Meet Dr. Keesha Ewers: Dr. Keesha Ewers is a board certified Functional and Ayurvedic medical practitioner as well as being a doctor in sexology, psychotherapist, energy worker, yoga teacher, and founder and host of the Healthy YOU! Radio network(www.healthyyouradio.com). She has been in the medical field for over 30 years. After being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis—an incurable disease according to Western medicine—she began exploring alternative modalities, which led her to Ayurvedic and functional medicine and a complete reversal of her autoimmunity within one year of diagnosis.
Dr. Ewers began integrating functional medicine with sexology in 2015, to create a new field of medicine now known as Functional Sexology. Her Functional Sexology Institute focuses on using functional medicine to find and fix the root causes of sexual issues. She has published articles and books and conducted research primarily on female sexual desire.
Her constant thirst for knowledge in the pursuit of finding answers to her patient’s problems has taken her around the world, learning from traditional healers and native cultures from such diverse places as Australia, India, Mexico, Peru, Africa, and Sri Lanka; as well as from the best of the innovative thinkers and scientists our country has to offer.
Dr. Keesha’s commitment to empowering individuals to heal themselves has made Fern Life Center (www.FernLifeCenter.com), her clinic in the Seattle area a resounding success. Dr. Keesha offers personalized precision medicine approach through the use of genetics, specialty testing, individualized treatment and classes and webinars teaching meditation, psychological healing tools and growth through self-awareness. Her model is an outgrowth of her lifelong dedication to the expansion of consciousness and the development of human potential.
Join Keesha and her guests live every Monday through Wednesday afternoons at 1 pmPacific time on KKNW 1150 AM on Healthy YOU! Radio, or listen to archived shows direct from the website: www.healthyyouradio.com.
I'm excited to have a psychotherapist, author, and speaker Dr. Tara Miller with us this week to talk about the effects of trauma, how to handle stress, and the benefits of self-regulation therapy (SRT).