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Human images from world's First total-body scanner unveiled

EXPLORER, the world’s first medical imaging scanner that can capture a 3-D picture of the whole human body at once, has produced its first scans.

 

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Protect your brain! Learn tips from the experts

Protect your brain! Learn tips from the experts

How does nutrition, exercise, sleep, socialization and more affect your brain? What steps can you take to keep your brain healthy as you age?

Find out from Sutter Health clinical experts at a free “Brain Health” seminar September 10th at Sutter Roseville Medical Center. Read the flyer for more information, and call 916-733-9511 to register.

Live near Davis? Like Yoga or Boxing? Which days are good for you?

​New wellness classes – yoga and boxing – are now offered at Sutter Davis Physical Therapy in Davis.

Classes are offered throughout the week to fit your schedule. Sunrise Yoga is available Monday and/or Friday mornings, while Boxing for Balance is held at noon on Tuesday and/or Thursdays.

Call for more information on how to get started with these classes.

Life Time Folsom names fitness veteran Steve Datte as General Manager

Folsom, Calif. – Life Time®,  the nation's only Healthy Way of Life brand, today announced that Steve Datte has been appointed the new General Manager of the company’s athletic resort destination in Folsom.

Datte and his team members deliver the full suite of Life Time programming and services for the two-story center spanning nearly 300,000 square feet and featuring an outdoor aquatic and tennis complex.

Life Time Folsom is located at 110 Healthy Way. There is also a Life Time facility in Roseville at 1435 East Roseville Parkway.

Datte has more than 30 years of experience in various aspects of the health and fitness industry. In previous roles he has created and written sales and operational protocols for all aspects of business operations. Datte has worked in all regions of the U.S. as well as Canada.

Sutter Medical Foundation seeks participants for Patient Family Advisory Council

Sutter Medical Foundation seeks participants for Patient Family Advisory Council

Sutter Medical Foundation (SMF), committed to providing a consistent, high quality patient experience, is looking for additional community members to join their Patient Family Advisory Council (PFAC). The Council helps provide insight and feedback about the experiences patients and their families have had at Sutter Medical Foundation in the Sacramento area.

“We are working to make the voice of the patient and family evident in everything we do,” said Roberta Mori, Director of Patient and Family Engagement at Sutter Health. “At Sutter Health, we value our patients’ voices and understand they can help us to improve and promote patient-centered care.”

Advisors with the PFAC will collaborate with leadership, care teams, and clinical teams at SMF to help improve the patient experience for future patients. They will share their experiences and perspectives, providing SMF staff with an insider’s view about the patient experience and ensuring that the Sutter Health–affiliated medical foundation continuously improves the care they provide for patients and families.

Those interested in learning more about the Patient Family Advisory Council or signing up to be a volunteer can visit www.sutterhealth.org/pfac to complete an online application. Interested community members may also contact SMF via email at patientfamilyeng@sutterhealth.org.

Activate your Asana…Midtown now offers fun & free yoga classes & First Friday Flow events

Activate your Asana…Midtown now offers fun & free yoga classes & First Friday Flow events

In partnership with Yoga Moves Us, the Midtown Association is pleased to present free MiYo yoga classes on Tuesday and Thursday evenings now underway at Fremont Park (1515 Q Street) and free First Friday Flow yoga events on the first Friday of each month (starting on May 4) on the exterior grounds of Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park (corner of 26th & L). All of these new yoga offerings are scheduled to take place at 6 p.m. on the dates offered through September 2018.