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TAI CHI FUNDAMENTALS® FOR THERAPEUTIC APPLICATIONS U REGISTRATION INFO! Most education classes listed take place at Park Center, 2400 Chestnut Ave. Registration is going on now. Visit northshore.org, go to Patients & Visi- tors, then click on classes and events or call 847-570-5020 M-F, 7:30 am-7 pm, Sa, 9 am-1 pm. U WALK-IN SERVICES Offered by NorthShore University Health System Pharmacy Screenings: 2nd Thursday of each month. Drop-in Time: 9-11 am, Room 102 Total Cholesterol* FEE: $25 A1C Testing* FEE: $35 Fasting Blood Glucose* FEE: FREE *FASTING REQUIRED – These test results will be entered in Epic records if you are a NorthShore patient. Pharmacy Presentations (10-11 am) and Medicine Review (11 am-12 pm): WHERE: East Wing Sr. Center, Rm. 108A 1/16: Don’t Go Breaking My Bones! 2/20: Breaking Down The Multivitamin 3/20: Spring Has Sprung and So Have My Allergies U MONTHLY SCREENINGS AT NORTHSHORE SUITE Call 847-570-5020 or visit northshore. org/calendar to make an appointment. Diabetes/Cholesterol/Cardiac Risk screening for adults 1st Tuesday of each month • 7-8 am FEE: $25 Body Fat Composition for adults 2nd Tuesday of each month • 7-8 am FEE: $15 Blood Pressure Testing for adults 3rd Tuesday of each month • 10 am-12 pm FREE OUTPATIENT CARDIAC REHABILITATION PROGRAM PHASE III North Shore University HealthSys- tem's Phase III maintenance program helps the individual to continue a regular exercise regime and to maintain healthy lifestyle changes after attending Phase II. Individuals with multiple risk factors for coronary artery disease may enroll. Physician clearance required. For more informa- tion, call (847) 657-3550. WINTER AQUATIC CLASSES Classes take place in Park Center’s Warm Water Therapy Pool. Ai Chi Balance, Harmony & Healing – Tu or Th • 12 pm Backhab – Tu or Th • 8:30 am Hip & Knee – W • 8:30 am FEE: $72 For more information, call 847-657-3510. Session I – 1/8 – 2/14 Session II – 2/26- 4/4 YOGA FOR THE HEART Specifically for patients with Atrial Fibrillation. Yoga has been shown to improve symptoms, heart rate, blood pressure, anxiety, depression and improve quality of life. In this 12 week class led by a licensed physical therapist and certified yoga instruc- tor, participants will learn breathing and awareness skills, postures, and relaxation techniques. Must be able to get down and up from the floor. Wear modest, comfortable clothing. MAX: 18 DAY/TIME: W • 2:30-3:30 pm DATES: 1-9-3/27 FEE: $168/12 wks. NORTHSHORE LECTURE SERIES Co-Sponsored by The East Wing Glenview Senior Center Build on simple to complex patterns of movement to maximize the therapeutic benefits of this exercise system. Taught by a licensed physical therapist. MAX: 18 LEVEL Beginner Beginner Advanced Advanced FEE: $90 DAY/TIME DATES Tu • 1 pm 1/8-2/12 Tu • 1 pm 2/26-4/2 Th • 1 pm 1/10-2/14 Th • 1 pm 2/28-4/4 HEALTHY TRANSFORMATION Stimulate your metabolism to burn unhealthy fat while giving your body important nutrition for overall health, helping you to look and feel better. This clinically-designed program includes practitioner support and counseling sessions by the NSUHS Integrative Medicine team of MDs, RN and RD. At beginning and end of program one on one sessions with coordinator. DAY/TIME: W • 6:30-8 pm DATES: 2/12, 2/19, 3/5, 3/19, 4/2, 4/16 WHERE: Glenbrook Hospital FEE: $300 (Program participants must also purchase the Healthy Transformation Kits) A one month supply includes: • Targeted support for weight loss with high protein shakes, soup mixes and low glycemic protein bar • Advanced nutritional support for health with twice daily supplement packets, probiotic and fiber mix • Program guide with easy to follow instructions, menu plans and recipes • High protein, phytonutrient-dense food plan with a wide range of choices • Simple exercise plan and online support including FAQs and helpful lifestyle tips COST: $225 BACK TO THE FUTURE: ADVANCES IN CANCER SURGERY Park Center, Room 101 Wednesday, February 13 • 1-2 pm HIGH RISK BREAST AND HEREDITARY CANCER Mellissa Hogg MD will explore the approach to patients with abdominal malignancies and the multi-disciplinary team ap- proach to diagnosis and delivering care. We will discuss updates in surgical procedures and teaching surgery in addition to novel therapeutics. Wednesday, December 12 • 1-2 pm Dr. Allison DePersia will be outlining her work with the Center of Medical Genetics focusing High Risk Breast and Hereditary Cancer, as well as options for genetic testing. BREAST CANCER TREATMENT: THE OLD, THE NEW, AND THE EXCITING Wednesday, January 9 • 1-2 pm Join Katherine Kopkash, MD FACS Director of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery to learn how breast cancer is treated in 2018, with an emphasis on evidence-based treatment approaches. WINTER 2019 CEREBRAL PALSY FROM A NEUROLOGIST'S PERSPECTIVE Wednesday, March 13 • 1-2 pm Dr. Margaret Michelson of Pediatric Neurology, NorthShore Uni- versity HealthSystem, will walk with you through the lens of a Pe- diatric Neurologist’s diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy and its treatment. 23