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KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook

United States
My name is Natalie Mullis, and I am a board certified music therapist with a private practice in Columbia, South Carolina. I work with children of all abilities, but the majority of my work focuses on children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. My blog at www.keychangesmusictherapy.com seeks to provide caregivers of children (and adults!) with autism valuable information about autism, music, music...
Communities: Retirement, Triathlon, Running , ...

bwilson

noblesville, Indiana
"Hi, my name's Brenda Wilson. I live in Noblesville, Indiana and I'm going to tell you the reasons to become a nurse. There's a lot of reasons. In my opinion, some of the best reasons are that nurses are in demand. It's predicted that by 2020, we're going to have a shortage of 800,000 nurses. So with the economy and with job security, nursing is a really good area to move...
Goals: Lose weight

carolinegavin

California
Caroline Gavin is a Christian Life Coach, Speaker, Author of Purposeful Pathway: Your Journey with Jesus and host of Purposeful Pathway Radio . As a Life Coach and the Founder of Purposeful Pathway, she helps others discern their vocational paths, live with purpose and align with God’s Way. The result of coaching is God-centered transformation. Caroline offers a variety of Christian...

Ron Graham Patient Expert

Houston, Texas
Access+Ability = Accessibility. Positive attitude and positive change are what Access Ability is all about. For background, I am a former supervisor with the Texas prison system, medically retired following a 13-year career. In 1993, I was blinded in an auto accident at age 31. Since that life-changing event, I have gone back to college and earned an AAS (Criminal Justice), BS (Behavior...
Communities: General Medicine

Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven

Specialty: chiropractor (DC)
Monroeville, Pennsylvania
The Speaker A professional member of the National Speakers Association, Dr. Marc Tinsley is an dynamic, effective, and in-demand speaker who helps people remove the obstacles that interfere with their health, their...

Kim F. Patient Expert

North East, Pennsylvania
Somewhere around November 18th or 19th of 2007, I started feeling what I thought were Carpal Tunnel symptoms in my right hand. The symptoms included: tingling of my fingers, numbness, and I was having trouble typing. I went out and bought wrist guards, and things designed to help CT patients. The symptoms continued for about two weeks and I promised I?d visit the doctor after Thanksgiving....

Robinsgothealth

Overland Park, Kansas
I am a lover of Christ, Children, Family and Dogs! What do I do for work FUN? Well, I am a Health Advocate/Personal Trainer, Nutritionist, Writer, Wife and Mother all because of His love! If you are looking for me you will probably find me furthering my education in the Fitness and Nutritional field to stay up to date on everything from health, Fitness, Mind to anti-aging...

Worcester Fitness

Worcester, Massachusetts
Worcester Fitness has been the leading provider of health, wellness and fitness services in Massachusetts since 1978. More than a gym, Worcester Fitness combines the highest quality health club equipment with an elite staff of fitness professionals, all of whom meet and exceed the high standards of training certification and professionalism that the club demands. Worcester Fitness features three...

Matt Whitehead

Portland, Oregon
A Client First: Matt Whitehead worked as an Exercise Therapist, Clinic Director, and Therapy Director of the Egoscue Method in Portland, Oregon from it's opening in 2004 until 2013.  While majoring in Exercise Science at Gonzaga University, he was a NCAA Division 1 cross-country and track runner but found his time there riddled with injuries: foot pain, knee pain, shoulder...

Molly Patient Expert

Portland, Oregon
In early 2005, I was 28 years old and just beginning to break into a career as an opera singer. I had received contracts for three main stage productions, a culmination of ten years of work toward my goal of making opera my life's work. I was at a turning point; these performances could make or break my budding career. One morning in March of that year, I woke, stood up, and passed out,...
Communities: General Medicine, Lupus