ahs-admin's blog

Joint Tendon Injections

Joint Tendon Injections with Dr. Julie Muche'

Repetitive Stress Injuries

What is causing that aching and burning in my hand or wrist, and what can I do to prevent and heal it?

Like any other delicate instruments, your wrists, hands and fingers can suffer from overuse. Typing on a keyboard, sports, hobbies and other repetitive activities can all contribute to aches and pains that make it difficult to do your job or even complete simple daily tasks.

Stand Pivot Transfer with Front Wheeled Walker

Lovelace UNM Rehabilitation Hospital - Stand, Pivot, Transfer (with a Front Wheeled Walker)

Baked Frittata Recipe

Baked Frittata Recipe

Chicken Enchilada Casserole Recipe

Chicken Enchilada Casserole Recipe

Pumpkin Custard Recipe

Pumpkin Custard Recipe

Lovelace Women’s Hospital Delivers Comfort After Premature Newborn Arrives

On April 20, 2018, Kelcey and her husband, Alexander arrived at Lovelace Women’s Hospital in the wee hours of the morning with the feeling that something wasn’t right. Kelcey was 34 weeks and four days pregnant and experiencing excruciating pain. When they pulled up to the hospital, they were first greeted by an off-duty pharmacy tech who was just coming off shift.

51st Annual Tree Lighting at Lovelace Medical Center

Lovelace Health System presents the 51st annual Tree Lighting at Lovelace Medical Center. This years message is for our staff and medical workers who have continued to work tireless through the pandemic. We wish you all a very bright holiday season!

Find a Family on Your Floor at Lovelace Women’s Hospital

Karen A.’s desire to be in healthcare blossomed at a young age. Her career path was solidified when her mother became extremely ill. Despite the unfortunate circumstances, one positive shined through the negative situation and gave Karen a little bit of peace – the nurses taking care of her mother during her extended stays at the hospital.

Motherhood and Nursing Live in Perfect Harmony at Lovelace Women’s Hospital

Ever since she was a little girl Ashley M. knew she wanted to do something that involved working with and helping children. The obvious paths in her mind were motherhood, teaching or nursing. She decided to become a mother first, and then pursue a career in healthcare by enrolling in nursing school during her third pregnancy.