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Dr. Richard P. Brown, MD, reviews what symptoms in Parkinson's recovery may respond to complementary, alternative, or integrative treatments. He discusses the most promising options, their pros and cons, and how to use them.
Dr. Brown believes that the patient can use these modalities and work on improving lifestyle and cycles as a means to recharge their dopamine system, which is critical for reducing symptoms. These approaches will not replace prescription medicine for Parkinson's. However, they will enhance the effectiveness of those medications and improve the quality of life. People can expect to have more energy, ability to move, mental clarity and engagement with the world. His Website: www.haveahealthymind.com
Dr. Brown has authored (with others) The Rhodiola Revolution, How to Use Herbs, Nutrients and Yoga in Mental Health and The Healing Power of the Breath
The Healing Power of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, with BlogTalkRadio Host Iqbal Ishani, Kris Costello Host of Wellness Talk Radio and Ann Fonfa of the Annie Appleseed Project. Ann Fonfa;. www.annieappleseedproject.org Kris Costello; Producer: firstname.lastname@example.org Iqbal Ishani; Producer. http://www.IQbalance.com Iqbal Ishani; Do you want music to calm you when you come home from a busy / crazy day, then download my Music 'Inner Smile Qi' CD for $9.97 or do you need to Focus then down load my 'Focus' CD for $9.97 www.healingtv.ca/online_store.htm
Did you know there are alternative or complementary treatments for cancer out there? And they are often used alongside conventional chemo, radiation and surgical approaches, and provide surprising rates of success. Dr. Veronica interviews experts in areas such as ayurveda, nutrition, acupuncture and others. Russell Cook co-hosts.
Email your questions to Dr Alison. The best question will win: "The Little Book of Energy".
Many professionals find their lives deeply affected by symptoms of stress and hormonal imbalance, such as tiredness, mood swings, depression, lack of focus, and weight gain.
Their productivity at work and their relationships at home suffer in equal measure. To cap it all, this has a profound impact on their long term health, and accelerates ageing. In short, professionals need to avoid stress at all cost – or adjust their response to it.
Dr Alison helps women and men in the professions through their own transformation to a VIBRANT life, using her 7-step Vitality System. Dr Alison is an inspirational holistic doctor who empowers professional and entrepreneurial women and men to manage their energy and stress, allowing them to live life fully.
Dr Alison’s dynamic and highly effective system of blending modern medicine with complementary therapies started as a result of a car accident that broke her back in two places; she was just 17 and about to start medical school. She soon found that painkillers were not enough to get her through, so she developed a.... Tune in to find out more. Call the show and 'Talk with Dr Alison!'
On the Wednesday October 16th 2013 broadcast our special guest is Aliza Cicerone, ND, FABNO a Naturopathic Oncology physician based in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Program note: In November 2013 Dr. Cicerone will relocate to San Diego and serve as the Medical Director at Spark Health. As integrative oncology continues to make inroads into what has been considered the sole turf of traditional western medicine oncology practice the value proposition of an 'integrative approach' (primary, adjuvant, complementary etc.) continues to be discussed both in and outside of the medical community as well as in empowered patient circles. Yet the 'evidence based' debate continues. As nationally prominent 'cancer centers' continue to incorporated integrative practices into their treatment protocols, today we hear from someone close to the action and dive into the plans of one San Diego based oncology practice to add intergrative oncology to a traditional western medicine scope of practice. Join us!
Ann Fonfa was informed she had breast cancer in 1993. Rather than go the traditional route of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, she chose a different path. Ann pursued alternative therapies. Did she have a death wish by deviating from the accepted treatment paradigm? Apparently not! After all, she's our special guest this evening!
Due to her success in beating breast cancer and the medical journey she traveled, Ann realized there are many others that could benefit from her lessons learned. It wasn't long before she created a website, christianed it "The Annie Appleseed Project," and formed a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.
Ann hosts an annual conference attended by many from around the world, speaks at numerous summits and events, has been interviewed on countless TV and radio shows, and June 24 at 7pm eastern she joins us on the Because Hope Matters Radio Hour.
Ann's mission is to educate everyone that traditional oncology, for many, is a start. However, Integrative Oncology, which adds complimentary and alternative therapies to the equation, might be worthy of consideration.
Ann will share what she's learned and provide us with some "out of the box" thoughts and suggestions when battling cancer. We hope you enjoy this exciting interview.
