Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

CUTVNEWS Talk Radio

CUTVNews TalkRadio

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
CUTVNews Talk Radio with veteran award-winning broadcast TV and radio hosts Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn. An exciting broadcast series featuring several LIVE episodes daily and is a service of the Telly-award winning CUTV News, a full service media company that provides entrepreneurs, business owners and extraordinary people a platform to share their story worldwide. On CUTVNews Talk Radio, we feature fascinating guests from every walk of life! Entertainment, music, publishing, art, travel, health & wellness, self-help, sports, business, finance, science and much more. With shows 7 days a week, CUTVNews Talk Radio with Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn offers you the opportunity to hear amazing stories from amazing guests and from around the globe. Join us! We also invite you to like and enjoy our Facebook Fan Page at: www.facebook.com/closeuptalkradio Welcome to CUTVNews TALK RADIO!

Upcoming Broadcasts

For decades, conventional and alternative medicine have been at odds, but Dr. Lonsdorf has found a way to seamlessly balance the disciplines. ?They call what I do ‘alternative medicine,' but I prefer to think of it as ‘integrative,'? says Dr. Lonsdorf. ?My patients seek me out for a solution without a lot of side effects, and they feel confident entrusting me with their health since I'm also trained in western medicine.? According to Dr. Lonsdorf, to solve our healthcare crisis, we need a totally new approach that puts healing the patient in the forefront. A pioneering integrative physician, Dr. Lonsdorf walks her talk, and has offered a personalized approach to creating real health from within using Ayurveda, the traditional health knowledge of India, since 1986. ?When we're healthy, all parts of the body work together in harmony,? explains Dr. Lonsdorf. ?Conventionally, doctors treat symptoms by trying to suppress them with drugs. I say, let's find out what went wrong with your body's natural ability to keep itself healthy and how can we turn that around to start creating health, rather than hurting it?" Ayurveda, Functional Medicine and other evidence-based and time-tested therapies help the body heal itself. Says Dr. Lonsdorf: ?This highly personalized approach creates complete inner restoration, the real basis of healing.? For more information on Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf, visit http://www.DrNancyHealth.com
  • by CUTVNEWS Talk Radio
  • in Health
  • 00:30
Reminder Edit Reminder

On-Demand Episodes

Morganville, NJ – Whether it's your health, finances, relationships, or spirituality, there is no one secret to personal success. What works for one person may not work for the next. But with so many different philosophies and... more

Lawton, OK – Caring for a loved one in need is a truly thankless job often done purely out of a sense of love and responsibility. According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 34 million unpaid caregivers provide care to... more

Columbus, OH – Does this sound familiar? Your marriage looks picture-perfect on the outside, but feels empty and alone inside. You love your husband, but you're not in love. We go to school for decades, but where was the... more

New York, NY – Autism is one of the great challenges facing modern families and it's transforming families in every community. Today, Autism is treated more as a child's identity than an illness, and parents all over the... more

New York, NY – The capacity to change is fundamental to the therapeutic process. We can assume new ideas and discard old beliefs that don't serve us anymore if they ever did. Dr. Shirley Schaye is a psychotherapist specializing in... more

Irvine, CA – Dr. Sherrie Campbell is a licensed psychotherapist with nearly 30 years of clinical training and experience. Dr. Campbell is an expert at treating people in relationships with narcissists. She helps people learn the difference... more

Lawton, OK – Caring for a loved one in need is a truly thankless job often done purely out of a sense of love and responsibility. According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 34 million unpaid caregivers provide care to... more

Warwick, RI – For years, practitioners of traditional healthcare and advocates of energy medicine have been at odds. The reality is that there is no choice to be made: combining the two philosophies can only enhance one's... more

Minneapolis, MN – It's a known fact that an organization's most valuable resource is its people. Unfortunately, employee engagement is at an all-time low. Recent studies by Gallup regarding employee engagement have found that... more

Columbus, OH – Does this sound familiar? Your marriage looks picture-perfect on the outside, but feels empty and alone inside. You love your husband, but you're not in love. We go to school for decades, but where was the... more

Comments

 comments