Concussion Screenings, Kid's Yoga, Artist in Residence
Learn about new advances in concussion screenings, discover a way for kids to get involved in yoga and hear about St. Luke's new Artist in Residence program aimed at providing therapy to those undergoing chemotherapy.
Episode 2 Segments
At St. Luke's University Health Network, a student athlete suffers head trauma, find out why it is important to see a doctor for a proper diagnosis. Concussion symptoms can vary greatly depending on the area of the brain effected and receiving the appropriate care, cognitively as well as physically, is essential.
Yoga can help build coordination, strength, and flexibility! It offers the same benefits to children, and can also teach them to use breathing as a tool to self soothe and can raise their self-awareness in today’s “pluged-in” world.
Artist in Residence
Discover the healing and nurturing powers of art as The PEAK explores St. Luke’s Artist in Residence program. St. Luke’s Cancer Center has teamed with ArtsQuest to offer individual and small group art therapy with patients receiving chemotherapy and other infusion services at St. Luke’s Cancer Centers.
Episode 1 - Originally Aired: 1/13/2013
Capital Blue Store, Zumba, Gift of Music
Explore healthcare options at a brand new store, dance your way to better fitness and discover how music benefits children.
Zumba is a Latin-based fitness program that incorporates international rhythms into an exercise party! With the chance to burn 800-1000 calories in just one class - give it a try and GET DANCING!
Gift of Music
Music can be inspirational, teaches teamwork, following directions, setting goals, and benefits the students academically and socially. See how the Gift of Music offers students, who are not otherwise financially able, a donated instrument allowing them to take part in musical instruction.