Get Healthy Tuesday: Chiropractic Care; other issues
“Get Healthy Tuesday” is a regular feature of KVOW’s Chit Chat in which News Director and Host Leslie Stratmoen interviews health professionals about health issues. The Chit Chat show airs at 8 weekday mornings, right after the news on 1450 AM. To listen to selected excerpts, check below.
MAINTAINING A HEALTHY BACK – On April 30, 2013 – Chiropractor Jason Muehler talked about back health — CLICK HERE
CHIROPRACTIC CARE — aired Feb. 26 — CLICK HERE
Jason Muehler of BetterLife Chiropractic talked about overall bone care with Station Manager Ray Rintamaki filling in for Leslie Stratmoen.
HOSPITAL SERVICES – aired Jan. 22 – CLICK HERE
Guest Chris Smolik, the CEO of Riverton Memorial Hospital, says his hospital will be joining with its sister hospital, Lander Memorial, to share staff and equipment as a way to continue and enhance services while keeping costs down. He talked about the consolidation and new renovations at each hospital, and also how both state and federal health legislation will affect how they do business. Both of the Fremont County hospitals are owned by Life Point Hospitals Incorporated.
QUICK-BURN WORKOUTS – aired Jan. 22 — CLICK HERE
Owner Patti Nelson of Curves for Women in Riverton said she offers a 30-minute fully-designed workout that can cut 500 calories. She talked about the gym and its new location at 522 N. Federal Blvd. She said it’s open daily with the exception of Sunday.
FLU — aired Jan. 15 — CLICK HERE
Nurse Teresa Nirider of the Fremont County Public Health Office tells listeners how to distinguish the flu from a cold and describes how the vaccine works and where it’s available.
FREE HEALTH EXAMS, aired Jan. 15 — CLICK HERE
Jackie Gerdts-Njos of Women’s Wellness said her non-profit organization provides free paps and mammograms by simply calling 877-754-5252. They provide services for over 1,000 clients annually and serve Fremont and surrounding Wyoming counties. She said the organization is funded by state grants and the AVON Foundation.
ANTIBIOTICS, OVER USE — aired Jan. 8 — CLICK HERE
Dr. Walt Conard of Natural Health Solutions in Riverton discussed the over-use of antibiotics and alternative ways of healing.