Walk With a Doc

Take a Step Toward Better Health

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Simple walking improves your health. Just 30 minutes of walking a day can reduce your risk of heart disease, improve blood pressure and blood sugar, elevate mood, and reduce risk of osteoporosis, cancer, and diabetes.

Join your doctors on a monthly walk to improve your health, learn about important health topics, and meet new friends interested in improving their health with you.

You'll get to spend time with your physicians, get to know them, and ask medical questions in an informal, relaxed, and fun way!

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Walk With a Doc events are FREE and open to all. We encourage you to bring your friends and family.

Events include free blood pressure screenings, free giveaways, and free refreshments sponsored by local shops.

Upcoming Walk With a Doc Events

8:00AM Saturday July 11 2015
deKoevend Park
Meet at Shelter C
Plenty of Free Parking Available
Topic: CAD and Stents Featuring Dr. Ira Dauber
Hosted by: Dr. Andrew M. Freeman MD
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8:00AM Saturday July 11 2015
Fairfax Park
6850 Fairfax Drive, Commerce City.
Meet in the North parking lot. Plenty of Free Parking Available.
Topic: TBD
Hosted by: Dr. Jason Heine, MD
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8:00AM Saturday July 18 2015
Johnson Reservoir (Clement Park)
Bowles Ave To W Long Dr.
Meet at shelter 5 east of the reservoir near Columbine Library
Topic: Ankle Sprains
Hosted by: Dr. Chris Bantock
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8:00AM Saturday July 25 2015
Rocky Mountain Lake Park
Meet at the Picnic Tables on 46th avenue near Irving
Plenty of free parking
Topic: Antibiotic Stewardship: Why the Doc says NO when you ask for an antibiotic
Hosted by: Dr. Grace Alfonsi
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Purpose of the Program
Cardiology Programs at National Jewish Health
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This event is organized by National Jewish Health cardiologist Andrew Freeman, MD.