Heart Disease Can Be Reversed
Jan 01, 2013 04:48PM
Charles Katzenberg M.D., FACC, the first medical director of the Tucson Heart Hospital, and Edna Silva RN, have created a comprehensive, medically directed program— Coronary Artery Disease Can Be Reversed—which meets three hours a week on Tuesdays for 12 weeks, starting February 5. The program is right for anyone that wants to prevent, halt, stabilize and even reverse coronary artery disease.
Sponsored by the nonprofit Foundation for Cardiovascular Health, the program includes instruction by physicians, nurses, counselors and individuals that have successfully implemented a heart healthy program in their lives. Highlights include risk factor evaluations, label reading, nutrition, supplements and how to make health choices when dining out. Information is also shared about heart medication review, stress reduction techniques, which include Tai chi, yoga, Heart Math, exercise instruction and communication skills.
Registration fee is $300/person $550/ couple. For more information, call 520-797-2281 or visit HeartSeries.org.