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- Fight Fatigue July 9, 2019Continue Reading
Wake-up Call: Fight Fatigue at Its Roots
Are these ordinary signs of aging? Exhausted throughout the day, joy in life slowly diminishing, active lifestyle becoming a distant memory. No, no and no. Feeling tired all the ...
- Friday, July 12th: Put on your walking shoes and join us! July 9, 2019Continue Reading
- Friday, June 7th: Put on your walking shoes and join us! June 3, 2019Continue Reading
- June 22, 2019: NVFP at the 2019 Well Ray Festival May 31, 2019Continue Reading
- National Nurses Week May 13, 2019Continue Reading
When it comes to saying thanks to our dedicated nurses, assistants, etc., we don’t want to miss an opportunity to honor them with heartfelt appreciation on National Nurses Week. Last week, Dr. Bill Kempe helped ...
- Walk With The Doc Recap: May 10th May 13, 2019Continue Reading
Last Friday, the monthly Steppin’ Out walk drew a friendly and enthusiastic gathering of NVPA patients, staff members..even a few dogs…to enjoy the benefits of a walk and relaxed conversation.
- Friday May 10th, 2019: Put on your walking shoes and join us! May 6, 2019Continue Reading
- April 25th: NVFP Open House April 16, 2019
Join us for an Open House at NVFP
Welcome Dr. Cecily Havert
And chat with our NVFP providers
Enjoy light bites and beveragesWhen: Thursday, April 25th 5:30-7:30 pmWhere: Our office, 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 250, ...Continue Reading
- Dr. Natasha Beauvais is in the News April 16, 2019Continue Reading
Are you curious about the key to aging in place? Check out Dr. Beauvais recent article featured in the Alexandria Patch. This is a piece that ties in with the ‘Age-Proof Your Body’ exercises class series with MovementX. You ...
- Arlington Central Library Talk: Drs. Havert and Beauvais Engage and Educate on Women and Heart Disease April 8, 2019Continue Reading
The message couldn’t be clearer: for women, heart disease remains the number one cause of death, with risk factors and warning signs that are very different from men. At a recent, well-attended Arlington Central Library talk, Dr. Cecily Havert and Dr. Natasha Beauvais illuminated the issue with vital details on gender-specific symptoms, when women should ...
- Dr. Natasha Beauvais is in the News April 16, 2019