As the warmer weather approaches, more people seek opportunities to enjoy the plethora of outdoor activities we have access to in Douglas County. No matter what outdoor activity you enjoy, be sure to take some precautions to prevent injuries to your feet and ankles.
Students in Douglas County elementary through high school grades have produced art that has a prevention message, and organizers of the Prevention and Education Program at Adapt in Roseburg were amazed at some of the creations that the kids came up with.
Have you noticed that the growing hours of daylight each day motivate you to get out of bed or out of your chair to head outside, breathe in the fresh air, and enjoy the sights and sounds of spring?
Connect The Dots, is a pediatric therapy clinic based in Eugene, that opened a clinic last year in Roseburg, and Natalie Cunningham, the marketing and program director appeared on CHI Mercy Health’s Talking Health radio program on News Radio 1240 KQEN to talk about some of the services that …