We wanted to offer patients something that would benefit them with lots of valuable health information directly from an expert.
(PRWEB) November 13, 2012
California orthopedic specialist, Glenn D. Cohen, M.D. was proud to host a fitness workshop in his medical office on October 24, 2012 with guest speaker, Michael Brazeal, M.A. The workshop, “Essentials to Fitness, Your Pathway to Health and Longevity”, provided patients with information and methods to help prevent chronic disease, increase energy and vitality, look and feel better, and even live longer.
“We wanted to offer patients something that would benefit them with lots of valuable health information directly from an expert,” said Dr. Glenn D. Cohen. “I’ve trained with Michael before and his training and background make him one of the top experts in his field. We’re proud to have Michael in our office presenting this workshop to our patients.”
The workshop was a great success and participants walked away with tools to improve life quality. Brazeal helped patients who have already begun a diet and exercise program in addition to those who are just starting out. Participants learned how to be more efficient and maximize diet and exercise. Brazeal was available after the workshop for a question and answer session, where many of the participants had their questions answered about his workshop.
Brazeal is an expert in his field. He is an Exercise Physiologist, ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist and Personal Trainer, Former Director of Fitness at the California Health & Longevity Insistute, and Former Trainer of Dr. Glenn Cohen.
About Glenn D. Cohen, M.D.:
Glenn D. Cohen, M.D. is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons. He is subspecialty trained and possesses a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Surgery of the Hand. Dr. Cohen treats disorders of the hands, wrists, forearms and elbows. He is well versed in both non-operative and surgical care of all disorders and treats all types of Upper Extremity Conditions including arthritis, complex trauma, fractures, nerve compression, hand and wrist deformities. For more information, please visit: http://www.handsurgeon.org