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Twinkle VanFleet of RSD(S)-CRPS Advisory www.CRPSAdvisory.com will discuss Functional Restoration for the pain patient.
Diagnosed with CRPS type 2 (Causalgia) in 2003 after a January of 2001 fall where the tendons where torn from the bones in her right foot in a work related injury.
Discussing both the physical and psychological aspects of pain and what we can do to help ourselves forward into learning and maintaining a better quality of life.
She attended the Compass Center for Functional Restoration in Sacramento CA, a 6 week long, 5 day a week, 7 hour a day, outpatient multi-disciplinary program focusing on new direction's. The Center believes this is a life approach not just treating the pain but the whole person.
Years ago it became her passion and purpose to promote guidance, awareness,
resources and information to those who have been diagnosed with Reflex
Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome as well as to
those who wish to learn and understand it.
A Group Leader for MDJunction's Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy's support Forum
As an Advocate for RSD/CRPS she's active in promoting several websites via
her own and networking.
We don't have to be a sufferer, but instead, work toward being a survivor.
There's always hope!
Saying "I Do" to RSD
Today you are going to meet a wonderful couple. Jane has RSD and met her now husband, Gus, after she had been struggling with it for some time.
They fell in love and decided to get married; knowing full well what may lie ahead for them.
They just celebrated their one year anniversary recently.
Join us for an inspiring show. Meet both Jane and Gus. Find out how they manage to keep love alive, despite the challenges of daily living with this disabling condition called CRPS or aka as RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy).
Peace and Blessings,
This evening on the Porch we will discuss how predictive programing and an ever ready Boule' class play roles in creating apologetic, sympathetic, and forgiving Negroes that stagnates any ground we make in racial politics. We're going to talk about how that creates the climate for the ongoing condition of our community. We're going to dive into recent events such as the apology of Levi Pettit, president of Oklahoma University's Sigma Alpha Epsilon who was recently recorded singing a bigotted song about lynching Black people as he was escorted to the news conference by State Senator Anastasia Pittman and a hoard of other forgiving blacks and look at the history of such behavior and the collateral damage that does to the progression of Black liberation.
So,make sure that you tune in and if you feel strong enough about it call in! So, make sure that you tune in to this week's episode of From the Front Porch with Professor Carl Tone Jones on The Initiative Radio Network at (914) 803-4571 at 6:30pm Est Friday evening.
You can also listen to the live broadcast by clicking on the link below.
And the winner of the Best Narrative Feature at the 2015 Garden State Film Festival is Windsor! The film follows 6 friends in their last year of high school as they prepare to leave their small, struggling Texas hometown, a place caught up in the wheels of giant agribusiness that seems to swallow up small farming towns. Maisie (Madelyn Deutch), whose father is about to be released from prison, decides she can’t leave town where she has been embraced since the dark day when her father nearly killed the man whose company foreclosed on their family farm resulting in long-term devastation on his family. The town patriarch, Gil Denton (perfectly played by character actor Barry Corbin), a no-nonsense, wealthy landowner dying from cancer, and he serves as a sounding board and sympathetic friend, while providing the kids a wistful link to a past they will never know. Set in current time, Windsor reminds us that small town values are worth saving, and that the mouse does indeed occasionally roar. Porter Farrell wrote, directed, and produced Windsor, his first film, along with Producer Adam Dietrich. Everything about the film is so well executed, that you’ll be hard pressed to believe this is Farrell’s first film. The movie also features Quinn Shephard, who received the Rising Star Award from the GSFF, an honor bestowed on an up-and-coming actor/actress with NJ roots. This film is a winner on multiple levels. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
1st SEGMENT: ~STATE OF OUR UNION~
TOPIC: Americas Dirty Lil Secret...The Slave I Didn't Know I was! Today We're gonna look at the hidden world of SLAVERY in America and it's hiding places, its statutes, its Laws, and its virus like influence. Where it still exist even in the 21st Century and one of the biggest SLAVE indescretions un-known standing in plain sight!
2nd SEGMENT: ~BEHIND CLOSED DOORS~
TOPIC: The FIRE of a Compliment, The PASSION of how it's heard! We're going to look at and experiment with the nuances of Paying and Receiving a COMPLIMENT. Where they come from and how spilling the deepest of sincerities, can cause even the most stone-walled heart to turn an Sympathetic flutter.
