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Walk with a Doc: Weight Loss Surgery and Medical Care for Weight Loss

Date:
10/06/2012
Time:
10am
Location:

Owen Conservation Park, 6021 Old Sauk Road, Madison, WI

Registration:

No registration required. Attendees should meet in the parking lot at the corner of John Nolen Drive and Olin Ave.

For more information:

Walk with a Doc is a free program for anyone interested in taking steps for their health by enjoying a refreshing, rejuvenating walk in the park.

 

Hosted by Madison Parks, the organized walks will start in a Madison Park and will be led by a local doctor. The walks will be held at all times of the day: morning, afternoon, evening; weekday/weekends.

 

The physicians, specialists and healthcare professionals will provide:

  • A 5 minute talk at the beginning of the event about a health topic of their choice
  • Lead the walk and answer questions from participants

Each walk will be approximately 30-45 minutes. People of all ages and abilities are invited to participate. Attendees are encouraged to bring family members, friends, and neighbors to this great event.

 

October 6: Walk with a Doc - Weight Loss Surgery and Medical Care for Weight Loss

 

Join Jacob A. Greenberg, MD, EdM, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Assistant Professor of Surgery, Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery for an invigorating walk in Owen Park. Dr. Greenberg will provide walk participates with information on his specialty of weight loss surgery and medical care for weight loss.

 

Hosted by the Madison Parks Chapter of Walk with a Doc.

 

About Walk with a Doc

 

Walk with a Doc was founded in 2005 by Columbus, Ohio cardiologist David Sabgir, as a way to encourage healthy physical activity, with the goals of reversing the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle and improving the health and well-being of our country. The Walk with a Doc program now has chapters in 19 states. The Madison Parks chapter is the first in Wisconsin.