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February 2016

Snoring Too Much? Learn About Your Options

By Events & News

Snoring is a very common issue in adults, caused by vibrating tissue in the upper airway. In many cases snoring is harmless, but it can also be a sign of other health concerns, such as obesity or Obstructive Sleep Apnea.  If snoring is a problem for you, consider consulting your medical or dental provider.  There are many available treatments and therapies including surgical and non-surgical options.  Read more about snoring here:

Two of Our Own Surgeons Have Been Selected for Becker’s 164 Industry Leading Physicians to Know

By Events & News

Steamboat Surgery Center honors both Richard Fox, MD and Donald J. Keller, MD for their selection to Becker’s ASC Review’s 164 Industry Leading Physicians to Know. Dr. Fox serves as a resident general surgeon, specializing in vascular and thoracic procedures.  Dr. Keller serves as a resident ophthalmologist, specializing in cataract, glaucoma, strabismus, Lasik, and cornea surgery.  Congratulations Dr. Fox and Dr. Keller!  Visit the article here:

Don’t Sit Still! Get Moving for National Girls and Women in Sports Day

By Events & News

The Women’s Sport Report has indicated that the number of employees doing sedentary work is at 90% and still growing! In honor of National Girls and Women in Sports Day we encourage you to combat the negative impacts to health by getting active.  Click the link below for simple, healthy tips to stay active at the workplace: