Every 40 seconds, someone has a stroke in the U.S.— but with a healthy lifestyle, 80% of all strokes can be prevented.* You can take steps to help prevent stroke by controlling your blood pressure and taking steps to live a healthier lifestyle.
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe by following these 5 steps:
1. Manage blood pressure
2. Reduce blood sugar and cholesterol
3. Exercise daily
4. Eat healthy
5. Quit smoking
Signs of a stroke include dizziness, slurred speech, and numbness on one side of your body. If you think you or someone else is having a stroke, call 9-1-1 even if the symptoms last for only a short time.
To learn more about your risk for stroke, take our online Stroke Health Assessment.Take a Stroke Health Assessment
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Obstetrician and Gynecologist Christopher Smith, MD recently joined the medical staff at Spring View Hospital and is currently accepting new patients. Dr. Smith specializes in obstetrical and postpartum care, gynecological surgeries, cosmetic gynecology, general gynecological care, menopause management and hormone replacement therapy, contraceptive counseling, and medical weight loss.
Dr. Christopher Smith, OB/GYN
Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. Galen Weiss recently joined the medical staff at Spring View Hospital and is accepting new patients. Dr. Weiss specializes in anterior total hip replacements, total joint replacements, fractures and broken bone repairs, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain, and other joint pain.
Dr. Galen Weiss, Orthopedic Surgeon
Spring View Hospital has been an integral part of the community since 1944. The hospital is a 75-bed facility offering a full range of services with state-of-the art technology serving a population of more than 55,000. Spring View Hospital's staff and physicians pride ourselves on providing advanced quality care and service.
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