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Alternative Medicine: what is it, what is it not and how can it help me. Have you asked yourself these same questions and did not know where to find an answer? What are different types of alternative treatments and does my physician know how they work? Can conventional and alternative treatments co-exist?
Dr. Mel Borins, MD, author of A Doctor's Guide to Alternative Medicine: What works, what doesn't and why will be sharing his work today. Dr. Borins answers questions on alternative medicine by using the latest scientific research and double-blind studies.
Dr. Jeanette will be sharing her knowledge and experience on alternative therapies through a Naturopathic Physician's eyes.
For more information visit: www.melborinscreative.com
Listen in as Skip talks exercise, alternative medicine, how to avoid colds during the height of season and more with Emill Kim an acupuncturist and Kathleen Bywater of Revive Juicery. Call in with your questions about healthy living and more.
There are many things that we can do for our bodies that can keep us from constantly feeling fatigued, unwell or unmotivated. It all begins with a health plan. Loving your body naturally, fueling it with foods for the soul, and adding exercise can dramatically change your quality of life.
In recent years, healthcare has taken a great hit, be it traditional or alternative. From the nay sayers to the guru's, beliefs and practices have been challenged and thrown into the grinder to see if they would float. What is the final result and where does that leave people to find help for their health symptoms that seem to be ever increasing? Well, we will have to wait a few more years to see since we are currently in the vortex of change.
Today, Dr. Julie Glass, a Naturopathic physician in Oregon, will be with us to talk about how she helps others see health in a different way and offers solutions that heal the root cause of disease. Dr. Julie works with her patients to help find the correct symptoms, listen to what they are saying and correct the imbalance in the body to find a healthier tomorrow.
Dr. Glass and I will be sharing what Naturopathic Medicine is, how it has been the medicine of centuries and why it is so important to start and find small ways to take care of your own health. If you have been looking for a new way to take care of yourself, or if you have not found what you are looking for to heal your body, join us, there will be tips to help you get started.
Dr. Julie Glass website is here. My website, Dr. Jeanette Gallagher, is here.
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Scott Cluthe talks with Dr Mel Borins, highly respect MD, about his new book, A DOCTOR’S GUIDE TO ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why More than 50% of people report that they’ve tried alternative medicine; it’s a $34 million industry. . With so much misinformation out there, how does anyone know which advice to follow and what actually works? In A DOCTOR’S GUIDE TO ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE, Dr. Mel Borins answers these questions using the latest scientific research and double-blind studies to educate patients and physicians on which alternative treatments are worth trying, which aren’t, and why—and how to use the effective ones safely
A DOCTOR’S GUIDE TO ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE is the perfect book for alternative medicine skeptics looking for hard evidence, doctors of conventional medicine seeking to understand why alternative therapies work, and for those open to alternative medicine but who want to understand the benefits and dangers; these include America's 78 million Baby Boomers who purchase 77% of all prescriptions drugs and are seeking ways to treat their health issues without causing more of them.
Mel Borins, MD has been active for more than two decades in training physicians in complementary and alternative medicine, counseling and psychotherapy, stress management and communication.
Sharon Weil and John Weeks, talk about how to integrate conventional medicine. John Weeks is a writer, organizer, and the executive director of the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health (ACCHC) His mission and that of his organization is to integrate disciplines of complementary and alternative medicine into mainstream medical training, policy and practice. An uphill battle, but one they are incrementally impacting in large ways. www.accahc.org
Cancer can be a life altering event and the treatment options may seem to be trusted and set in stone. Do you feel confident you can lick it and the treatments will bring you what you are needing, a clean health slate to start all over again? What happens if the treatment outlined by the medical community and your family members is in direct conflict with your gut feeling about your own health? Who is in control; the physician, the insurance company, your family or spouse, the religion you believe or you?
Bill Henderson, author of Cancer-Free: Your guide to gentle, non-toxic healing will be sharing his vast information and research on Cancer treatments. Bill has a personal experience with cancer which he will share and he learned so much in the process and thereafter, he helps those who ask for support.
For more information visit: www.beating-cancer-gently.com
Join Angela Lauria of the Author Incubator as she interviews natural health speaker and practitioner Kathy Gruver, PhD about the publishing of her book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet. The book introduces people to alternative ways to health and wellness. Dr. Gruver dispels the notion that alternative medicine is some kind of obscure practice that people perceive as scary or taboo, and opposed to Western medicine. She notes that people can easily incorporate alternative medicine in their lives and make subtle, self-propelled changes to their health.
Read more and get the transcript here: Kathy Gruver, PhD on the Author Incubator.
Many people today are becoming more knowledgeable about the dangerous side-effects that are associated with some drug therapies and are seeking more natural alternative remedies to help manage their health conditions. Join us as we discuss the pros and cons of alternative remedies vs. common drug therapies.
The Alternative Medicine Cabinet with author Dr. Kathy Gruver
Dr. Kathy Gruver, host of the TV series; The Alternative Medicine Cabinet inspires and challenges people to take control of their health. She offers alternatives to Western medicine, prescriptions and surgery and encourage the balanced combination of ancient and modern. Dr. Kathy educates people about mind/body medicine.
Her first book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet was selected as a winner of the Beverly Hills Book Awards and finalist for the IndyExcellence Awards and using that as a resource, Dr. Kathy advises people how to regain control of their health.
She has written two additional books, Body/Mind Therapies for the Bodyworker and other health proffesionals and the newly released, Conquer your Stress with Mind/Body Techniques (Selected as a finalist for the USA Best Book Awards and voted one of the top 50 reads for 2013). Dr. Kathy Gruver offers a fresh, inspired perspective on how to achieve better health.
For more information visit: http://thealternativemedicinecabinet.com/
Topic: Chinese Medicine
Chinese medicine principles
Guest: Dr. Jingduan Yang, MD
5th generation expert in Chinese Medicine
Founder and Medical Director of Tao Integrative
What is Chinese Medicine?
How can this medicine help me?
How is it different from traditional allopathic medicine?
What therapies are used?
How can I find a practitioner?
What are patent medicines? Herbs? Acupuncture?
All health concerns can respond to Chinese medicine no matter what the stage or no matter what the other therapies you are currently doing. Take the challenge! Learn more about this medicine and how it can help you.
For more information about Dr. Yang, visit: www.taointegrativemedicine.com
If you need more help with your health over the age of 50, visit: www.drjeanettegallagher.com and become a member of the private health group.
Teri Goetz practices Chinese & Integrative medicine. She’s also a life coach. After being diagnosed with two autoimmune diseases for which conventional medicine only offered pharmaceuticals, Teri did her own research and came up with a plan that included changing her business to help other people with autoimmune and chronic conditions. More information can be found at www.TeriGoetz.com.
Terri will discuss what made her interested in Chinese & Integrative medicine, how she incorporated coaching into her practice, and her recently published book, Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There: An Unusual Strategy for Great Growth, Profit and Impact.
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