VALPARAISO, Ind., Dec. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- "The Balancing Act" airing on Lifetime Television features holistic medicine pioneer Elaine R. Ferguson, MD on an upcoming "My Health" segment.
On December 6th, 2010, host Danielle Knox will pick her brain on how patients can get well faster ... using clinically proven mind-body techniques.
Fresh on the heels of launching her new mind-body product line for hospitalized and seriously ill patients, How to Get Well Faster, holistic medicine physician and author Elaine R. Ferguson, MD has been invited to appear on O2 Media's popular daily morning talk show "The Balancing Act," which airs on Lifetime Television.
Host Danielle Knox will sit down with Dr. Ferguson for an informative, one-on-one discussion on how people facing serious illnesses can get well using research-based clinically proven mind-body techniques to complement medical treatment. The segment will air on Monday, December 6, 2010 at 7:00 am (EST) / 6:00 am (CST).
Viewers who miss out on the live broadcast can tune their Internet browsers to http://www.howtogetwellfaster.com for another opportunity to learn from this expert holistic medicine physician.
"The Balancing Act" is America's premier women's morning show. In 2010 it earned 11 Telly Awards, which honor excellence in local, regional and cable TV commercials.
Dedicating a full 60 minutes each day to creating trusted solutions for women facing today's greatest challenges, "The Balancing Act" devotes its segments to a particular theme, with Mondays focusing on "My Health."
"I am excited about this opportunity to share significant groundbreaking research that's clearly established the critical role our emotions, thoughts and feelings play in our health and the development of disease with such a large audience," Dr. Ferguson noted.
"Mind-body research studies conducted at major medical institutions remain ignored by physicians, while millions in the US now use a vast array of these techniques. Our products were designed to bridge the gap for patients wanting to actively participate in their health care, with proven approaches that will help them to get well."
For more information on Dr. Ferguson's upcoming appearance on Lifetime Television's "The Balancing Act," visit http://www.thebalancingact.com/video/?v=6YFZ1UMQU02124
To learn more about the achievements that landed her this coveted TV spot, contact Victor T. Johnson at 219-405-0920 or visit her online at http://www.howtogetwellfaster.com.
SOURCE Elaine R. Ferguson, MD