In My Own Voice: Sophia’s Scoliosis Makes Her Stronger Physically and Mentally
Sophia was diagnosed with scoliosis at age ten and required comprehensive management by a team of clinicians. Today, due to her hard work with Schroth physical therapy, wearing a back brace, and meeting regularly with the team at the Emerson Scoliosis Program, her posture has noticeably improved.
Back to Work With Two Healthy Shoulders
Orthopedic surgery has become progressively more effective and easier for patients. At Emerson Hospital, experienced orthopedic surgeons with impressive clinical expertise have been joined by new physicians. All provide the most current approach to musculoskeletal care and are supported by the Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies and Emerson Home Care.
Convenient, Comprehensive Care for Broken Ankle Keeps Director of Kimball Farm Ice Cream on Her Feet
After breaking her ankle, Jill found the care she needed close to home through Emerson. From the initial diagnosis to physical therapy, Emerson helped her get back to her job producing ice cream at Kimball Farm!
Making the Most of Summer for Student Athletes
As student athletes take a break from school sports for the summer, their training doesn’t necessarily have to stop. Here are a few tips to help stay injury-free as they prepare for the upcoming fall athletic season.
Important Tips for Sunscreen Season
Summer has arrived! Along with all of the fun associated with the season comes the importance of using sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Here are some important things to keep in mind about using sunscreen.
Back to Good Health After a Serious Cancer Diagnosis
Access to world-class physicians through the Mass General Cancer Center at Emerson Hospital – Bethke allowed a Leominster resident to join a clinical trial and employ a novel therapy to overcoming cancer.
Tick Season Has Arrived: How to Prevent Disease
To celebrate the recent opening of Emerson Family Medicine, we asked Dr. Stephan Goupil, a primary care physician who sees patients of all ages, to share ways people can protect themselves from tick bites and tick-borne diseases this season.
Navigating the Medical System for Your Loved One with Dementia – July 24
Join Emerson Hospital’s Care Management team for a free educational program about dementia for families and caregivers on Wednesday, July 24 from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. at Emerson Hospital, Cheney Conference Room, 133 Old Road to Nine Acre Corner, Concord, MA. Janet Benvenuti, author of Don’t Give Up on Me! Supporting Aging Parents Successfully, and founder of Circle of Life Partners, will discuss strategies for navigating the medical system and optimizing life at home for a loved one with dementia. Bring your stories and questions and join the conversation. For more information or to RSVP, contact email@example.com or call 978-287-3170. Refreshments will be served.
Holistic Planning Meets Planned Giving
Byron Woodman and Lee McGowan provide an integrated approach to philanthropy through their financial services company as well as their own planned giving initiatives.
Questions New Parents Ask…Answered!
Dr. Linda Brown, a primary care physician in Maynard who sees patients of all ages – newborn through seniors – answers some common questions parents ask about their baby’s health.