Professional speaker, author, vastly experienced Board Certified Cardiologist and winner of the Outstanding Practitioner from both the International Society of Hypertension in Blacks and the Connecticut Holistic Health Association is an University Professor. Dr. Silverstein is from the normalcy of the Midwest, the friendliness of the South, and the sophistication of the East. 30 years of Cable Access TV and professional speaking, he listens to either his audience or patients and helps them align with their own inner truths."
"Always recognized as cutting edge, I became aware of the very simple Natural Human Design Rules, called biologic principles, which allow disease prevention and/or reversal where possible of diabetes, high cholesterol, stroke, high blood pressure and even cancer, etc. I am not perfect, or said another way, like most of the people who will read or hear this, I have no holes in my hands nor desire to have any. My philosophy is “let he who is without sin cast the first stone” but also do tell the truth and serve others regardless of the high personal price which often results when one does tell the truth. I am, in fact, one of you and look forward to the opportunity to meet you." -HRS
- BA in English University of Michigan
- Cardiology: Emory University
- Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
- Medical Director, Preventive Medicine Center
- Active member St. Francis and Hartford Hospital Medical Staffs
- Alpha Omega Alpha Academic Medical Honor Society
- Outstanding Practitioner International Society of Hypertension in Blacks (ISHIB)
- Outstanding Practitioner Connecticut Holistic Health Association
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- Based on his CAIM (Complementary-Alternative-Integrative-Medicine) approach, Dr. H. Robert Silverstein outlines a program that integrates modern medical practices with alternative and ancient forms of healing. Recalling the work of Andrew Weil and Larry Dossey, the book argues that our self-healing mechanism—the immune system—is more powerful than we think. If we make wise diet and lifestyle changes, says Silverstein, the immune system can function at an optimal level, restoring health and preventing future illnesses.