When: Saturday, July 28, 2018
Where: Chipolte Restaurant, 5794 S. 108th Street, Hales Corners, WI
33% of purchases will be donated to the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage. Help us finish this much needed community project! And have some excellent food, too!
Lifelong health and vitality begins in the brain. Attend our special Brain Health series to learn how you can take care of your brain beginning today.
August 15, 2018
OPTIMIZING THE BRAIN FOR HEALTHY AGING
· Aging vs Neurodegeneration
· Stimulating Brain Growth
· Movement and Brain Health
· Stress and the Brain
· Key Nutrients for Brain Function
August 29, 2018
THE GUT – BRAIN CONNECTION
· The Gut Microbiome and Its Role In Health
· Origins of Gut – Brain Problems
· Leaky Gut and Its Consequences
· What Is Being Done Now?
· Restoring the Inner Ecosystem
Time: 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel in the Woods, located adjacent to the Ascension/Wheaton Medical Building and Reiman Cancer Center at 7410 W. Rawson Avenue, Franklin,Wi
Cost: free - a donation is appreciated!
Registration is required! Send an email with name, phone and which day you are attending to email@example.com. Or call Susan Rabe at 414.510.4771.
About the presenter: Dr. David Gustitus, DC is an accomplished and highly qualified healthcare provider. As a member of Wellness Champions and owner of Rhythm of Life Chiropractic based in Franklin, WI, he has provided dozens of wellness talks on a variety of topics at corporations, the Franklin Library, and at area schools. His office has conducted hundreds of health screenings at public locations like Southridge Mall as a part of their health fairs, Innovative Health and Fitness for their members, and at businesses for their employees. He has organized and participated in multiple health fairs for the families in the surrounding communities. The word doctor comes from the latin word for "teacher". His mission is to teach the community how to get well and stay well with natural approaches.
We welcome Dr. Gustitus back to the Conservancy for this program.
Dr. Elizabeth Dickson and Ovarian Cancer Survivor Cheryl Figg will be discussing the integration of holistic medicine with traditional care. This “Circle of Courage” is open to anyone that is interested. You do not need to be a cancer survivor to attend.
Dr. Dickson believes in a team approach to cancer care, incorporating research, integrative medicine, and state of the art techniques to treat not only the patient's disease, but also support her whole being through cancer treatment and beyond. Dr. Dickson is trained in minimally invasive approaches, including traditional laparoscopy and robotic surgery. She has advanced research training and is committed to continuing research, in order to better care for women with cancer. She is a physician at Aurora Women's Pavilion.
When: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Time: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel in the Woods @ the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage
Cost: free - donations appreciated :)
Register at: wisconsinovariancancer.org
This program is presented with our partners at the Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance.