We would like to extend a warm welcome to four new Providers who are joining the Mineral Point/Dodgeville Medical Center staff in October: Dr. Timothy Raichle – obstetrics, gynecology, and women’s health Dr. Karen Berger – family medicine Dr. Rachel Hartline – family medicine and obstetrics Dr. Rebecca Pfaff – family medicine
Dear Patients, I am pleased to announce a transition of my primary care office locations effective October 1st, 2018. As Upland Hills Health and the Mineral Point Medical Center prepare to formally combine services, we remain focused on patient satisfaction, accommodation and creating the ideal care experience through the broad service area for which we are . . .
Dear Patients, It is with mixed emotions that I am announcing a transition in my career. Following recent life events, I have made the decision to step back from office-based clinical care and commit full time to emergency medicine. While I have been blessed with the opportunity to work in both of these settings for 16 . . .
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RevUp is a new program the Professional Staff at Mineral Point Medical Center has endorsed to assist in better managing your health. This is a Medicare benefit for patients who have Medicare as their primary insurance and have 2 or more chronic illnesses. Enrollment can be with an introductory phone call from our office phone number (689-987-2346) or by simply asking our reception staff. . . .
As little as 5.5 miles per week can reduce risk for heart attacks, strokes, and heart failure by 31%. Women who walk 30 minutes per day cut risk of stroke by 20-40%. 10,ooo steps = about 5 miles Ideally, you should walk fast enough to be slightly out of breath. Brisk walking is just as . . .
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It releases the feel good brain chemicals dopamine and endorphins. In social situations we use it to show others we like them. Ten to fifteen minutes of laughter can burn up to 40 calories. It may help relax your arteries and increase blood flow. The endorphins help decrease the sensations of pain. It lowers stress hormones like . . .
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