One Day CAN Change Your Life!
5:45 – 6:50 pm (starts promptly at 5:45 pm)
Dinner & Panel Discussion
Detecting Your Body’s Clues Presented by Einstein Healthcare Network
Vincent M. Figueredo, MD,Associate Chair, Division of Cardiology, Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
Jennifer Simmons, MD, FACS, Chief, Breast Surgery; Director, Women’s Center, Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
Debra Somers Copit, MD, Director, Breast Imaging, Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
Lori A. Jardines, MD, Breast Surgeon, Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
Daniel J. Canter, MD, Associate Chairman, Department of Urology, Einstein Healthcare Network
It’s no mystery that as we age, our bodies change. But as we evolve, are we clued-in to what our bodies are telling us? Join the experts of Einstein Healthcare Network to better understand how our bodies give us clues and how understanding these signs can help identify changes that could lead to early detection. Topics range from heart health to women’s and men’s health.
7:00 – 7:50 pm SPEAKERS (Choose one):
Cognitive Fitness: Promoting Brain Power Across the LifespanDr. Steven E. Arnold, Director, Penn Memory Center; Professor, Psychiatry and Neurology, University of Pennsylvania
How do you maintain a healthy brain? Recent findings show that physical exercise, diet and nutrition, and stress management all contribute to healthy brain aging, but even the fittest folks may find their brains slowing down over time. Learn strategies to promote cognitive fitness including exercises for your brain, methods for compensating for memory lapses, and healthy lifestyle recommendations for better brain function, as well as the signs of normal and abnormal changes in memory, thinking, and cognition. Dr. Arnold will also discuss options for managing unhealthy cognitive changes in aging adults.
You're Never too Old to Start Getting YoungerDr. Charlie Seltzer, Limitless Longevity; Board Certified in Obesity Medicine and Internal Medicine, Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist
You CAN turn back the clock no matter what your age or starting point. Learn how to make the necessary changes in your life to help you feel younger at any age, with detailed, practical ways to apply better nutrition and exercise habits to help achieve your goals of losing body fat, increasing energy, and getting healthier. Our discussion will include treating and often reversing chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol; food choices, exercise regimens, vitamins and other supplements; myths, fads, what works and what doesn't; hormone replacement therapy; weight loss agents and other relevant topics; as well as medication options to achieve a longer, healthier and more active life.
8:00 – 8:50 pm SPEAKERS (Choose one):
Beating Boomeritis®: Are You Built to Last?Dr. Nicholas A. DiNubile, Orthopaedic Surgeon; Best-selling Author, FrameWork- Your 7 Step Program for Healthy Muscles, Bones & Joints and FrameWork "Active For Life" book series
Treating the tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis, and “Fix-Me-Itis” that he was seeing regularly in athletes and patients of a certain age, “Dr. Nick” first coined the term Boomeritis to describe the wear, tear, injuries, and vulnerabilities that most of us have or will develop with our musculoskeletal system (our frame). Dr. Nick has discussed Boomeritis for national media ranging from Katie Couric’s CBS-TV news show and The New York Times to the Philadelphia Inquirer. His work and research was featured in the Wall Street Journal and on HBO Real Sports. Now you can hear the orthopedic surgeon to the Philadelphia 76ers and Pennsylvania Ballet, and highly acclaimed, best-selling author of the popular FrameWork series (seen on PBS-TV)—share his 7-step program designed to "extend your warranty" and promote optimum muscle, bone, and joint function for a lifetime. Learn Dr. Nick’s cutting-edge strategies for safely starting, maintaining, and building an exercise program, and his path to good health at any age.
Forever Sexual: Enjoying Erotic Pleasures as We AgeDr. Betsy Crane, Professor, Center for Human Sexuality Studies, Widener University
Learn tips for staying sexually alive, whether you are single or partnered. This upbeat presentation by a noted sexuality educator, who is herself a "60 something," will help you think about sensuality and erotic pleasure as an everyday life experience (that will never end!) and ways to adapt sexual behaviors to be more comfortable and satisfying.