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Meditalk: Re-Building Health from the Ground Up

 Please join us next Monday, Sept 26th, for MediTalk. Sean Croxton, the founder of Underground Wellness will be our special guest. Croxton has a passion for revolutionizing the way the way we think about health. Croxton graduated from the University of San Diego with a Bachelors in Kinesiology, emphasising health, nutrition, and fitness, then became a certified personal trainer. After witnessing the failures of the healthcare system as his clients gained more weight and got sicker, he made it his mission to fix the the root of the problem. He now promotes the idea of self-care and responsibility.

 Traditional medicine elects to mask symptoms by prescribing drugs to the patient. Croxton works with his client by:
a. Educating the client to understand the process of healing and how stressors break down the body.
b. Building health from the ground up
c. Balancing the body by addressing the 5 Pillars of Health: Diet, Hormones, Digestion, Detoxification, and Immunity

You can join Monday’s MediTalk by clicking here.  Call (714) 888-7416 to speak with the host.


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