[New Episode] Dr. Stephen Sinatra with Dr. Carolyn Dean – Tonight


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Tonight Dr. Dean will be talking with Dr. Stephen Sinatra, a visionary pioneer and a leading authority in the field of heart health and wellness. Dr. Sinatra is a board-certified cardiologist who is also board certified in internal medicine and has additional certifications in nutrition, bioenergetic psychotherapy, and anti-aging medicine.

Dr. Sinatra has lectured and facilitated workshops worldwide and has authored several publications and medical periodicals. He has been a featured guest on many national radio and television shows including CNN, MSNBC, Fox on Health, the Dr. Oz, The Doctors, and 700 Club shows, and The Today Show.

Since opening his own private practice in Manchester, CT in 1977, Dr. Sinatra has become well-known for his integration of conventional medicine with complementary nutritional and psychological therapies that help heal the heart. He is a fellow in the American College of Cardiology and the American College of Nutrition and served two four-year terms as the Chief of Cardiology at Manchester Memorial Hospital, where he had previously been Director of Medical Education for 18 years.

Just like our very own Dr. Carolyn Dean,  Dr. Sinatra is an advocate for the integrative medicine model is which is geared to preventing illness through proactive lifestyle changes such as eating a healthy diet, supplementing with nutraceuticals, reducing stress through various mind-body techniques, engaging in regular exercise and making choices that cultivate emotional health.

As a doctor, health advocate, educator and visionary leader in the health community for many years, Dr. Dean is thrilled to have Dr. Stephen Sinatra on the show for the Doctor to Doctor segment. With so much in common and so much to share this show is going to be wonderfully informative and inspiring, to say the least!

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