Join Kylee Eagles for a series of Virtual Conversations
According to the American Heart Association: “Walking is one of the simplest ways to get active and stay active. With each step you take, you travel further down the path to a healthier lifestyle. Research has shown that walking can have a significant impact on your health.”
Kylee Eagles, DO specializes in musculoskeletal medicine at South Shore Medical Center in Norwell. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and expertise about the benefits of daily exercise, healthy food choices, and stress management.
Join Dr. Eagles as she walks and talks about common health concerns and make the first step to a healthier you!
Each session will be offered virtually, so participants will need a device and access to the internet. If you’re comfortable with the technology, walk around your neighborhood with Dr. Eagles in real-time, or commit to taking a walk later to stay focused on the conversation.
See below for weekly topics. All sessions take place on Saturday at 9 AM:
- October 17, 2020 - Exercise is Medicine
- October 24, 2020 - You are what you Eat
- October 31, 2020 - Breathe away Stress
- November 7, 2020 - Benefits of Sleep and a Positive Attitude
Join us for as many sessions as you like, each is free!
The day before the seminar, you will get an email with a link to sign in. New to Zoom? Check out this helpful tutorial to learn how easy it is...
By registering and participating in the “Walk & Talk with a Doc” program hosted by Dr. Eagles (the “Program”), I take full responsibility for my medical and physical well-being and will not hold South Shore Health or its affiliates legally or financially responsible for any medical conditions and/or accidents that may arise out of the Program. I further understand that the Program is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Do not disregard or delay seeking professional medical advice as a result of information provided during the Program.