Prevent the Pain Therapy with Vivian Eisenstadt

November 17, 2012
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Vivian Eisenstadt, Chief Orthopedic Specialist and Founder of Prevent the Pain Therapy, Inc. joins eHealth Radio and the Pain Management Channel. Vivian has been a dedicated health practitioner for over 18 years. A native of Brooklyn, New York, she is a physical/sports therapist and a mind-body wellness practitioner.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Vivian Eisenstadt discuss the following:

  • What made you decide to be a physical therapist?
  • What is the most common condition you see and one way to prevent it?
  • What separates your physical therapy clinic from others.
  • What do you like best about what you do?
  • How else does Prevent the Pain help people besides physical therapy?
  • What are some things that you do on a daily basis that help you stay pain-free?


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Life is too short to let chronic pain stop you from doing the things you love. Even if you find relief, how can you ensure that the pain will not come back? Sleeping in the wrong position, slouching at work and strenuous exercise could all be causing recurring injuries. At Prevent the Pain Therapy, Inc., certified physical therapist and postural specialist Vivian Eisenstadt is not finished until the pain is. With a unique, comprehensive and natural healing process, Ms. Eisenstadt teaches patients how to make changes in their everyday habits so that they can heal quickly and effectively. From athletes and dancers to elderly patients with rheumatoid arthritis, Ms. Eisenstadt finds the source of their aches and stops them for good.


About Prevent the Pain Therapy (PTPT)
Led by orthopedic specialist Vivian Eisenstadt, Prevent the Pain Therapy uses the latest healing technologies and a comprehensive process to quickly and easily lead patients to a pain-free lifestyle. The program combines the tools, guidance and education to empower clients and help them achieve total wellness from the inside out.


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Related Web Site: www.preventthepain.com


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