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Coronary Artery Disease Can be Reversed

Dec 30, 2014 05:13PM

Dr. Charles Katzenberg

The Foundation for Cardiovascular Health, a nonprofit community foundation, will be offering the Heart Series program, a comprehensive, medically-directed, 36-hour interactive program developed by Tucsonans Charles Katzenberg, M.D. and Edna Silva, RN, from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays between February 10 and April 28.

The Heart Series 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, including analysis of lipids; label reading; nutrition and supplements; how to make health choices when dining out; heart medication review; and stress reduction techniques, including tai chi, yoga, heart math, exercise instruction and communication.

Katzenberg is a cardiologist with the UA Sarver Heart Center who emphasizes a healthy lifestyle as the best prevention against heart disease, and Edna Silva, RN, has worked in cardiac rehabilitation since 1989. The program is designed for anyone that wants to prevent, halt, stabilize and reverse coronary artery disease.

For more information, call Richy Feinberg at 520-797-2281.

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