Lennon, MI is village in Venice Township first founded in the 1880’s. Home to less than 600 residents, Lennon was founded by Peter Lennon and began life as a railroad depot on the Grand Trunk Western Railroad. Today, this small town is home to many who commute to both the Saginaw and Flint areas in addition to a fairly large agricultural population as well.
Lennon is surrounded by recreational areas, parks, lakes, rivers shopping areas and more. Popular sites and activities in the Shiawassee area include the Shiawassee River, a Class 1 stream as well as the James S. Miner River Walk, the Owosso Speedway and the DeVries Nature Conservancy. For those rainy or snowy days we often have in Michigan, the Shiawassee Art Center, the Michigan Railroad History Museum and the Steam Railroading Institute are a few of the many popular indoor attractions found in the area as well. Historic homes, shopping areas and plenty of dining options draw thousands of other visitors to this recreational hub as well.
Located half in Shiawassee County and half in Genesee County, the village of Lennon is near to many of southern Michigan’s most popular activities and attractions. While being close to these great sites is convenient, the pain and swelling and many other symptoms associated with rheumatic conditions such as RA or Osteoarthritis can make it difficult to get out and enjoy them.
Rheumatologist Lennon MI
The Arthritis Institute of Michigan is located in the city of Brighton, MI, less than an hour from Lennon and is accepting new patients. If you live near Lennon MI and are dealing with an inflammatory or rheumatic condition which is impacting your quality of life, now is the time to get help. Don’t wait until more damage is done, contact the Arthritis Institute of Michigan at 1.810.225.7553 or fill out the form below to schedule your appointment today.