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Lee Lipsenthal, MD was a member of the IONS Board of Directors.
He was the Founder & CEO of Finding Balance in a Medical Life. Dr. Lipsenthal created and delivered programs for practicing physicians, medical students, and residents in practice, community settings, hospitals, and medicals. He was also the Medical Advisor for HeartMath, LLC, a company that delivers training and consulting services to large organizations. These programs focus on finding value in the workplace, managing emotions, and enhancing productivity. He was a member of the Physician Wellness Committee of the AMA and a Consultant. He had been the Medical Director for Lifestyle Advantage, The Preventive Medicine Research Institute, the Benjamin Franklin Clinic, Medical College of Pennsylvania, as well as a Research Associate for the NIH and Howard University College of Medicine. He received numerous awards in the Academic and Medical field and held many editorial board positions and was published in many medical publications throughout the world. His personal interests and passion were with his wife and children, music, guitar playing, baseball, reading, bike riding, Nordic Track, and weights.
After being diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2009, Dr. Lipsenthal was inspired to write his new book, Enjoy Every Sandwich: Living Each Day as if It Were Your Last, released by Crown Books in November 2011.
Lee Lipsenthal passed away on Monday, Sept. 19th, 2011.
Lee Lipsenthal leads a panel on the Future of Integrated Health Care with Victoria Maizes and John Weeks for the Next Evolution of Health Summit.
Dr. Lee Lipsenthal discusses the new integral model of healing that is emerging, and how it represents the next step in health care, as it aims to incorporate all dimensions of healing, from physical to spiritual, and ecological to cosmological. He describes how this approach takes “mind-body medicine” to the next level, one that integrates spiritual dimensions fully into our understanding of how the body works in health and illness.
IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz interviews the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine founder, Lee Lipsenthal, MD. He outlines health care benefits that can result from physicians' being mindful and fully present with a patient.
What’s the future of medicine? Find out with Lee Lipsenthal, President of the American Board of Holistic Medicine, and President/CEO of IONS Marilyn Schlitz. Dr. Lipsenthal offers a profoundly optimistic vision of the breakdowns now occurring, which are clearing space for a practice of medicine that is better for the patient, healthier for the practitioner, and even more economical.
Meditation, Yoga, and Consciousness
IONS Board Member Lee Lipsenthal talks with IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz about changes in allopathic health care and the wider acceptance of meditation, yoga, and consciousness in healing practices.
Marilyn and Lee discuss the challenges new medical students face learning alternative healing modalities in addition to their required allopathic curriculum.
Health and Social Contact
Lee Lipsenthal, MD, talks with Marilyn Schlitz in this segment about social interactions and group support positively effecting health.
Whole System Care
Marilyn and Lee discuss the broken health care system and the increased public interest in more integrated care.
Relationships and Health
In this segment Marilyn and Lee discuss factors of physical, psycho-social, and energetic resonance that create attraction in relationships and if those attractors can influence the healing relationship between practitioner and patient.
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