Give your Joints a Tune-Up and Avoid Joint Replacements @ Rarity Bay Community Center
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
A life of physical activity can take a toll on our bones and joints. Prevention is the key, but sometimes it’s too late. Stem Cell Therapy oﬀers an alternative to joint replacement. Learn more about what this cutting edge technology can do for you with Dr. Charles Adams of Personal Integrative Medicine. This may be just what you need to heal the pain and. – Reclaim your life – Return to your favorite activities – Play with your grandchildren Door Prizes!
Awakening from Alzheimer’s Series @ Loudon Visitors’ Bureau/Welcome Center
May 8 @ 6:15 pm
It is for the most part preventable and reversible! (Each feature is approximately 41 minutes) Steps You Can Take Now to Defeat Alzheimer’s – Episode 1 Peggy Sarlin interviews top doctors and researchers including, Dr. Dale Bredesen, (break through researcher) ,Dr. David Perlmutter, (neurologist, author of “Grain Brain” and “Brain Maker”), Dr. Jay Faber, Psychiatrist,(Advanced Medical Imagery for best treatments), Dr. Mary Newport,(physician), Dr. Vincent Fortanasce, (neurologist), Dr. David Katz, MD (Internal and Integrative Medicine), Dr. Fred Pescatore, MD (Natural remedies), and Dr Jacob Teitelbaum, MD (Internist, expert in Integrative Medicine). The Sleep Doctor – Dr. Michael Breus – EpisodeRead more
Tune into your Ear for Healing! @ West Knoxville at South College
May 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Join Karen Martin and learn about acupuncture for your health! This presentation will be interactive and fun for everyone. More details coming soon. Until then, enjoy a laugh!
Bone Appetit’ @ Rarity Bay Community Center
May 23 @ 6:30 pm
Find out how you can strengthen your musculoskeletal system and unleash a new level of physical health that exceeds far beyond muscles and bones – resulting in better posture, balance, agility, and cognitive function. Join Dee Matchett of Osteostrong at CHEO’s May presentation and learn what you need to do to… Stay on your feet by preventing falls and fractures Have the strength to work, play, and go on new adventures, well past retirement Break a family history of osteoporosis Let that family history be the only thing that gets broken. Bring a friend and discover a new level ofRead more
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