Harris Regional Hospital outpatient therapy offers free seminar - Running 101: Essentials for success

April 9, 2019

Harris Regional Hospital will offer a free educational event entitled Running 101: Essentials for Success at noon on Monday, April 22 in the Harris Regional Hospital boardroom on the first floor of the hospital. Physical therapist Jared Sonnier will present the session. Lunch will be served. Please call 844.414.DOCS (3627) to register.

Running 101 is designed to help runners and athletes of all ages stay active and performing at their best by providing education and tips when running for leisure or in preparation for an event.

Jared Sonnier, PT has extensive background and experience in evaluating athletes and runners. With technology that allows Sonnier to capture and study a runner’s gait, athletes can receive a plan of care tailored to their specific needs.

Harris Regional Hospital’s outpatient therapy department provides a wide range of services and locations to treat patients that need assistance with vestibular rehab, lymphedema, orthopedic issues, pediatric therapy, occupational therapy and much more.  The department is located on the first floor of Harris Regional Hospital and also sees patients at the Harris Medical Park of Franklin and Swain Community Hospital in Bryson City.

For more information on outpatient therapy and services available, call 828.586.7235 or visit MyHarrisRegional.com/our-services/rehab-services.

About Harris Regional Hospital

Harris Regional Hospital, established in 1925, is an 86-bed acute and specialty care facility serving Western North Carolina with more than 100 physicians practicing in locations throughout a multi-county region, including Harris Regional Hospital Medical Park of Franklin, an outpatient facility in Macon County.

About Swain Community Hospital

Swain Community Hospital, established in 1950, is a 48-bed Critical Access Hospital serving a multi-county region with primary care, emergency medicine and subspecialty care including a pain clinic and a transitional care unit. Harris Regional Hospital and Swain Community Hospital began an affiliation in 1997 and joined Duke LifePoint Healthcare in 2014.