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Trigger Finger/Thumb

By Occupational Therapist Ann Morley, OT Stenosing Tenosynovitis, commonly known as trigger finger/thumb, involves the pulleys and tendons in the hand that bend the fingers. It most frequently occurs in middle age or older women. Each finger and thumb have flexor tendons that work like long ropes going from the muscles of the forearm and [read more]

5 Secrets to Aging Well

Aging, growing old, getting up there, past your prime; however you say it, it’s going to happen to all of us. It can be difficult too, and scary. Especially if you’re faced with aging alone or with limited assistance. Many people even have special needs as they grow older. The basics, however, remain the same. [read more]

3120 Employee Challenge

At Southwest Health, we’re creating a healthier southwest Wisconsin. We’re investing in wellness and in our communities, and for us that starts with the community of folks closest to us everyday — our own employees. Why? Because it’s the right thing to do. And because our Journey to Excellence requires every one of us to [read more]