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Medical Topics Explained

1 – STOP Screening: Peripheral Vascular Disease Screening

Are you concerned about your heart health? The 1-STOP screening includes several potentially life-changing assessments such as: blood pressure, body fat analysis, weight, health risk appraisal, peripheral vascular disease screening, and lab work. The lab work includes a lipid panel (cholesterol … Read More >

Give Your Heart a New Start with Cardiac Rehab

If you’ve received treatment for a heart problem, you’re probably full of questions. How do make sure the problem doesn’t reoccur? And how do you get your heart back in shape? That’s where the Crittenton Cardiac Rehabilitation Program comes in. … Read More >

Crittenton Provides Improved Cardiac Care through your Wrist

At Crittenton, the cardiac care experts do amazing things. Like the innovative transradial procedure that allows our doctors to clear blocked arteries through the wrist instead of through the groin. It’s less invasive. It’s less traumatic. And it’s just one of the … Read More >

What is Cardiac Rehabilitation?

  It is often after a life threatening instance such as a heart attack that people ask “what is cardiac rehabilitation?” A complete cardiac rehabilitation program, like Crittenton’s, focuses on getting patients back to their daily routines by teaching lifestyle … Read More >

Identifying Early Signs and Suicide Prevention in Adolescents

Jeanne Miller, MA LLP, the Director of Specialized Services for Youth for Oakland Family Services will present an interactive/educational lecture highlighting data on teen depression and suicide, identification of early signs of suicide and key interventions and strategies to help … Read More >