R.O.A.D. to a Better Life would like to welcome Pierre Angier, DO to its team of addiction treatment providers.
Board Certified by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, Dr. Angier received his DO from University of New England’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. He takes a special interest in addiction medicine, as well as osteopathic spinal manipulation and nutrition & wellness.
Dr. Angier believes in the osteopathic principle of treating the whole person. “I’ve always wanted to be a physician, and consider it ...
R.O.A.D. to a Better Life is pleased to welcome Boris Golosarsky, MD to its team of experts.
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Golosarsky received his MD from Odessa Medical School in Odessa Ukraine, summa cum laude. He is a member of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Physician Inventors, and was named Inventor of the New Hampshire High-Tech Product of the Year 2014 for inventing a medical device for peripheral neuropathy screening.
Dr. Golosarsky believes every patient knows his/her ...
Neglect to oneself often comes with the territory of drug and alcohol abuse. This not only wreaks havoc on physical well being but emotional as well. During addiction recovery, not only is it important to repair the psychological and physical damage of chemical dependency but also the damaged mind-body connection. Below are 5 outstanding reasons to incorporate an exercise routine into your daily addiction recovery treatment plan.
1. Exercise reduces stress: Exercise has been shown to alleviate both physical and psychological stress. ...
R.O.A.D. would like to welcome Cheryl Bildner, Ph.D to its qualified team of drug and alcohol addiction treatment providers.
Cheryl Bildner is a Clinical Psychologist who completed her undergraduate education at University of Pennsylvania, and received her masters and Ph.D at Hahnemann University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the New Hampshire Psychological Association.
Cheryl believes in a holistic approach to therapy, and that in order to provide effective treatment, it is the clinician’s responsibility to understand an individual ...