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Join Middlesex Health at the Connecticut Golf Show!
The Connecticut Golf Show, sponsored by Middlesex Health, will be held March 24, March 25 and March 26 at the Connecticut Convention Center, 100 Columbus Boulevard in Hartford.
Protect Your Feet and Ankles
Golfing can take a toll on your feet and ankles, and Dr. Adebola Adeleke, a Middlesex Health orthopedic surgeon, says there are eight common foot and ankle injuries.
Hamlin’s very public medical emergency is fresh in everyone’s mind, but did you know that anyone can be at risk of going into sudden cardiac arrest? That includes golfers. In fact, PGA of America says that golf courses are the fifth most common place for sudden cardiac arrest.
Stay Calm and Focused Under Pressure
Even PGA pros face struggles with their mental health - both in their daily lives and as they make their way through 18 holes. Golf is a mental sport, and when you lose your cool, or your mind wanders, your game will likely suffer.
Tackling Winter Training
Cold weather in Connecticut signals the offseason for golfers. However, winter doesn’t mean that you should stop training.
Middlesex Health Now Offers Developmental Services for Children
Developmental disorders can impact anyone regardless of ethnicity or socioeconomic status. While pro golfer Billy Mayfair wasn’t diagnosed until after age 50, there are many children who are on the autism spectrum or have another developmental disability who need help and would benefit from earlier intervention, such as physical therapy or occupational therapy.
This is where Middlesex Health can help.
Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia, and it causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.
Experiencing Pain Due to Kidney Stones
You feel a sharp pain in your side and wonder if you injured yourself when swinging your golf club. The pain, however, persists, and you reluctantly make a doctor’s appointment. The diagnosis: kidney stones.
Addressing Long COVID
While we are still learning about long COVID, there are programs that can help address those health challenges, including Middlesex Health’s Post-COVID Rehabilitation Program.
What is Clostridium Difficile?
Earlier this year, PGA pro Jordan Spieth was sick — and not with COVID-19. He was cut from the Farmers Insurance Open, and a trip to the hospital revealed that he had clostridium difficile, often known as C. diff.