Dr. Amy Doneen Honors American Heart Month with a Free Webinar on Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention for Women

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Spokane, Washington, February 1, 2019.  o celebrate American Heart Month, Dr. Amy Doneen, DNP will present a free one-hour webinar titled, “Women and Our Hearts: A Message of Reality and Hope.” The webinar offers a potentially lifesaving message for the public and healthcare providers: All heart attacks and ischemic strokes are potentially preventable!

“Heart disease is the leading killer of American Dr. Amy Doneen women, claiming more female lives than all forms of cancer combined,” says Dr. Doneen, an international leader in cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention and medical director of the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington.

“CVD is underdiagnosed and undertreated in women, which is why they need to their own best advocates for optimal heart health care,” adds Dr. Doneen, co-founder of the BaleDoneen Method of heart attack, stroke and diabetes prevention, practiced by hundreds of healthcare providers globally. “My goal with this webinar is to empower women with a science-based action plan to keep their arteries healthy.”

The webinar will be available for viewing February 1-28. Dr. Doneen discusses what’s different about women’s hearts, surprising cardiovascular Red Flags, how to find out if you have hidden risk, what women can do NOW to find out if they have arterial disease, and a personalized action plan to prevent a heart attack or stroke.

About Dr. Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP:
Dr. Doneen is founder and medical director of the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington and co-founder of the BaleDoneen Method. She is also co-author of the bestseller Beat the Heart Attack Gene and holds professorships at Texas Tech Health Sciences School of Nursing, Washington State University College of Medicine and University of Kentucky College of Dentistry.

About the BaleDoneen Method: Two peer-reviewed studies have shown that the BaleDoneen Method can prevent, stabilize or even reverse arterial disease, helping patients avoid heart attacks and strokes. Unlike standard care, which is based on checking patients for certain risk factors, the BDM also uses advanced lab tests and imaging to directly check for each patient hidden signs of arterial disease. For more information, visit baledoneen.com.


Randy Kembel