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Did you know May is Women’s Health Month? This month serves as a reminder that healthcare is an essential form of self-care, and that your healthcare team here at Horizon Family Medical Group stands ready to help you take a proactive approach to your health and wellness.

Preventative care is a cornerstone of women’s health, and it starts with regular check-ups and screenings. Mammograms, blood work, and annual exams play a crucial role in early detection and prevention of various health issues.

Sometimes our busy schedules, fear, and misconceptions can prevent us from prioritizing these essential tests.

That’s where a supportive and knowledgeable care team comes in.

Because we’re all unique, we deserve a healthcare experience that is also unique, compassionate, empowering, and personalized. At Horizon, we strive to build trust and encourage women to take an active role in their health. Listening attentively to concerns, addressing questions, and providing education on the importance of screenings and check-ups are all vital aspects of a patient-centered approach.

Women’s health extends beyond physical well-being. Mental and emotional health also play significant roles in overall wellness. Our care teams incorporate mental health screenings and discussions as part of routine appointments. By recognizing the interplay between mind and body, our healthcare professionals can provide holistic care that promotes optimal well-being.

We help women navigate lifestyle changes and provide guidance on nutrition, exercise, and stress management. By emphasizing the importance of self-care practices, such as regular physical activity, healthy eating, and adequate rest, your Horizon care team can empower you to take charge of your overall well-being.

Help us spread the word about the importance of Women’s Health Month and encourage the women in your life to put their health first. By staying up-to-date on mammograms, blood work, and annual exams, women can take proactive steps towards prevention and early detection.