Helpful resources and links for healthful living
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For further resources regarding chronic pain click on the links below.
Chronic Pain: What is it and what can you do about it? By Providence Health Care
- Low Back Pain– Dr. Mike Evans
- Best Advice for People Taking Opioid Medication– Dr. Mike Evans
- 23 and ½ hours– Dr. Mike Evans
- The Drug cabinet in the Brain– David Butler
- Understanding Pain: Brainman Chooses
- Why Things Hurt – TEDxAdelaide – Lorimer Moseley
Chronic pain education offered occasionally through the FHT. Please call 519-843-3947 ext. 130 for more information.
Crisis & Mental Health Services
HERE 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Services & Addictions – 1-844-437-3247
Introduction to Diabetes Webinar Diabetes: Back to Basics – In this webinar, Amy Waugh Certified Diabetes Educator, provides a great introduction to prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes for those recently diabetes or as a refresher for those why may have had diabetes for some time. Learn about the signs and symptoms, what is going on in your body that makes blood sugars higher than normal, how to make sense of your bloodwork results and how you can optimize your diet and lifestyle to improve your blood sugar levels and manage your long- term health.
Guelph & Wellington Women in Crisis – 519-836-5710
Guelph Police – 519-824-1212
Wellington County OPP – 1-888-310-1122
Pregnancy and Parenting
Teen and Young Adult Resources
September 28, 2020 By Niharika Kumar, EMR/IT Specialist As you may already know, the COVID-19 pandemic has made virtual care and digital health tools an indispensable component of our clinicians’ practice. So what is virtual care? By definition, virtual care is the practice ofFull Story >
September 03, 2020 by Cora Van Zutphen, UGFHT Clinical Pharmacist Returning to school after Summer vacation can be filled with mixed emotions. Throw a pandemic on top and it’s natural for these emotions to be heightened, especially for parents and caregivers of youth withFull Story >