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  • Part 18: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Innovative OB/GYN Dr. Victoria Mondloch

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    WAUKESHA, WI - When it comes to their health and well-being, people have different relationships with health providers. Sometimes they passively listen to a doctor or other skilled practitioner. Sometimes they do research, take an active role, and  even seek a specialist’s advice. Sadly, there are times when people have complaints that might be dismissed by the doctor, or labelled unresolvable, and the relationship ends. The best results though, can be achieved  from a partnership—when patients who are knowledgeable and inquisitive, and want to explore treatment options work with a doctor who takes a highly personalized approach. Dr. Victoria J. Mondloch, a long-time provider of OBGYN and Internal Medicine care in the Midwest, is that kind of foresighted and committed doctor.
    “As a teaching doctor, I have a sense of duty to empower people with knowledge. So, you will understand what is going on inside your body to a greater extent. And become an excellent steward of your own health. And so that you can navigate the medical system more easily and successfully for the rest of your healthy life.”
    Dr. Mondloch describes herself as a wellness physician, someone who works to keep people out of hospitals, away from costly medical office visits, and off of the common medications that can have scary side effects. She accomplishes her goals with promising options that have included bioidentical hormones and exosomes (the name for the new protein serum and a more portable generation of stem cell therapy.) And she also taps into a rare and deep level of concern for each individual and their health complaints.
    To learn more about Dr Mondloch please go to one of her websites such as https://rhm.care/vjmondlochmd/

  • Testimonial Tuesday with Greg and Mike 1-31-2023

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    Please call in today and share your brief compliant personal testimonial on how using this amazing technology has changed your life! If 515-605-9877 is 'busy' try 323-642-1520 and press 1 to be placed in the queue to share. 
    Compliant means:
    no mention of 'disease names' common in the medical field no mention of 'drug names', or the use of words like 'pain', 'cured', 'treatment', etc.  DO NOT give your own 'protocols' or usage tips; there are no protocols, only the BEMER Basic plan Keep it simple and brief mentioning the symptoms you were experiencing and how they may be minimized or gone.  If you're an athlete, tell us how it has improved your performance and recovery.

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    The Challenges Young Adults Caring For Their Parents With Dementia Have

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    Our Host, Lori La Bey talks with Lily Morales whose mother has what the doctors believe is Vascular Dementia. Lily is 28-years-old and has been caring for her mother for the last 8 years. She has found that the topic of dementia at her age is taboo with others her age; and she wants to change that by sharing her story. Lily would love to see a cure or a therapy to reverse symptoms so people could retain or reverse cognitive decline to live as independently as possible.  Today we will hear their story.
    Contact Lily Morales:     Email      Instagram   Lilymorales2394 
    Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   contact Lori La Bey.
    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sounds news, not just sound bites since 2011.

  • Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed with guest Camille Maurine

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    Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Camille Maurine 

  • Roundtable Wednesday with your host Greg Petersen 2/1/2023

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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!!!!

  • Understanding what causes dizziness after brain injury with Dr. Perry Maynard

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    Dr. Perry Maynard is a board certified chiropractic neurologist that specializes in the  management of complex neurological cases, including post concussive syndrome, vertigo, balance disorders, movement disorders, dysautonomia, and a variety of autoimmune conditions. Dr. Maynard also enjoys taking principles from cutting edge neuroscience and applying it to sports rehabilitation and overall human performance.
    Dr. Maynard first became interested in neurological rehabilitation after playing Division 1 college football for Eastern Illinois University, where he experienced multiple concussions and witnessed friends and teammates suffering without answers or options for treatment. Dr. Maynard began chiropractic school with a strong interest in both clinical neuroscience and sports medicine. Throughout his education, he was fortunate to intern with several neurorehabilitation clinics.
    this episode is brought to you by Integrated Brain Centers
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  • ADHD, Trauma, PTSD, and Anxiety: The Basics and Overlaps

