UH Health Talks
University Hospitals is committed to helping our patients and the Northeast Ohio community manage their health and well-being. This is even more important during the current COVID-19 outbreak.
That is why UH is bringing our health experts to you through a series of virtual health talks. The virtual seminars include a presentation by physicians who are experts in their field, followed by a Q&A session. These events are free but registration is required.
Missed a live session? Don't worry, you can watch previously held sessions below.
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Explanation of the different types of hernias, the latest techniques to repair them, who is at most risk and how to prevent them.
An interactive discussion on women’s health including; annual exams, OB and gynecological care and how to stay safe while visiting your doctor.
Watch how coaches, athletic trainers, parents and students can responsibly get back to play during COVID-19.
Learn the latest information on idiopathic scoliosis including what it means to get a scoliosis diagnosis and what to do next.
Learn about a common gallbladder problem, gallstone, which can cause inflammation and infection of gallbladder.
Learn about practical ways to make health and wellness a priority in your daily life and about the steps you can take in 5 key focus areas.
Learn more about Peripheral artery disease (PAD) and its conditions, from managing risk factors to the latest diagnosis and treatment options.
Return to Dance: Q&A with Gladisa Guadalupe, Artist Directory, Cleveland Ballet