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Being active provides many benefits like improved health, strength and stamina but from time to time you may encounter setbacks - including injury. Learn more about sports medicine and when seeing a sports medicine provider might be the right fit for you.
LMH Health is excited to announce its affiliation with Free State Family Medicine, formerly known as Lawrence Family Medicine & Obstetrics.
What started as a mound of dirt turned into a 30-year strategy—a state-of-the-art facility that has already served many patients from our community and beyond.
While COVID-19 infections are on the rise again, a percentage of people have skipped their second vaccine, going against the recommendations for full effectiveness.
Learn more about how tan skin means damaged skin and over time, damaged skin can inevitably lead to skin cancer.
For many women, finding out they’re pregnant is a moment filled with joy and anticipation. That joy can be replaced with worry and concern when learning that their pregnancy is high-risk. But what does that really mean?
LMH Health is excited to announce that it has been granted candidacy for a Sports Physical Therapy Residency by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education as an APTA-credentialed sports physical therapy residency. This candidacy makes LMH’s program one of only 58 such programs in the United States.
With the COVID-19 Delta variant becoming a concern for many people, especially our expecting mothers, Dr. Logan Kracht, with Lawrence OB-GYN Specialists, wants to assure the community that the COVID-19 vaccine is safe for soon-to-be moms.
When your arm is hurt or broken, the first thing you may do is call your doctor to see what could be wrong. So why don’t we do this when it comes to our pelvic health?
For media inquiries related to LMH Health contact:Amy Northrop, Director of CommunicationPhone: 785-505-2931Email: Amy.Northrop@lmh.org