• Cape Coral Wellness Center

    Member Appreciation day for "going green" efforts to promote our optimal healing environment. Our focus is on health, wellness & wellbeing.

    published: 26 Mar 2014
  • AHA Center A Wellness Studio Cape Coral FL

    http://www.aha-centers.com/ A "Wellness Studio" offering Hypnosis, Massage and more. Here at the Aha Center we have a variety of modalities including Reiki, Massage, Hypnosis, and Coaching.

    published: 25 Feb 2013
  • Dr. Mel Youngs Chiropractor & Wellness Center in Cape Coral, Florida

    Dr. Mel Youngs Chiropractor & Wellness Center in Cape Coral, Florida

    published: 20 Jan 2012
  • Cape Coral Fitness Center | Call Matlacha Wellness Center!

    Looking for a Cape Coral Fitness Center? Look no further! Located in beautiful Matlacha, Florida, the Matlacha Wellness Center features a private gym, massage room, yoga studio, and several all-purpose health and wellness spaces. Plus the best view of any gym in Southwest Florida! Call (239) 558-4146 for more information.

    published: 14 Jul 2016
  • Thrive Yoga and Wellness Cape Coral

    Badgers Business Solutions would like to welcome Thrive Yoga and Wellness to the Chamber of Commerce Cape Coral.

    published: 13 Jun 2017
  • AHA! Center A Wellness Studio Cape Coral

    published: 13 Nov 2012
  • Holistic Wellness Cape Coral FL

    Holistic Wellness Cape Coral FL 800-553-5619 Holistic Wellness in Cape Coral FL http://www.time2changeinnercircle.com/how-to-improve-your-memory/

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • Cape Coral Personal Trainer | Call (239) 558-4146!

    Contact Cape Coral Personal Trainer Tim Shevlin at (239) 558-4146 or visit www.matlacha-wellness.com. The Matlacha Wellness Center offers a wide range of health and wellness programs for all ages.

    published: 14 Jul 2016
  • Working your way to Better Health

    It may be an exaggeration to say your work is killing you, but it could be contributing to your overall health. As more Americans spend their days behind a desk they're becoming more sedentary. "I'd say 95% of my clients sit behind a desk all day," says Heather Parker, an exercise specialist with Lee Memorial Health System. Heather is a fitness instructor at the Wellness Center of Cape Coral. She coaches people on how to stay active even if they're not going anywhere. "Some things you can do are simple chair exercises. Just standing up and sitting down slowly and doing that about 10 or 12 times just to get your heart rate going a little bit." Office workers used to multi-tasking can add a few things to get their blood pumping. "You can lift your legs up and squeeze your qu...

    published: 27 Feb 2012
  • More People are Walking

    Good news on the fitness front: more people are walking for their health. Experts see this as a real improvement, especially in the elderly who might find it difficult to exercise. Mary Ann Smith is almost unstoppable when it comes to her daily walk. "I try to walk every morning after breakfast. I go three times around our building, which, they say, is about a mile," says Smith. She is hardly alone. More adults are taking steps to walk regularly. In 2010, 65 percent of Americans say they walked for fitness at least once in the previous week. It adds up to a 145 million people, up from 15 million in 2005. "It's definitely important to move and use those muscles because at any age you can have benefits from a little exercise," says Lee Memorial Health System certified fitness instr...

    published: 29 Aug 2012
  • Exercising Your Brain

    We all know it’s important to work out but health experts say people often forget to exercise one of the most important parts of the body---the brain. A new class at Cape Coral’s Wellness Center, called brain fit, is focused on exercising both body and mind. “A lot of research has shown that exercise has improved memory function; and, with the aging process, memory is decreasing over time, so this class is focusing on that” said Emily Withington, an instructor with Lee Memorial Health System’s Wellness Center. The participants are expected to answer questions while completing their physical exercises. For example, while you’re moving, you’re also spelling words, then spelling them backwards. Shelley Siriano said it was more challenging than she expected. “There were many times I would...

