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A healthy heart makes for a healthier life
We quite often hear - especially when February and National Heart Health Month rolls around - that we should all be making our heart health a priority. Heart health involves taking the proper lifestyle (and sometimes medical) steps to avoid coronary (artery) heart disease and high blood pressure (hypertension). These two conditions are often the underlying causes of several other heart-related conditions. But what exactly is heart disease? Read More for more information.
Contact sports and skin conditions
We are in the middle of the high school wrestling season. The wrestling season can be a busy time for licensed athletic trainers (LATs). Due to the amount of physical contact between athletes, wrestling is the most common sport for skin conditions to occur. LATs are one of the first lines of defense when it comes to skin infections. Athletic trainers have knowledge in preventing, assessing, treating, and educating athletes regarding skin conditions.
Make this year your year for Quitting Sitting
Most American adults spend up to eight hours a day sitting down. Sitting behind a computer all day can actually be detrimental to your health, resulting in lowered metabolism, an increased risk of heart disease, poor posture, and softer abdominal muscles. Read More to learn about ways to work less sitting into your day.
Run safely this winter
It is that time of year when the temperature has dropped and the days are shorter. Because of this, many people believe it means the morning and evening outdoor runs and walks need to come to an end. This can be very far from the truth for many people. Because of the darkness, though, some guidelines must be followed for safe running or walking outdoors.
Early Season Golf Tactics Class
Fort HealthCare Therapy & Sport Center is offering Early Season Golf Tactics instruction to help keep golfers conditioned for their sport through the winter. The class is five weeks long, running on Wednesdays, March 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the center. Class size is limited; Registration required.
Welcome James Foskett, MD!
Fort HealthCare is pleased to welcome a new orthopedic surgeon to its team of providers. James J. Foskett, MD joins surgeons Thomas Nordland, MD, Isidoro Zambrano, MD, and Paul Schuppner, MD, seeing patients by appointment at Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates in Fort Atkinson. The clinic is located at 1504 Madison Avenue in Fort Atkinson, adjacent to its state-of-the-art sports medicine and rehabilitation therapy clinic.
Dining to keep your heart healthy
We all know that eating healthy at home is typically a lot easier than dining out. However, it’s important when we find ourselves out to eat for family obligations, meetings, or social gatherings, that we know how to keep from neglecting our health. Healthful food choices is a huge way that we can take control of our cardiovascular health.
Baked Cripsy Potatoes
Click "read more" to view ingredients and directions for making this healthier batch of potato chips from our online collection of healthy recipes.
Fort HealthCare is proud to sponsor a number of community events. All year long, you can find a number of health and fitness related events and classes for the whole family. Check out to find more activities throughout the community.
American Heart Association
AHA Pediatric Emergency Assessment Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS)
Community Events
Cancer Links
Fitness Classes
Digital On-Demand Fitness Video Library Subscription
Health Education & Training
Childbirth Preparation Classes
Health Care Careers - Digital Download
Cancer Links
Performance Enhancement & Athletic Training
Get N Fit
EDGE Training
Three Ways to Register: • Online at
• Call (920) 568-5475
• Visit the Registration Desk at Fort Memorial Hospital in Fort Atkinson
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