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Effective January 4th, Inspira Health facilities are implementing mandatory masking due to increases in respiratory virus positivity rates throughout the area.
When the ice, snow and slush make their appearance, Inspira emergency room and urgent care doctors see the aftermath of winter-related injuries come through their doors. Keep you and your family safe this winter season by learning about the most common cold-weather injuries and how they can be prevented.
The winter season is one of the busiest for many but can also be one of the hardest times of year to get places quickly thanks to slippery conditions. To stay on your feet, follow these tips:
Snowfall can be serene and beautiful as it transforms your property into a snow-capped wonderland, but that snow piled high needs to go somewhere. The manual labor of shoveling or blowing your way to functional driveways, walkways and steps can cause severe strain on the body––especially your back, neck and arms. To avoid preventable pulls and strains:
From sledding hills to skating rinks to the seat of a snowmobile, the winter season is full of fun activities and sports that can produce various types of injuries if you’re not taking the proper safety precautions. Here are some general guidelines to stay safe:
Inspira offers four emergency room locations and multiple urgent care centers in New Jersey for patients looking for exceptional care close to home. Download the MyInspira App to check wait times or find your nearest Inspira Urgent Care location.
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