    published: 24 May 2016
  • Waking up Right

    If caffeine doesn’t jump start your day, health experts have another idea to keep you going throughout the day. Exercise specialist at the Wellness Center in Cape Coral, Tonya Blewett, says full body stretching and breathing techniques can help wake and energize the mind and body. “A good thing to actually start your day with is actually moving into some stretching. Throughout the night our body accumulates some tension so in the morning before you start your day, to be able to release that tension in the body with just some really simple, gentle yoga poses in coordination with your breath. It will start your day in a more relaxed way.” Each morning set aside 15 minutes for stretching and five minutes of deep breathing. Both techniques will help keep your mind focused throughout the day...

    published: 13 Apr 2017
  • Summer Sport Safety

    The lazy days of summer are just around the corner, but health experts say too much down time isn’t beneficial for kids. Justin Klein, manager of the Lee Health Wellness Centers, says keeping kids in an active routine can become difficult during summer vacation when kids often have no routine at all. “Just to stay active and get out is going to be a lot more beneficial than sitting around playing video games.” Inactivity during the summer can also lead to sport related injuries later on. “After about 14 days, you start to see a steep decline in aerobic fitness levels so the biggest thing you want to do is keep that going. A body at rest stays at rest,” said Klein. The Wellness Center in Cape Coral is offering sport specific training to no specific sport this summer in hopes of keeping...

    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • Exercise Pushes Your Happiness Button

    Here's one more reason to crank up an exercise routine. Experts are finding a good workout does wonders for your mood and helps release 'happy' hormones. "Sit up nice and tall, chin up, good..." Retiree Doug Zell traded in his work place for a work out place. The gym is his safe haven and all-natural stress reliever. "Once you come over here and start sweating, you forget about everything," says Zell. Studies show Americans are more stressed out than ever before. Instead of relying on medicinal mood enhancers, people might want to think twice about a good, sweaty workout. It's no secret that exercise helps you drop pounds and increase muscle, but new research suggests you can work your way to happiness. "Definitely. Whenever you are stressed out, you can exercise and it will releas...

    published: 12 Jul 2012
  • Waltzing Your Way to Better Health

    To Bill Wolter, dance is the rhythm of life. “People come to this for different reasons, whether it’s date night just for a couple or just to do exercise.” He teaches the finer points of ballroom at the Wellness Center of Cape Coral. What many of his students don’t realize is that with each twirl and dip, they are building a better foundation. “It starts with posture. And the one thing they teach in dancing is good posture. To be able to move, to be able to partner up with your dance partner, that’s where it starts,” explains Lee Memorial Health System physical therapist Nathalie Grondin. Taking it a step further, ballroom boosts strength and stamina. “You can build the strength definitely, because the movements in dancing are very particular. It’s not like normal walking. It involves...

    published: 26 Apr 2015
  • Controlling Your Weight

    For years, Bruce Schreiber struggled with his weight. When every diet failed, he decided to see a dietitian at the Wellness Center in Cape Coral. “I was stuck more than anything else. I’ve done it all” said Bruce. “I’ve done all kinds of diets and plans and different exercises.” Julie Hill, a registered dietitian with Lee Memorial Health System, says it’s all about finding a balance between what you eat and how you exercise. She suggested Bruce keep a food journal. “When you’re writing things down, you’re accountable to yourself” she said. “This isn’t about a diet. The journal helps to establish a lifestyle trend as opposed to just a diet.” Bruce was also given an exercise plan. Each week he and Hill would review his meals, weight, blood pressure, and discuss any challenges he was fa...

    published: 23 May 2016
Cape Coral Wellness Center

Cape Coral Wellness Center

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Member Appreciation day for "going green" efforts to promote our optimal healing environment. Our focus is on health, wellness & wellbeing.
https://wn.com/Cape_Coral_Wellness_Center
AHA Center A Wellness Studio Cape Coral FL

AHA Center A Wellness Studio Cape Coral FL

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http://www.aha-centers.com/ A "Wellness Studio" offering Hypnosis, Massage and more. Here at the Aha Center we have a variety of modalities including Reiki, Massage, Hypnosis, and Coaching.
https://wn.com/Aha_Center_A_Wellness_Studio_Cape_Coral_Fl
Dr. Mel Youngs Chiropractor & Wellness Center in Cape Coral, Florida

Dr. Mel Youngs Chiropractor & Wellness Center in Cape Coral, Florida

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  • Updated: 20 Jan 2012
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Cape Coral Fitness Center | Call Matlacha Wellness Center!

