This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Dr. John W. Nelson (Pain Management Specialist) the Owner and Physician of Advanced Pain Management of Oklahoma … is talking all about the new techniques that allow us to manage our pain with new treatments with fewer side effects, if any! We share many options this Saturday morning 4/24/21 at 9:05am on KZLS The Eagle 🦅 1640AM
Dr John W. Nelson went to College at the University of Texas in Austin, Medical School at Baylor College of Medicine, his Internal Medicine Residency & Fellowship at Mayo Clinic (where Doctor Nelson said he had one of the best experience for the four years he was there) Anesthesiology residency and pain management fellowship was in Kansas City University, Fellowship & Instruction for the World in Budapest Hungry. Dr. Nelson is a Certified Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology and Pain Management Specialist!
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Are You a Family Caregiver? If YES, You are One in 240,000+ in the State of Oklahoma… This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM; My Lovely Mama (Bobbie Gray Diffee-Gunn) was in the OSJ Radio Studio this Week and we had an Enlightening Conversation on Some “Witty Ways” to Care for Your Family Member that will Help You as Well as Your Loved One!
We Lived Being a Family Caregiver for 13 Years When my Dad “Gordon Carl Gunn” was Diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimer’s … We Walked the Walk Now We Can Talk the Talk… The Oklahoma Senior Journal Came Out of Our Own Family Need … Beginning over 30 Years Ago When my Mom Took Care of Her Mother (Laura Diffee) and then My Dad!
The Gunn Clan after Dad’s was 10 years into Dementia/Alzheimer’s Diagnosis. top left is; Greg Gunn, middle top; Nathan Gunn; right top; The Me, bottom left; My Mom & Dad (Bobbie & Gordon Gunn) & bottom right; Phillip Gunn.
Mom & Dad on Their 50th Wedding Anniversary!
Mom & Dad’s Wedding Day in 1955!
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What is Burn Out and What are the Warning Signs? The 🧠 Brain Guys – (top left) Michael Paterson & (bottom) Rodger Anunsen of MINDRAMP.org are Going to Talk to us About; “What Kind of People are Most Vulnerable to Burnout? This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, we Zoomed Michael in from LA California and Roger in from Portland Oregon!
Tune in this Saturday at 9:05am on KZLS The Eagle 🦅 1640am and Educate Yourself!
Michael C. Patterson is a scholar, educator and speaker who develops programs to promote successful aging, brain health, creativity and quality-of-life. Michael ran the award-winning Staying Sharp program at AARP and is founder and CEO of MINDRAMP Consulting. Michael is a certified brain health coach. He produces and hosts the MINDRAMP Podcast that provides practical advice on how to achieve Qualongevity.
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No April Fool’s Here …. Senior Day is Happening Virtually on April, 12th 2021 from 10:30am to Noon and is Entitled “Better Together”. Pictured is Rebekah Williams the Oklahoma State Ombudsman Supervisor & Emcee for the Virtual Senior Day this Year and did you know 100 Oklahomans turn 65 a Day & 208 Oklahomans Turn 50 a Day! COME LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! If You are a Senior or an Adult Child of a Senior or You Serve a Senior then You need to Register for the Virtual “Better Together” Senior Day!
Rebekah Williams is the Oklahoma State Ombudsman Supervisor, 2016 to Present. She serves as: Advocate for residents in long-term care, assisted living, and residential care facilities. Works alongside law makers, state and federal, to assure laws being made are in a positive nature toward residents in the previously mentioned facilities and to pass laws to make sure residents are being treated with dignity and respect to prevent neglect, abuse, and exploitation. Works with State and Federal Agencies on behalf of residents to make sure they have a better quality of life. Works as a consultant to legislators on bills affecting the lives of senior citizens and residents in long-term care facilities. Hold trainings for volunteer ombudsmen in care facilities.
To get ahold of Rebekah Williams for Statewide Ombudsman Supervisor needs for you or a family member see below information…
Rebekah Williams, Ombudsman Supervisor and Systems Advocate
For More information or to Get Registered for “Better Together” Virtual “Senior Day”, April 12th, 2021 From 10:30am to Noon You can CALL: (405) 943-1895
or Go To: Alz-org.zoom.us
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Yoga 🧘♀️ in the OSJ Radio Studio… Yep, You got it … Yoga can be a huge benefit for Trauma Therapy and the Grieving Process …This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio:Learn from an 20 year expert in her field; JoLynn Haskins from “This Land Yoga” and she will do off site classes individually or for Groups!
Yoga is for all ages from 3 to 103 years young … It can help with, balance, core strength along with mental and emotional support!
JoLynn Haskins – Yoga Therapist with Expertise in Trauma Yoga Therapy!
Follow her on Facebook @ JoLynn Haskins or Instagram @ moonrhythmwellness
JoLynn has been a student of movement from a very young age. She majored in dance at UNLV graduating with a B.A., which is also when she discovered yoga and fell in love with the practice. After the unexpected death of her little sister in 2005, she used yoga as her pathway to heal from the trauma of the loss, which was so powerful that it inspired her to get her 200- hour yoga certification. In 2008, she moved to Los Angeles where she built her teaching business, got married to the love of her life, and started her journey of motherhood. For the last 20 years, JoLynn has dedicated her life to the practice of yoga, to healing herself, and to helping facilitate healing in others.
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You Can Have You Cake and Eat it Too at; Village on the Park Independent, Assisted Living & Memory Care … That’s Right Let Them Have Cake so We Are in the OSJ Radio Studio this Morning … Tune in to Hear from a Real Live Resident from Village on the Park … Beverly Gatton 96 Years Young at Heart and Loves Telling Others – How her Life has Excelled in Living at Village on the Park since 2017!
Karen Proctor has been at Village on the Park for 9 years. 7 years in Business Development and 2 years as the Executive Director. She sees this job as a ministry and considers each resident a member of her family. Karen feels blessed to be part of such a great team and surrounded by loved ones each day.
Jennifer Atchley has been with Village on the Park for almost 11 years. For 10 years, she was the Life Enrichment Director and is now serving as Director of Business Development and Move- In Coordinator. It is Jennifer’s passion to educate the community about how senior living can improve quality of life and bring a balance back to an aging person’s mind, body, and soul!
Beverly Gatton is a young 96 year old Glorious Happy Resident at Village on the Park, since 2017 and Beverly lets us know “On Air” this Saturday that when her husband went to his finial home to be with Jesus that she was surrounded by the beautiful family she had made at “Villages on the Park” came along side of her to support and love her during her lose and it comforted her so very much!
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What are “Infrared Video Goggles”? They are used for video monitoring and recording of patient eye movements in order to more accurately diagnose and treat dizziness and balance disorders.
This week on Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. We’re in the Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour Studio with Oklahoma Physical Therapy – Owners and Physical Therapist, (left) Jason Manning and (center) Derek Lehman … You literally will not believe all the things Oklahoma Physical Therapy can do for you AND you ARE NOT treated like a number there!
Jason Manningcompleted the physical therapy program at Texas Woman’s University in 2004. He has completed additional training in Dry Needling, Vestibular Rehab, and completed a Fellowship training in Manual Therapy in 2009. He has practiced in Orthopedics for 17 years, and has a strong background in spinal and orthopedic dysfunctions.
Derek Lehman completed the physical therapy program at OUHSC in 2013. He has completed additional training in Dry Needling, Vestibular Rehab, and completed a Fellowship training in Manual Therapy in 2018. He also has a strong background in spinal and orthopedic dysfunctions. He speaks Spanish, and lived in Honduras with his wife for about one year prior to becoming a physical therapist.