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Native of Brooklyn NY, Presently lives in Maryland
Medical Degree 1978 State University of NY, Syracuse
President of Healthnets Review Services and Davis Book Reviews
Media advisor for health care and related issues
Journalist credited with hundreds of articles: medical and politics
Federal Lobbyist for health issues
Three books written:
The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide for Rapid Weight Loss
Demons of Democracy
Obamacare: Dead on Arrival, A Prescription for Disaster (2013)
Thirty years medical practice in Internal Medicine/nutrition/geriatrics
Prior manager of multiple health facilities/nursing homes
Book under discussion
Obamacare: Dead on Arrival, A Prescription for Disasters
This book discusses the detriments of a government controlled medical system from the health care professional’s perspective. Specifically it notes how the rationing of services will affect everyone in some manner or form. Under Obamacare services and access are limiting factors contrary to the government’s assertion that they are not. The chapters display, through many real life examples, how limiting services can bring great harm and even death to those who require health care the most. Special attention to the legal, moral, ethical and economic implications of Obamacare are discussed throughout this book. The author’s inclination is Obamacare should be abandoned and the Supreme Court was absolutely wrong in their assessment.
The deadline to enroll for health insurance is March 31st. What do you need to know? What are the plans? If you enroll on March 31st when is the policy active? What is the penalty if you don't enroll? Join Dr. Taffy, author of "Obamacare Made Easy" to get information on "Obamacare".
In this edition of the Encouragement Group David Gerber analyzes the story of Willy Wonka and draws the comparison to hitting bottom and recovery. In Willy Wonka the character Charlie uses, gets high, and hits bottom when he finds out he lost out on the chocolate. And yet, when Charlie gets honest, he attains a life beyond his wildest dreams. Michael Boccia shares with participants the importance of getting outside of our comfort zone in order to receive the miracle.
Best of SCI Recovery Radio: This week the St. Christopher’s Inn Recovery Radio Podcast is hosted by Director of Nursing and Admissions Laurel McCullagh who interviews David Gerber on the topic of bullying. David discusses the changing nature of bullying today in schools as well as it’s relationship to the choice to abuse chemicals, and it’s impact in chemical dependency treatment.
In this edition of the Recovery Radio Podcast host David Gerber is joined by Michael Boccia for a discussion about relationships in early recovery. Early recovery is the most vulnerable time in the recovery process. Alcoholics and addicts often seek validation through relationships in the early stages of the recovery process. David and Michael explore these difficulties and the benefits of getting to know oneself.
There's no such thing as a free ride!! What would happen if people who received a subsidy under Obamacare discover part of it or all of it will have to be paid back in 2015 when they do their taxes for 2014? Will they feel it was a benefit or wish they had taken the penalty? What does a person do who have insurance and the deductible is high? Or that person has out of pocket expenses? What is your Plan B?
In the latest edition of the Recovery Radio Podcast host David Gerber interviews Michael Boccia on the topic of internal vs external motivation. Together they delve into the mind of most clients that enter treatment, who are "Mandated, Jobdated, Momdated" etc. They discuss how to help move the chemically dependent from external to internal motivation that faciliates a lasting recovery.
Addiction recovery, how can you get through Step 5 and share with God and another person the exact nature of your wrongs and why does that help you with your addiction recovery? Why do most addiction rehab programs use the 12 step program? What are the 12 steps and why do you need to go to AA meetings for addiction support?
This week, on Recovery Now!, Ned, Dan and Debbie continue their discussion of the 12 steps with an indepth discussion of Step 5.
Visit Drug-Addiction-Support.org for more support and information.
Drug and alcohol addiction are VERY hard problems that many don't recover from. Heroin, marijuana and alcohol addiction are on the rise all over the world. What can someone do to end their addiction?
Most addiction rehab centers use the 12 steps for addiction treatment. Why should an addict go to AA meetings to end their addiction? Why does doing Step 5 of the 12 step program work for those struggling to recover from addiction, this week on Recovery Now!
Visit Drug-Addiction-Support.org for more information and support.
Join me Sunday April 20,2014 12:00 PM EST As I speak with Harry Jordan about his desire to compete in the NPC as a bodybuilder and his recovery from brain surgery,also IFBB Pro Glorira Faulls and i will tackle pertinent issues and concerns within the realm of competitve bodybuilding.Folow onlne by clicking on the active link or call in to speak to the host or guests.Follow me on Face book @ The Mouth And The Muscle Show Page or Frank Robinson@Facebook.com, IFBB Pro Gloria Faulls @ Facbook , Twitter@Mouthandmuscle, Instagram @ Frankierb
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