On March 18 my guest will be Ann Bonfiglio. Ann is founder and executive director of Partnership for Student Advancement. Her life-long goal has been to help underprivileged minority youth improve their future through a career.
She has taught high school students preparing girls for the New York State Regents exams, and has tutored in remedial English classes at Kingsborough College.
To quote Ann, “All my life I have been concerned and sympathetic towards young people who are members of families in the poorer segment of our society, and who do not have the financial ability to support the education of their children. In bringing up and educating my five children here in New York City ‘s public schools, I was constantly aware of this problem.
One major factor that prompted me to start this charity was the pro bono work of my late husband, an attorney. He was an inspiration to me since he was always giving legal advice to poor families and representing them at little or no charge.
Personally, I believe that every child here in America deserves the opportunity for a bright future. I am passionate about helping as many young people as possible through PSA to identify jobs and careers, find personal fulfillment and make a life for themselves.”
Today's guset Dr. Jeff Senechal is a Chiropractic graduate of Life University in Marietta, Georgia and has been an associate with Dr. Tent since 2009. He utilizes CRA (Contact Reflex Analysis) for assessment and diagnosis both in Chiropractic Care and Nutrition. Dr. Senechal is also certified through the Functional Medicine University as a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (CFMP). He is pursuing a Diplomat in Nutrition.
He is very active in his community and lectures on various health topics several times a year. You can find his recent health lectures on DVD at the his office or on YouTube via the Diverse Health Services. Dr. Senechal is also a member of the South Lyon Business Network International Group and Michigan Association of Chiropractors.
Dr. Senechal's passion is alternative healthcare and he strives to change the mindset of people by getting them to think outside the box.
To contact Dr. Jeff Senechal
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My name is Keith Davis and I have impacted thousands of people’s lives as a business owner and officer of many organizations over the past 35 years, including the Network Marketing Industry.
I have owned “The Keith Davis Show” for over 7 years, retired 5 years ago from the telecommunications industry as a business systems and fiber optics technician, and earned my fiber optic splicer certification.
Working with teams and for the benefit of others has always been a strong passion of mine as is evident in my having held positions in many not-for-profit agencies over the last 35 years. Telephone Pioneers of America, Foresters not-for-profit Insurance Company, and The United Negro College Fund, to name a few, raising funds and managing and working with organizations like The Muscular Dystrophy Association, Easter Seals Foundation, The American Red Cross, MS Foundation, and many more.
Being a leader and working as a team-player is also of paramount importance to me. I was President of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union 396 in Las Vegas, Nevada (2002-2007), Executive Vice President for the Coalition of Black Trade Unionist in Las Vegas, Nevada (2004-2008), and President of the Spellbinder Speech Club (1988-1992). When you work with me on my team, we get things done!
I live in Las Vegas, Nevada with my beautiful wife Wanda, have 2 lovely daughters and 6 wonderful grandchildren. Family is precious to me and my goal is to help others spend more time with their families.
Bonetta M. Lynch is a native of Queens, New York and has dedicated her life to inspire and motivate individuals to release their God-given talents. Diagnosed with scoliosis and neuromuscular disease from birth, Bonetta refuses to let her disability or society define who she is. She had learned to “live life” in spite of her challenges and not according to someone else’s standards. Armed with a deep spiritual belief in God, she used her struggles to encourage and inspire others to live their dreams, discover the knowledge and true potential to reach their level of destiny. As a makeup artist for 16 years, she has had the opportunity to use her creative skills in various arenas in fashion video, television, and film for celebrities, political figures and social society. This accomplished business woman runs her mobile notary, process service and production company, “Sister II Sister” Now she has been given the gift to walk in faith to her calling as a newly acclaimed author, writer and life coach. Her recent project as contributing author and write of a new powerful book, “Cheers! To Your Success”, has encouraged her creativity and she is currently working on her first book entitled, “Intimate Soul Talk, Daily Devotionals for the Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit”, which will be completed by the fall of 2011. Besides her passion for volunteer-ism, community awareness and various organizations of Autism Speaks, The Muscular Dystrophy Association, Breast Cancer and Colon Cancer Awareness (just to name a few) her biggest joy is being a proud and loving mother of her beautiful son Christopher, who is autistic. Currently she is completing her B.S. Degree in Human Services / Psychology at SUNY Empire State College in New York. Every great dream begins with a dreamer.
