Mary Jo Fishburn MD was listed as a top doctor under Integrative/Complementary Medicine, on page 260, in the November 2013 Baltimore Magazine. It is an unexpected and delightful event. Thank you to those of you who voted me in!
As we age, we lose brain cells, a well-known fact of life. What isn’t as commonly known is that cognitive function/brain capacity is not a product of the number of brain cells (compare the thinking capacity of a 6 year old to the average 60 year old), but the connections those cells make with each … Read moreStrategies to improve brain function
Dr. Fishburn is attending The Institute for Functional Medicine’s 2013 Annual International Conference entitled: ILLUMINATING THE ENERGY SPECTRUM, this weekend, in Dallas, Texas. The 3-day conference is focused on clinical solutions for pain management, chronic fatigue, and brain dysfunction. Check out the Conference website for more information at: http://www.functionalmedicine.org/conference.aspx?id=2664&cid=35§ion=t241
The autonomic nervous system influences and controls our basic vital functions, including breathing, heart rate, and blood pressure. The sympathetic (fight or flight) aspects of this system must be balanced with the parasympathetic (rest and digest) aspects for optimal health. A simple way to reset the autonomic nervous system, to restore neutral, is to focus … Read more5 x 5 – Breathe
If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be? Your weight? Job? Social life? Self-esteem? Lack of organization? Low level of motivation? On Tuesday January 15, you will start to identify what holds you back from your goals and techniques to help you move forward. A presentation provided by: Ava Barron-Shasho, MSW … Read moreChange one Thing: a free in-office program, 1/15/13