W106 | The Power of Lifestyle
Medicine for Women's Health| Cynthia Geyer
Over the last 20 years the evidence has exploded on the importance of lifestyle factors for disease prevention and management and even reversal, as well as their impact on healthy aging and vitality. Through the lens of common concerns in women's health, this dynamic series will review the role of movement, stress, sleep, nutrition, and social connection and will outline practical strategies for women to implement in their own lives to support optimal health and well-being.
Dr. Cynthia Geyer is an honors graduate of The Ohio State University College of Medicine who completed her internal medicine residency at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY. She is triple board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine and lifestyle medicine. She joined the Ultrawellness Center in Lenox, Massachusetts in June 2021 after 23 years at Canyon Ranch as their medical director. As core faculty for The Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s “Food as Medicine” conference for 20 years, she has taught physicians and other health care professionals about the power and practice of lifestyle approaches for themselves and their patients. A past member of the Board of Directors for the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and an elected fellow of the college, she is the case series editor for the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. Publications include articles, case studies and textbook chapters on various topics in lifestyle medicine. A clinician, educator, avid hiker and mother, she is passionate about collaborative approaches to health and wellness.
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