January Walk to Wellness at Westfarms

Men's Health: Walk to Wellness
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Monday, Jan. 8
8:30 am to 9:30 am
Westfarms mall

Men’s Health 101

Men and those who love them started the new year right at Men’s Health 101 as part of the Walk to Wellness program at Westfarms mall.

Dr. Jared Bieniek, medical director of Hartford HealthCare Tallwood Men’s Health discussed issues related to men’s health such as urinary problems, infertility and prostate as well as the new Tallwood Men’s Health center and services offered there.

Tallwood Men’s Health offers male patients convenient access to specialists in urology, cardiology, behavioral health, bariatrics and medical weight loss. Care is coordinated by a nurse navigator.

The event was held at the Hartford HealthCare Wellness at Westfarms Rest and Relaxation Lounge.

 

Dr. Jared Bieniek, medical director of Hartford HealthCare Tallwood Kidney & Urology Institute Men’s Health speaks to attendees of the January Walk to Wellness event at Westfarms Jan. 8.

 

 

 


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