fbpx



  • Seasons Medical Employees Get Ready for Halloween

    Seasons Medical Employees Get Ready for Halloween

    Seasons Medical employees are thrilled about the holidays coming up! Halloween is just around the corner – waiting to excite or spook you!

    READ MORE
  • Rex Meredith, PA-C moving to Madison Orthopedics

    Rex Meredith, PA-C moving to Madison Orthopedics

    Starting in October, Rex Meredith, PA-C will be working with Dr. Eysser at Madison Orthopedics in Rexburg. “I love orthopedic surgery and am excited to help with that. We have a lot of problems in medicine and a lot of treatments, but not a whole lot of cures. I love that in orthopedics, people come in acutely having a problem, and they leave happy and excited because there is a set path to fixing that problem for good.”

    READ MORE
  • Seasons Medical Welcomes Michael Bishop of Rigby

    Seasons Medical Welcomes Michael Bishop of Rigby

    Michael Bishop was raised in the nearby community of Rigby, Idaho. During his youth he was influenced by many medical professionals especially his aunt who is a dermatologist in Rigby. “She was always very generous with her time and means, and I have tried to pattern my life after hers”. Driven by this desire to emulate her example, he is now in the medical program at the University of Utah. He has made his way back home and is currently on rotation at Seasons Family Medicine with Dr. Michael Packer, and Travis Weiszhaar, PA-C. He is eager to learn all he can from spending time with our providers and patients.

    READ MORE
  • Seasons Staff Participate in the Mesa Falls 5K

    Seasons Staff Participate in the Mesa Falls 5K

    Early this past sunny Saturday, a group of Seasons Medical Staff donned their green shirts and came together to run a 5K. No one was surprised when Gary Sena, PA-C, passed them fairly early on as he runs on a regular basis. Not wanting to quash the spirits of the two young teens in front

    READ MORE
  • Seasons Medical Supports the Education of One of Rexburg’s Own

    Seasons Medical Supports the Education of One of Rexburg’s Own

    Jake Erickson was born and raised right here in Rexburg, Idaho. He studied science at BYU—Idaho and Idaho State University and is now in the MD program at the University of Utah. He has made his way back home here on rotation at Seasons Family with Dr. Packer and Travis Weiszhaar, PA-C and is excited to learn everything he can from the providers and patients. 

    READ MORE
  • How Military Member and Seasons Medical Physician’s Assistant, Travis Weiszhaar, Celebrates the 4th

    How Military Member and Seasons Medical Physician’s Assistant, Travis Weiszhaar, Celebrates the 4th

    Travis J. Weiszhaar, PA-C has been serving in the military for almost 19 years. Originally, he had joined to help pay off student loans, but after having served in Iraq for 18 months, he had a greater appreciation for military life and stayed in. He also has a special gratitude for the military because his

    READ MORE
  • Angie Peterson, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

    Angie Peterson, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

    Seasons Medical welcomes Angie Peterson, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, as one of the two newest members of our team. We’re so excited to have Angie on board. Both Angie and her husband grew up in southeastern Idaho. They live in Rigby with their four boys. They love going fishing, and all four boys are avid

    READ MORE
  • Couch to 5K – How it’s Going so Far

    Couch to 5K – How it’s Going so Far

    It’s been two weeks and already, I can feel a difference between the first day I started running (mostly walking) as opposed to now. Why put myself through the Couch to 5K program?

    READ MORE
  • The Safer Way to Ease Post-Surgical Pain

    The Safer Way to Ease Post-Surgical Pain

    THURSDAY, June 20, 2019 (HealthDay News) — For people recovering from surgery or dealing with a painful injury, an expert suggests that there are a number of safer alternatives for managing pain than using potentially addictive opioids. “Today, more than ever before, we have a host of other methods that can effectively lessen pain,” Dr.

    READ MORE
  • How to Head Off a Pain in the Neck

    How to Head Off a Pain in the Neck

    WEDNESDAY, June 19, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Neck pain can sneak up on you over time. While it can be caused by an accident or injury, your everyday posture and body mechanics can also be to blame, from the way you carry a shoulder bag, cradle your phone while multitasking or sit at your desk.

    READ MORE

Most Read

Latest News

Featured Video