Cape Coral Fitness Center | Call Matlacha Wellness Center!

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Looking for a Cape Coral Fitness Center? Look no further! Located in beautiful Matlacha, Florida, the Matlacha Wellness Center features a private gym, massage room, yoga studio, and several all-purpose health and wellness spaces. Plus the best view of any gym in Southwest Florida! Call (239) 558-4146 for more information.
https://wn.com/Cape_Coral_Fitness_Center_|_Call_Matlacha_Wellness_Center
Thrive Yoga and Wellness Cape Coral

Thrive Yoga and Wellness Cape Coral

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Badgers Business Solutions would like to welcome Thrive Yoga and Wellness to the Chamber of Commerce Cape Coral.
https://wn.com/Thrive_Yoga_And_Wellness_Cape_Coral
AHA! Center   A Wellness Studio   Cape Coral

AHA! Center A Wellness Studio Cape Coral

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Holistic Wellness Cape Coral FL

Holistic Wellness Cape Coral FL

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Holistic Wellness Cape Coral FL 800-553-5619 Holistic Wellness in Cape Coral FL http://www.time2changeinnercircle.com/how-to-improve-your-memory/
https://wn.com/Holistic_Wellness_Cape_Coral_Fl
Cape Coral Personal Trainer | Call (239) 558-4146!

Cape Coral Personal Trainer | Call (239) 558-4146!

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Contact Cape Coral Personal Trainer Tim Shevlin at (239) 558-4146 or visit www.matlacha-wellness.com. The Matlacha Wellness Center offers a wide range of health and wellness programs for all ages.
https://wn.com/Cape_Coral_Personal_Trainer_|_Call_(239)_558_4146
Working your way to Better Health

Working your way to Better Health

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  • Updated: 27 Feb 2012
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It may be an exaggeration to say your work is killing you, but it could be contributing to your overall health. As more Americans spend their days behind a desk they're becoming more sedentary. "I'd say 95% of my clients sit behind a desk all day," says Heather Parker, an exercise specialist with Lee Memorial Health System. Heather is a fitness instructor at the Wellness Center of Cape Coral. She coaches people on how to stay active even if they're not going anywhere. "Some things you can do are simple chair exercises. Just standing up and sitting down slowly and doing that about 10 or 12 times just to get your heart rate going a little bit." Office workers used to multi-tasking can add a few things to get their blood pumping. "You can lift your legs up and squeeze your quads and then push, point and flex your foot," says Parker. An added dimension is tossing out the 'sitting behind a desk' notion altogether and moving up to a standing workplace. "I'm on the computer all day long, spread sheets, setting up meetings. Then I realized that I was sitting too much and my back and my hips started to really bother me and my neck," says Marianne Asaro, an administrative worker. Marianne wasn't going to take it sitting down. Along with a growing number of Americans she graduated to a higher workspace. "Your posture is more in the normal alignment as opposed to sitting down, most people don't slouch as much when they stand up as they do when they sit down so that is really good for your bones," says Dr. Sal Lacagnina, Vice President of Health and Wellness for Lee Memorial Health System. Changing a few habits could change your overall perspective and keep you healthier and more productive. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
https://wn.com/Working_Your_Way_To_Better_Health
More People are Walking

More People are Walking

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Good news on the fitness front: more people are walking for their health. Experts see this as a real improvement, especially in the elderly who might find it difficult to exercise. Mary Ann Smith is almost unstoppable when it comes to her daily walk. "I try to walk every morning after breakfast. I go three times around our building, which, they say, is about a mile," says Smith. She is hardly alone. More adults are taking steps to walk regularly. In 2010, 65 percent of Americans say they walked for fitness at least once in the previous week. It adds up to a 145 million people, up from 15 million in 2005. "It's definitely important to move and use those muscles because at any age you can have benefits from a little exercise," says Lee Memorial Health System certified fitness instructor Heather Parker. Heather Parker is a fitness instructor at the Wellness Center of Cape Coral. Many of her clients are up in years, and use walking as a stepping-stone to fitness. "We have people that come here in their 80s and they exercise for three hours a day," says Parker. Walking may be a wonder drug. It's one of the simplest forms of exercise and the most beneficial. Experts believe it helps your heart, circulation, bone strength, coordination, even your brain. "Anybody can experience these types of benefits," says Parker. Parker stresses starting slow, say 15 minutes, and build from there. "You might be really tired after that. And then once your fitness level improves, you'll feel better and more energized longer," says Parker. The government's physical activity guidelines recommend 2-1/2 hours per week for a moderate pace. Smith is walking proof of the health rewards. "I think it must've helped because here I am, 95 years old," says Smith. Proving it's not speed but dedication that wins this race. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Exercising Your Brain

