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Information is powerful – particularly when it relates to your health and your health care. That's why we provide insight and tools to help you understand how to take care of you.

You can find general information about health and wellness here. Our blog articles change regularly, so return to this page often for more information.

Current blog articles

  • Eight stress-relieving stretches you can do anywhere


    Stretching can help relieve aches and pains — such as lower back pain — as well as reduce stress. Knowing some stretches you can do at home or at the office can help you stay relaxed, no matter where you are.

  • Five fall veggies to add to your meals this season


    While you may be excited to eat and drink everything pumpkin spice-flavored this fall, these seasonal treats tend to be loaded with sugar and other unhealthy ingredients. But don’t worry — there are some healthier reasons to love fall. 

  • Is your mattress to blame for your back pain?


    If you’ve ever woken up with stiff neck or a sore back, you know that such pain can put a real strain on your daily life. Most of us chalk up this temporary discomfort to falling asleep in a bad position, but the real blame often lies elsewhere. A low-quality mattress can literally throw your whole body out of whack.

  • Why personalized care matters for orthopedic medicine


    Orthopedic pain is personal. From the level of discomfort to the ways in which it affects daily life, pain is unique. That’s why receiving personalized care from your orthopedic doctors is so crucial.

  • How to eat healthy at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair


    It’s fair time once again! The Elkhart County 4-H Fair returns July 21-29. This year’s event includes showstopping performances by Danny Gokey, Martina McBride, Hinder and more, plus plenty of family fun, rides, competitions and, of course, fair food!

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