Thriving with Health Conditions
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.
After a break in community health education offerings, classes are back this Fall. We offer you both virtual and in-person courses that include past favorites and new health and wellness subjects for a broader local audience.
These questions will help you work with your provider to prevent—or find and fix—issues long before they become crises, especially if your care was interrupted.
Michael Ormont, MD, wound care expert at Cheshire Medical Center explains how we can eat to support healing—from scrapes to chronic wounds.
Primary care at Cheshire Medical Center is expanding to welcome more patients and evolving to meet their changing needs.
Ruth Goldstein MS, RD, outpatient registered dietitian shares the foundational principles for those with many of the most common health conditions in America.
Physical activity is a foundation of good health and well-being but people with low bone mass must exercise with intention and care. Learn more from Sharil Cass, PT, DPT, who teaches people with osteoporosis safe exercise and movement.