Dr. Larry Dossey is an internal medicine physician, former Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital, and former co-chairman of the Panel on Mind/Body Interventions, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Mediciine, National Institutes of Health. He is executive editor of the peer-previewed journalExplore: The Journal of Science and Healing.
He is the author of twelve books on the role of consciousness and spirituality in health, which have been translated into languages around the world. His most recent book isONE MIND: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters. He lectures around the world.
Georgina Cannon, Board Certified Hypnotherapist is a Doctor of Metaphysical Counselling, NLP Master, Timeline practitioner, Past Life Regression Therapist and accredited Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists, the Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association and the International Board of Regression Therapies.
She is recognized by many in the media as “The Source” for expert opinion in the field of hypnotherapy and issues around complementary wellness treatments, and she regularly meets with medical and wellness professionals to enhance their knowledge and awareness of hypnosis and the dynamic healing potential of soul, or past life journeys.
She is also on the Advisory Board of the National Guild of Hypnotists. Georgina specializes in enabling clients to achieve major life changes, healing personal and emotional issues, and she facilitates Past Life Research and Regression sessions. Dr. Georgina Cannon has been featured in many national print and broadcast news articles and television programs, including a three-part, one-hour series on CBC Television, broadcast in the fall of 2004.
For more about Dr. Georgina Cannon visit: http://www.ont-hypnosis-centre.com/
Despite what many think of as an incredibly complex predictive tool, astrology has aspects of it that are quite easily understood and incredibly useful. As a predictive tool, when properly used and interpreted, astrology can immediately illustrate a theme for a time and place that is extremely valuable when making plans, adjusting to relationships, or deciding how to pursue a career. Chris Flisher is a nationally recognized astrologer, an accomplished artist, teacher, speaker, writer, and radio host. Chris draws on his deep knowledge of astrology to create individual soul maps as well as healing mandalas. Astrology provides direct insight into the characteristics of the person, while the spiritual art of the mandala reflects the tangible experience of the healing soul. Using these time-tested tools Chris is able to guide people towards fulfilling their true purpose. Chris sees astrology and the mandala as complementary tools, that together, bring about greater understanding of the Self and provide guidance and optimism for challenging and changing times.
His desire to share this unique approach led him to launch his weekly radio show,"Turning of the Wheel" in September of 2007. The popular show features weekly discussions on a broad range of topics but primarily on astrology, art, and spiritual adventure. Chris is the author of “Mandalas ~ Spirit In Art” © 2007 (Blue Star Press) a collection of his artwork and descriptive writings, and he is a regular contributor to numerous national publications and on-line blogs about astrology. He can be found on Face Book, Twitter, and YouTube as well as Awakening ZoneRadio. His weekly newsletter has been a very popular subscription service.
Nutrition and the Mind/Body Approach to Healing Dr. John Mark received his medical degree from the University of Kansas and completed a residency in pediatrics at Children’s Mercy Hospital, University of Missouri, Kansas City. He continued his training in pediatric pulmonary medicine during his fellowship at the University of Rochester, Rochester, New York. Dr Mark, in 1999, went to the University of Arizona to complete the first fellowship in Pediatric Integrative Medicine funded by the National Institute of Health. He now is on the faculty at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford since July, 2005. Dr. Mark has been utilizing different complementary and alternative health care practices in his patients with chronic pulmonary illnesses such asthma and cystic fibrosis. He is interested in nutrition and the mind/body approach to healing, trying to minimize medication and emphasizes such things as exercise.
He frequently speaks on the topics of using integrative medicine in respiratory disorders and the use of herbal remedies in patient with chronic pulmonary problems. Since joining the faculty at Stanford, Dr. Mark has started an exercise program for patients with cystic fibrosis. He is the Pediatric Fellowship Program Director for the Pulmonary Division, Associate Director for the pediatric residency program and the Medical Director for the Case Management Departments as well as the new program for Complex Care Coordination at Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University.
Own Your Health: Your Sick Child
Dr. John D. Mark, M.D.
This show will bring together authors of Reading in a Participatory Culture (2012) and the complementary digital book Flows of Reading, to discuss what it means to be a reader and writer in an increasingly participatory culture. Both books exemplify an expanded concept of the term "text" and model a new type of reader -- one who reads across different media and understands reading as an act of sharing, deconstructing, and making meaning. We hope to open a conversation about what "counts" as reading and all the kinds of reading we perform in our everyday lives.
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