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You’ve heard the phrase, “Physician Heal Thyself but the truth is that many physicians are too busy seeing patients and working long hours to take care of themselves. The result is physicians who are tired, unhappy, over weight and have health problems. It’s important to learn the tools necessary to be a happy and healthy healer. Join Kimberly and her guest Susie Garcia, who will be giving some great advice on how physicians can improve their health, happiness and lifestyle with limited time and a busy medical practice. Susie is an award-winning Dietitian who helps people to address better food habits, and healthier living. Her vision is to inspire and empower everyone she meets to lead a healthier lifestyle.
Susie is the Founder and Owner of Nutrition for Your Lifestyle in the San Francisco Bay Area and provides international consulting services to individuals and business. Susie is a #1 International Best Selling author, speaker, and nutrition expert and is the co-author of Psyched to be Skinny and Start Right Marketing. Susie has appeared on ABC, CBS, and FOX affiliate television stations, NPR affiliate Radio, internet radio and filmed over twenty healthy cooking videos for eHow.com. She is a Nutrition Subject Matter Expert for the recently launched app, HiQ, (Health IQ), a Silicon Valley start-up on a mission to increase the health literacy of the world. Susie’s VIP coaching program for doctors is designed to improve energy levels, performance and productivity. For more info on Susie you can visit her website http://thesusiegarcia.com Email: Susie@TheSusieGarcia.com or call 925.386.6743
The Wisconsin EMS Live broadcast on Tuesday, April 14 is dedicated to Community Paramedicine and recent action by the Physicians Advisory Committee.
The CommunityParamedicine conversation will run from 9:00 to 9:40 a.m. Our guests include Minnesota Ambulance Association’s Buck McAlpin, PAAW President Patrick Ryan, and city of Milwaukee Fire Department’s Michael Wright. All three are deeply involved in CP and building the infrastructure to deliver it the right way here in Wisconsin. Like anything new or evolving some education and learning is required to move forward, and there will be many questions to ask and answer.
Community Paramedicine programs have been evolving in Minnesota, Colorado and Texas. An architect in Minnesota’s CP development is Buck McAlpin, director of government affairs for the Minnesota Ambulance Association and North Memorial Medical Transportation in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. Given his experience in leading CP concepts in Minnesota, McAlpin’s knowledge and expertise is being sought nationally, to include by the Professional Ambulance Association of Wisconsin.
At 9:40 a.m. we’ll be joined by Dr. Suzanne Martens, Chair of the Physicians Advisory Committee. Her group recently recommended use of nitrous oxide as an option to control pain management at the Advanced EMT level and higher. Another recommendation is allowing one paramedic and one trained airway technician to perform a medication assisted advanced airway procedure that under current situations requires two paramedics.
As always, the live show offers caller questions. Make sure to listen live on your phone or any internet connected device on Tuesday, April 14 starting at 9:00 a.m. central time and lasting 60 minutes.
Dr. Richard Weiskopf will speak about his experiences as a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility and his involvement in peace activities in Central New York and abroad.
Survey Reveals Physicians Prefer Filtered Sunshine
A conversation with Michaeline Daboul, CEO of MMIS, about her company's third annual survey of doctors and their knowledge of the Sunshine Act. The survey found that physicians are actually less informed than they were one year ago.
Is it possible to be well with something as simple as light? Once you understand how light behaves on our cells, your answer will be YES!
Novel approach of using light to signal the body to correct vascular imbalances concludes the world’s first published double blind-study. Researchers reported that placing a small red light in the sinus cavity makes:
Improvements in blood viscosity, and red blood cell aggregation (associated with many diseases including diabetes)
Improvements of blood lipid metabolite including decreased total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol while increasing HDL cholesterol.
Study conclusion (intranasal) light therapy may improve blood lipid and hemorheologic behavior in patient with Coronary Heart Disease or Cerebral-Infraction
The sinus cavity is easy access to deliver light to the “command center” of the body, the hypothalamus, pineal and pituitary glands. This area is saturated with photo receptors which respond to light.
Imagine a device the size of a few stacked credit cards, which may improve blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes: a universal adaptogenic remedy to reverse the effects of degenerative diseases (aging).
A medical breakthrough in self-healthcare which is a small light inserted into 1 nostril for 25 minutes per day during almost any other activity including driving, watching TV, exercising.
There is a large body of evidence from over 50 years of international studies on “blood irradiation” which has many names from blood photo-luminesce to photo oxidation.
This emerging new science is called PBM (Photo Bio-Modulation).
The Physician Spotlight Radio Show featuring Dr. Richard Lohr - Decatur, Illinois
Meet Dr. Lohr LIVE in this One-to-One interview of 1 of the Premiere Physicians in ILLINOIS who specializes in BACK PAIN, LEG PAIN, SCIATICA caused often by SLIPPED, BULGING or HERNIATED Spinal Discs.
Learn HOW Dr. Lohr is able to help some of the most challenging and chronic BACK PAIN patients with a SPECIFIC treatment method that helps patients avoid narcotics, injections and surgery.
Meet Dr. Lohr "CLOSE-UP" in this exciting interview.
