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Bad Axe Facility Progress | August 10, 2019

We continue to make progress at Bad Axe location! For the past few weeks, crews have been busy pouring concrete for the basement, excavating drainage ways and prepping the site for curb installation. For more, go to scheurer.org/BadAxe

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Cheeseburger in Caseville 5k Fun Run // 2019

Thank you to the 348 participants in this year's Cheeseburger 5k Fun Run -- the most fun race of them all! For complete race results, click here.

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Huron Community Fair 2019

We have had the pleasure of being a day sponsor at the Huron Community Fair for a number of years -- this year was no exception. Thank you to all who came out and supported such a great event for the entire week and to the volunteers and board members who work year-round to make the Fair possible. Here's a small video recap of the week!

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Sunset Classic 5k | 2019

Over 100 people participated in this year's Sunset Classic 5k on July 18, 2019. Record temperatures set the tempo for the night with record times, five kilometers later! For a list of completed times and results, click here.

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Bad Axe Facility Progress | July 25, 2019

All of the site prepwork has been completed, underground drains have been installed and now onto the basement and foundation!

Follow along with us we build a state-of-the-art facility in the Bad Axe!

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Meet the Provider | Natalya Salowich, DPM

Natalya Salowich, DPM was born and raised in Kingsley, Michigan -- about a half of an hour south of Traverse City. Her rural upbringing makes her feel right at home and can't wait to provide Podiatry services to the entire Thumb area. She, her husband and 6-month old son are ecstatic to be settling in and look forward to meeting you. So far, she has been overwhelmed by the friendliness and welcoming characteristics that make Scheurer Health such a special place to work and utilize. Learn more about Dr. Salowich by watching her video below!

Spark In the Park 2019

Kickstart your summer with a fun and free afternoon from your friends at Scheurer! Back for a third year, we are hosting Spark in the Park for everyone from one-month-old to 100. It takes place Friday, May 31, 2019 from 3-7pm at the Pigeon Recreation Park and we will be offering free massages, blood pressure screenings, fitness activities paraffin wax hand dips, first aid kits, healthy snacks, a light dinner and a huge grand prize drawing at the very end. The best part is that the entire event is free and all are welcome!

3D Mammography at Scheurer

“See your health in three-dimensions” – that’s the new mantra of our Digital Breast Mammography + Tomosynthesis service line, or commonly referred to as “3D Mammography.” Much like anything in life, the ability to see things from multiple angles allows for a better understanding of any situation, place and scenario; the same can be said about Breast Imaging. Over the years, many improvements have been made for the detection of cancer. Making the switch from Analog to Digital Mammography was a huge technological advancement. Now, with better resolution and the addition of Tomosynthesis (making it 3D), the ability to catch cancers at an early stage has never been better. The science behind 3D Mammography allows the screening exam to capture additional images from more than just the top and side, as previous 2D mammograms allowed. Having a final image in greater detail allows the Radiologist to determine a more accurate and precise diagnosis.

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How to be the WORST gym member ever

With New Year's Resolutions in full-swing, learn what NOT to do while at a gym. Sandy Shores Wellness Center is open seven days a week with fitness, exercise, weight-lifting, pool, sauna, hot tub and group classes available. Learn more by clicking here.

Senior Living's Winter Stay a "Win-Win" at Scheurer

“I’m five foot, eighteen inches tall.” That may be the best way to describe the head-above-the-rest enthusiasm of Joe Burzynski. With the charisma and energy of someone born decades later, Joe makes living at 91-years-old look easy. Retiring after 37 years in the telephone business, Joe and his wife, Eleanor moved to Caseville full-time to enjoy the natural beauty of the Thumb. Joe grew up on east side of Detroit but always remembered the landscape while camping at Sleeper and Port Crescent State Parks, which drew him back to the area after retirement.