Please join us as we say “Thank You” for 30 years!
We would like to invite you to come celebrate with us at our 30th Anniversary Open House! We’ve got an exciting event planned to say “Thank you” to our clients for helping make our last 30 years a success.
30th Anniversary Open House
Saturday, October 31st, 2015
9am – 12pm
The Day’s Events Include:
Speaker Series Featuring Area Doctors
See details below. Pre-registration is requested, though not required. Call 603-643-7788 to register.
Explore the Various Services We Offer at Our Health Fair
Physical & Occupational Therapy, Health Coaching, Massage, Medically-Based Personal Training, Nutrition Counseling, Dry Needling
Enter to WIN Our Client Appreciation Giveaways
Win a Massage, Personal Training Package, Ski Tickets, and More!
Enjoy FREE Chair Massages
ONE-DAY ONLY DEALS
Great Deals on Personal Training and Massage Packages available for purchase ONLY during the event. Packages available will include:
8-Pack of Personal Training $499 (regularly $560)
6-Pack of 60 Minute Therapeutic Massage $360 (reg. $390)
3-Pack of 30 Minute Therapeutic Massage $90 (reg. $120)
Purchase as many packages as you wish!
Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest
Enjoy the creations made by our staff and vote for your favorite! This much loved annual contest is perfectly timed to coordinate with this year’s Open House!
Refreshments & Cake Cutting Ceremony
Speaker Series Details:
9 – 9:30am
Treating Hip & Knee Arthritis: From Pills to Prostheses
Presented by Marcus Coe, MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Join Dr. Coe to learn about the variety of treatments available for hip and knee arthritis, from pills to prostheses. Dr. Coe seeks to educate all of his patients about options for both non-operative and operative treatment to help patients determine the best course of care for them to achieve their goals.
Dr. Coe received his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine in 2006. He completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at DHMC (2006-2012) followed by a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at the University of British Columbia Affiliated Hospitals, Vancouver, BC, Canada (2012-2013). He joined the team at DHMC in 2013 where he also serves as an Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics at the Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth.
10 – 10:30am
The Power of Positive Thinking: Doc by Day, Coach by Night
Presented by Dan O’Rourke, MD
Cardiologist at DHMC & VA Medical Center, Girls Varsity Basketball Coach at Hanover High School
Positive thoughts have the power to impact your work, your health, and your life. Join Dr. O’Rourke as he shares his unique perspective on the power of positive thinking. A Cardiologist with a basketball coaching career that spans two decades, Dr. O’Rourke bears witness to the power of thoughts each day. Learn how to apply the power of positive thinking to your own life.
Dr. O’Rourke received his medical degree from SUNY at Syracuse Health Science Center in 1990. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh (1990-1993) followed by a fellowship in Cardiology at DHMC (1993-1996). He joined the team at DHMC in 1997 where he also serves as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth.
In addition to his medical career, Dr. O’Rourke has been coaching basketball for 21 years. He joined the Hanover High Athletics department as assistant Varsity Coach in 1995, and played an integral role in helping the Marauders claim their first ever state championship in 1997. He has been serving as head varsity coach since 2001, and has racked up an impressive record during that time including 7 state championship titles. Read more about Dr. O’Rourke’s coaching career on the HHS website.
11 – 11:30am
Treating Long-Term Back Pain: The Art and The Science
Presented by William Cioffredi, PT
Founder & Physical Therapist, Cioffredi & Associates
It’s well known that about 8 out of 10 people will experience a significant back problem in their lifetime. According to the American Physical Therapy Association approximately 25% of people in the US (at any given time) report having lower back pain in the last three months. The success in treatment often lies in a multi-faceted, customized approach. Come join Bill Cioffredi as we explore the various components that go into treating long term back pain.
Bill graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1979 with a degree in Physical Therapy. He has extensive experience in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation, with areas of special interest including the spine, ankle & foot disorders, headaches, TMJ dysfunction, and injuries related to the fine arts.
Bill played football growing up and through college where he played Division 1. It was his interest in biomechanics and physiology that led him into the PT profession. In 2012 Bill received his certification in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), which uses solid filament needles, like those used in acupuncture, to target trigger points deep within the muscle. TDN is an additional tool that Bill uses in his care, when appropriate, to help lengthen and loosen tight muscles.
PLEASE NOTE: Topics/time subject to change. We will keep this information up-to-date with the most current information available.