Discover the truth about the wonderful benefits of Chinese medicine & how this ancient approach to wellness can enhance your life.
Dr. Kochek is a licensed acupuncturist who practices in Auburn, AL. He studied in China & Santa Fe, New Mexico, and has a broad understanding of the similarities and differences between Eastern & Western approach to medicine and healing.
11:25 – 12:00 Dr. Eric Codner
“Stem Cell Therapy Can Help with Your PAIN”
So much talk and mystery about Stem Cell Therapy…here’s your chance to hear how it works & why it might be an effective alternative for YOU.
Dr. Codner is a local chiropractor who not only believes in Stem Cell Therapy, but also uses it in his practice.
12:15 – 12:45 Janique Cook
“Thermography; Early Detection Breast Screening”
Discover new, preventative ways for early detection of possible disease in your body without using invasive procedures. Cutting-edge information.
Janique Cook is co-owner of Mobile Thermographic Imaging (MTI) and has been a Certified Clinical Thermorgrpaher since 2006. Her introduction to thermography was 12 years ago when her mother, Dr. Veronique Desaulniers of BreastCancerConqueror.com, developed breast cancer.
It not only helped to detect her mother’s breast cancer but also was used to monitor her holistic treatments. She immediately knew more women needed to know about this life saving screening. Thermography is very early detection and is completely safe - no radiation, no compression, and no pain.
1:00 – 1:35 Anne Randle
“Gardening for the Mind, Body, and Spirit”
The health benefits of exercise and fresh food are understood, but gardening also provides many lesser known benefits. From serotonin-releasing soil microbes to super foods, gardening can play an important role in a healthy life. University of Georgia Extension Agent Anne Randle will discuss some of these unexpected perks and provide some tricks to having a fruitful experience in the garden.
1:50 – 2:25 Dr. Brenna Murphy:
Food Allergies: Change Your Diet, Change Your Life
Everyone has sinus or allergies, it seems, here in the South. Learn how changing your diet & lifestyle may actually minimize those nagging issues you have been dealing with for years.
Dr. Brenna is a doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. She received her degree from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. She is the co –medical director of Elements Natural Medicine in Columbus, GA
2:40– 3:10 Jason McKenzie
“Riding Is My Ritalin”
Something as basic as riding your bicycle each day can change your life. Rather than relying on drugs to make you feel better, give biking a chance to help your body come in to balance and find balance & wellness.
Jason is co-owner of Ride on Bikes in Columbus, GA. He sees first-hand every day how something as simple as riding a bicycle can change a person’s health.