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June 2014

HealthPoint - Cape & Jackson

Barbeque Thanks

A big thank you to all members who were able to attend the member appreciation Cinco de Mayo celebrations held last month. The weather and food were excellent and the staff at both locations had a great time mingling with members and families. Stay tuned for future member appreciation events.

Happy Father's Day to all HealthPoint Dads! You are an invaluable presence in the lives of your children and in our community!

Refer a Friend!

Have a friend or family member interested in a membership at HealthPoint?  We are here to help.  Call 986-4466 and request a free 7-day trial pass and schedule a tour!  Must complete a tour with a membership representative to receive 7-day pass.

July 4th Hours

HealthPoint in Cape will be open from 7am – Noon on the Fourth of July
HealthPoint in Jackson will be open from 7am – 10am, making accommodations for runners participating in the 5-K Independence Day run.  We will resume normal hours Saturday, July 5th.

Check it Out!

Two high intensity interval training classes (CrossFit and HP-Hit), as well as a variety of Les Mills Virtual Group Exercise Classes are now being offered at your HealthPoint Fitness Centers.  Sign up for a Free CrossFit Boot Camp class to determine if you are ready for a high intensity exercise regimen.  You can pick up a class schedule at either facility or on our website.

HealthPoint Schedules

HealthPoint Rehab

It’s Summer Time-It’s Pool Time!

Summer time is a perfect time to get started with an aquatic exercise program.  Many types of orthopedic, metabolic and neurological conditions prevent people from exercising comfortably and successfully in the typical gym setting.  Get started today utilizing the pools at HP Fitness by working through your pain and limitations with a physical therapy program first.  We are the only facility that has therapists in the water with you while you learn the exercises and challenge yourself safely.  The aquatic physical therapy program is often covered by insurance and we will verify your insurance benefits for you.  The warm water pool makes exercise much more comfortable to arthritic joints.  With easy stair or lift access, everyone has access to the pool. 

HealthPoint's Aquatic Physical Therapy Program

  • One-on-one therapy between the therapist and the patient the entire time
  • Water depth is three and one-half to five feet, and the patient does not have to get his/her face wet
  • Water temperature is 88 to 90 degrees warm
  • There are steps with hand rails on both sides to enter and exit the pool. A hydraulic lift is also available for those who are unable to use the steps.
  • Towels, lockers and private changing rooms with showers and toilets are available during therapy sessions.
  • By Physician referral and approved by Medicare and most insurance carriers.

For more information, call 573-986-4411.

Weight Loss & Nutrition

Healthy Cooking Class

HealthPoint in Cape
Monday, June 16
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Healthy Snacking: The kids are home from school and need some healthy options to munch on.  Snacking can be a healthy part of eating well for everyone.  Come hear some tips and taste new food ideas for when we need just a “little somethin’-somethin’”! $3 fee for members, $5 fee for non-members. Please call 986-4440 to register.

Bariatric Support Group

HealthPoint in Cape
Saturday, June 21
10:00
AM

SoutheastHEALTH is offering a special support group for patients who have undergone or are considering bariatric weight-loss surgery.  Participants will have an opportunity to discuss issues, share successes and trade helpful hints in an overall supportive environment. The group meets on the 3rd Saturday of every month and is facilitated by Raina Childers, MS, RD, LD, and Mary Etta Dunaway, RD, LD, CDE, registered dietitians with SoutheastHEALTH. For more information call 986-4440 or email Raina at rchilders@sehealth.org.

SportsCare

Heat Related Illness

With the summer fast approaching, it is important that we be aware of illnesses that are caused by heat, especially in Southeast Missouri.  Heat related illnesses occur when the body is unable to disperse heat adequately in hot and humid environments.  As a result, a harmful amount of heat is concentrated in the body’s core temperature during activity.  This can lead to heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke, which all have dangerous effects on the body. Read More.

Matthew Carter
573.986.6635

Katie Niles
573.986.6637

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