On November 1st, Dr. Elson gave two presentations at the medical conference entitled The Science & Clinical Application of Integrative Holistic Medicine co-sponsored by the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. It was attended by about 500 physicians, most of them relatively new to integrative and preventive medicine.
The first presentation was to the entire audience on eating healthy with the seasons, with the simple, nutritional back-to-nature message he has been sharing for 30+ years.
Then he gave a three-hour intensive to 150 interested docs who signed up for this program on detox and elimination diets.
For him, the first level of care for many patients can be eliminating potential health-undermining habits and observe how people feel, what symptoms and problems go away, and then re-testing what happens when they’re reintroduced back into the diet.
He believes this is a helpful approach for many practitioners to support their patients, and he plans to continue this work with physicians over the coming years.
Join Dr. Elson, the Detox Doc, for his annual New Year Winter Detox Juice Cleanse at the Preventive Medical Center of Marin.
This cleanse program is available for anyone who:
- Wants to attain or maintain good health
- Has issues with toxicity or congestive/inflammatory problems
- Is willing to work to experience positive health changes
Staying healthy through cleansing provides you with:
- Lifelong health and quality aging
- Consistent energy in your daily life
- Help in treating many medical problems and preventing degenerative disease
- Thurs, January 10th: Intro, program overview, and sample different juices—Begin juice cleanse by Fri, January 12th
- Tues, January 22nd: Day 5 review and transition plan
- Thurs, January 31st: Progress update, review of The Detox Diet transition, and your new health plan
Program total cost:
- $125 early bird
- $150 after December 31st
Take a few hours out of your holiday planning to join the Preventive Medical Center of Marin staff for a FREE workshop on how to healthfully manage stress during the holiday season.
Being realistic, planning ahead, and seeking support can help ward off stress and depression during these busy times. You may find that the tools you learn in this workshop will help you manage stress now and throughout the year!
Learn to better cope with and manage:
- Additional family and work pressures
- A healthier diet and sleep schedule to boost your health and mood during this active “party” season
- Scheduling enough “me time” for exercise and daily meditations for peace and tranquility
- “Saying no” to excessive demands or high calorie foods
Social time with healthy snacks will be provided.
- Elson M. Haas, MD — Director of PMCM
- Steve Sisgold, MA — Body-Centered Therapist
- Ernie Hubbard, BSc — Vitality Researcher
- Gigi Shames, LAc, NHD, CMT— Acupuncturist and Herbalist
Thursday, November 15th, 2012
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Preventive Medical Center of Marin
25 Mitchell Blvd., Suite 8, San Rafael, CA 94903
Space is limited, so RSVP today!
A few weeks ago, the Preventive Medical Center of Marin and hundreds of people proudly joined Zero Breast Cancer on their 10th annual Dipsea Hike in Marin County to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer prevention research.
Everyone’s efforts raised over $50,000! A warm thank you to everyone who participated. See you next year.
Join the Preventive Medical Center of Marin and the hundreds of people who are hiking to support breast cancer research on Saturday, September 22nd in Marin County.
This fun, 6 mile trail loops starts and ends at the famous Dipsea steps. Enjoy food, music, and individual and team pries in Old Mill Park. This is a benefit for Zero Breast Cancer research and education programs in partnership with Tamalpais Running Club volunteers.
To learn more and register, visit the Zero Breast Cancer website or their Facebook page.
Founded in 1995, Zero Breast Cancer is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding the causes of breast cancer through community participation in the research process. We focus on identifying environmental factors and the role they play in the development of breast cancer at all stages of life.