Killeen, TX (PRWEB) May 26, 2014
Dr. Patricia Sulak, who has been recognized by her peers as one of the best physicians in America, will deliver the evening keynote address at the "RX for Body and Soul Conference." The event will be held at the Faith Point Church in Killeen, Texas on Monday, June 2, and the public is invited to attend.
According to the Faith Point Church, the "RX for Body and Soul Conference" is for women who want to develop healthy habits and build healthier communities. Event organizers believe that few people can represent the program quite like Sulak, who will discuss her trademark "11 Essential Elements for Health and Happiness." Featured prominently in Sulak's "Living WELL Aware" program and her upcoming book "Should I Fire My Doctor?," these elements include tips that promote wellness and prevent disability and disease among working adults.
"Waiting rooms are filled with many patients who are neither healthy nor happy,” said Sulak, who has practiced medicine since 1987. “It is important for folks to be proactive when it comes to their health.”
"Although you can’t discount the effects of supplements, medications, and surgeries, people can benefit immensely from good habits such as dieting and exercise. The focus of the ‘Living WELL Aware’ program is to help people understand that even the smallest changes can have an immediate impact on their lives.”
As a physician and a researcher, Sulak has dedicated her entire career to finding solutions to medical problems. Having treated people from all walks of life, Sulak says that the "Living WELL Aware" program will benefit everyone. "Whether you are in great health or in the worst shape of your life, 'Living WELL Aware' has the information to get you to the next level of health and happiness," said Sulak.
About Dr. Patricia Sulak
Dr. Patricia Sulak is a distinguished physician, researcher, and educator. She has appeared on CNN, Wall Street Journal, TIME, Cosmopolitan, US News and World Report, and Newsweek. A Dudley P. Baker Endowed Professor of Research and Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology and the recipient of an award from the North American Menopause Society in 2008, Sulak has received numerous teaching and research honors and has been named among the "Best Doctors of America."
Sulak's "Living WELL Aware" program specializes in adult wellness with an emphasis on promotion of scientifically proven healthy lifestyles to prevent disability and disease. For more information, visit http://www.livingwellaware.com/.