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WakeMed Winter Weather Delays

You may be wondering if your doctor’s appointment or scheduled procedure will proceed in spite of the winter weather.  As of 9 pm on Tuesday, March 3, the following services and offices will have modified hours. We will continue to update this blog as additional closings or delays are announced. Thank you! Delayed Opening at 10 am […]

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Joint Pain is Not a Normal Part of Aging

Contrary to popular belief, joint pain is not a normal part of aging. If your joints hurt, arthritis may be the culprit. Arthritis is the inflammation of a joint, and it can affect any structure inside a joint including the lining, bones, cartilage and supporting tissues.  Someone with arthritis may experience pain, stiffness, swelling, joint […]

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An Athletic Trainer’s Olympic Dreams

Athletes are not the only ones with Olympic dreams.  For Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer Elizabeth Coleman, the Olympics are a perfect place to share her special talent too. It takes a lot of skill and dedication to help Olympic athletes deliver their peak performance.  Athletic trainers, physical therapists, massage therapists, chiropractors, doctors, dietitians, coaches […]

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WakeMed: Looking Out for Your Heart

Since WakeMed performed Wake County’s first open heart surgery in 1968, we’ve led the way in heart care. Today, WakeMed Heart Center is the area’s leader in cardiovascular care by partnering with our patients and families, physicians, clinicians and community resources to support heart health and well-being, while managing complex cardiovascular conditions, navigating ongoing care […]

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WakeMed Closings & Delays

You may be wondering if your doctor’s appointment or scheduled procedure will proceed in spite of the winter weather.  As of 9 am on Thursday, February 13, the following services, meetings and offices will have modified hours.  We will continue to update this blog as additional closings or delays are announced.  Thank you! Closed Thursday, […]

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Winter Falls & Wrist Injuries

Anyone can slip and fall at any time, but winter proves to be particularly tricky.  The snow and ice that the season often brings can lead to slippery conditions outside.  There are certain precautions you can take, but falls can always happen regardless of preventive efforts. What Does it Feel Like? If you catch yourself […]

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Thank You, Hayley Monsees!

We’d like to recognize Hayley Monsees, a student at Cary High School and member of Troop 1860, who earned the Girl Scout Gold Award by making scrapbooks for the parents of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) babies that can be used to track the infants’ growth.  She also compiled an idea book of keepsake crafts […]

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