BlogTalkRadio uses cookies. By using our services, you're agreeing to our Cookies Policy. Got it

Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Ellen Wood: Grow Younger & Dr. Benedetto:Dermatologic Surgery

  • Broadcast in Self Help
Jo Anne White

Jo Anne White

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Jo Anne White.
h:148756
s:1513851
archived
Ellen Wood is my first amazing guest. At 74, she’s on a mission to show people how to grow younger, and she is living proof that it’s possible!


In 2004, Wood began a daily program of practices she created with the goal of growing younger, and it worked. She’s regained the energy she enjoyed 30 years ago; has a clearer, sharper mind and stronger body.


This success in reversing the aging pattern lead Wood to share her techniques for growing younger. She's appeared on national and local TV and radio.


In her first book, The Secret Method for Growing Younger, Wood describes processes to uncover and replace unconscious beliefs that block the possibility of growing younger. Wood’s book has been endorsed by notable physicians including David Simon MD, Larry Dossey MD, and C. Norman Shealy MD, PhD.


My second guest is Dr. Anthony V, Benedetto, who completed his internship, residency and surgical training at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. He returned to Philadelphia to begin his practice in dermatologic surgery.


He was the first physician in Pennsylvania to practice Mohs surgery for skin cancer. Dr. Benedetto is the founder and medical director of the Dermatologic SurgiCenter in Philadelphia, PA and in Drexel Hill, PA, where he practices Mohs Surgery and Cosmetic and Procedural Dermatologic Surgery.


He’s also the director of fellowship training in Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology. He’s currently Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.


Dr. Benedetto was named 'Dermatologist of the Year' (2009). He’s authored and co-authored 65 articles in peer review journals and textbook chapters.

Comments