Join the TriHealth Fitness and Health Pavilion, with a friend*, by Feb. 28 and receive: free specialty group fitness class, free 30-minute personal training session, complimentary lunch for two at the Atrium Café* and 20% off a spa service for two*.
The TriHealth Fitness & Health Pavilion, located at 6200 Pfieffer Road is hosting an open house from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, March 8. Attendees can enjoy a full day of free health and wellness opportunities, including: exercise classes, food samples, free guest day, health screenings, kids activities, physician talks, raffle prizes and spa services.
Allan Peck MD, a gastrointereologist with the TriHealth Digestive Institute explains fecal transplantation - a recent FDA approved treatment option for intestinal infections, with Local12’s Liz Bonis during an Ask the Expert segment.
The TriHealth Cancer Institute, in collaboration with Melanoma Know More, is sponsoring a free skin cancer screening from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Jan. 11. The screening will take place at the Bethesda North Medi Center.
The Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare and Health Care Reform) goes into full effect in 2014, giving millions of uninsured Americans access to health care. Health Care Reform is here so let’s learn the basics:
Matt Birkle MD, and emergency medicine specialist at TriHealth Priority Care – Glenway, discusses the importance of getting a flu shot early with Local’s 12 Liz Bonis during an Ask the Expert Segment.
The holiday season is coming and now's the time to start a healthy routine, especially since the TriHealth Fitness and Health Pavilion is more affordable than ever. Come in today and learn why the Pavilion is more than just a fitness center – and receive big savings.
TriHealth Fitness and Health Pavilion is helping fund breast cancer research with its pink treadmill. Local 12’s Liz Bonis has more details in their Medical Edge segment.
Does the thought of fecal transplantation send you reeling? Well if you're suffering from chronic gastrointestinal (GI) issues, this is a very sanitary, and successful treatment option. "Our gastrointestinal tract harbors many bacteria, the majority of which are found within the colon," says Greg Anderson MD, a gastroenterologist with The TriHealth Digestive Institute. "We are born with no bacteria in the GI tract, but that soon changes as we first consume breast milk or baby formula, both naturally introducing bacteria into the gut."
High blood pressure, undefined chest pain or suffering a heart attack – among others heart issues – may warrant the need for a stress test. But, is a cardiac stress test really as stressful as it sounds? “They’re very simple,” says Thomas Willke MD, of Indian Springs Family Medicine.