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Skip the Quick Fix & Try Slow Medicine Instead

Summary: Slow Medicine optimizes general wellness and is effective in healing chronic illness.
Air Date: 6/30/16
Duration: 10
Host: David Friedman, DC
Guest Bio: Michael Finkelstein, MD
Michael FinkelsteinDr. Michael Finkelstein, The Slow Medicine Doctor®, is the executive director of The Slow Medicine Foundation and is the author of Slow Medicine: Hope and Healing for Chronic Illness, endorsed by Andrew Weil, MD and Mehmet Oz, MD.

Dr. Finkelstein is a medical blogger for Doctor Oz, Sharecare, and the Huffington Post; he has been featured in top media outlets including the New York Times, Real Simple, and CNN; and he has presented at leading venues including GE Corporation, Summit at Sea, and Omega Institute. 

Dr. Finkelstein was trained at premier institutes for both conventional and integrative medicine, including The University of Pennsylvania, where he received both his Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Medical (MD) and where he was awarded the honors of Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude, and Dean’s List; and The University of Arizona College of Medicine, where Dr. Finkelstein completed an Associate Fellowship in Integrative Medicine, studying directly with integrative medicine pioneer Andrew Weil, MD.
Skip the Quick Fix & Try Slow Medicine Instead
In our fast-paced world, we often look for quick-fix solutions to health challenges, not realizing that these “solutions” in fact may contribute to our problems.

Most health challenges are the result of an imbalance in your body and life, and most quick-fix approaches actually exacerbate these imbalances.

If, instead, you take a Slow Medicine approach by identifying the root cause of health challenges and then creating a thoughtful, step-by-step, and long-term response to it, you can effectively bring yourself back into balance.

In doing so, you not only resolve your primary complaints, but you also benefit elsewhere in your life... often in unexpected ways.

Listen in as Dr. Michael Finkelstein shares the the sophisticated effectiveness of Slow Medicine.

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