Who would want a dentist to come and speak to their company, business or health seminar? Good question. If Dr Bill were to come and talk to your company about teeth for an hour, you would literally be fed up to the back teeth and so would he.
Research shows that we learn best in an environment of commonality or when we have something in common. You only have to eavesdrop at a party and listen to any professional being questioned about his profession. I have had to look into many a sandwich infested, sausage roll masticating mouth smelling of stale smoke and alcohol at parties. Itís not a problem and can be a source of amusement for the party goers and it breaks the ice.
It is this common ground that helps Dr Bill break down the barriers between practitioner and patient to get to the heart of the myriad of problems that beset us as we travel through life. From headaches to depression, heart disease to stroke, stress to distress and days off work that cost both the employee and employer thousands a year in lost man hours, productivity and revenue.
Often this loss is through a lack of understanding, lack of information and fear. People go running to the doctor rather than taking control. As a consequence business suffers, families suffer and the economy is erratic. At a time when there is such a big question over pensions with people purportedly living longer we need to understand how we can take control of our lives and live them tro the full in the environment in which we live. This is not about giving up and moving to the coast but rather understanding the fine balance between, structure, physiology and emotions. Addressing the imbalances in the body, mind and physiology, changing what can be changed, accepting what cannot and fine tuning the result.
Dr Bill brings to the podium a fast moving, witty approach to health and life issues. Offering solutions on the way and giving realistic advice on who can help you best. He breaks down the stigma that has surrounded stress and an inability to cope. By looking at the whole body he shows you where to look for answers to your problems. By exploring personalities he helps you understand whether you are in the right place for you, doing what you are gifted to do or whether you the proverbially square peg in a round whole. He highlights the need for sensible nutrition and supplementation both to clean out the system and then keep it in balance. If you donít think that food affects your work performance just think about how you feel in the afternoon after a large meal!
Perhaps most important of all is that while these issues are both serious and complex they are presented with a great deal of laughter. Dr Billís presentations are not dry and about teeth they are fun and full of good ideas, practical advice and lasting solutions.
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