Bringing Balance Back to Your Mind and Body

Bringing Balance Back to Your Mind and Body

This year has challenged all of us. It’s also given us a newfound opportunity to reflect on ourselves and our lives. Perhaps now more than ever, it’s all about balance—balancing the good with the bad, the mental with the physical and the stress with the peace of mind.

“Everyone wants to be healthy and happy,” said Courtney Erickson-Adams, MD, a board-certified family medicine physician who specializes in sports medicine and lifestyle medicine at Holland Hospital Family Medicine – South Washington, “and while focusing on a healthy lifestyle by exercising and eating right is important for your body, balanced living also takes your mental and emotional health into account.”

Between managing our jobs, family, relationships, mental health, and much more, learning how to keep everything in balance can make all the difference. To help men and women better nurture their bodies and minds, Holland Hospital is hosting two free virtual events:

2021 Men's & Women's Health Virtual Events
Brain & Body Balance

Wed, Oct 20, 2021

Men’s Health Video Premiere: Wed, Oct 20 at 11 AM

Seven health experts will speak about key issues that impact men’s health, from mental fitness and sports preparation to nutrition, screenings, testosterone and overall physical wellness.

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Women’s Health Video Premiere: Wed, Oct 20 at 1 PM

From stressful work weeks to packed weekends to taking care of children and aging parents—properly balancing your mind-body connection is critical to performance. Our five expert providers will elaborate on ways to nurture your brain and body balance and remove the unnecessary clutter in your daily life to help you renew you.

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Register Today

Both the Women’s and Men’s Virtual Events are available to watch on Facebook, YouTube and

See the full list of presenters and topics on our event page. For event updates and special prize drawings, register now.

  • Courtney Erickson-Adams, MD

    Courtney Erickson-Adams, MD

    Courtney Erickson-Adams, MD is a board-certified family medicine, sports medicine and lifestyle medicine physician at Holland Hospital Family Medicine - South Washington. She works closely with Holland Hospital high school athletic trainers as their medical director, ensuring the safety and health of area athletes. She believes in the principles of Lifestyle Medicine which prioritizes preventing and treating (and even reversing) disease with the food you eat, how you sleep, how you move your body and how you manage stress. Dr. Erickson-Adams' goal is to help you avoid or reduce medications whenever possible and help you to lead your happiest and healthiest life! For an appointment call (616) 392-8035 or Courtney Erickson-Adams, MD

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