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Stress management and heart health: Would you - or your patients, members, or employees - benefit from reduced stress, healthier hearts?

Stress management and its effect on heart health is a worldwide issue. A couple of the more horrendous figures include these: 2400 people die, in America, of heart disease, every day; 35 percent of firefighters die of heart attacks while they're on duty. These are mind-grabbing figures. The kind that produce headlines and initiate government studies. But those figures, startling as they are, don't begin to reflect the true toll (in terms of human well-being, medical procedures, prescriptions and lost productivity) that everyday stress and heart disease take on all of us.

Would You Like to Help Reduce the Toll?
Wouldn't you find it rewarding if you could - in your capacity as a doctor, nurse, hospital administrator, business manager or representative of a social or professional organization - begin to reduce the toll taken by stress and heart disease? You can.

Bruno Cortis Can Help You
Bruno Cortis is a medical doctor, a Diplomat of the American Board of Cardiology and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. He has been a practicing cardiologist for more than 30 years. He knows what he's talking about. Some 25 years ago, Dr. Cortis decided on a course change, and he began spending more time teaching people about stress and heart health. He now works with heart patients, with those who want to avoid becoming heart patients, and with hospitals, doctors, nurses, companies and others who have an interest in reducing stress and promoting heart health.

Working with Bruno Cortis is Simple
If you, or someone you know, is interested in one of Dr. Cortis' seminars, take a look at his Programs & Services or simply contact Dr. Cortis.

When you contact him, Dr. Cortis will ask you a few questions to find out about your particular interest, your audience, organization, available dates, and so forth. He will discuss the nature of the presentation, including these points:

  • Would an existing seminar fit your needs (review seminars within Programs & Services)? Would a customized version better suit your audience?
  • The proposed location of the seminar (including seating, sound system availability, etc.)
  • Dates and times of the presentation(s)
When you have informally agreed on the particulars of the engagement, Dr. Cortis will send you a plan and a proposal, outlining the seminar itself, and the costs involved.

What Are The Benefits Of Working With Dr. Cortis?

There are quite a few benefits that accrue from Dr. Cortis' seminars. These are some of them:

Patients Learn

  • About physical and mental well-being
  • How to control negative emotions
  • How to live a more fulfilled life
  • Stress management skills
  • How the personality they have affects the perception of stress
  • How to meditate
Hospitals and Clinics Learn
  • More effective (and efficient) methods of caring for heart patients
  • How to establish a reputation for helping patients and how to use that reputation to attract more patients (patients who participate in these seminars are invariably grateful to the hospital for making them available to them)
  • How to improve the patient/physician relationship
  • How to reduce malpractice costs
Healthcare Professionals Learn
  • More effective ways to deal with stress in patients
  • How to deal with their own stress
  • How to minimize malpractice costs
  • How to see more clearly through the eyes of their patients
Professional and Social Organizations Learn
  • How to improve members' health
  • How to establish a reputation for providing excellent services to their members; how to use that reputation to attract more members
  • How to reduce insurance costs (if your organization offers health insurance to its members)
Now that you have an idea of how Dr. Cortis works, find out more about him.