As the owner of Hackettstown, New Jersey’s Center for Assessment and Treatment Rosann Bennett is always working to make sure that she and her staff are well versed in the latest therapies and supporting techniques for their clients. It was in researching canine assisted therapy that Roseann Bennett and her husband Todd found the perfect member to add on to their staff.
Jack was added to the Bennett family and the practice last year. Jack has been through obedience and canine therapy training before being utilized full time in the practice. Studies have shown that having canine assisted therapy can help individuals feel more comfortable in therapy sessions, which can lead to a greater depth to their sessions. Canine assisted therapy has also been shown to calm children with Autism and help with relieving anxiety attacks. Jack will never be a replacement for any therapeutic approach but is meant to be used to enhance therapy sessions.
Roseann Bennett worked as an in-home therapist for decade before opening her therapy business. During her time as a in-home therapist, Roseann saw a need for a therapy center where anyone could receive help regardless of insurance coverage or co pays. Rosanne and her husband Todd used their own funds to open the doors of the Center for Assessment and Treatment. Since 2010 the Center has been privately funded and they help anyone in need. Roseann graduated from Seton Hall Unniversity with both an MA in Psychological Studies and an EdS in Marriage and Family Therapy.
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Prostate cancer is one of the diseases that it is taking away the joy of many people. Prostate cancer is quite hard to detect especially during the preliminary stages since it shows little or no symptoms. Medical experts such as Dr. David Samadi encourage men to get tested because 90 percent of the cases that are detected at an early stage are treatable. Prostate cancer is tested using the prostate cancer-specific antigen test that is simple and fast. Dr. Samadi notes that every man should be tested regardless of their age since it can affect anyone. There are quite a number of treatment options for prostate cancer such as radiation, active surveillance, HIFU, and prostate surgery.
Dr. David Samadi’s expertise in urology
Dr. David Samadi performs an average of fifteen prostate surgeries in a week. As a result, Samadi has gained immense experience in treating prostate cancer using the most modern techniques. Dr. Samadi is reputed for performing thousands of successful prostate surgeries using SMART Technique that he invented a few years ago. The SMART technique utilizes the most modern technologies to ensure that little damage occurs during surgery. The technique also helps to reduce recovery time for patients where some patients are released from the hospital within one day after the operation.
Dr. Samadi’s education background
Dr. Samadi was born and raised in Iran. He was then separated from the rest of his family during the 1979 Iranian revolution. Samadi, together with his brother Dan managed to escape from their Mother country to Belgium where they sought refuge. Samadi was fortunate to land a full scholarship to continue his Education in Belgium and London. Dr. Samadi then moved to the United States where he completed his high school studies.
Dr. David Samadi studied in different Universities in U.S.A where he completed his degree in biochemistry. Samadi then went on to earn master’s degree in oncology, urology, and general surgery. He worked in several hospitals and Universities as a professor.
Dr. David Samadi TV
Dr. Samadi has a TV channel where he discusses with fellow experts and records episodes weekly. He showcases his skills and recent developments in oncology. Dr. Samadi is also active in social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram where he engages with his followers.
Dr. Samadi has won several awards that include Patient’s Choice Award, Community Partner Award and America’s Top Doctor Award. Dr. Samadi has also featured in magazines such as New York Magazine.
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When newly retired businesswoman Wendy Lewis told her husband, Randy Ray, that she was getting the itch to start another company, he thought that she should put it off for a little while longer and see if the couple could both adjust the retired life. But Lewis already knew that she couldn’t sit idly throughout the interminable days of bingo and golf courses. Soon, Ray himself was convinced that starting another business was superior to the aimless dissolution of his past-prime peers.
Although both Ray and Lewis were already in their late 60s, the couple never felt their age. They had always stayed busy, pursuing their shared passion of creating some of the best businesses in the health and beauty industry. Ray and Lewis knew that one of the things that can help people stay feeling young is to have a strong purpose in life, working towards meaningful goals and helping others to achieve theirs. But the couple also knew that drive and ambition alone won’t keep people physically young. They wanted to tap into science to bring the miracles of modern anti-aging techniques to people across the world. They also wanted to develop those products for themselves, so that they could avoid the boredom and ennui that often besets the physically elderly, who are really often just as old as they allow themselves to be. Ray and Lewis had an idea. They called it Generation Young.
Now, nine years later, Generation Young is no longer an idea; it is tens of thousands of real people worldwide who have discovered their own passions and have been able to simultaneously stave off physical aging through the use of the science-based lineup of Jeunesse Global’s total-health products.
One of those products has been the company’s miracle drink. Called Reserve, the drink uses resveratrol, the most potent health-protecting ingredient in red wine. Resveratrol confers most of the benefits of red wine consumption, but Reserve allows the consumption of this super-ingredient without the risks that come from consuming alcohol. Reserve also contains a number of powerfully antioxidant superfruits, which include pomegranate, dark sweet cherries, concord grape and blueberries.
Dr. Jennifer Walden knows she is a rarity. She is a Texas-based plastic surgeon and a woman. In 2016, there were roughly 8,100 board-certified plastic surgeons in the United States. Of that number, only 851 were women. Walden likes her role, however. The statistics indicate that 92% of plastic surgery patients are women, which means Walden can identify and empathize with a lot of them. She is also proud of the fact that her staff consists of 16 women. “I have built my practice with an all-female team and my client base is mostly women,” she says.
Balancing work and family life can be a challenge for most women and Dr. Walden is no exception. She is a single mother raising twin boys, and she is fully aware that running a plastic surgery business and being a single parent is fraught with complications. To make things work, simplicity has become her goal.As a cosmetic plastic surgeon, she sets herself apart from other plastic surgeons with unique services. With 3D imaging technology, patients get to visualize what they would look like after augmentation surgeries. She uses SculpSure for laser fat reduction, the SmartGraft device for hair transplants, and the ThermiVa radiofrequency along with the diVa laser for vaginal rejuvenation.
Aside from the demands of plastic surgery, social engagements are high on her list. Dr. Walden serves on Austin’s Executive Leadership Team of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign, she is a member of the Guardian Angel Society which helps and supports abused children, she supports the Junior League of Austin’s Food in Tummies program that provides food to elementary school children, and she helps fund teachers by sponsoring the Forest Trails Elementary School and the Eanes Education Foundation.Dr. Jennifer Walden was born and raised in Austin, Texas. She graduated with a bachelor’s in biology from the University of Austin. She later received her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Her residency in Integrated Plastic Surgery was completed there, too. In 2003, she was awarded an aesthetic surgery fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital.