I’m burned out! How can the BaleDoneen Method offer more?

Provider burnout is at an all-time high!  According to a 2019 Medical Economics Survey, 50% fall into this category.  Providers experience emotional exhaustion, feel as though they’re not making an impact, and struggle with the growing list of administrative tasks.  The BaleDoneen Method allows you to create a specialty practice around prevention with proven results.  And, you immediately have a growing list of people who need your help!

By |2020-09-02T11:11:21+00:00September 2nd, 2020||

Why isn’t Prevention more commonly practiced?

In our healthcare system today, the vast majority of providers are trained to treat end-stage disease. In the world of cardiology, for example, most cardiologists are interventional cardiologists. This means they have been trained to intervene once arterial disease is causing a serious problem like a heart. attack.  Sadly, this is also referred to as “standard of care”. The BaleDoneen Method aims to prevent the disease and prevent the disease from causing a serious problem!

By |2020-09-02T11:10:53+00:00September 2nd, 2020||

Why BaleDoneen?

Once you discover that a CURE exists for heart attacks, strokes, type-2 diabetes, dementia and more, how can you NOT offer this to your patients or demand this level of care as a patient!

By |2020-09-02T11:10:32+00:00September 2nd, 2020||

Do You Have any of the following Red Flags?

Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease

While comprehensive testing at the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center will give you the most precise assessment of your level of risk, there area number of known risk factors for cardiovascular disease — “red flags” — that may indicate an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, or diabetes:

  • personal or family history of cardiovascular disease
  • personal or family history of heart attack, stroke, or Type 2 diabetes
  • diabetes (risk factor for heart attack and stroke)
  • gestational diabetes
  • elevated cholesterol
  • nicotine use in any form
  • secondary exposure to nicotine use (such as second-hand […]
By |2020-08-26T13:24:26+00:00August 26th, 2020||
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