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Published on July 06, 2015

Get Moving & Walk with a Wheaton Doc

Finding the time to work out and lead a healthy lifestyle can be difficult for many people. Fortunately, something as simple as walking is an easy way to get moving, and best of all – it works for people of any age and fitness level.

Benefits of Walking

  • Gives you energy and improves your stamina for everyday activities
  • Improves your mood and reduces stress
  • Helps you relax and sleep better
  • Reduces your risk for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes
  • Tones your muscles, including your heart
  • Increases the number of calories you burn, helping you lose and keep off weight

More Than Just Walking

Walk with a Wheaton Doc provides a great environment for the community to gather and get active once a month. The unique program incorporates walking as well as discussion with Wheaton physicians and covers a variety of health-related topics.

Led by Dr. Mushir Hassan, Internist, over 385 people have participated in a Walk with a Wheaton Doc event in 2015. Additionally, physicians specializing in areas like primary care, podiatry, surgery and orthopaedics join Dr. Hassan each month.

Upcoming Dates

Register now to Walk with a Wheaton Doc! Walkers may park and meet in the Calvary Lutheran Church parking lot (corner of Calhoun and Gebhardt Roads) in Brookfield.

  • Saturday, July 25, 2015 - 9 am
  • Saturday, August 22, 2015 - 9 am
  • Saturday, September 19, 2015 - 9 am

Brookfield Farmer's Market

Be sure to enjoy the Brookfield Farmer's Market before or after your walk. You'll support local farmers and pick up fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables to keep you on the right track this summer. Great for any summer gathering, a Strawberry Spinach Salad is easy to make for small or large groups and most ingredients can be picked up at the Farmer's Market!

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