Let me introduce myself. I am a mom, a wife, a daughter, a sister, a friend. During the day, I can be found as a bereavement specialist, a Cub Scout Den leader, a Sunday School teacher, a school volunteer. I spend my days cooking, cleaning and running taxi for my family.
Sometimes events touch your life in a way that you will always remember - where you were, when it happened and the people that were with you.
Kelly Hanson, MA, Bereavement Specialist
It is truly special to me how our life experiences shape us into the people we are meant to be. My journey to becoming a bereavement specialist at Agnesian HealthCare’s Bereavement Services is an example of this. Here is my story.
Jackie Block, LMFT, LCSW, Psychotherapy
St. Agnes Hospital Behavioral Health Services
What is dry needling?
Micah Swift, DPT, Outpatient Physical Therapy, St. Agnes Hospital
Everyone should be aware of the warning signs of stroke. In the United States, stroke is the fourth leading cause of death among men and the third leading cause of death in women, according to the American Stroke Association.
A few weeks ago, I finalized plans for a “Girls Only” weekend to visit my friend in Florida for her wedding. No kids, no husbands along. Just the girls, getting a chance to reunite and catch up over a long weekend. You cannot imagine the anticipation that has been building for this trip.
Is your child complaining of knee pain?
Does it get worse with jumping sports?
Is there a painful lump on the shin bone?
Kelsey Sauer, Licensed Athletic Trainer
Spring has always been my favorite season of the year. As the brown grass begins to turn green and the trees start to bud and their leaves start to grow, you can tell that the environment is going through growth and renewal.