Plant-Powered Pain Management
The price of pain for Americans is upwards of $300 billion and rising, including the costly toll of human suffering and side effects. The U.S. healthcare system functions as a “sick care” system treating symptoms instead of root cause issues. Time starved doctors treat pain patients with pills and procedures. Practitioners need to think differently about the evaluation and responsible management of pain. Pain is a puzzle to be solved rather than a symptom to be suppressed, a signal that the complex system of integrated networks known as the human body is out of balance.
In this webinar, Lillie Rosenthal, DO will present successful pain management strategies highlighting food as the ultimate prescription for pain relief. She will discuss the pain points of the pandemic, the power of plants for pain relief, and how movement can be medicine.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Understand the scope of the U.S. pain problem and rethink the pain puzzle.
- See evidence-based benefits of a whole food plant-based diet as the ultimate prescription for pain.
- Gain a comprehensive, effective, responsible, and practical approach to a foods-that-fight-pain program.
Lillie Rosenthal, DO
An expert in personalized lifestyle management with a focus on injury prevention, pain management, health optimization, and performance, Lillie Rosenthal, DO, is a physician with a private practice located in New York City. She is a specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Rosenthal sees a variety of patients including world-renowned musicians, dancers, choreographers, writers, and athletes, and treats such conditions as back pain, tendonitis, and repetitive stress disorders. She is also a consulting physician for the New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera, MTV Video Music Awards, and several Broadway productions.
Rosenthal’s media experience includes national television appearances on "The Dr. Oz Show" and she has been featured as an author and expert source in several publications, including U.S. News & World Report, the New York Times, The Huffington Post and Consumer Reports. Rosenthal is an author, educator, and media spokesperson for the American Osteopathic Association. She is a member of the medical advisory boards of MedShadow and Plant-Powered Metro New York as well a Council of Directors member of True Health Initiative.
Rosenthal is the host and co-founder of the podcast “Power to the Patient.”
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