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When East Meets West in Healing

Sharon Sayler welcomes Roberta Mittman, our resident Health and Wellness Coach and founder of the Park Avenue Center for Wellbeing, who maintains a busy practice in New York City, to another episode of Life Interrupted Radio. In this special interview as part of our Autoimmune Series, we’ll find out how Eastern and Western medical philosophies can work together for effective healing.

During this episode, Roberta will share just a few of the many ways you can begin to explore integrating different healing modalities into your life. Roberta will discuss:

– How in the traditional Chinese approach, food itself is seen as medicine

– How not to feel deprived while banishing cravings

– What to do when you’ve gotten off track with your healing

– How to integrate Eastern healing with Western modalities

Roberta will also offer a special gift to help you easily jumpstart your wellness.


About Roberta Mittman:

Roberta-TNRoberta Mittman is a dedicated alternative healthcare practitioner, health and wellness coach, speaker, author, licensed acupuncturist, and the founder of the Park Avenue Center of Wellbeing in New Your City. Learn more about Roberta at:




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