FB Live: Ask Me Anything! 3/25 11am PST
Thank you for tuning in to my Facebook Live events! My goal with these sessions is to educate others out there on how best to optimize their health and prevent illness and disease. Have a question? Let me know and I may answer it in my next episode!
FB Live 6: March 25th 11:00am PST
What do you want to know? Ask me anything! Send me your questions at email@example.com, and your questions may be answered in this episode.
Past FB Live Events
FB Live 5: Coronavirus Prevention & More – February 12th 11:00am PST
We’ll explore everything we currently know and don’t know about Coronavirus, and what you can do to best protect yourself and others. Plus – Q&A about Coronavirus or any other health and beauty related topics.
Learn more about this coronavirus Covid-19 and how you can protect yourself from infection. Ask your questions online or come visit me during my community Open Office Hours on 2/20 from 12-7pm. More info at my website anitawangmd.com.
Posted by Anita Wang, MD – Wellness, Longevity and Aesthetics on Wednesday, February 12, 2020
FB Live 4: Happy New Decade! Mitochondrial Health for Energy – January 15th 11:00am PST
Learn the purpose of these cellular powerhouses and how they affect your overall health. Mitochondrial function can impact your energy levels – and certain stresses can actually boost your mitochondria’s ability to perform vital tasks! Discover the holistic, natural way to optimal health and fitness.
FB Live 3: End of the Decade Health & Mindset Review – 12/11/2019
Thanks for joining me for my Facebook Live event.
It’s time to stop putting off the things you have been “meaning to do” or that do not have an official deadline. Make a commitment.
Knowing what your body needs will make it easier to stay on track whether with foods or exercise. I would like to challenge you to invest in your health by coming in and have a wellness assessment and find out how well you are. I’ll share some of my stories from the ER and suggest some tips on how we can make the upcoming decade even better than the last.
FB Live 2: How to Enjoy Stress-Free Travels This Holiday Season
Thank you for watching and participating on my FB Live on this topic. My goal with the Facebook Live events is to educate others out there on how best to optimize their health and prevent illness and disease. Is this something you would find value in, or how do you like to get your information about these types of topics? Please let me know!
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So many people attended our last Facebook Live event that I didn’t get to speak with everyone. I hope by hosting another event I will have the opportunity to answer everyone’s questions. Also, due to popular demand, I plan to host Facebook Live events on a monthly basis.
Maintaining Your Health During the Holidays
I really enjoy seeing my patients in the office. However, these Facebook live events allow me to connect with a much wider audience and I enjoy the opportunity to work with such a diverse group of people. It’s also so important to stay healthy, especially during the holidays. I see so many of my patients burning the candle at both ends, trying to do it all, and not taking care of themselves in the process. Then they get sick and they can’t enjoy the holidays. My goal with this Facebook live event is to share a few simple tricks that can help you avoid the holiday burnout, stay hydrated and most importantly, healthy throughout the holidays. Attendees will also learn how they can stay dry and stop those frequent restroom visits with just a few simple treatments on the Emsella chair.
FB Live 1: Breast Cancer Prevention
Experts talk about the mammogram as if it is the only thing women can do in the fight against breast cancer. While it is a useful tool for early detection, I’d like to focus on one step earlier: breast cancer prevention. What we can we do to protect our bodies and minimize the risk of getting breast cancer. Other questions we will answer:
- How much does diet, exercise, smoking, alcohol, contraceptives, hormone replacement therapy affect my risk?
- How often should I go to the doctor for a check-up?
- How does age and family history affect my risk?
- What are symptoms of breast cancer?
What others are saying about Dr. Anita Wang’s Facebook Live Events
Many clients have already benefitted from attending Dr. Wang Facebook Live events. “I really enjoy these Facebook Live events because I can participate easily from just about anywhere,” said one attendee. “She also gives so much great advice in such a short window that it fits right into my busy day.”
Emsella Chair: A Revolutionary Treatment for Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence is a serious issue affecting the young, old, men, and women. It can seriously affect a person’s motivation to going out and staying active, which can deteriorate their overall health and longevity.
Conventional medicine remedies can include: Kegel exercises, medication, Botox injections into the bladder, and other inconvenient and invasive procedures. I am so excited to share a new FDA cleared alternative that can deliver results in three weeks! Best of all –
Imagine a non-invasive, fully-clothed, 28-minute procedure.
- Various types of incontinence
- Who is a good candidate for Emsella?
- How many sessions do I need?
- What does the procedure feel like?
- How quickly will I see results?
- What other benefits might I experience from using Emsella?
If you have questions you’d like addressed regarding these topics, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see then!
To your health,
About Anita Wang, MD
Founded in 2009, Anita Wang MD’s practice is Southern California’s leader in wellness, longevity and aesthetics. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to suit every need. Anita Wang, MD, FACEP is a Board-Certified Emergency Physician, a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, a Fellow of the American Academy of Anti-Aging, and extensively trained in Aesthetics. She graduated from the University Missouri – Kansas City School of Medicine and has spent the over 20 years as an ER doctor previously at UCLA Medical Center, Eisenhower Medical Center and St. Mary’s Medical Center.