TAKE A LOOK AT 2017 WEBINARS

Stem Cell Revolution

Elliot Lander, MD, FACS CV

In 2001, researchers found high numbers of stem cells in fat that are capable of forming any tissue in the body. SVF-part of fat that is rich in stem cells. Used in animals and clinically in Asia for several years. In 2010, Dr Berman was the recipient of that technology. Surgeons transfer tissue from a stem cell rich part of the body to a damaged and stem cell deficient area of the body as a lipo-transfer surgical procedure to promote healing.

TMJ Connection & Neuro-Inflammation

Gary Demerjian D.D.S

Putting a spotlight on systemic correlates of the temporomandibular joint.

Dr. Demerjian is an expert in Neuronatomy, Pain Patterns, Trigger Points, the Trigeminal Branch/Nerve and how it correlates to Neurologic Disorders. Dr. Demerjian has taken over 2000 hours of postgraduate education courses, in the area of TMJ, Craniofacial Pain, Sleep Disorders and Orthodontics.

Mindfulness and Chronic Pain

Melissa Geraghty, Psy.D.

Dr. Geraghty has a specialty certificate in clinical health psychology. She is described as compassionate, humorous, and unconditionally accepting of her clients. Dr. Geraghty practices Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which incorporate evidenced based treatments such as mindfulness, teaching coping skills, and assisting clients in living their values.

Safe Medication Practices

Tom Kelly RPH

Family is the core of how we work, it’s how we came about, and what makes us continue to thrive. We treat our staff like family. We treat our patients like family. We focus on retaining staff whose prime objective above all else is caring for patients. Our team embraces each patient interaction as if they represent the patient, not the pharmacy. They take ownership of each patient’s challenge and work toward a successful outcomes. Not representing Medicine To Go, but the patient as if they were the patient’s son, brother, sister or mother.

Rehabilitation Skills & Behavior Therapy

Gayle M Taylor-Ford LSCSW, LCAC

Gayle received her Masters degree in Social Work in 1999 from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. She is now licensed as a clinical Social Worker and a Clinical Addictions Counselor. At Therapy Services she performs the duties of the Executive Director and specializes in Traumatic Brain Injury.

Practical & Holistic Look at Chronic Pain

Melissa Cady, D.O.

The antiPAIN Lifestyle philosophy falls in line with Dr. Cady’s Challenge Doctor Community. For those in pain, the Challenge Doctor website helps encourage optimal wellness to decrease or eliminate pain. More specific help tailored to pain can be found in her book, PAINDEMIC®. And for those without pain, the Challenge Doctor philosophy has the potential to prevent pain in the future.

Mind Bending Heart Rate Variability

Ron Gharbo D.O.

The autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulates all involuntary functions of the body. The entire system is based on the interplay between the Fight or Flight Response and the Relaxation Response. Frequently that interplay is miscommunicated by even experts. This is why continue to we see greater levels of despair and burnout in society; not less. Learn to do more than survive and compete. Live while you lead.

Advancing Treatments in Podiatryand Pain

Dr Newswander

Dr. Newswander has received many certifications and awards from professional and academic associations, including the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He received the Phoenix’s Top Docs award and the Guardian Angel award from Mercy Gilbert Medical Center. Throughout his career, Dr. Newswander has served in various roles on many medical boards, including serving as board president. Dr. Newswander has served as Chief of Surgery and is now currently the Chief of Staff at Gilbert Hospital.

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