MasterClass: Shaking it Up-Reducing Swelling & Increasing Circulation with Vibration Therapy
Joel Gottehrer, co-founder, Lifepro and Leslyn Keith, OTD
hosted by Catherine Seo, PhD
Sunday March 22, 2020 @ 4:00 pm EST
NOTE: The recording of this webinar is now in Our TRIBE Community library.
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Joel Gottehrer, Co-Founder Lifepro
JOEL GOTTEHRER is the Co-Founder of Lifepro fitness and recovery equipment. He and his Co-Founder, Abraham Brach, founded Lifepro together after they both suffered from physical injuries. After failing to find any promised relief from current products on the market -- Lifepro was born.
Joel is very passionate about helping people find ways to transform their lives. Over the past 12 years, he has helped to transform thousands of lives as a personal trainer and owner of two personal training studios. He currently oversees all product development and customer service of Lifepro products and is on a mission to further grow the impact on millions of lives with the Lifepro brand.
In his down time, you’ll find him playing basketball, spending time with his family and reading a good book!
Leslyn Keith, OTD, CLT-LANA
LESLYN KEITH, OTD, CLT-LANA is President & Director of Research for The Lipedema Project, an instructor in lymphedema therapy for Klose Traning and Consulting, and has a private practice in lymphedema/lipedema therapy. She has completed research about lifestyle change, including a ketogenic way of eating, for participants who were diagnosed with lymphedema and obesity. Leslyn has a doctorate in Occupational Therapy and has been treating lymphatic disorders since 2000.
The Lipedema Project has evolved from the early work of Lipedema Simplifed and has more extensive information about lipedema. Please visit http://lipedemaproject.org/ to learn more.