Kristi Spuhler | Apr 18, 2017
ORRVILLE, Ohio (April 18, 2017) – Aultman Orrville Hospital will host two health talks in May as part of a monthly educational speaker series. This series was established in response to the community’s rising need for trusted, accurate health information. All Health Talks will begin at 6 p.m. in Aultman Orrville’s community room. These talks are free and open to the public.
On Wednesday, May 3, Dave Speicher, supervisor of Aultman Orrville’s sports and wellness department, will present “Exercise Options to Help Manage Arthritis.” Arthritis can be challenging and can interfere with the daily lives of those suffering from it. Join Speicher as he focuses on understanding the full spectrum of managing arthritis and the role exercise plays in improving quality of life.
On Tuesday, May 16, Dr. Vincent Jabour will present “Digestive Health Issues.” Join Dr. Jabour as he discusses digestive problems, the embarrassing symptoms and how minor problems left untreated can lead to more serious, chronic illnesses. Guests will learn the signs, symptoms and treatments of the digestive problems that may be troubling them.
For more information about the Health Talks series, call Aultman Orrville Community Relations at 330-684-4703.