Big Time Tennis is Back in Winston-Salem
August 24, 2012
|Family Counselor Christine Jordan (left) and Dietitian Katie Boles (center) educated WSO fans on how to properly get protein during the day with the “Wheel of Nutrition.” ||Tennis isn’t the only activity going on at the Winston-Salem Open! Brenner Fit’s Katie Boles (far right) hula hooped with one fan. As Family Counselor Christine Jordan looked on. Brenner Fit promotes healthy activity and lifestyle. The Brenner Walk and Bike Race is September 8! |
August 23, 2012
|Sarah Berga, MD, FACOG, Chair and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Vice President, Women’s Health, delivered a presentation titled, “Hormones and Health: Understanding Women Across Our Lifespan,” at the Ladies’ Day Brunch at the Winston-Salem Open. ||Brenner Children’s Hospital patient, Chase Middleton, 17 (blue shirt) poses with the umpire, John Isner (far left) and Jurgen Melzer (far right), after the ceremonial coin toss before Wednesday’s evening match at the Winston-Salem Open. |
|Greensboro native John Isner stretches at center court before his evening match against Jurgen Melzer Wednesday night at the Open. ||Per Kristian Moerk (left) and Christina Sigur, DPM, gave athletic shoe fittings and foot screenings to Ladies’ Day attendees at the Open on Thursday, Aug. 23. |
August 22, 2012
| American Andy Roddick returns serve during Winston-Salem Open third round play. ||Heath Thornton, MD, Ashley Donahue, MS and Daryl Rosenbaum (far right) represented Wake Forest Baptist Sports Medicine at the WFBH Booth at the Winston-Salem Open. Dr. Rosenbaum serves as the 2012 WSO Medical Director. |
August 21, 2012
August 20, 2012
|Joseph Molnar, MD, PhD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (center), and Jennifer Reddick, Wound Care Center educated WSO attendees about chronic, non-healing wounds. ||Michael Scammell, Wound Care Services, Joseph Molnar, MD, PhD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Jennifer Reddick, were on hand at the WFBH Booth at the Winston-Salem Open to educate attendees about chronic, non-healing wounds. |
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|Marcos Baghdatis (of Cypress) returns a volley during his first round match at the Winston-Salem Open on Monday, Aug. 20. ||Robin Hoots (left) and Lee Patella (right), Vein Services, informed WSO patrons about varicose veins and leg pain with non-invasive diagnostic ultrasound and provide sclerotherapy or ablation procedures. Wake Forest Baptist can provide 1-2 week access, a convenient location and personalized treatment plans for every patient. |
Wake Forest Baptist Health is the platinum sponsor for the Winston-Salem Open and brings world-class health care to world class tennis. We provide sports medicine doctors for the care of the players. This event highlights the importance of our single mission to improve the health of a region, state or nation. Our nationally recognized research in sports injury prevention, preeminent sports medicine physician training programs, and the advanced minimally-invasive treatments that we provide to athletes of all ages, benefit both amateurs and professionals alike.
Visit the Wake Forest Baptist Corporate Booth at the Open. Each day will feature educational and healthy advice from Wake Forest Baptist experts!
Wake Forest Baptist at the Open
Wake Forest Baptist Health Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center - Learn more about chronic, non-healing wounds. Informative handouts available. Sunday, Aug., 19, noon.
Wake Forest Baptist Sports Therapy - Stop by the booth for questions regarding athletic shoe fitting, answers to questions on returning to training after time off from an injury and more. Sunday, Aug. 19, 7 p.m.; Monday, Aug. 20, 7 p.m.; Thursday, Aug. 23, noon; Thursday, Aug. 23, 7 p.m.
Wake Forest Baptist Health Vascular and Endovascular Surgery - Vein Services can assess your varicose veins and leg pain with non-invasive diagnostic ultrasound and provide sclerotherapy or ablation procedures. We provide 1-2 week access, a convenient location and personalized treatment plans for every patient. Monday, Aug. 20, noon.
Wake Forest Baptist Health Heart Center - We will have information on Heart Disease and prevention, heart attack signs and symptoms, healthy heart eating tips and BMI calculations. Tuesday, Aug. 21, all day.
Wake Forest Baptist Health Sports Medicine - We are the official physicians for the Winston-Salem Open, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University, UNC School of the Arts, Salem College and the Winston-Salem Dash and we’re available to answer your questions! Wednesday, Aug. 22, all day; Saturday, Aug. 25, 12:30 p.m.
Wake Forest Baptist Health Brenner Children's Hospital Brenner Fit - The Brenner Fit Walk and Bike Race is Sept 8. Stop by to learn more!The Brenner Fit Walk and Bike Race is Sept 8. Stop by to learn more! Friday, Aug. 24, all day.