Upcoming Zoom Q&A about Oral and Systemic Health during Covid-19
This coming Wednesday, April 7th from Noon to 1 PM I’ll be speaking with Dr. Preeti Kulkarni, NP about how oral health and dental hygiene are a ‘window’ into a person’s overall systemic health.
Click here to register for our talk and check out her full lineup for her Spring Wellness series.
April 7th: Q&A with dentist Dr. Jen Chiang, DDS
Find out the how your dental health carries clues to your overall health! Dr. Jen will discuss what red flags of poor dental health and how dental health and overall health are interlinked. She will tell us what we can do beyond brushing & flossing to keep our teeth healthy which in turn supports our overall wellbeing! To find out more about her check out her website.
April 21st: Q&A with Charmi R. Fitness coach
Charmi is a nutrition, fitness coach who works with her clients to help them incorporate healthy eating and exercise routines into their lifestyle. Charmi will describe how she helps her clients set goals and create a system to help them achieve those goals. She will discuss how small changes can result in big transformations! Check out her Facebook page for more information.
May 5th: Q&A with Dr. Divya Raghavan, Physical Therapist
Find out strategies to prevent injuries and how physical therapy can help, when injuries do occur! Physical therapy is an essential part of treating the whole patient, when it comes to pain management and you can find out more about Dr.Divya and her practice here.
Dr. Kulkarni is the Medical Director of Core Integrative and Naturopathic Medical Center in Sunnyvale. Her deep passion for treating the “whole patient” and not just the symptoms has proven very effective over the years, resulting in many success stories. Her unique approach came into spotlight when one of her patients wrote a book (called Walking with Peety) about his weight loss transformation. This patient centered approach has evolved into The CORE Strategy ™ that is central to her practice. She has also been featured in the book, Mutual Rescue by Carol Novello and on multiple health podcasts. Dr.Kulkarni has been a speaker at the International Conference for Nutrition in Medicine in Washington DC organized by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and regularly conducts health webinars for Silicon Valley companies. She completed her medical training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and has been practicing in the Bay Area for over 12 years. She sits on the Board of Directors at the Institute for Natural Medicine. She is an active member of the California Naturopathic Doctors Association, American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.