Annual Health And Wellness Fair At The North River Civic Center Is Sept. 27

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The annual Health and Wellness Fair will be held at the North River Civic Center in Hixson on Sept. 27, from 4-7 p.m. 

There will be free screenings, seminars and door prizes. Admission is free.

Screening vendors include: Rehab South (Bone Density); MedTech Enterprises (Balance), Life Care of Hixson (Blood Pressure); Health Source (Chair Massage); Memorial Hospital (BMI Waist to Hip Ratio); Hixson Spine Center (Spine Screenings), Dr. Tom Pop (Dental Screening), Lantman Eye Care (Vision Screening) and much more.

Free Health and Wellness Fair seminars will include:

Fitness in Today's World

5:15-5:35 p.m.

Brent Ashley PT. from Home Care Solutions will be talking on fitness to help you to accomplish a healthy lifestyle.

Vital Symptoms

6:15-6:35 p.m.

Dr. Jonathan Kerley from Fast Access Healthcare will be discussing the top symptoms that you should not ignore.

 


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