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Health Lectures

Weight Loss Surgery (FREE)

Start your journey to better health by learning about surgical and non-surgical weight loss options at a free Information Session. Visit www.queens.org/weightloss to pre-register.

Please call 691-7546 to preregister

Wednesday, March 4 • 5:00 - 7:00 pm
   Kapolei High School - Building A, Teacher’s Lunch Room

Saturday, March 14 • 5:00 - 7:00 pm
  Hilo Medical Center, Conf. Rooms A/B

Wednesday, March 25 • 5:00 - 7:00 pm
  Queen’s Conference Center

 

Call 808.691.7546 for more information and to preregister click here.

Heart Valve Disease: New Ways to Mend the Heart (FREE)

Speaking of Health Lecture Series – Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Heart valve disease is one of the most common heart problems, affecting 1 in 8 patients over the age of 75. People with the disease experience shortness of breath, fatigue, lightheadedness and chest pain. They have an increased risk of irregular heartbeat, stroke and heart failure, leading to death.

The good news is: Over the past 10 years, FDA-approved, minimally invasive surgery options have reduced risk, shortened recovery times and changed lives for the better. Learn more about the catheter-based valve repair and replacement procedures that have helped people – including 80- and 90-year-olds – breathe easier and live life to the fullest.

Join Christian Spies, MD, interventional cardiologist and director of structural heart interventions at Queen’s, and hear from the patients themselves who will share their experiences.

Reservations are required. To register online, click here. Or call The Queen’s Referral Line at 691-7117. Parking is available for a $5 flat rate in the Physicians Office Building I parking garage.

Date:  Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Time:  5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:  FREE
Place: The Queen's Conference Center at Queen's - Punchbowl

To register, click here or call 808.691.7117

Engage As You Age: Keeping Fit In Your Fifties & Beyond (FREE)

Speaking of Health Lecture Series – Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Staying active is important as you age. Exercising can help build strength, increase balance and provide overall health benefits. As the body ages and changes, how do you ensure you get the most out of your exercises and activities, while avoiding pain and injury? 

Find out with Rachel Coel, MD, PhD, medical director and staff physician for the Queen’s Center for Sports Medicine, Jill Inouye, MD, primary care sports medicine physician; physical therapist Ryan Moore, DPT; and registered dietician Kelly McDaniel, MS

You'll learn about:

· Exercise recommendations for people over 50
· What exercises to do for muscle strengthening, balance/coordination and endurance
· How to stay safe while exercising
· How to exercise with osteoarthritis
· Nutrition for active older adults
· What treatment options are available for common injuries 

Reservations are required. To register online, click here. or Or call the Queen's Referral Line at 691-7117. Parking is avaliable for a $5 flat rate in the Physicians Office Building 1 parking garage.

 

Date:  Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Time:  6:00 - 7:00 pm
Cost:  FREE
Place: The Queen's Conference Center at Queen's - Punchbowl

To register, click here or call 808.691.7117

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