Long Covid Zoom Interview with Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
Long Covid Zoom Interview with Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, MD expert doctor, researcher and Lorrie Rivers, RYT500 about “Long Covid.” Long Coviders refers to people who are still experiencing debilitating symptoms long after their initial Covid infection
“Long Coviders” refers to people who are still experiencing debilitating symptoms long after their initial Covid infection. For many, those symptoms have lasted 2 months, or 4 months, or even 6 months and often leave them bedbound or housebound. There’s no way of knowing how long it will persist into the future for them. It’s affecting millions of people of all ages and at all levels of health. It is slowly (very slowly) being recognized by the medical community and by the press, but there is still very little known about how to address it.
Lorrie Rivers, local yoga teacher and holistic life coach, will be interviewing Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, expert doctor and researcher in the area of post-viral syndromes such as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia and now, Long Covid. He is the bestselling author of From Fatigued to Fantastic and is often featured in the media on shows like Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News Channel, the Dr. Oz Show and Oprah & Friends.
Dr. Teitelbaum, MD will be talking about his SHINE protocol, answering questions about the science behind these illnesses, and answering as many questions as he can within this two hour window he has so generously agreed to. You can attend the live interview for no charge by signing up at www.LivingFromInspiration.com or by emailing [email protected] . Dr. Teitelbaum will be taking questions live or you can submit them beforehand to [email protected] If you can’t make the live call, you can access the recording for a week if you’ve registered by October 19 (if there are spaces left!).
If you or anyone you know of is dealing with “Long Covid” or ME/CFS/FM, this interview will be invaluable. Lorrie and Dr. Teitelbaum’s deepest wish is to offer HOPE and HELP for people with this illness because both of them have first hand experience with how difficult and devastating it can be. Lorrie and Dr. Teitelbaum also recommend that you urge your GP to attend. Because this illness is so complex and still relatively marginalized, most GPs are not aware of how to approach it. Dr. Teitelbaum will share how he approaches it and hopefully help GPs to learn about methods that might significantly help their patients.
Date & Time
October 20, 2020
2:00PM - 4:00PM