Occupational Therapist Sabine Kaul-Connolly discusses a common neurological issue, cognitive decline. Cognition is our ability to perceive, think, reason and remember. As we age, those abilities begin to slow down. Learn what signs to look for, and what to do about it.
Cognitive Decline in Older Adults
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapist Sabine Kaul-Connolly talks about the many conditions that can benefit from occupational therapy, including hand injuries and neurological issues.
What to Expect During a Colonoscopy
Dr. Tony Butruille explains what a colonoscopy is, who needs them, how often and how to prepare for the procedure.
Emergency Department Medical Director Emily Johnston points out the environmental factors that lead to sledding injuries.
Speech Therapist Tracy Hutchins explains what happens during a stroke, and what to do if you suspect one is happening. Liam Robinson discusses his experience recovering from a stroke.
Heart disease is responsible for about 25 percent of all deaths, but most of the risk factors are controllable. Registered Nurse and Case Manager Christiane Brown discusses prevention and what to do if heart disease runs in the family.
Need Help Shopping for Insurance?
Cascade Medical is offering a new Insurance Navigator program to give Upper Valley residents free, in-person help as they search for plans on the Washington Health Benefit Exchange. Jerri Smith, Director of Business Services, and Insurance Navigator Richard Vazquez discuss the details.
What to Expect During a Mammogram
Lead Mammographer Holly Blue explains what happens during a mammogram, and why it's an important procedure.
What is Lung Cancer Screening?
Radiology Director Scott Mitchell discusses what happens during a low-dose CT scan, and who is eligible for this important test.
Physical Therapist Joe Aponik explains what a concussion is, signs of a concussion, and how to decrease the risk.