CentraState’s LIVE LIFE WELL℠ program is a powerful way to feel motivated, confident and empowered as you take control of your health and well-being. No matter where you are on the health spectrum, our health coaches and integrative services can help you achieve your personal goals. Whether you’re taking a tai chi class to relieve stress or exploring a plant-based diet to lower high blood pressure, we’ll show you how to make small, attainable lifestyle changes that will enhance your well-being, ramp up resiliency and boost vitality. Our team of registered nurses, dietitians, therapists and health educators are all about helping you feel balanced, confident and empowered to live “your” best life.
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CentraState’s on-demand video wellness packages from our expert health coaches bring all the knowledge and resources straight to you. Watch at your own pace, from wherever you want. Your program’s health coach is available to answer your questions and provide additional support to help you with healthy living fundamentals, like weight loss, smoking cessation, childbirth preparation, memory and brain training, caregiver education, balance training, fall prevention, and more.
7 Common Health Concerns African Americans Should MonitorSeveral health disparities exist between African Americans and white Americans. Doctors are seeing diseases that you’d expect to see in older patients—heart disease, diabetes, stroke—in relatively young African Americans. While genetics may play a role in certain instances, socioeconomic factors have a significant impact on how African Americans are able...Read More
How to Build Your Healthiest Immune SystemWe’ve been wearing a mask and social distancing for one year now, but is there anything more we can be doing to stay well? Besides getting the vaccine when it’s available to you, CentraState Chief Medical Officer James Matera, DO, suggests these 3 ways to build a stronger immune system....Read More
Important Medical Tests for MenIt’s much easier to prevent something from happening than treat it once it does. In other words, to help ensure a man is healthy at 75 years of age, disease must be prevented at age 50. Men, in particular, are often reluctant to go to the doctor for preventive care,...Read More