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Cardiology with Natural Therapies
Determine the CAUSE of disease.
Dr. Jack Wolfson, D.O., F.A.C.C. - Cardiology specialist
What is Natural help for your heart?
Are all heart symptoms and treatments created equal?
Is the answer multiple prescription bottles with limited physical activity?
Does your diet, exercise, emotional wellbeing, and environment play a part in your overall heart health?
When you have pain, are you running to the nearest ER and holding out your hands for an escape from the pain?
Are life saving treatments the only answer no matter what the financial or physical cost?
Help for your heart health is available no matter what your current concerns are and remember it is never too late.
For more information about Dr. Wolfson: www.wolfsonintegrativecardiology.com Stay tuned for Dr. Wolfson's new book out this April 2015.
For a review of your current health concerns, visit Dr. Jeanette's other websites and contact her there: www.outoftheboxhealthcare.com www.drjeanettegallagher.com
Topic: Healthy Heart and How You can do it regardless of your genes
Choices to make for a healthy heart
How nutrition, exercise and stress can affect your heart
Changes in life that affect your heart no matter what decade of life
Guest: Dr. Dave Johnson, MD
Integrative Health and Healing
Preventative cardiology consultations
Compassionate listening to guide those who seek his help on a path of wellness
Do you run through life and hit the wall? Have you been absent minded about your visit to the physician, feel like a robot through all the testing and sheepish about the prescriptions and advice given? How can you change your health condition or are you a victim the disease has a hold on? No matter your age, has your life now been painted for you?
Take the challenge! Take back your health and heart, it is only up to you.
For more information visit: www.DaveJohnsonMD.com
Early in his cardiology career, Dr. Arthur E. Constantine received an insight from God that had not been revealed in any medical school or cardiology textbook: There is an inseparable intertwining of the physical and spiritual bindings of our hearts.
With equal measures of diet and exercise information and Bible-based inspiration, Constantine’s new guide “It’s Always the Heart” provides meaningful ideas on how we can change our hearts to receive the physical and spiritual hearts God wants us to have.
For more information please visit www.itsalwaystheheart.com.
THOSE WHO HAVE A HEART STENT AND DO NOT TAKE THEIR MEDICATIONS AS PRESCRIBED ARE AT INCREASED RISK FOR ANOTHER SERIOUS HEART PROBLEM, WHICH COULD LEAD TO DEATH.[i],[ii] THREE LEADING CARDIOVASCULAR ORGANIZATIONS HAVE JOINED TOGETHER TO LAUNCH A NEW CAMPAIGN AIMED AT MOBILIZING HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS TO HELP PEOPLE WITH A HEART STENT STICK TO THEIR MEDICATION AND LIFESTYLE PLAN AFTER THEIR STENT PROCEDURE. JOINING US TODAY TO TALK ABOUT THIS NEW INITIATIVE IS INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGIST DR.CAVENDISH ALONG WITH DONNETTE SMITH FROM MENDED HEARTS, AN ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO IMPROVING THE LIVES OF PEOPLE WITH HEART DISEASE.
WHAT’S THE NAME OF THIS NEW CAMPAIGN AND WHY IS IT NEEDED?
WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF THE CAMPAIGN?
DONETTE: WHAT DO YOU SEE AS CHANGES THAT CAN BE MADE BY PHYSICIANS OR PATIENTS TO ADDRESS THIS PROBLEM?
WHAT ARE YOUR BEST EXPECTATIONS AND CHANGES YOU HOPE TO SEE AS A RESULT OF THIS NEW CAMPAIGN?
DONETTE – WHAT ARE YOUR BEST EXPECTATIONS FOR PATIENTS AS A RESULT OF THIS NEW CAMPAIGN?
WHERE CAN WE GO FOR MORE INFORMATION?
Jeff Cavendish MD, FSCAI, FACC, is the lead interventional cardiologist for Kaiser Permanente San Diego and the director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at the Scripps Prebys Cardiovascular Institute in La Jolla, California. He is an active member of the American College of Cardiology.
Donnette Lovell Smith was born in Athens, Alabama and moved to Huntsville, Alabama after her marriage to Tom in October 1980.
