Collaborative Medicine Within Our Community

Collaborative Medicine Within Our Community Webinar
I am so excited to announce the webinar that I am hosting along with @elmirafamilychiropractic’s Dr. Sarah Green on Thursday, November 5th, entitled Collaborative Medicine Within Our Community!

As a member of the @aapmd3323 (Academy of Physiological Medicine & Dentistry) Liaison Volunteer Committee, I am looking to collaborate with other long time and emerging experts in the field of health and wellness, so we can further our knowledge base when it comes to airways and the full body connection.

More often than not, one health care professional alone does not have the solution, or the ability to heal the entire body. That’s why it’s so important to share our knowledge, research, and resources with each other.

As healthcare providers, we need to be the voice for growing children and adults, who suffer from multiple health issues relating to unhealthy airways. We can work together to collectively provide whole and overall health and wellness in not only dentistry, but in each one of our respective fields. By working as a team, we can improve the lives of so many more individuals and potentially prevent conditions like cardiovascular disease and OSA, and several other respiratory disorders and diseases.

Join us on Thursday, November 5, from 7:30-8:30pm for a virtual webinar, so we can begin this first step in our collaborative journey. This webinar is free to any healthcare professionals who would like to make lasting connections within our extended community and who are interested in learning about and/or sharing their knowledge on airway health.

If you are an Ontario healthcare professional that is interested in attending this exciting webinar, please RSVP to this event by DM or at no later than October 30th.

I am so excited to start working together to create a positive and meaningful impact in our community! PLEASE feel free to share!

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