WesternU Reaches Out to Community Through Health and Wellness Seminars
Pomona, Calif - 08/09/2006 -- Western University of Health Sciences, in conjunction with Community of Christ Church, is hosting a series of free Health and Wellness Workshops. The informative sessions feature noted lecturer, physician, and Assistant Professor at Western University of Health Sciences David Redding DO, MS, RPT.
"These workshops are designed to explain the cause of many diseases and present lifestyle changes that anyone can start implementing immediately to gain better health," said Dr. Redding. "This series will start with a Self-Assessment to determine both the cause of a person's diseases and then a plan to improve one's health."
The first installment of this lecture series will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2006 at 3:30 p.m. Saturday's topic will focus on Diet and Exercise. Dr. Redding will discuss and answer questions on the correlation between diet, exercise and wellbeing.
So far, there are six sessions of this series scheduled. They will be held on the second Saturdays of every month. The other sessions will focus on arthritis, hypertension, heart disease, vision, hearing and headaches, and the mind, body, spirit connection.
"All of the workshops are free and it is our hope that the mystery of health and disease can be better explained and therefore modified to optimize health," said Dr. Redding
All are welcome to attend these informative and interactive Health and Wellness sessions. For more information, please contact Rosie Murphy at (909) 868-0871. The sessions will be held at: Upland Community of Christ Church, 1111 14th St., Upland, California.