Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM) is when your blood pressure is being measured as you move around, living your normal daily life. It is normally carried over 24 hours.
Lower limb and ABI assessments are recommended for patients at risk of decreased circulation and sensation.
Four sessions that focus on WHY we eat. These sessions often follow the Weight Wise workshops.
The Primary Care Network healthcare practitioners provide patients with individual assessment and counseling, follow-up and class settings.
More than 20 million Canadians are suffering from digestive disorders yearly (Canadian Digestive Health Foundation). Let us help!
Our feet are the one part of our bodies that we take most for granted. How we take care of them affects our overall health.
Having high blood pressure and/or high cholesterol can put you at a increased risk for developing heart disease, heart attack or stoke.
This starts with supporting parents and children in forming healthy habits and making nutritious choices.
This program provides you with education on COPD, Asthma and Spirometry.
Smoking Cessation is a free support program that provides Albertans the tools and skills they need to quit using tobacco.
Our Social Workers are professionally trained and dedicated towards enhancing individual, couple or family capacity to address their unique challenges.
Everyone's nutrition needs are different. The dietitians at the PCN provide guidance and education.