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Food for Thought: How Hypnotherapy Works

Tired of “spinning wheels” with the same ol’ New Year’s Resolutions? Are you ready to use the power of your mind to accomplish healthier habits and ways of living?

Ruth Smith, DPT

You are invited to learn more about Ringgold County Hospital’s new Hypnotherapy Program to better understand the benefits of tapping into your subconscious mind. Join Ruth Smith, physical therapist and certified hypnotherapist, on Thursday, March 14 from 5-5:30 pm in the RCH cafeteria. Please call 641-464-4401 to RSVP for this free program.

There are many misconceptions around hypnosis and hypnotherapy. It is important to get the facts as you consider alternative ways to improve your health. New research clearly shows a direct connection between the mind and the body… the healthier the mind, the healthier the body.

Clinical Hypnotherapy is a natural state of mind where communication and responsiveness with the subconscious mind is established. “The subconscious mind stores your memories and belief systems. It’s the seat of your emotions and imagination,” Ruth explains. “Involuntary functions of the physical body are controlled by the subconscious mind.” Benefits of Clinical Hypnotherapy include pain management, reduction of anxiety and fear, weight loss, and smoking cessation. The mind-body connection influences many emotional and physical conditions. “It’s definitely not a magical cure, but it’s a kick-start to get the ball rolling in the right direction,” says Ruth.

If you are unable to attend, please call 641-464-4428 for a FREE 30-minute consultation.

Upcoming Events – Rescheduled

Food for Thought: Learn the value & benefits of hypnotherapy
You are invited to learn more about Ringgold County Hospital’s new Hypnotherapy Program and the benefits of tapping into your subconscious mind through hypnotherapy. Join Ruth Smith, DPT Thursday, March 14 at 5:00 p.m. in the RCH cafeteria. Please RSVP by calling 641-464-4401 

Ladies In Red
Enjoy complimentary drinks and appetizers while hearing from featured speaker Melissa Murphy, a heart attack survivor, advocate, and speaker from the Des Moines area. All women are encouraged to wear red and enjoy conversation and education on Wednesday, March 60 – 5:30 p.m. at the Crazy Heifer (115 N. Taylor St., Mt. Ayr). For more information, contact Tracee Knapp at Ringgold County Hospital 641-464-4532.

2nd Annual Red Flannel Walk
Join Ringgold County Hospital to raise awareness for heart health! Our goal is to encourage everyone to walk for 30 minutes at the Mt. Ayr High School Track. This event is for all ages, registration begins at 4:30pm on Tuesday, February 26. Note: Strollers or other wheeled devices may not be permitted on the walking track.

FREE Sports Physicals

Wednesday, May 9th, 3 to 5 p.m. for students entering grades 7-12 in 2018/19
No appointment necessary. Student must bring completed sports physical form signed by a parent. Forms can be picked up at the Mount Ayr Community School District office.

Red Flannel Walk February 27

Ringgold County Hospital cares about your heart health. Join us for a quick walk to raise awareness for keeping hearts healthy through activity. All ages are welcome to participate in this FREE event!

Tuesday, February 27
Registration: 4:30 – 4:45
Walk: 4:45 – 5:15
Mt. Ayr High School track
For more information, call 641-464-4452
(In case of inclement weather, registration will be in the Commons, and the walk will be indoors)

Why Do My Legs Hurt?

Ed Wehling, D.O.

Food for Thought: Why Do My Legs Hurt?

Thursday March 15 | 5:00 p.m. | Hospital Cafeteria

Join Dr. Ed Wehling at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 15 in the hospital cafeteria. Dr. Wehling will discuss the importance of vascular health along with treatments and options for those with vascular challenges. The program is free and includes a light dinner.

Please call 641-464-4401 to reserve your spot by Monday, March 12.