Sensory deficits create problems with sensation, whether it be with the eyes, ears or feeling in the feet, can increase your risk of falling. Check your eyesight and hearing regularly and talk to your doctor if you’re experiencing numbness in your feet. Blood pressure drops, especially when we quickly go from lying, or sitting, to standing, can interfere with balance, vision and coordination. If you feel dizzy or lightheaded when standing, sit until your head clears, stand up slowly and ensure you have good footing before taking a step.
Dr. J Arlo Chinnery TCMD, RAc completed internships in Bei Jing, China in 2003 and Rocky Mountain Physio in 2004 and received his Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Diploma in 2005. After starting his practice in Southern Alberta, Dr. Arlo moved back to his hometown, Red Deer, in 2010, to continue his holistic approach to pain management. In 2018, Flying Turtle Acupuncture, moved to a larger facility to accommodate his growing clinic. Since current patients soon require less frequent treatments to maintain their improved state of well-being, new patients are always welcomed.
Drop in beginner watercolor classes every Monday from the 1-4 p.m. No experience required. Cost is $30. Call 403-597-1594 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. More classes listed on ‘Events’ page of website.
Your 90-minute emotional wellness discovery session begins with a conversation. We assess satisfaction levels in all areas of life and explore possible connections to emotional/physical pain and any dissatisfaction in present-day life. An emotional wellness session utilizes tools such as tapping, coaching, visualizations, and affirmations; facilitating the release of attachments to past traumas, upsetting life experiences, fears, cravings, stress, and anxiety. Emotional wellness sessions are known to increase life satisfaction; resulting in more joy, peace, calmness, clarity, and confidence. All sessions are guaranteed – you’ll leave feeling better. If you have questions, a complimentary 10-minute telephone consultation is available.
July 6, 10—11 a.m. Kids Macramé course, $25 plus GST. For ages 10 and up – must be accompanied by adult.
July 20, 9:30 —11:30 a.m. Adult Macramé course, $50 plus GST, call 403.346.5613 to register or visit website for more info.
Do you know someone who needs help? Bayshore believes healthcare and personal care services should be accessible by Canadians. They partner with healthcare professionals and pharmaceutical manufacturers to connect patients to the care they need, when it matters most, by supporting patients and their families throughout their journey, from diagnosis onwards. Bayshore provides services for many medical conditions including oncology, neurology, rheumatology and rare diseases. Your local Home Health branch serves the areas of Red Deer, Innisfail, Olds, Ponoka and Rocky Mountain House. The process of arranging home care is simple and free in-home consultations are available.
At Riverstone Dental Clinic, we recommend your child’s first dental visit to be about age 3, however, you can consider bringing your child for a visual exam as early as 6 months of age. Consider having your child come in and watch you get a cleaning and exam before it is their turn, so they know what to expect. Pick a time of day when your child is generally well rested. Children are intuitive, be careful not to pass on your own fears or anxieties about dental visits to your children. Assure you are positive and prepared for the experience.
– Use your CPAP all night, every night and while napping
– Use distilled water for your water chamber.
– Wash your CPAP mask daily (warm soapy water or mask cleaner and wipes).
– Check your filter every other week — clean or replace if dirty.
– Replace your mask and accessories every 6 months.
– Do not over tighten your mask; it may cause leaks and cause the seal to break.
– If you have any dryness in your nose or throat, try increasing the humidity.
– Keep in contact with your doctor and CPAP provider to ensure your success.
Dream Sleep Respiratory, DreamSleep.ca/Red-Deer
BOTOX® is a popular worldwide treatment that works by blocking nerve impulses to the muscles, causing them to relax. As a result, your expressions soften, and dynamic wrinkles are greatly reduced. Why are BOTOX® treatments so popular? – It doesn’t change the way you look but helps smooth away strong expression lines making you look younger and more relaxed. – It is extremely safe and effective, when administered by experienced physicians. – The treatment is virtually painless and can be administered in minutes. – The results can last up to 6 months.
Horizon Vein and Cosmetic Centre, HorizonCosmeticCentre.ca
Several downtown streets will close Sunday, August 11 for use of any non-motorized activity (e-bikes and scooters included) by people of all ages and abilities. Two satellite stations (Kerry Wood Nature Centre & the Red Deer Public Library Dawe Branch) will provide participants with maps and a guided bike ride to downtown. Themed activity zones include: sustainability/green living, community/culture, entertainment, active living, a market and child-friendly activities. Experience Cyclovia – be active, use active transportation, and learn about our trails and fabulous downtown. Mark your calendars and join this fun community event. BikeRedDeer.com/Events
Compression is great for jobs with prolonged sitting or standing, pregnancy and pre and post-vein surgery. They are also great for everyday activities, like hiking, and jogging! Benefits include improving circulation, reducing swelling, and relieving achy and fatigued legs. Get them fitted by a trained professional and ensure the compression is graduated; strongest at the ankle and less as it moves up the leg. They come in various colors and styles to meet your needs and personal preferences. Most benefit plans cover medical compression stockings annually with a doctor’s prescription.