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We have all been to conventional physicians for various health issues, but when was the last time you combined conventional medicine with alternative modalities? Maybe you could lower the dosage of a medication you are taking. Maybe you could incorporate exercise and a better meal plan to get on the road to a healthier lifestyle. Join The Integrated Physician to learn how integrative medicine could be an option for you!
Integrative medicine is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person (body, mind, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative. In other words, integrative medicine "cherry picks" the very best, scientifically validated therapies from both conventional and CAM systems. You don’t want to miss this show.
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Cheryl Walker has worked at the Maryland University of Integrative Health for more than 12 years in various positions and was recently selected as the new Vice President for Institutional Development and Chief Values Officer. She recently led the University’s process to create new foundational principles and collaborated on the development of its new mission, vision, and institutional values. For nearly 40 years, the Maryland University of Integrative Health has been one of the nation’s leading academic institutions for integrative health. It educates and prepares practitioners and leaders in health and wellness through transformative and relationship-centered programs that integrate ancient wisdom and contemporary science. The University offers graduate degrees and certificates in a wide range of healing disciplines. For more information, please visit www.muih.edu
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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
What is an Integrative Medicine Practitioner? Nancy Guberti , MS,CHN Integrative Practitioner with over 14 Years Exprience & Pam Crane, CMA, Toxic Disease Health Advocate & Producer Focus on Health Radio
Discuss Their Years of Experience With Integrative Medicine & Why Integrative Medicine&Functional Medicine Testing Help Change Lives
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Dr. Patricia Rockman is an associate professor with the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine; cross appointed to psychiatry. She is the chair of the Ontario College of Family Physicians Collaborative Mental Health Network and has a private practice in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and leads Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy groups. She has been educating healthcare providers in these areas for over 20 years and is the director of education at the Centre for Mindfulness Studies in Toronto, Canada. Visit the Centre’s website at www.mindfulnessstudies.com
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How can integrative medicine be used in fertility treatment? What alternative treatments work to increase your chance of success with infertility? What complimentary medicine techniques can help when trying to conceive? Our guest today to talk about integrative medicine in infertility treatment and IVF is Dr. Carmelo Sgarlata, a Reproductive Endocrinologist and the director of Integrative Medicine at the Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area.acupuncture and infertility, acupressure and infertility, Chinese Medicine and infertility, Homeopathy and infertility, Chinese herbs and infertility, mind/body and infertility, massage and infertility.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here: Blog summary of the show Highlights More Creating a Family resources on alternative and integrative medicine in fertility can be found here.
This week I interview Dr. Jason Kelberman of DrKelberman.com. Dr. Kelberman is the owner and founder of the Westside Wellness Center, a holistic center for education, nonsurgical treatment and prevention programs, in Los Angeles, Ca. Board certified in integrative medicine with an emphasis on the triad of health (Physical, Chemical and Mental). His clinic specializes in the drugless management of metabolic disorders like Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy. Their treatments are designed to eliminate acute or chronic pain as fast as possible. His team utilizes blood and urine analysis, lifestyle changes, nutritional therapies, chiropractic care, physical therapy modalities, acupuncture without needles and exercise rehabilitation.
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Integrative/functional medicine Benefits of seeing an integrative medical practitioner Natural Neuropathy Treatment Natural Diabetes Treatment Personalized Supplementation
Education is the key to a bettering the lives of Indigenous People, which is why it is important to have this discussion tonight.
Join host Natalie Brown, WnT Board of Directors member who will be joined by Brenda Golden, WnT Board of Directors member and Radio Team Chair, and other guests.
“The American Indian Studies paradigm is grounded in the experiences of American Indian nations, peoples, communities, and organizations from American Indian perspectives. Its principles are rooted in the concepts of sovereignty and indigenousness. It recognizes that disparate worldviews, literatures, knowledge systems, political structures, and languages characterize Indian societies within the United
States but that they share commonalities that link them with other indigenous peoples of the world. It acknowledges that colonialism has impacted the sovereignty, human rights, landholdings, religious freedom, health, welfare, and cultural integrity of Indian nations.”
History has never been accurate or completely truthful for the American Indian. We intend to change that through educational and informative talks on a variety of issues that impact and affect Indian Country. www.whispernthunder.org
NCSS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SUSAN GRIFFIN IS OUR GUEST AND SHE BRINGS WITH NCSS PRESIDENT STEVE ARMSTRONG. THE SAINT LOUIE CONFERNCE IS AROUND THE CORNER. CAN'T HAVE A DEMOCRACY WITH GOOD CIVICS AND SOCIAL EDUCATION. MORE ON THAT ALL SHOW
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Adam Rubel is the founder of SaqBe at the request of Mayan elders he met in Guatelamala.
Saq' Be' - Organization for Mayan and Indigenous Spiritual Studies is a non-profit organization in our third year of existence. The organization is operated on a completely volunteer basis primarily by Co-Directors Adam Rubel (28) and Zoraida Palacios (31), with one other board member, as well as what we receive in the way of additional support from the broader community. Saq' Be' was formed at the request of Mayan Ajq'ij (priests).
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