Dr. Ino Halegua, former Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation at South Miami Hospital and Chief of Medicine at Larkin Hospital, was born in Greece on December 28, 1947. After moving to New York with his family in 1950, he graduated Cum Laude from the medical school at State University of New York Downstate Medical Campus and completed his medical internship and residency in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
In August 1976, Ino opened his own medical practice here in Miami, and built The Cardiology Center in 1982 to serve the business community’s medical needs. He moved his office within Prime Care of Coral Gables following a 2008 downsize. Ino is particularly focused on preventative medicine and cardiology, and strives to meet the needs of his busy patients by scheduling timely appointments no matter what the exam may be. Ino most frequently uses the South Miami and Baptist hospitals; he is a member of the Florida Society of Internal Medicine, American Medical Association, American Heart Association of Greater Miami, and the Florida Medical Association.
Ino is, not surprisingly, highly active within the community as well: not only is he affiliated with both the Miami Beach and Coral Gables Chambers of Commerce, but he also sits on the Hearing Research Institute’s Board of Directors. He sponsors countless charity organizations and events as well, such as Miami Project, Best Buddies, Make-A-Wish, Miami Beach Education Foundation, and more. When he is not busy saving the world from heart ailments, he can be found fishing, golfing, traveling or pursuing real estate projects with his daughter Oren and son Scott.
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with All Children's heart surgeon, Jeffrey P. Jacobs, M.D., FACS, FACC, FCCP.
Dr. Jacobs is director of the Andrews/Daicoff Cardiovascular Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute and professor of Cardiac Surgery in the Division of Cardiac Surgery of the Department of Surgery at Johns Hopkins University. He is also surgical director of the Heart Transplantation Program and director of the Extracorporeal Life Support Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute. Dr. Jacobs has been a cardiothoracic surgeon at All Children’s Hospital since 1998.
Recently, Dr. Jacobs led a team of 60 physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals from All Children's Hospital and healthcare organizations throughout the United States and the world to deliver life-saving care in the Caribbean. Under Jacobs' leadership, the team has operated on more than 90 children since the first trip in 2006.
To learn more about Dr. Jeffrey Jacobs, tune in Wednesday, March 4 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio
Dr. Terry A. Gordon graduated from Emory University with a degree in Psychology. Having completed his medical school training at what is now known as the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, a rotating internship at Doctors Hospital, Internal Medicine training at Akron General Medical Center, he then completed his Invasive Cardiology Fellowship at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
One of his missions in life is saving the lives of our most precious resource, our children. After the tragic death of Josh Miller, a 15-year old football player at Barberton High School, Dr. Gordon, as then president of the Summit County Ohio American Heart Association helped to raise the funds to place automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in every junior and high school. His community became the first county of its size in the nation to do so. For his efforts, the American Heart Association named him the National Physician of the Year 2002.
Through God’s direction, Terry has continued on his life’s path. In 2005, he was instrumental in procuring from the state of Ohio, $2.5 million. With a partnership with the American Heart Association and Akron General Medical Center, over 2,200 AEDs were placed in schools throughout the state of Ohio. He then convinced the state legislature to allocate an additional $2.5 million needed to complete the task of placing over 4500 devices in Ohio schools. This initiative included the cost of the AED, training five individuals in each school in the use of AEDs and CPR, as well as aligning the schools with their local paramedic units. Over 15,000 individuals received this training. Fifteen lives have been saved as a direct result of this initiative.
A WARRIOR’S HEART: Conquering Cardiac Disease and Living Abundantly Well
As a cardiologist, I routinely witness people’s lives, and their families, destroyed by the devastating effects of heart disease. Although our technology allows us to better handle cardiac disease, it offers nothing in regards to prevention or reversal of chronic disease. At Integrative Cardiology, we have stepped up to help all of our practice members learn how to take charge of their health and become independent in their health needs. Join Howard Schwartz, MD a Board certified Cardiovascular Disease specialist, who served as a course reviewer for the Institute for Functional Medicine in vascular biology and mind-body medicine and is a member of the Hospital Staff at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, as he explains the emerging discipline of Integrative Cardiology, and shares his “Heart Wellness and Lifestyle Program” as well as the principles of Cardiovascular, Nutritional, Functional, and Mind-Body Medicine.
