Join me and my special guests to delve deeper into crucial bone health issues, so you can take ownership of your own health care.
Our overall health is dependent on healthy bones, so be informed when speaking with your healthcare provider. Stay up to date by joining us for weekly learnings!
When: Every Wednesday, at 5:30 pm PST
Where: LIVE Zoom webinars
Can't make the time? No worries! You will receive video replays, and notes (when available) for each webinar. You will also receive 3 past webinars when you join.
Common topics include hormones, kidney health, nutrients, medications, anxiety, depression, heart health, and digestive health.
Sign up before 5:00 pm on any Wednesday to join a class that evening!
You monthly membership includes:
3 - 4 live webinars monthly, with slides, x-rays, and other resources to help you understand various conditions.
Three previous webinars.
Pricing: Our Masterclass fee is $35 a month, which includes four well-researched webinars and live Q&A's. After signing up, you will be charged monthly. Cancel any time, and reach out if you have any questions!
February 14th: Replay of an Interview with Bone Specialist and Great Doctor, Elliott Schwartz MD. This was recorded in 2021.Let's see what he said in 2021 and what we think about his approach today. He was a mentor for me for many years and his thought process and dedication to bone health, well, he was ahead of his time, BIG TIME! He also shares his personal story as to why bone health became his life's work. He authored many research papers on osteoporosis.
February 21st: Interview with a health specialist, waiting for confirmation.
February 28th: Interview with Endocrinologist Priya Krishnamurthy MD.We will have a lively discussion plus Q&A.At what point does she recommend medications and which ones? Does she prescribe Prolia (Romosozumab)? Do Bisphosphonates reduce fracture risk? Join us for answers to these questions.
Too much or too little vitamin D can result in bone loss, can also impact the health of your heart, and advanced osteoporosis can be associated with heart disease
Thyroid, parathyroid, kidney, or autoimmune problems, as well as chronic insomnia and anxiety can result in active bone loss
Most fractures occur because of preventable falls
January 24th: PROTEIN, how much do you really need? LIVE presentation and Q&A with Dr. Lani. Why is there so much confusion regarding protein intake? How much and for whom? Will high intake of protein help our bones and muscles or potentially harm our kidneys? How much is too much. Should older adults over 60 consume more protein? What if a patient is unable to do strengthening exercise? Will protein help in this case?
January 31st: Lora Giangregorio, PhD. Are You Too Fit to Fracture? Come listen to this presentation and interview with Dr. Giangregorio.
February 7th: OUR FEET AND ANKLES!Our feet and what conditions increase the risk of balance and fractures.