Exercising Your Brain

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We all know it’s important to work out but health experts say people often forget to exercise one of the most important parts of the body---the brain. A new class at Cape Coral’s Wellness Center, called brain fit, is focused on exercising both body and mind. “A lot of research has shown that exercise has improved memory function; and, with the aging process, memory is decreasing over time, so this class is focusing on that” said Emily Withington, an instructor with Lee Memorial Health System’s Wellness Center. The participants are expected to answer questions while completing their physical exercises. For example, while you’re moving, you’re also spelling words, then spelling them backwards. Shelley Siriano said it was more challenging than she expected. “There were many times I would find myself standing still and everyone around was moving. I found it interesting because I hadn’t really given this type of thinking process much thought in many years, and you notice as you get older things change, so I thought I’ll see what this is all about.” The eight week class is designed to work your left and right brain at the same time, while challenging your short and long term memory. “Everyone improved in every aspect” said Withington. “They were able to answer more questions correctly, and just answer more questions.” View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
https://wn.com/Exercising_Your_Brain
Waking up Right

Waking up Right

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If caffeine doesn’t jump start your day, health experts have another idea to keep you going throughout the day. Exercise specialist at the Wellness Center in Cape Coral, Tonya Blewett, says full body stretching and breathing techniques can help wake and energize the mind and body. “A good thing to actually start your day with is actually moving into some stretching. Throughout the night our body accumulates some tension so in the morning before you start your day, to be able to release that tension in the body with just some really simple, gentle yoga poses in coordination with your breath. It will start your day in a more relaxed way.” Each morning set aside 15 minutes for stretching and five minutes of deep breathing. Both techniques will help keep your mind focused throughout the day. “As far as exercises to get right out of bed, just simple back bends, forward bends, in all coordination with your breath which is most important,” said Blewett. Starting each day off stretched, calm, and focused can benefit your overall health. “They say 80 percent of doctor’s visits are stress related and a lot of times we don’t even know that we have this tension in our body throughout the day, and it accumulates and it becomes chronic over time. That’s when we end up with disease and illness. So if you start your day by releasing that tension,” said Blewett. Just a few minutes in the morning can help best prepare you for the day ahead. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
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Summer Sport Safety

Summer Sport Safety

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The lazy days of summer are just around the corner, but health experts say too much down time isn’t beneficial for kids. Justin Klein, manager of the Lee Health Wellness Centers, says keeping kids in an active routine can become difficult during summer vacation when kids often have no routine at all. “Just to stay active and get out is going to be a lot more beneficial than sitting around playing video games.” Inactivity during the summer can also lead to sport related injuries later on. “After about 14 days, you start to see a steep decline in aerobic fitness levels so the biggest thing you want to do is keep that going. A body at rest stays at rest,” said Klein. The Wellness Center in Cape Coral is offering sport specific training to no specific sport this summer in hopes of keeping young athletes and non-athletes focused on building muscles, improving coordination, and strengthening speed and agility. “There are a lot of movements through each sport that are the same through multiple different seasons,” said Klein. The goal is to keep kids active while teaching them sport safety. “When they’re going to practices we want to make sure they are wearing the right equipment, we want to make sure everything is fitting right. We want to make sure they are properly hydrated,” said Klein. Because most injuries happen during practice, health experts will train young athletes on correct form and movements during sports. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
https://wn.com/Summer_Sport_Safety
Exercise Pushes Your Happiness Button

