The human brain is responsible for your every thought, emotion, and behavior, including your memory. As we age, a decline in memory is normal but we can make simple lifestyle changes to not only improve memory but also keep it sharp longer. Join us to learn more about memory-loss diseases, healthy aging, and what you can do to help put your mind at ease.
Community Health Education
Join Carilion Clinic Nurse OB/GYN Practitioner, Suzanne Barron for a discussion on sex after menopause. Cost is free; register by calling Carilion Clinic at 800-422-8482 Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Join Carilion Clinic for a class series on Type 2 Diabetes Prevention. Free classes will be held every Monday at 10 a.m., beginning Sept. 15 through Oct. 27, 2014. Orientation class will be held on Aug. 15. Registration is required by contacting Gail Nordhaus at 540-484-8569.
This is the orientation class for a series of classes on Type 2 Diabetes Prevention. Classes begin September 15 and run every Monday at 10 a.m. through October 27, 2014. To register contact Gail Nordhaus at 540-484-8569. The classes are free, registration is required.
Want to learn how to cook healthy meals that won’t break your budget? Don’t have tons of time to spend in the kitchen? Struggling with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or weight? Or just want to learn some new recipes? This class is for you! Join us and learn basic cooking techniques with a live demonstration by a registered dietitian. Healthy recipe ideas and food samples will be provided.
Space is limited. Please call Carilion Direct at 540-266-6000 or 1-800-422-8482 to register.
When considering a cosmetic procedure, choose wisely. Knowing your surgeon’s qualifications and training is just as important as understanding the procedure itself and the outcome you want. There are numerous options available to help you look as good on the outside as you feel on the inside. What’s the right one for you?
From brow lifts to liposuction, join us to learn about the many surgical and non-surgical procedures Carilion offers to help you love the way you look.
About our speaker:
Kurtis E. Moyer, M.D. is the chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery at Carilion Clinic. He received his medical degree from Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, where he also completed his residency, followed by a fellowship in plastic surgery at Duke University Medical Center.
Parking is in the adjacent lot across from the YMCA.
Cost: $15 (includes lunch)
Pay at the door only.
Registration is required.
Contact Carilion at 266-6560 or 800-422-8482 to register or for more information.
Deadline to register: Monday, Nov. 3, 2014.
This educational session is geared for you, if you would like to quit smoking. This program is also for people who want to help support the potential quitters. Call 800-422-8482 to register.
If you have been diagnosed with a movement disorder, such as essential tremor, Parkinson’s disease, or dystonia, join us to learn more about the latest treatment option, deep brain stimulation (DBS). DBS can help you regain greater control over your movements, increase your independence, and improve your overall quality of life.
Joseph Ferrara, M.D.
Gary R. Simonds, M.D.
Ann Sollinger, Ph.D.
Registration is required. Please call 800-422-8482 to register.
The human brain is responsible for your every thought, emotion, and behavior, including your memory. As we age, a decline in memory is normal but we can make simple lifestyle changes to not only improve memory but keep it sharp, longer. Join us to learn more about memory-loss diseases, healthy aging, and what you can do to help put your mind at ease.
This event is full. Registration is now closed.
Our next scheduled Women's Health University event will be held Nov. 6, 2014. Registration for this upcoming event is now open.
Carilion Clinic is now offering a support group opportunity to help people affected by Narcolepsy. We understand living with narcolepsy can make life difficult at times and that it can even cause feelings of isolation.
Join us, as Mark Patterson, M.D., Ph.D., shares his family experience with narcolepsy and leads an open discussion about dealing with this condition.
This meeting is open to patients, family members, friends, and anyone interested in learning more about narcolepsy and how to live with it. For more information, please call 540-985-8526.
For more information on narcolepsy, please visit the Narcolepsy Network.