Please note that due to the overwhelming response to this event, registration is now closed.
Enjoy a relaxing evening getaway on Thursday, May 15, when Crouse Hospital’s new Spirit of Women program hosts Passport to Health: First Stop Greece — just for the ladies.
Learn how to relax, eat well and live free from muscle and joint pain. The Mediterranean themed program, 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Drumlins Country Club, 800 Nottingham Rd., Syracuse, will feature authentic Greek food, beverages and music, as well as a demo about healthy cooking with olive oil. The event is free, but pre-registration is required by calling 315/472-2464.
The human body is made of more than 200 bones and 200 joints, which we take for granted until we’re in pain and can’t participate in our favorite activities, travel or enjoy our everyday life. Suffering doesn’t have to be part of your journey. “Our goal is to provide you with ways to love your joints, foods to help combat symptoms and specific activities and exercises to help keep muscles strong and limber,” said Crouse Spirit of Women Program Administrator Kathleen Miller.
Join Crouse wellness experts Renee Melfi, MD, Scott Treatman, DO, Heather Neely, RD, Julie Hall, PT, and certified yoga instructor Lisa Miles for On the Coast of Somewhere Beautiful, a nationwide initiative, developed by Spirit of Women, designed to raise awareness about orthopedic health. The experts in orthopedics, integrative medicine, nutrition and physical therapy will lead a variety of activities and discussions about understanding the signs, symptoms and causes of common orthopedic conditions, such as arthritis and osteoporosis.
Spirit of Women is a national network of leading hospitals dedicated to improving women's lives with innovative health and community programs. Crouse Hospital is Central New York’s exclusive Spirit of Women hospital.