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FSLH Stroke Support Group Presents “Preventing the Recurrence of Stroke”

June 5, 2013 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where
Center for Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Services
1650 Champlin Avenue, Utica, NY United States

Additional Information

On Wednesday, June 5th Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare will host a stroke support group presentation at 6pm on preventing the recurrence of stroke at St. Luke’s Home in the Center for Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Services on Champlin Avenue in Utica. For more info call 624-8779.

The presentation will discuss strategies for healthy living that help reduce the risk of stroke. Richard White, DPT, and Zachary Johnson, DPT, physical therapists at FSLH’s Regional Rehabilitation Center will present and answer questions.

 

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