Mar 15, 2022
Is there really such a thing as a “mind-body connection?” And if
so, how does the mind help the body to heal?
- Rock star, musician, he is the founder, lead singer, guitarist
and primary songwriter for the rock band Foo Fighters. He rose to
fame as the drummer for the band Nirvana.
- Former major
league soccer player who played for 21 seasons for teams the Miami
Fusion, the Colorado Rapids and Real Salt Lake. He played on the
U.S. National Team several teams and competed in major tournaments
such as the Copa America, the Gold Cup and the World Cup. He was
named one of the 25 greatest players by Major League Soccer
before is retirement
in 2021. Today, he is head coach of the Utah Valley University
men’s soccer team.
Dr. Lew Schon, M.D.,
- Internationally renowned Orthopedic surgeon
specializing in the foot and ankle, he is Director of Orthopedic
Innovation at the Institute of Food and Ankle Reconstruction at
Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. He was the inventor of
an artificial ankle joint known as the Zimmer Total Ankle
Replacement and has been co-inventor on several other medical
devices used to treat challenging musculoskeletal conditions. He is
a researcher and a teacher, having trained over 500 students,
researchers and residents worldwide.
Dr. Suzie Bash, M.D.
- Medical Director of Neuroradiology at San Fernando Valley
Interventional Radiology in Los Angeles. She is a board-certified
neuroradiologist and is actively involved in clinical trials
concerning Artificial Intelligence applications in
Dr. Michele Linden, EdD, MFT, MA , MS
- Dr. Linden is a clinical psychologist specializing in veteran
and military care, anger management, trauma and PTSD, serious
mental health disorders, communication, and social skills