Approaches for Anxiety, Moodiness & Depression –
Non-Medications & Understanding Biochemical Imbalances
Monday, December 5, 2011
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
This event is FREE but space is limited.
Please let us know you’re coming so that we can reserve your place. Sign-up at the store, call 301-530-0800 or email us.
The first 25 people to sign up and attend will receive a $10 gift certificate to use at Village Green in January 2012. Some free product samples and coupons will also be available during the evening.
Presenters: Albert Mensah, MD, & Judith Bowman, MD
Location: Bethesda Green
(2nd floor of Capital One Bank)
4825 Cordell Avenue, Suite 200
While medications are often the first-line treatment for anxiety, fear, moodiness, and depression issues, they can cause side effects or be insufficient for managing the symptoms. Join us for an open evening discussion with physician-specialists and guest presenters from Mensah Medical – Albert Mensah, MD, and Judith Bowman, MD. Learn more about how these issues can be related to a a biochemical imbalance and how targeted, individualized nutrient therapy provides a healthier and effective alternative. This discussion will also cover evidenced based research and biochemistry rationale. Interaction and questions by members of the audience are encouraged.
About Mensah Medical: Answering the need for specialists with backgrounds in both traditional and natural medicine, Drs. Mensah and Bowman co-founded Mensah Medical near Chicago, IL. Both family practice physicians have undergone extensive training by William J. Walsh, PhD, founder of the former and original Pfeiffer Treatment Center and Health Research Institute – where they also served as staff physicians. Patients come from all over the world to be seen by Drs. Mensah and Bowman at their Main Clinic near Chicago, IL, and at U.S. Outreach Clinics near San Francisco and Los Angeles, and in Scottsdale, Arizona and Annapolis, MD. Drs. Mensah and Bowman regularly consult with physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and other health care professionals, and lead annual physician training in orthomolecular medicine in Sydney, Australia.