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  • Live & Upcoming Episodes (9)
  • Roundtable Wednesday: Marlice Vonck DVM Interviews Ben Woodward VP of Sales

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    Welcome to the NEW Roundtable Wednesday where topics that are related to BEMER can be explored and expanded upon.  This is a place where open participation is needed so everyone can learn and grow from one another.  Please note, this show is recorded and heard by distributor and non-distributor alike, so we must stay compliant, positive, and show everyone the helping hearts we all have as we share BEMER with others. Areas of discussion will cover everything in the BEMER Back Office, new promotions, how to share BEMER, what works best for you, what tools do you use most and why.  As you can see, the list is endless and as more people discover this open forum we should all learn in a fun and positive way.  I look forward to hosting this program.  Please dial 1 on your phone to call in and share.  Let's grow our BEMER Family together!!!!
     

  • Surviving Head Trauma with Terry Smith

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    Episode 0094 Letters and Callers
     
     
               Surviving Head Trauma                             with                       Terry Smith * Call Us  +1.424.243.9540 -           Once in queue, press 1 if you want to speak LIVE on-air * * Where YOU, Our Audience, Choose Each Episode's Topics * * We Talk About Everything Brain Trauma * * Anything Brain Issue You Bring * * Direct Message Us on Facebook * Call Us On-Air, LIVE * * Each Month, 4th Thursday * 10 pm until Midnight ET * * Surviving Head Trauma – The Book * * Archived Podcasts: www.TerrySmithBooks.com *

  • Part 2: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Jennifer Stevens of The Tucker Project

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    Cedar Park, TX - As founder of 6SStrategies and co-founder of The Tucker Project, Jennifer Stevens is seeing firsthand what is happening on our southern border and to our children. “The media just isn’t reporting the severity of what’s happening with Fentanyl. 98 percent of every single drug (not just pills …heroin cocaine meth and ecstasy)  that has been seized at the border is laced with Fentanyl, and close to 80% has been laced with a deadly amount of fentanyl which is equal to three grains of salt.
    For Jennifer, the opiate problem is personal. “I have three godchildren who spend a lot of time with me now because they lost their mother to addiction.
    Jennifer explains, “We started hearing about Fentanyl about three or four years ago, and we know much of it is coming from Chinese cartels. The situation got bad in 2020 when the current administration left our borders open. Since then, Fentanyl has killed more people than our largest wars combined, and in the US, we are losing a classroom full of kids every day.”
    When Jennifer is not working on the Tucker Project, 6S Strategies keeps her busy. “6S is a full-service education and government affairs consulting firm. We provide services in lobbying, public policy, communications, and regulatory arenas for short-term campaigns to long-term objectives,” shares Jennifer.
    For more information about Jennifer Stevens of The Tucker Project and 6SStrategies, please visit https://tuckerproject.org and https://6sstrategies.com

  • Returning back to work and school after a TBI with Kelly Tuttle

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    Kelly is the author of After the Crash: How to Keep Your Job, Stay in School, and Live Life After a Brain Injury. She is a traumatic brain injury survivor and advocate. Her TBI marked the beginning of a new life and a personal journey of self-discovery. As a neurology nurse practitioner, she has had a front-row seat to observe patients struggling with many of the same things she experienced during my recovery. She strives to share her coping strategies and tools to help other brain injury survivors continue to work and study while they heal.   www.kellytuttle.org
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  • Hope and Healing Through Creativity and Music with Clotele

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    Clotele, a Utah native and ex-mormon, experienced a challenging childhood and a traumatic brain injury (TBI). While relearning skills and undergoing many types of mental and physical therapy, she found healing through music. She transitioned from a street busker to a performer in the folk duo, Little Lonesome. When she became an Innkeeper at Ellerbeck Mansion in SLC, she initiated 'The Carriage House Sessions' to support and connect local artists. Beyond collaborations, her single, 'Be Here Now,' urges embracing the present, drawing from her TBI survival and life's ups and downs, encouraging introspection in every moment, good and bad.
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  • From prison to purpose with Elizabeth Mikotowicz

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    She survived a domestic violence assault that left her with permanent brain damage and addicted to opioids. She ended up in federal prison while trying to flee as a result. 6 years ago she was painting murals as a federal inmate, now she has an environmentally friendly clothing brand based on her art. Her book No Justice Just Us is being formatted and will be available soon. She also works with state representatives to get better laws on the table-some passed.
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  • Concussions and the Gut-Brain Connection with Sandy Wesson

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    Sandy Wesson has been a Registered Nurse for 42 years. During these years, she has worked in the Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Care, Hemodialysis, Hospice and Palliative Care, as well as other aspects of healthcare. 10 years ago, Sandy left clinical nursing to move into the realm of Functional Wellness - becoming certified as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and as a Certified Functional Bloodwork Specialist. Sandy’s goal is to put the power of health back in the hands of her clients, rather than being dependent on doctors. She reads bloodwork from a Functional Perspective – which provides information about what the body needs. Together with her clients, she looks at the effects of thoughts, traumas, and toxins on the body, and what can be done. Sandy is a best-selling contributing author. Her chapter “Heal the Body to Heal the Brain” can be found in Healing Beyond the Diagnosis, volume 1, by Dr Kylie Burton, DC and Colleagues. Additionally, Sandy has been an energy healer for more than 20 years, utilizing her gifts of empathy, clairaudience, and clairsentience to tune into my clients’ vibrations. As an empath, Sandy is finding that currently, people have a greater need for energy healing to assist in opening their own power to heal.  www.brainworksforlife.com
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  • Supporting Employees with TBI with Jennifer Grindeland

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    Jenn is a multiple brain injury survivor, has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and Master's degree in Organizational Leadership. Through combining her experience and education, she teaches teams leadership skills designed to support equity for and inclusion of invisibly disabled employees.
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