“My best diagnostic tools are my eyes, my ears, and my hands”
–Lillie Rosenthal, DO
An expert in lifestyle management with a focus on injury prevention, pain management and integrative health, Lillie Rosenthal, DO, is a board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation physician in New York City. Dr. Rosenthal’s philosophy of patient care offers a personalized treatment program which supports optimal health and well being.
Dr. Rosenthal sees a variety of patients in her Manhattan practice, including world-renowned musicians, dancers, choreographers, and writers, as well as marathon runners and other athletes, and treats such conditions as back pain, tendonitis and repetitive stress disorders. She is also a consulting physician for the New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera, MTV Video Music Awards and several Broadway productions and is, herself, a dancer and a marathon runner.
Dr. Rosenthal’s media experience includes national television appearances on “The Dr. Oz Show” and she has been featured as an expert source in a number of publications, including U.S. News & World Report, the New York Times, Consumer Reports and The Huffington Post. Dr. Rosenthal is an author, educator and a media spokesperson for the American Osteopathic Association. In today’s talk we delve into natural methods to manage pain. Stay tuned for the powerful and practical tips.
[03:15] Dr. Lillie’s beginnings in medicine
[08:15] When “eating Advil” just isn’t enough
[11:15] The confusion when choosing a practitioner: how to choose someone to meet your needs
[15:24] Which foods heal?
[23:03] As a pain specialist: when are results seen after diet change?
[29:55] What the science shows
DISCLAIMER – The information presented on this podcast should not be construed as medical advice. It is not intended to replace consultation with your physician or healthcare provider. The ideas shared on this podcast are the expressed opinions of the guests and do not always reflect those of Margie Bissinger and the Happy Bones, Happy Life program.