Health & Wellness

Everyone in the community has healthcare providers they trust. Be it your dental hygiene, general care, mental health or more, N.W. Ohio is home to many experts in their respective fields. Though you typically only visit with your healthcare providers during specific checkups or other scheduled appointments, each of these medical professionals have their own free time and interests outside of work that help keep them ready to serve the community. Read on to learn more about N.W. Ohio’s local healthcare providers.

Jon Frankel
Jon Frankel Dentistry
5012 Talmadge Rd #100, Toledo, OH 43623
(419) 474-9611
jonfrankeldentistry.com

 

I start my day by: Waking up grateful for another day!

Advice you’d give your younger self: Consciously take care of your vehicle. A car needs regular oil changes, tire rotations and maintenance. Your body is the same. Exercise, eat a healthy diet, and go for regularly scheduled well care visits with medical and dental professionals. Brush and floss your teeth daily!

A perfect day in Toledo means: Every day is a perfect day in Toledo where you will do better! No traffic, great Metroparks, a zoo, an art museum, a maritime museum, live music almost every night somewhere, an opera, a symphony and the first 100% employee-owned dental practice (Frankel Dentistry)make Toledo perfect.

What is the one book, movie or play that changed your life:

“WHAT THE HECK IS EOS?” by Gino Wickman and Tom Bouwer keeps Frankel Dentistry on track to Change Lives, a Smile at a Time.

One thing you wish patients would stop doing: Don’t wait for the healthy smile you deserve. Make the one appointment always on your calendar, a dental visit. A healthy mouth promotes a healthy body.

Diana M. Spiess
M.S. ESSENCE MIND BODY STUDIO
725 Ford St. Ste. B, Maumee.
419-873-6463
www.essencembs.com
www.dianaspiess.com

 

One piece of advice that most changed your life: Change is a series of micro-changes over time.

I start my day by: Thinking and imagining how I desire the day to go. I send out the frequencies of my intentions.

Advice you’d give your younger self: Worrying fixes absolutely nothing and only drains you…no one else.

What is the one book, movie or play that changed your life: The Book of Joy almost every night somewhere, an opera, a symphony and the first 100% employee-owned dental practice (Frankel Dentistry)make Toledo perfect.

What is the one book, movie or play that changed your life: “WHAT THE HECK IS EOS?” by Gino Wickman and Tom Bouwer keeps Frankel Dentistry on track to Change Lives, a Smile at a Time.

One thing you wish patients would stop doing: Don’t wait for the healthy smile you deserve. Make the one appointment always on your calendar, a dental visit. A healthy mouth promotes a healthy body.

One thing you wish patients would stop doing: Waiting. Everything takes time and is a process for healthy, successful outcomes. Folks see such a big picture but forget that starting with small steps adding up over time brings the best out ones that last. Time waits for no one. Get going and stay the course.


Clint Keifer Au.D.
GREAT LAKES AUDIOLOGY
3780 King Rd., Ste. 2C, Toledo.
419-327-2273
glaudiology.com

 

One piece of advice that most changed your life: If I had to pick just one piece of advice, it would probably be that we shouldn’t be afraid to fail as some of  the best opportunities only come by putting ourselves out of our comfort zones.

I start my day by: I start my days by saying “good morning” and giving a hug to each of my three children.

Advice you’d give your younger self: I think I would tell my younger self to worry less about the future (but still work hard toward goals) and enjoy making memories with family and friends. Oh, and of course invest early in Amazon and Apple stock, so I can have more free time making those memories!  A perfect day in Toledo means: A perfect day in Toledo is spent doing fun things (like the Zoo) with my family!

What is the one book, movie or play that changed your life: I have enjoyed some great books, movies, and plays; however, to have a life-changing impact I am going to have to say the Holy Bible! Was this a trick question?! 🙂  One thing you wish patients would stop doing: I wish my patients would stock putting cotton swabs (or other instruments) into their ear canals!

Heidi Locknane, LMT
BODY & SOLE
214 Louisiana Ave., Perrysburg
419-873-7652
bodyandsolemassagetherapy.com

 


Name three things that people should do every day to stay healthy:
Drink plenty of water! Stress less, or find ways that work for you to de-stress. Eat a clean and well balanced diet!

Often, some of the best things that we do to stay healthy- like seeing friends or reading a book- seem to have nothing to do with health. What are some of your favorite “unknown” ways to stay healthy? De-stressing and disconnecting are very important ways to make sure you are staying invigorated, positive, & healthy. Ways I love to disconnect and de-stress include reading, spending time in nature, traveling, and spending time with my pets. I believe this time is crucial for us all to take time to do, with that being said based on your personal interests and preferences I believe that everyone deserves some “me” time for themselves.

When you feel stressed, how do you recharge? Taking time for myself to meditate is absolutely my favorite way to relax and recharge!

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