Exercise Pushes Your Happiness Button

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Here's one more reason to crank up an exercise routine. Experts are finding a good workout does wonders for your mood and helps release 'happy' hormones. "Sit up nice and tall, chin up, good..." Retiree Doug Zell traded in his work place for a work out place. The gym is his safe haven and all-natural stress reliever. "Once you come over here and start sweating, you forget about everything," says Zell. Studies show Americans are more stressed out than ever before. Instead of relying on medicinal mood enhancers, people might want to think twice about a good, sweaty workout. It's no secret that exercise helps you drop pounds and increase muscle, but new research suggests you can work your way to happiness. "Definitely. Whenever you are stressed out, you can exercise and it will release endorphins into your brain chemically, and it will make you feel better," says Lee Memorial Health System certified fitness instructor Heather Parker. Endorphins are one of the latest fitness buzzwords. Sometimes called a natural painkiller, they are the body's feel good chemical. "It's a naturally occurring hormone. Endorphins are in the brain, so they are released through a pleasure center," says Parker. The more intense the exercise, the better, according to Parker, who is a fitness trainer at the Wellness Center of Cape Coral. "It could be a fitness class like Body Combat or Zumba, or it could be weight training, as long as it's somewhat intense exercise," says Parker. It's that feeling, sometimes called a runner's high. "It has happened to me, when you're really into a workout, really sweating hard. It almost feels like you leave your body and you don't feel the work out at all," says Zell. Experts find the chemical release may also ease mild depression. Age or fitness level shouldn't be a barrier. "Anybody can experience these types of benefits. If you are very sedentary, what you can do is start with a nice walking program," says Parker. The pursuit of happiness - just one more reason to make time for exercise. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Waltzing Your Way to Better Health

Waltzing Your Way to Better Health

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To Bill Wolter, dance is the rhythm of life. “People come to this for different reasons, whether it’s date night just for a couple or just to do exercise.” He teaches the finer points of ballroom at the Wellness Center of Cape Coral. What many of his students don’t realize is that with each twirl and dip, they are building a better foundation. “It starts with posture. And the one thing they teach in dancing is good posture. To be able to move, to be able to partner up with your dance partner, that’s where it starts,” explains Lee Memorial Health System physical therapist Nathalie Grondin. Taking it a step further, ballroom boosts strength and stamina. “You can build the strength definitely, because the movements in dancing are very particular. It’s not like normal walking. It involves moving in different directions, forward of course, but backward which is often a component which people often don’t know is so important to practice,” says Grondin. Ballroom classes are springing up all over, from dance studios to health clubs - people using the rhythm and movement to get a workout - with a twist. “A lot of times people get bored, ‘oh you have to exercise’ and they see it as such a chore - exercise, be there, walk 30 minutes,” says Grondin. “Sure it’s good but the thing is with dancing it touches on so many different aspects for physical fitness, that before you know it the class is over. You’ve exercised for an hour.” And the possibilities are limitless with styles of dance from tango to two-step, some provide cardio workouts others develop coordination, offering something for everyone willing to give it a whirl. “So if you can actually get up on the floor you can do it,” says Wolter. His students range in age from 18- 82. All improving their health one step at a time. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
https://wn.com/Waltzing_Your_Way_To_Better_Health
Controlling Your Weight

Controlling Your Weight

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For years, Bruce Schreiber struggled with his weight. When every diet failed, he decided to see a dietitian at the Wellness Center in Cape Coral. “I was stuck more than anything else. I’ve done it all” said Bruce. “I’ve done all kinds of diets and plans and different exercises.” Julie Hill, a registered dietitian with Lee Memorial Health System, says it’s all about finding a balance between what you eat and how you exercise. She suggested Bruce keep a food journal. “When you’re writing things down, you’re accountable to yourself” she said. “This isn’t about a diet. The journal helps to establish a lifestyle trend as opposed to just a diet.” Bruce was also given an exercise plan. Each week he and Hill would review his meals, weight, blood pressure, and discuss any challenges he was facing. “Stress encourages different food habits. A lot of times identifying the different emotion that’s causing you to go to that food can be really helpful” said Hill. Over six months, Bruce lost 40 pounds. “At first it takes dedication, if you will, but then it’s just a matter of habit. You have to look them in the face and step on the scale and know all of that is going to happen, so it’s more about accountability” said Bruce. He would still like to lose 50 pounds more, but his long term goals are focused on getting and staying healthy. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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