Immortality Now! Episode 6 with Dr Norman Shealy

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Episode #6: Featuring Dr. Norman Shealy M.D., Ph.D.

Immortality Now! is a monthly 20-minute video webcast hosted by Dr. Ronald Klatz, President & Founder of the A4M. Dr. Klatz conducts probing on-camera interviews with the scientists, physicians, and corporate innovators who are leading the field of anti-aging industry.
Immortality Now! explores cutting-edge biomedical and scientific break-throughs that hold the promise of optimal health, wellness, and longevity.

In this episode of Immortality Now! host Dr. Ronald Klatz talks with renowned physician and scientist Dr. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., a leader in the fields of Preventative and Energy Medicine. Dr. Shealy, has authored 30 books including Life Beyond 100, 90 Days to Self Health, and Living Bliss. He is the head of The Shealy Institiue, respected world-wide for it’s innovative and successful rehabilitation approaches to pain and stress management.

Dr. Shealy talks about Energy Medicine as an alternative to surgery or pharmaceuticals. He discusses his Telomere Modification Program, Transcutaneous Acupuncture using essential oils, and the use of Cranial Electrical Stimulation along with Photo Stimulation to treat depression, anxiety and addiction.  This episode includes both an interview with Dr. Shealy, as well as highlights from his presentation at the A4M anti-aging conference in Las Vegas, NV.

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After 15+ years as an IT professional. Jonathon decided to return to school in hopes of one day troubleshooting the most universal problem effecting all. Death, pain, and suffering by aging. As an undergraduate he is currently performing research in Dr. Richard Bennetts lab at the University of Southern Indiana, as well as volunteering for various organizations including the Buck Institute for research on Aging.

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