Chelsea Streifeneder (Aired on September 16, 2017 and September 17, 2017)

Pink Ribbon Pilates for Cancer Victims (Aired on September 16 and 17, 2017)

RadioRotary interviews Body be Well Pilates founder Chelsea Streifeneder about the Pink Ribbon Program that uses Pilates exercises to help cancer victims prepare for or recover from the treatment of their disease.  Pilates is a system of exercise developed by Joseph Pilates that uses springs and special equipment to promote overall health (although you can also do much of the program at home without the equipment). Ms. Streifeneder came to Pilates from a career as a dancer, and now runs Pilates studios in Kingston and Catskill, NY. The Pink Ribbon Program is primarily for coping with the ravages of breast cancer and its treatment, but because it enhances energy levels and decreases pain and stress, it is useful for all cancer patients. At Body be Well Pilates, each person has a program that is designed for the individual, based on health history, goals, and past exercise experience.

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Pink Ribbon Program
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September 21, 2017 · Posted in Health, Hudson Valley, Quality of Life  

Rotary International Convention in Atlanta Georgia show # 1 (Aired on August 26 and August 27 2017)

Humanitarian Projects at Rotary Convention (Aired on August 26 & 27,
2017)
RadioRotary interviewers took advantage of the International Rotary Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, to interview some of the many humanitarian leaders who also attended the convention. In this broadcast, you can learn about how Destiny Rescue fights human trafficking and sex exploitation of children and youth all over the world; about the LifePump, which uses the Archimedean Screw to lift water from wells too deep for other pumps (and only needs human power, not
electricity or petroleum-based fuels); about the Rotary Dictionary Project, which supplies individual elementary and secondary school students with one of 8 different dictionaries in English or 22 in other languages; about the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is based in Atlanta; and about the goals of Rotary International President for 2016-17 John Germ and the projects
that he sponsored during his year as president.
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Destiny Recue
LifePump
The Dictionary Project
Rotary International
Rotary President John Germ
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John Roger and Pain Management (Aired on July 1 and July 2 2017)

Pain Management with Physical Therapy (Aired on July 1 and 2, 2017)
John Roger, who has a doctorate in physical therapy, visits RadioRotary with the message that physical therapy is often the right way to treat chronic or acute pain
iead of or in addition to potentially addictive opioid medication. Beyond to the
joint pains that we commonly think of when seeking physical therapy, the
techniques are also useful for treating severe headaches, the chronic pain of
fibromyalgia, and the pain from tendon, ligament, or muscle damage, which is
often caused by sports injury. In many cases, the key to pain relief comes from
posture improvement, stress relief, and lifestyle changes that are addressed by a
doctor trained in physical therapy. A medical doctor may prescribe physical
therapy, but a prescription is not necessary to obtain treatment.

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Physical Therapy
American Physical Therapy Association
Pain Information
Pain Topics

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July 3, 2017 · Posted in Health, Hudson Valley, Quality of Life  

Eliza Bozenski from The Anderson Foundation (Aired on June 10th 2017 and June 11th 2017)

Foundation Helps Those on Autism Spectrum (Aired on June 10 and 11,
2017)

Eliza Bozenski, Director of the Anderson Foundation for Autism, comes to the RadioRotary microphone to discuss the autism spectrum and how the Anderson Foundation’s several ways of outreach are making a difference for families that must cope with autism. Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disability that ranges from what is commonly called Asperger Syndrome, which may be accompanied by high intelligence, to instances of autism that feature very low intelligence and serious disability. Early intervention makes a considerable difference in development; parents recognizing that a child may have a problem should not hesitate about taking the child to a physician for diagnosis. The Anderson Foundation provides a range of autism services, including residential treatment and consultation with families. One program helps businesses develop an autism supportive environment that can modify practices so that persons on the autism spectrum can feel more comfortable and handle business interactions more easily. There is a lot more to learn from this insightful interview.
Learn more:
Anderson Center for Autism
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Parents Guide to Autism
CATEGORIES
Developmentally Disabled
Health
Service Organizations

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