Thriving with Health Conditions
Neal Goldenberg, MD, chair of Sports Medicine at Cheshire, discusses treatment for one of the most common and devastating knee injuries that affects athletes, young and old, with a high prevalence among women.
Following a stroke, people are forced to accept sudden changes in family roles, logistics, and life expectations and face down the unknown. Occupational therapist Cindi Zipoli, OT/L, helps patients navigate this transition and achieve meaningful recovery.
From playing pickleball to painting a deck, repetitive activities can cause shoulder pain and injuries such as impingement syndrome. Neal Goldenberg, MD, director of Sports Medicine, discusses healing and returning to the activities you love.
Addressing a major concern in Cheshire County, Melissa Grenier, LCSW, of New Hampshire's Alzheimer's Association Chapter, shares advice for families navigating early-stage memory loss
As a family medicine provider, Karl Dietrich, MD, MPH support patients in making fresh-start resolutions to improve their health. He shares the most effective strategies for making lasting positive changes.
You don't have to bear your struggles alone—support from people who understand what you are going through can make all the difference.
Few want to burden loved ones with difficult decisions during times of emotional distress. You make decisions about your care for yourself by creating an advance care directive and designating a healthcare agent while you’re able.
Find out what you need to enroll in health coverage for next year by Dec. 15. If you find HealthCare.gov difficult to navigate, make a phone appointment today with Cheshire Medical Center for help.
During National Recovery Month, we commend our community’s progress in supporting people recovering from substance use disorders, led by The Doorway and community partners.
David Potach, PT, SCS, CSCS, director of rehabilitation at Cheshire and author of Sport Injury Prevention Anatomy, offers advice and simple exercises to prevent common injuries on the trail.