video thumbnail for Practical Ways to Stay Healthy With Hydrotherapy Play button Play video 1:9:1 March 2021 Practical Ways to Stay Healthy With Hydrotherapy A lot of questions arise when it comes to hydrotherapy. What is it? How do you do it? Can it help with other health issues or is it really just for optimizing your immunity? The fact is that water can be used in different ways and for different purposes to alleviate pain, nourish the body, and assist in many areas of physical and mental wellbeing. In this episode, we will view 5 practical demonstrations as well as explore the benefits of those with mental health issues. Together we will explore more of the research behind hydrotherapy and what it can mean for the health of you in your family in a time where health has never appeared and been more important. Join us for Level Up with host Dr. Lela Lewis and guests, Dr. Neil Nedley, Dr. Zeno Charles-Marcel, and Pastor Mark Finley, as they discuss hydrotherapy and its effects, both physical and mental, upon the body in order to optimize good health. Learn more about Level Up! and our recent medical symposiums at awr.org∕health. MEET OUR GUESTS Dr Neil Nedley, MD, is a practicing internal medicine physician with emphasis in gastroenterology, mental health, lifestyle medicine and difficult-to-diagnose cases. He also serves as president of the Weimar Institute, home to the NEWSTART® residential lifestyle center, Weimar Academy and Weimar College in the beautiful foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains outside Sacramento, California. He has authored many books and conducted mental health education programs throughout the U.S. and other countries. He is the owner of the Nedley Clinic, an internal medicine practice in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Dr Zeno Charles-Marcel currently serves as Vice-President of Medical Affairs for the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine with a further qualification in Geriatric Medicine. Professional activities range from clinical preventive medicine to critical care practice, hospital administration, community health, medical education, and research. He is currently the Vice-President for Medical Affairs at the Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Health & Healing, and holds academic appointments at both Montemorelos and Loma Linda Universities. Elder Mark Finley is a former speaker/director for It Is Written and a retired General Conference Vice President. He is still active as an evangelist and has presented more than 150 evangelistic series in more than 80 countries, as well as 17 NET series broadcast throughout the world. He presents regularly at conventions, field schools, and evangelism institutes, and appears on the Hope Channel’s series Experience Hope.

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