Kink in Your Neck? Learn How to Get Relief.
Silver Cross Hospital offers free lecture on neck pain on January 30
New Lenox, IL (January 22, 2014) —Does your neck hurt? Do you feel numbness or tingling throughout your shoulders, arms or hands? Have you had trouble with your balance and coordination? Well you’re not alone. Millions of Americans suffer from neck pain each year. The diagnosis of neck pain is determined by a medical history and physical examination. Silver Cross Hospital is offering a free lecture to help those suffering with neck pain find relief.
Silver Cross Offers Support Groups in February
New Lenox, IL (Jan. 20, 2014)— Silver Cross Hospital in partnership with BMI Surgery hosts a free Bariatric Support Group for individuals who have undergone weight loss surgery. The meeting will be on Wednesday, Feb. 26, from 6 to 9 p.m. in Silver Cross Hospital, Pavilion A, Conference Center, 1890 Silver Cross Blvd., New Lenox. First time participants should call (815) 717-8744 for more information.
Silver Cross Announces Medical Staff Appointments
New Lenox, IL (Jan 22, 2014) —Elizabeth Stringer, M.D., board certified pediatrics physician, has joined the Silver Cross Medical Staff. Dr. Stringer attended medical school at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in Cincinnati, OH. She completed a pediatrics internship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital in Cincinnati, OH. Her office is located with Southwest Pediatrics at 9400 Bormet Drive, Mokena. To schedule an appointment, call (708) 479-7337.
Silver Cross Offers Childbirth Education Classes in February
New Lenox, IL (Jan. 17, 2014)— Silver Cross offers an array of classes to help new parents prepare and expect the best from their birthing experience in the hospital’s beautiful Women and Infant Services Birthing Center. For more information or to register for one or more Childbirth Classes, visit silvercross.org/specialdeliveries or call 1-888-660-HEAL (4325).
Are You at Risk for Heart Disease?
Silver Cross Offers Discounted Screenings in February
New Lenox, IL (Jan. 15, 2014)—Heart disease remains the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States, claiming approximately almost 380,000 Americans a year. In fact, heart disease is so prevalent that it strikes about once every 34 seconds.