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PT Elevated | What is Lifestyle Medicine? | Jen Uschold

January 13, 2023 • Kory Zimney, Jen Uschold

EIM’s lifestyle medicine program director, Jen Uschold, highlights how lifestyle medicine uses everyday behaviors, topics, and tools that do not cost money and take minimal effort to create powerful changes in our health. Listen to learn more.

Helpful research and training: update

Introduction to Lifestyle Medicine
Lifestyle Nutrition
Lifestyle Medicine and Emotional Health
Promoting Health and Human Experience
Certification in Lifestyle Medicine

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@ZimneyKJ on Twitter
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Kory Zimney

Kory received a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of North Dakota in 1994. He completed his transitional DPT from Des Moines University in 2010 and a Ph.D. in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 2020. His dissertation focused on the construct of trust as part of the therapeutic alliance and its relation...

Jen Uschold

Jen is a 1991 graduate from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. She has worked in multiple treatment environments including travel PT. She settled into an outpatient focus for the past 20 years. Her approach with patients has been strongly influenced by the Institute of Physical Art and the International Spine and Pain Institute (now...

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