We know as the end of the year approaches you switch gears to begin planning for the holidays, school activities, sports and don’t forget work! Before we know it 2017 has come and gone and we are starting over a whole new year selecting new insurance plans & trying to find what option works best for you and your family. As we all know health insurance can be expensive and sometimes a little confusing. You could be missing out on benefits that you have with your current plan that may not be available next year & now is the time to make the most of them!
As the moon begins to align with the sun leaving us in a few brief minutes of darkness you need to be prepared for the impact on your feet. Once the sun is fully engulfed in the darkness of the moon you will begin to experience foot pain, dry feet & in extreme cases ingrown toenails. Just kidding! Unless you end up walking to Oregon or Idaho to beat the traffic your feet will be just fine! However we did want to share some tips with you on the best places to be and how to safely enjoy the eclipse!
Photography by Jamie Dowers from www.tumwaterfootball.com
For many student athletes they are actively participating in sports throughout the school year without a break in between seasons. Often they push through their heel pain, ankle injury or other aches and pains until their next sport begins. It is all too common for these issues to be placed on the back burner behind practice, homework and family time. Neglecting issues can be extremely dangerous. Small issues can turn into major problems, hampering your ability to participate in your sport and even school work if they result in an injury that requires lengthy recovery time.
We have so many fun and exciting things taking place this month. We wrapped up patient appreciation day in all office except West Olympia. We will be thanking patients for their support on august 9th. We are also mid way through our school supply drive, & have some fun sponsorship's with the South West Washington & Grays Harbor Fair. Which will be taking place over the next few weeks. Most exciting of all is an upcoming radio interview with patient Russell Wilson. Be sure to listen to 96.9 KAYO to hear what he has to say.