Health & Wellness

Shriners Healthcare for Children broke ground in July for its new clinic in Woodbury, as the group moves toward outpatient care instead of inpatient. The project, a two-story, 42,000-square-foot building, is located south of Interstate 94 and east of Radio Drive. 

TRIA’s new Woodbury facility offers hydrotherapy and a spacious physical therapy gym; Twin Cities Orthopedics has relocated to a new facility on Radio Drive near HealthEast Sports Center.

There are many wonderful fitness instructors in Woodbury. Meet six, all over the age of 60, who inspire their students to move and have fun through a variety of classes, including tai chi, boot camp and hot yoga.

Care for the elderly can be complicated if there are issues that impact one’s ability to care for themselves or their home. While assisted living facilities are one solution, many seniors want to stay in their own homes as long as they can.

As a personal trainer and lifelong soccer player, Pure Purpose founder Jane Kramer knows that nutrition is one of the most important components of a successful workout.

A new fitness option in Woodbury showcases a community-based style of fitness. F45 Training Woodbury contains a new exercise regime that changes daily, offering 28 different programs designed by the F45 corporate fitness department.

For 19 years, Top Ten Liquors in Woodbury has remained a constant resident in its building on Norma Lane. The owners recently acquired adjacent space, so a major remodel was the next step.

A relocation brings more health care to the city’s northeast side.

A new spa in Woodbury offers an innovative way of rejuvenating and healing the body.

A new partnership brings playful to a new level. The Madison Claire Foundation, along with Maplewood Mall, will construct the first indoor inclusive playground at the mall.

Woodbury native Jake Guentzel will remember the summer of 2017 for the rest of his life. On the night of June 11, he helped his NHL Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Nashville Predators in a six-game series.  

Then, on Thursday, July 13, Guentzel brought the Stanley Cup to Woodbury.