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Mental health issues in athletes may not be as obvious as an ACL tear, but they are just as important to treat. Chris Alphennar, with Behavioral Health Services, talks about the pressures athletes face and the importance for teams/coaches to create a culture that invites discussion and reduces the stigma. Athletes encounter physical and mental challenges. Mental health is just as critical to stay healthy as a physical injury. Chris Alphennar, LPC, CADDC, shares the importance of mental health and athletes. Watch to learn more.

Feeling your best creates confidence, and age or trauma can affect how we look and feel. Dr. Nathan Salinas explains different lifestyle modifications as well as surgical and non-surgical treatments to looking your best. Learn more about Facial Cosmetic Services or Facial Plastic Surgery by calling (616) 395-2889.  

Hormones, nutrition, and improving intimacy can increase the value of a relationship. This topic can be a difficult conversation to have. Dr. Barb DePree talks about the direct health benefits of intimacy in relationships and the importance of addressing concerns with your provider and partner. Learn more about Vaginal Treatment Technology or call (616) 748-5785 to schedule an appointment.

The demand for mental health treatment continues to rise, both nationally and here at home in West Michigan. To help address this community need, Holland Hospital Behavioral Health Services offers access to its Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). Listen to Beth Wilmot, PHP Supervising Clinical Coordinator, as she shares information on Holland Hospital's Partial Hospitalization Program.

Do you suffer from joint pain due to arthritis? Katy Kinderman, Joint Replacement Nurse Navigator, shares the latest surgical and non-surgical treatment options to manage arthritis pain. Watch to learn more or visit

Cheryl Kaletka severely fractured her ankle from a tragic fall. Dr. John Khoury, Shoreline Orthopaedics, and Holland Hospital Physical Therapy were able to repair and strengthen Cheryl's ankle in eight weeks. Today, Cheryl Kaletka is back taking care of her family, Fellinlove Farm and it's guests.