Monthly Archives: September 2010

Suffering from back pain? It could have serious causes

Roughly 70 to 85 percent of people have experienced back pain at some point in their lives.  For most people, it might just be a simple strain causing their problem. However, if the pain persists for more than three months, … Continue reading

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Thank you to all of our wonderful employees!

Every August, we celebrate our Rose employees with Employee Appreciation Week. Each day in that week we have activities to thank our employees for the great job they do all year long.    This year we had a busy week.  Monday we had breakfast for … Continue reading

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Rose Medical Center in the Community

At Rose, we believe that it’s not enough just to offer outstanding medical care, but that it’s also important to give back to our community. We encourage our employees to be active in the community and do what we can … Continue reading

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The Importance of Exercise with Cancer Treatment

By Brian Jones, BS, CES Often, a person who is undergoing a form of cancer treatment like radiation or chemotherapy may be so fatigued that the last thing they want to consider doing is exercising. However, several studies have shown … Continue reading

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Training for Ski Season

By Dr. Sanjay Jatana Even though ski season is still a few months away, proper training is important to prevent or minimize injuries from winter sports. Skiing and snowboarding require strengthening your leg muscles, improving your flexibility and getting your … Continue reading

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