Top Doctors Announce the Release of New Book on Executive Health

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The award winning physicians of Executive Medicine of Southlake have released their new book “Executive Medicine: Optimizing your chances for a longer life.” This book is being called the executive summary on executive health.

Walter Gaman, MD, FAAFP, DABFM, FCFP and James Mark Anderson, MD, DABFM founders of Executive Medicine of Southlake in Southlake, TX released their new book on executive health. The 110 page book is an easy read intended to give the reader the executive summary of how to avoid the pitfalls of an executive lifestyle and offers clear tips on staying healthy.

“We were pleased to have cooperation from companies such as Siemens Medical Solutions and individuals as astute as Professor Paul Lauterbur, a 2003 Nobel Prize winner. Until now, books about the health and welfare of top executives did not exist. We not only took an interest in these much stressed individuals, we sought out a way to educate them about the many health issues they face,” states Dr. Gaman.

The book Executive Medicine explains to the reader how executives get to the point of exhaustion, how to avoid it, and the importance of an executive physical. Like the book states, executives have unique needs and unique health risks. Understanding these needs and risks is the first step in increasing your chances for a longer life. Since executives have little time to spare, the book is condensed so that it can be easily finished on a plane ride or while relaxing in the evening.

As reader Pamela Karakelle explains, “Dr. Anderson and Dr. Gaman provide insightful recommendations that are easily integrated into a daily routine. The results of their research provide positive guidelines to preventative health issues. This book parallels their medical practice, utilization of current and state of the art technology, and intelligence in medical science.”

“Sometimes the stress level at the top is too much. When you’re the CEO you begin to think you’re superhuman. The reality is that life balance is critical. Unfortunately the concept of balance is often over looked by the typical type-A personality that makes it to the top. Our goal is to educate executives and prevent the inevitable heart attack or stroke that often comes with the job,” advises Dr. Anderson.

Executive Medicine: Optimizing your chances for a longer life (ISBN: 1933290897) can be purchased at or by visiting If you would like to learn more about Dr. Gaman or Dr. Anderson, or to invite them as guest speakers, please either visit or call (800) 910-EXEC.

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