McMinnville Internal Medicine Recognized by UnitedHealthcare for Improving Service to Medicare Advantage Members
September 29, 2015 McMinnville, OR,- McMinnville Internal Medicine (MIM) is […Read More]
Moms with babies up to two years old are welcome to join us each week for this very informal session. You’ll meet with other new moms and a registered nurse to discuss infant development, health and social issues, breastfeeding and other important topics. Siblings and toddlers are welcome!
Breastfeeding Support Group
@ Birthing Center Classroom
Oct 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
The breastfeeding support group is a place to receive advice, support and a place for new moms to gather. Sherry Green, RN has been a nurse for more than 15 years and will be able to answer your questions and help both you and your baby get better at breastfeeding.
Do you have a sprained ankle? Knee or shoulder pain giving your trouble? Willamette Valley Orthopedic & Sports Medicine's Dr. Derek Rains is hosting the BUMPS & BRUISES FREE CLINIC tomorrow SATURDAY OCTOBER 3rd from 8am-10am. NO INSURANCE necessary. Free x-rays, exams, braces, and more. First come first served!
Office is located inside the hospital on the 3rd floor in suite 303 ... See MoreSee Less
"My Weight-Loss Journey" by Miss Stephanie Week 14- "And so it begins..."
This is my last first day of school! Its crazy really. I am hoping to graduate from Western Oregon University in June 2016. But there is no time for senior-it is; this year is filled with upper division business coursed, which are intense but exciting. Right now, I am taking Regression Analysis, Microeconomics, Math 111, Marketing and the Internet, and Intermediate Weight Training. I don't know about you, but to me all these classes sound time consuming and difficult.
I think the biggest key to my success this term is going to be staying organized. When I don't follow a strict schedule I tend to procrastinate and become stressed out. In the past, when I was stressed, I used to binge eat. This term I am trying to channel that stress in different ways. Instead of concentrating on food, I am exerting my energy on exercise. While I clearly did not need to add another class to my already full schedule, I decided to sign myself up for Intermediate Weight Training. I did this so I could be held accountable for showing up to class and actually working out. This structure forces me to get into a routine that I hope will stick once the class is over.
I took “Beginning Weight Training” last spring before my surgery. I told my coach that I was having the surgery and she was very supportive. On Monday when I came into class, she was going over the syllabus and in the middle of her sentence she looked at me and exclaimed "oh!” After class she told me that she did not recognize me and gave me a hug. It made my day to know that I have made so much progress that people are starting not to recognize me!
Anyways, I am doing weight training Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I am also swimming during my break on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This week I have started by swimming half a mile each day, but I eventually want to lead up to a full mile of interval training. Swimming is so much easier on my joints and is a great core cardio exercise.
Finally, to save money and prevent falling back into old habits, I plan to start taking lunches to school. I have sandwich makings, yogurt and vegetables as well as some protein bars for snacks. I hope that I can keep up with all these good habits as I get busier throughout the semester. I am excited and nervous for all that is coming up, but I know that I will succeed if I stay focused and rely on my support system. Thank you everyone! #WVMC #WeightLoss #McMinnville ... See MoreSee Less