Preventing and Reversing Alzheimer’s Through Brain Health
We hope you will enjoy this webinar with Dr. William Sears and Dr. Vince Fortanasce, where together they share their expertise in the field of brain health, and its preventable and reversible role with Alzheimer’s, in addition to other ailments affected by the brain.
Dr. Fortanasce has experienced firsthand the hardship of Alzheimer’s disease when his own father passed away from the disease. His mother is also fighting the disease, and Dr. Fortanasce is able to bring this experience into his practice and teachings, adding a layer of compassion and empathy to help families and individuals who are fighting Alzheimer’s. Learn more about Dr. Fortanasce below.
Please Note: This webinar is part of our ongoing education provided to our Certified Health Coaches. While these educational webinars are usually exclusive to our graduates, we felt that this information needs to be widely shared given the importance of brain health and the severity of this disease.
If you would like to learn more about becoming a Certified Health Coach with the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute, and how your training and ongoing education can help you make a positive difference in the health and wellness of yourself and others, please contact us or give us a call at (866) 446-1967.
About Dr. Vincent Fortanasce
Dr. Vincent Fortanasce is a board certified neurological rehabilitation specialist. He studied psychiatry at the Institute of Young Living, a Yale Affiliate Hospital, Neurology at University of Southern California, and Neurological and Orthopedic Rehabilitation at Rancho Los Alamos Hospital. Dr. Fortanasce has been the recipient of many prestigious awards, including being ranked in the top 100 physicians in Los Angeles County and Best Physicians in the USA. He is the author of six books, including the Anti-Alzheimer’s Prescription, and co-author of the Healthy Brain Book with Dr. Bill Sears, which will be available in late April of this year. His research has been published in professional and medical journals.