This show is dedicated to my Sister Bessie Maria Lyles. It is her Bearthday today. Were she alive today, she would be celebrating her 60th Bearthday on today. She had muscular dystrophy and cerebral palsy. she never walked a day in her life and she taught meto dance. She was my best freiend in many ways. I related to her plight because of the abuse I was inflicted with. Not the same as not being able to walk and to dieing young, but a plight all the same. And she understood and helped me maintain my sanity in the midst of it all.
Also on today's show we welcome back Carmelita, President and Founder of the Rose Breast Cancer Society. She will be sharing about her upcoming Bearthday/ Fundraising Party at and for Elderberries Vegan Restaurant Santurary.
This week's Theme: PATIENCE from Volume I, Truth #3 The ORACLE Presents Ten Pages of Nothing But The Truth
Have patience with your G-D, yourself, with those you consider family and friends. Patience goes way beyond waiting your turn when you have something to say or waiting your turn in line. It means letting things play out even when you want it yesterday, right now and just can't wait.
They say G-D may not come when you want but is always on time. It's your level of patience that makes the wait bearable. The more patience you have the more bearable the pain, suffering, the degree of tials and tribulations that come with living.
Patience with your self and those you love requires an acceptance of the level of your and their capacitiy or lack there of. Be patient with what you can do and with that you can't, be patient with the time it takes to learn how.
Dr Michael Platt has published a book, "Adrenaline Dominance: A Revolutionary Approach to Wellness". He examines the role that adrenaline may plan in a number of conditions that are quite often misunderstood, including ADHD, Irritable bowel syndrome, PTSD and Autism. He offers dietary ways to control the over-production of adrenaline.
With a background in diseases that cause pheochromocytoma -- a tumor that causes over-production of adrenaline -- Joyce is eager to discuss with him how to differentiate between pheos and the kind of medically treatable adrenaline dominance that he discusses in his book. Pheos are difficult to diagnose, and they notoriously do not respond to medical treatment. Undiagnosed pheos can be life-threatening if they are not diagnosed and removed, especially during pregnancy. Some pheos can even metastasize. If you have a pheo, it is extremely important to diagnose and remove this dangerous tumor. Pheos are also sometimes called paragangliomas, especially when they occur in the region of the chest or neck. They can occur anywhere from the earlobe to the groin, on either side of the body, along the sympathetic nervous system.
Please listen and participate in this discussion.
For more information on pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma, please see
There are more than 20 tiny genetic flaws that can increase one's chance of having a pheo or para. If you know that any of these conditions runs in your family, be sure to get tested for the presence of one of these tumors before embarking on Dr. Platt's treatments. It will be easier to diagnose the pheo-para before this treatment.
Father, if I participated in an abortion, would I need to confess this? The answer was yes.
Father, if I utilized Artificial Birth Control, would I need to confess this? The answer was yes.
Father, if I was under orders to interrogate a Prisoner of War using sleep deprivation, isolation, and or waterboarding, would I need to confess this? The answer is no. Unless there was an abuse that clearly the Bishops intent would be torture.
From my article, The Catholic Defender: The Torture Debate, I presented the following:
“On the issue of sleep deprivation, what the Bishops considered torture was the prolonged interrogation without sleep that could run 180 hrs with limited breaks, little food and drink. That would constitute as torture. But sleep deprivation in itself was not torture, it is the obvious abuse of it.”
“On the question of isolation, using a hood or placing a Prisoner in isolation was not torture, but again it would be the abuse of placing a Detainee in darkness for days and weeks without interaction, without opportunity to exercise, without food or water would constitute as torture.”
“The big one that people seem to base most of their argument on is water boarding. Water boarding does not cause “SEVERE” pain or suffering, but admittedly, it is not a pleasant experience. It creates the reflex of drowning. The USCCB has not made any of these issues classified as torture. Of course these can be torture, especially when used by our enemies.
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