Clayton graduated from Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research (GSSWSR) in 2010 with dual masters in Social Services (MSS) and Law and Social Policy (MLSP). While at GSSWSR, Clayton was a 2009 Ruth Mayden Scholar and was a 2010 Fellow with the Black AIDS Institute’s African American HIV University program. Clayton Ade-Andrew Ruley currently works at Prevention Point Philadelphia (PPP) as the Street-Side Health Project (SHP) Coordinator, an administrative position he has held for four years. In his role, he coordinates and assists clients in receiving free medical care from volunteer medical students and attending physicians from four of the cities major institutions the University of Penn, Drexel University, Thomas Jefferson University and Temple University. Clayton is also co-founder of GeoClan and editor in chief of GeoClan.com, an organization and online magazine about promoting positive social change through education, arts, technology and the empowerment of others. A social worker coming from a family of social workers, Clayton is a social justice advocate and user of media who loves to inform and be informed. A life-long Philadelphia resident, he enjoys rooting on all his Philadelphia sports teams and athletes. Clayton is 36 years old and lives in Philadelphia. Sistahs With Purpose is about being passionate about what we believe in, so don't miss this episode. See ya soon, Why & Yani Call in #773-897-6297
If employers want to maintain or reduce healthcare spending, one of the best places to start is with employees’ use of hospitals. The long-time mantra in addressing health care costs is to keep employees out of emergency rooms, avoid unnecessary hospital admissions and, if an employee or their dependent is admitted, get them out of the hospital as quickly as possible.
A growing number of employers and insurance companies are using different strategies to direct employees to the best care, including concierge medicine and virtual-physician-diagnostic services for minor medical conditions.
Join the CoHealth community as we talk with Alan Roga (StatDoctors) and Natalie Hodge (PersonalMedicinePlus) -- two physicians who are changing how and where physicians meet patients, including via virtual, computer-based visits, mobile apps and concierge services.
Bye-Bye Eric Holder! America's first African-Anerican Attorney Geneneral is vacating his office. The liberal left is in a panic; conservatives are asking "What took you so long?"
Why did Holder resign? Why now? Who will Obama nominate to replace him?
The speculations are going wild!
So Long, Marcus Welby, MD: Today's Health Care Is Suffocating Independent Physicians and How Some Changed to Thrive, addresses the most pressing issues facing U.S. doctors, and how the landscape is dramatically changing for them.
Steve Jacob, former nationally syndicated healthcare columnist and founding editor of D Healthcare Daily will be joining us to discuss the issue that is changing the way doctors practice and how your healthcare may change.
- Why physician autonomy is under siege and morale is declining
- Texas: A last bastion for independent physicians
- Medical stagnation: Survey says most physicians would not recommend a career in medicine
- Why physician suicide rate is higher than any other profession
- Why medical care is the leading cause of bankruptcy in U.S.
- How rising medical expenses are consuming a growing proportion of household budgets
- How 30 million more insured Americans will impact the unchanged provider base
- The high stakes of getting patients engaged in their health
- Why physicians aren’t talking to patients about the ACA
This and more at 8AM-10AM EST this morning "In the Pickle Barrel
The Physician Spotlight Radio Show featuring Dr. Carey Girgis - Westerville Ohio
Meet Dr. Girgis LIVE in this One-to-One interview of 1 of the Premiere Physicians in OHIO who specializes in BACK PAIN, LEG PAIN, SCIATICA caused often by SLIPPED, BULGING or HERNIATED Spinal Discs.
Learn HOW Dr. Girgis is able to help some of the most challenging and chronic BACK PAIN patients with a SPECIFIC treatment method that helps patients avoid narcotics, injections and surgery.
Meet Dr. Girgis "CLOSE-UP" in this exciting interview.
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Jeanine is a Certified Health Coach and 2008 graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in NYC.
She is the founder of Love Yourself to Health, and has a background in the pharmaceutical industry, which includes Sales and Marketing, and Assistant Project Management. She is currently a Health Coach, and works with executives and partners with various physicians who believe in offering a whole person approach to their patients. Jeanine is a frequent guest on various radio shows, and she is also a published author with her first book titled Love Yourself to Health...with Gusto! -ABC Guide for Surviving a Toxic Relationship.
Jeanine has such a deep appreciation for healthy relationships that support a life of love and self- nourishment. At the age of sixteen she was in a life threatening auto accident, and it was that tragic event that triggered an insatiable quest for wellness and wholeness inside and out. She was only seventeen when she felt desperate to understand which foods fostered a landscape for healing and which ones didn’t. Combine that with a decade long toxic relationship from which she emerged healthier than when she went in, and you get a gal who is deeply passionate about helping you to fall in love…with yourself! Toxic people are just as derailing to your wellness as committing nutritional slaughter is. Her inner travel bug has swept her away to her to sweet spots such as Bora Bora, Rio, Spain, Charleston, S.C. and the Big Apple. Jeanine, a mom of two, loves the natural high that a Latitude Adjustment provides, and knows that everything tastes better when it feeds the soul too. www.jeaninefinelli.com
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