Ladies invited to free ‘Pain, Pain Go Away’ aspiring women event in Calumet
CALUMET — If you’re one of the millions of Americans who live with persistent pain, you know some days can be challenging. That’s why Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital & Clinics is hosting Pain, Pain Go Away, another fun and informative free Aspiring Women event.
Aspirus health experts will talk about innovative and traditional strategies designed to help you and your loved ones work toward a life that is increasingly engaged, active and fulfilling. Presenters include Kirk Klemme, MD; Derek Bustos, PT, DPT, MTC; Lydia Lytle, PT, DPT; Robin Meneguzzo, FNP-C; and Sarah Cheney, MSW.
Pain, Pain go away will take place Monday, October 28, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Siskiwit Reception Hall and Conference Center, located at 26070 Pine Street in Calumet. Advance registration is required to attend this free event. Space is limited to 150 participants.
“This is a great opportunity to meet our team that’s dedicated to working with you and your loved ones who suffer from persistent pain,” said Jenn Jenich-Laplander, Aspirus Regional Communications and Engagement Lead.
Ladies will enjoy tasty appetizers, a complimentary cocktail, an Aspiring Women gift, and fun raffles. The event is FREE but registration is required to attend. Reserve your spot by calling 906-337-6541.
The Aspiring Women program is designed to inspire health and wellness through educational and entertaining events for women. Membership is free and includes invitations to events and free e-newsletters. To join, or for more information, visit https://aspirus.shghealth.com/