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    Got ADHD?  Had trauma in your life?  What's the impact of trauma on attention?  What's the impact of ADHD on trauma?  In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD and attention coach Jeff Copper (https://digcoaching.com) interviews Brandi Walker, Ph.D., of the Womack Army Medical Center and Howard University Psychology Department on this important topic.  They talk about the essence of anxiety, trauma, PTSD, and their symptoms.  They relate these symptoms to ADHD and the challenges among them. They also talk about the interrelationships of the conditions and the very real challenges they present, as well as how awareness is important in order to manage them. Anything left untreated will increase the trajectory of challenges in life. If you have ADHD, PTSD, anxiety, or trauma, this is a show you won't want to miss. DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this abstract/manuscript/presentation are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government. 
    Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and attention deficit disorder, including managing symptoms of ADHD in adults with ADD or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by Jeff Copper, attention and ADHD coach, is designed to help adults (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated to help them get unstuck and moving forward by opening their minds to pay attention to what works. To learn more about attention and ADHD coach Jeff Copper, go to www.digcoaching.com. 

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    Survivor Spotlight with Jaimie Sherling

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    Jaimie Sherling, Breast Cancer survivor, Author, Clothing Designer & Founder of YDY, Sweets Clothing Line shares her inspiration for her new Amazon #1 Best Seller book “I’m Tough...And I Cry A Lot” and her cancer journey. 
    I'm Tough...And I Cry A Lot 
    IG: @jaimiesherling

  • Sally Cares - When Challenge Creates the Change

    in Caregiving

    Sally Thimm is a Registered Occupational Therapist, Certified Health Coach, Certified Dementia Practitioner, Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer, and a Care Manager. Her daughter, Lauren Kelly is also qualified to open the discussion about how to cope when things seem impossible.
    Welcome to the first episode of Sally Cares, where Sally and Lauren introduce you to coping mechanisms in th aftermath of Hurricane Ian and how to adjust to changes in your life.
    Future shows will discuss in greater detail topics such as:
    Anger Sadness Grief and loss Social Challenges Spirituality and faith Starting a New Story Awareness Struggles Visit Sally's website to learn about Professional Case Management Sally Cares is a great resource for patients and caregivers
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  • Soda and a Medicine Bottle

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    Welcome back for a interesting show with our whitest Mr. Aldwaun Gibson who wrote the book Soda and a Medicine Bottle.  He will go in depth on explaining the disadvantages of drinking soda that you might not have been aware of. Tune in on your time zone at 7:30pm for EST, 6:30pm CST, 5:30pm for MST and 4:30pm for PST by calling our studio number at 347-945-6003 and hit the one key if you have a question or comment.

  • The Impact of Shadow Work on Psychedelic Integration with Steven Twohig

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    Founder of Mastering Change, Steven Twohig has committed himself to mastering the art of transformation.
    While seeking to heal from trauma inflicted while just a toddler, Steven was introduced to the practice of shadow work in April of 2000, leading to a lifelong study and what he believes is a path to enlightenment. Steven spent a decade working for and studying under the world's leading business and life strategist, Tony Robbins. He wanted to blend shadow work with business strategy, integration, and implementation. Tony commissioned him to interview over 10,000 business leaders worldwide to determine what made them successful and help thousands transform their businesses to be more productive and strategic.
    Currently, he is studying the impact of shadow work on psychedelic integration. He focuses on bridging the gap between traditional plant medicine and the western mind, intending to bring the insights and innovation that plant medicine provides to everyone who wants more out of their lives. He believes that we are finally on the cusp of proper mental healthcare, which will spur global innovation.
    He is an international speaker and has traveled worldwide, teaching a blend of strategy, shadow work, and spirituality. He has extensive study in mindfulness, mindset, business optimization, shadow work and facilitation, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), hypnotherapy, group dynamics, peak performance, leadership dynamics, and unconscious communication. Through this work, he has formulated a specific framework for understanding the human experience and is currently training other guides to spread the practice.