Patient Talk Announces Partnership with Medical Fitness Network to Provide Fitness and Allied Healthcare Provider Resources
February 9, 2017 (Pasadena, CA) – Patient Talk has partnered with the Medical Fitness Network (MFN) –a free national online resource directory to locate fitness, wellness and allied healthcare professionals who provide prevention, treatment and rehabilitation services for those with medical conditions, chronic disease, disabilities or women’s health issues.
Education and awareness are key elements in the fight against cancer and other debilitating disease and doctors often prescribe diet and exercise as an extension of their treatment. At this point, the patient is often left to their own devices to determine how best to fill these doctor’s orders. The patient can search online for help with exercise, diet plans and providers, but it can be a daunting task to find the right solution.
“Our partnership with MFN will help provide a proactive, take charge approach for those with health challenges to find fitness and healthcare providers that best meet their needs.” said CEO John Symes.
“The MFN strives to improve the quality of life for those facing health challenges by maintaining a registry of fitness, health & wellness professionals that offer a holistic approach to complement their medical care,” said MFN founder Lisa Dougherty. “We are also excited to bring awareness to the growing library of Patient Talk videos.”
About Patient Talk
Patient Talk is real patients and medical experts, on video centric website, sharing their experiences dealing with a life changing diagnosis and banding together to form a supportive community connected through video. Patient Talk offers something for everybody including patients, caregivers, family, and friends as well as medical practices. Patient Talk owns a library of over 300 hours of healthcare information content. http://patienttalk.com/
About the Medical Fitness Network (MFN)
The Medical Fitness Network (MFN) is a free online resource directory for consumers to locate fitness & allied healthcare professionals interested in working with those with chronic disease/medical conditions, including but not limited to: Alzheimer’s, Arthritis, Cancer, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Heart Disease, Mental Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Pre & Postnatal Care, Respiratory Disease and Stroke. The MFN donates its services as a national database management company to medical, health organizations that do not offer resources for locating fitness & allied healthcare professionals interested in working with their populations. https://medicalfitnessnetwork.org/