Meet Dr. Schwartz in person at the March 29, 2015 NYC NAVEL expo www.navelexpo.com
Dr. Christopher SaltPaw received his Bachelor of Science in Material Science Engineering from RutgersUniversity,his Doctorate ofNaturopathic Medicinefrom Bastyr University.and his Masters inAcupuncture fromthe New York Collegeof Traditional ChineseMedicine.He has a lifelong dedication to healing and has worked with patients sufferingfrom manydifferent health conditionssuch as obesity,diabetes,hypertension,HIV/AIDS,and cancer.hile in Seatle.Prior to medicalschool,Dr.SaltPaw helped found amentoring programfor adolescents struggling to become conscious and positive adults.He also worked forseveralyears in thefoster care system withtroubledyouth and inthe pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.He has worked forsix years asthe Director of Nutrition at InVite HealthSince opening uphis practice in NYCin 2005,DrSaltPaw has worked extensively in helping individuals managetheir blood pressureand bloodsugar,with diet,nutrition, and exercise.Dr SaltPaw,joined a team of alternative healthpractitioners at the PEACE Health Center in Brooklyn to helpcombat the growing healthcrisis inthe innercity nd particularly inthe African American community.Completed training in Naturopathic Cardiology,He has conducted detoxification programs,managed sliding scale acupuncture clinic,and has used acupuncture to help numerous individuals with musculoskeletal pain as a resultof traumatic injury,attrition,orsome inflammatory process.Dr.SaltPaw has received Acupuncture Oncology training from the renowned Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
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Your Heart: Go Ahead and Eat at McDonald’s…
The premise of this show is to present different views on the treatment of heart disease specifically as it relates to the use of statins.
This show will feature Dr. Edward Kersh, MD,FACC
Dr. Edward Kersh is Chief of Cardiology at St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, and is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth University and Touro University. Dr. Kersh is an active teacher of cardiology fellows and medical students. In 2000 was honored with the Kaiser Foundation Teaching Award as voluntary teacher of the year at UCSF. He has also been given the Gold Headed Cane Award by the AOA Honor Society at UCSF and the Outstanding Teacher Award in Cardiology at CPMC. Dr. Kersh is an active teacher of cardiology fellows and medical students. He has been recognized by his peers by election to Best Doctors in America.
Dr. Christopher Bump, DC
Dr. Christopher J. Bump has created a unique model of health care by integrating Functional Medicine and Chiropractic. In addition to a Masters Degree from Columbia University in Human Nutrition and certifications in clinical nutrition with the AMA College of Nutrition, the International and American Council of Clinical Nutrition and he is also a Diplomat with the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition where he also presides on the Education Committee. He has been an adjunct instructor at Columbia University and numerous chiropractic organizations throughout the country. Dr. Bump is also a graduate of the Functional Medicine Institute.
WHERE HAS ALL THE HEALTH CARE GONE?
Been to the doctor lately? Or was it a physician’s assistant? What about all those annual tests we were told we needed? Had any of those lately? Been told you’re too old for a PAP test? What is going on in the world of doctors and patients and who makes all these decisions? And how do these decisions affect women who have been traumatized or abused?
So many changes, so many questions. What can we expect in the new world of affordable care?
If anyone can help us figure it out, it’s Lyle Larson, PhD, PA-C, Chief Physician Assistant, University of Washington Medical Center, and Teaching Associate, Division of Cardiology, Electrophysiology Section. Lyle teaches, practices, and has worked with and edited several scholarly publications. He writes and lectures in the medical field, working with not only physicians and physicians’ assistants, but also with research and funding.
With so much of the dialog about health care centering on cost and accessibility, it’s sometimes hard to realize that the day to day visiting of the doctor’s office or the emergency room may be altered by all the changes. Let’s learn more about what we are facing in our medicine-doctor-patient futures.
Lyle is joining us this Saturday to talk about health concerns and questions we face as we go down a new road to treatment and relationships in the era of health care reform.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to talk about what is new, what we need to know and what we should expect as we go forward to health care’s next face.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways
Author Dr. Deane Waldman did his homework; as University of Chicago’s former head of pediatric cardiology he knows that our healthcare system is sick and in desperate need of a emergancy care.
According to his book “The Cancer In Healthcare: How Greed Is Killing What We Love,” healthcare itself has become a very sick patient, with the cancer of greed and bureaucracy adversely affecting doctors and patients alike. “Something is very wrong ... and though some blame insurance companies, hospitals or government, there is something far more insidious at work and Americans need to know the truth.” Dr. Waldman is working at the grass roots level to start a larger national dialog to talk about what good patient care should look like and how we can over-hall a top-heavy bureaucratic system to one that allows doctors to give real patient care. In short: he wants to put the ‘care’ back in healthcare.
“You are no longer a sick patient in need of healthcare. You are now a revenue source for doctor and hospital, a
consumer of big pharma products and an expense item for insurance under our current system. Worse of all, you
have become a vote-for-sale in Washington says Dr.Waldman.