Summit is now offering community education seminars at our Healthy + Active Center at HealthEast Sports Center (formerly Bielenberg Sports Center). You’ll be able to listen to Summit experts share useful tips and information on how to improve your health and well-being, and ask questions to build your knowledge around many areas of health and wellness.
What Should I Be Eating?
Join Registered Dietitian, Kayley Gamm, in this free community session to discuss the components of a healthy, balanced diet. She will break down all the various food groups and finally get to the bottom of the age old question, what should I really be eating?
Date/time: Tuesday, January 15, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
*Open to ages 15 and older
* click here to cancel or reschedule your class or appointment
Join us to learn about a health and wellness topic and then take a walk! Presentations will take place in the Summit Orthopedics Healthy and Active Center located on the 2nd floor of HESC. Weather permitting, walks will take place outdoors. During inclement weather, walks will take place inside of the HESC field house.
Look for future wellness walk dates!
*Open to ages 18 and older
Future seminars will cover a variety of topics including:
- Low back and neck health
- Cycling injuries/biomechanics
- Prenatal and postnatal wellness/exercise/health
- Sports medicine
- ACL injuries
- Core Stability
- Foam rolling (self-myofascial release)
Physicians, physical therapists, wellness coaches, and nutritionists are among the presenters for these community seminars.
Watch for upcoming seminars and events and reserve your spot online!
Additional educational content:
We all need some support from time to time on how best to live a healthy, active lifestyle. Our experts are committed to giving you the education and resources you need to help cut through the information overload by providing trusted, easy to understand tips and information.
We provide educational content through our:
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