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Best Endometriosis Program
Smoking cessation: As a health care professional or a patient. As a patient have a determined attitude and listen to the directions. Take supportive meds if needed and be compliant. ...Read more
Multiple muscles: A weight training program for women does not necessarily have to be significantly different than that for men. I favor exercises that work multiple muscle groups rather than isolated muscles - for example, push-ups, rows, lat pull-downs, and exercises using a cable system. In general, these types of workouts will give you more functional benefits. ...Read more
Stress management: Are you wanting to provide organizations with your own trainings in relaxation & stress management? Probably the best way to do that is to network with people within the organization, who then give your name to those in leadership of the group. If you're new in this work, you might offer a pro bono presentation so they can meet you. If there's an eap on-site this may be an entry point also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An MD: Visit might put one's mind at ease. Coexisting medical conditions often require an adjustment of any conditioning program to lower the potential risks. That said, the best program will be the one that will (1) allow for consistent engagement (usually based on one's interest) and that (2) supports the desired goals..Strength, aerobics, endurance, and/or any combination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The one that works: The 12-step programs have been very successful. However, there are other methodologies that work. Like most mental health treatments, you must fit the patient to the treatment modality. ...Read more
Is the 12 step program for eating disorders similar to the 12 step program for alcoholics/drug users?
Yes: The steps are largely the same. All 12 -step groups are based on the same steps. Admitting they were powerless over their illness/problem. And admitting that a power greater than themselves could restore them to sanity. Then following a series of steps to come to terms with their past actions and to enable them to lead fruitful productive lives and to be of service to others who suffered simil. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Treatment v Mgmt: This is a very general questions, so the answer must be general.There are many ways to manage pain-ie 'cover up' pain or make it liveable; meds, tens units, many types of physical therapy, psychotherapy, & on & on.Treating pain with an effort to diagnose the cause & cure it is entirely different.Many causes missed by traditional docs may be found and fully resolved by osteopathic medical treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: It depends on the organization and your fit with what they do. You can try networking with employees there, and learn something about their channels and system. You can prepare videos of your presentations, and gain testimonials about your work. You can place these on a web site which also has an informative electronic newsletter. Gradually organizations will be finding you. ...Read more
Low glycemic: Pcos is associated with high Insulin levels; estrogen dominance. To decrease insulin, eat low glycemic diet. To keep estrogen from worsening, you need to consider decreasing dairy since it comes from pregnant cows with thousands of times more estrogen than humans and eat organic meats when possible exercise helps get your resting metabolism rate checked to understand your calories needed 4 u. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For depression how to choose a/best tms center/provider & how best to maximize chances of insurance (cigna ppo) paying for it?
Fairly simple: One of the first things is location. Since this is typically 30 treatments in six weeks - m-f, you want some place you can either drive to or have a short stay hotel there for six m-f periods. You can go to www.Neuronetics.Com to search all tms centers in usa who have the neurostar system installed. Payment issues - i will have to answer this in a seperate comment. :). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One that you'll do!: Best exercise/training program is one that you'll do regularly. There's also recommendation to change exercises every now & then to keep things fresh. Check out http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/fitness/in-depth/exercise/art-20048389, http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/ & http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/videos/exercises/exercises.htm for starters. Many others online. ...Read more