Dr. Charles Whitney to interview authors of new heart attack and stroke prevention book on Third Era MD radio program
February is American Heart Month and Dr. Charles Whitney is devoting his weekly talk show “Third Era MD” on WBCB 1490 to the topics of cardiovascular disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention, with a very strong emphasis on the prevention of heart attacks and strokes. As part of this focus, Dr. Whitney will be interviewing Bradley Bale, MD, and Amy Doneen, ARNP, founders of the Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington.
February is American Heart Month andDr. Charles Whitney is devoting his weekly talk show “Third Era MD” on WBCB 1490 to the topics of cardiovascular disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention, with a very strong emphasis on the prevention of heart attacks and strokes.
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As part of this focus, Dr. Whitney will be interviewing Bradley Bale, MD, and Amy Doneen, ARNP, founders of the Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington. They are the authors of the new book “Beat the Heart Attack Gene: The Revolutionary Plan to Prevent Heart Disease, Stroke, and Diabetes.” Their book is anticipated to be a best-seller. They speak about their method nationally, including at the world-renown Cleveland Clinic.
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Dr. Whitney, whose medical practice, Revolutionary Health Services is focused on preventing illness such as heart disease rather than waiting until it is too late, will interview Dr. Bale and Amy Doneen separately and on different “Third Era MD” radio program air dates. On Monday, February 10, Dr. Whitney and Dr. Bale will discuss the following:
- How cardiovascular disease can lurk undetected like a “cat in the gutter”
- The threat of inflammation on “vulnerable” arterial plaque
- Why we cannot treat inflammation with a pill; we must discover and treat its root cause
- The decreasing significance of cholesterol levels as a predictor of cardiovascular disease
- The role of statins in heart attack protection — not just for cholesterol reduction
On Monday February 17, Dr. Whitney will cover the following with Amy Doneen:
- Examine the many root causes of cardiovascular disease, some little known
- Explain how having multiple root causes significantly increases your risk of a heart attack or stroke
- Why the root causes can explain a “family history” of cardiovascular disease
- The role of genetics in cardiovascular disease and how one can “Beat the Heart Attack Gene”
According to Dr. Whitney, “I agree with Dr. Bale and Amy Doneen that most strokes and heart attacks are preventable. I’ve trained in their methods and apply them in my private practice, Revolutionary Health Services. Standard-of-care medicine is not adequately preventing heart attacks and strokes. This method offers optimal care through improved identification of those at risk, and offering a customized plan tailored to the individual’s needs. I am very honored and excited to have them as my guests on the “Third Era MD” radio show.”
Airing every Monday 9:00 a.m. on WBCB 1490 a.m., “Third Era MD: Creating Your Health with Dr. Charles Whitney,” examines the topics, tips, and trends that can help local radio listeners as well as national streaming audio listenerstake charge of their health and prevent illness.
About Charles Whitney, MD and Revolutionary Health Services: Dr. Charles Whitney graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 1990 and completed his family practice residency at the David Grant United States Air Force Medical Center. He is double board certified in the specialties of family medicine and sports medicine. His experience includes seven years as an Air Force physician and seven years in the University of Pennsylvania Health System before establishing his own direct primary care practice, Revolutionary Health Services in 2003. For more information, visit www.RevolutionaryHealthServices.com. Follow Revolutionary Health Services on Facebook.
About Bradley F. Bale, MD and Amy L. Doneen, ARNP: Bradley F. Bale, MD, and Amy L. Doneen, ARNP, are co-founders of the Bale/Doneen Method, which they teach to health-care providers. Their research on cardiovascular disease prevention has been published in such respected medical journals as Atherosclerosis, Post Graduate Medicine, Journal of the National Medical Association, Journal of Clinical Lipidology,Cardiology Roundtable, Physician’s Weekly, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, and ADVANCE for Healthy Aging. Bradley Bale has a private clinical practice in Nashville, Tenn. He is an adjunct professor at Texas Tech Health Science Center’s School of Nursing and serves as the medical director of the Heart Health Program for Grace Clinic in Lubbock, Texas. Amy Doneen is the medial director of the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington. She is adjunct professor at Texas Tech Health Science Center’s School of Nursing and is currently in the doctoral nursing program at Gonzaga University.