Kids (Source: Fitness for Life Elementary School, Human Kinetics, 2010, used by permission) has five steps. Each of the steps is designed to illustrate a type of physical activity that has health benefits.
Spinal decompression: Non-surgical treatment for herniated and bulging discs
Childhood obesity has been rampant across the country for the past decade but an Ahwatukee Foothills' program is fighting the trend from spreading across the Valley.
The Foundation for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is hosting the first of two 5K Run/Walk and Roll events April 15 in Chandler. The 5Kwill take place at 7 a.m. on the grounds of the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa. Onsite registration will begin at 6 a.m. on the morning of the race and the cost is $25 per participant.
On Tuesday, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., young participants in the WiL Power Challenge, a non-profit program created by Foothills Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation to help overweight and obese children learn to live physically active lives, will get some support from local high school football players.
Obesity is the most deadly and preventable disease statewide, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services. One company hopes its efforts will change the lives of kids in the Valley before it is too late.
Owners: Dr. M. James Dionisio and new associate, Dr. Jacci Havel
Am I Hungry?
Heart-healthy workshop on exercise and conditioning
Registration open for Am I Hungry? workshop series
‘Out Drive Autism' golf tourney benefits student scholarships
Seminar offered on the aging spine
Do you know the biological age of your arteries?
Grills, Guys and Good Health
Team Diabetes offers meetings, training for upcoming marathons