The Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association (RLWA) places a heavy focus on the non-trust of the medical community, and has become a bridge that leads Black Men to establishing a trusting relationship with their medical provider.
Studies show that running / walking on a regular basis helps to boost your confidence, relieves stress and eliminates depression.
Symptoms of diabetes include: *Frequent urination *Excessive Urination *Tingling or numbness in hands and feet *Fatigue or sudden vision changes.
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African-Americans have disproportionately high prevalence of several health conditions and risk factors. And the health disparities between blacks and other racial groups are apparent in several areas.
Yoga helps improve diet, sleep and overall health. It Strengthens Immunity, Keeps Cravings At Bay, Improves Digestion, Boosts Brain Function.
Blacks or African-Americans have disproportionately high prevalence of several health conditions and risk factors. And the health disparities between blacks and other racial groups are apparent in several areas.
THE TURNAROUND IS THE REWARD
WHO WE ARE?
Our overarching goal is to ensure that African American men living in under-represented communities, who bear the heaviest burden of disease and poor health status, have the opportunity to live fuller, healthier lives.
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Program and Policy Analyst State of Wisconsin & Global Healthcare Administration
Dr. Augustine Titus, Ph.D.Program & Policy Analyst, State of Wisconsin
Dr. Jasmine Zapata, MD Author, Pediatrician, Community Health Advocate, RLWA Consultant…
Dr. Jasmine Zapata, MDPediatrician
Director of Dignity Project/ Employment Services Nehemiah Corporation
Anthony Cooper, Sr.Director of Dignity Project, Employment Svcs, Nehemiah Corp.
Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Dr. Ozioma C. Okonkwo,Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
CEO/ Founder of Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association
Aaron G. Perry is a community health advocate for African American men, and understands first hand the challenges men face establishing trust with the medical community. At age 27, Perry recognized something was not right with his health and often shared his concerns with his primary care provider during numerous office visits. Repeated concerns of unexplained weigh loss, frequent urination and a nagging cough forced Perry to become an advocate for his personal health until he found a physician that heard his concerns. At age 29, Perry’s new physician ordered a simple blood test which revealed he had type 1.5 diabetes. A chronic health condition he lived with for more than 2 years.
Perry channeled his frustration into action, by rebuilding trust with his medical team consisting of an Endocrinologist, Diabetes Educator, and Nutritionist. At age 44, Perry and his medical team took on the grueling Ironman competition consisting of a 2.4 mile swim followed by a 112 mile bike ride and a 26.2 mile run. The end result was Perry becoming the worlds 1st and only African American Diabetic to complete the Ironman Competition in a time of 16 hours, 35 minutes and 37 seconds.
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