Phone us at (877) 993-6638 or outside the US at +1 (307) 459-2744.

Advisory Board

Advisory Board

We are fortunate to have an amazing Advisory Board to help us maintain our focus on helping men. Our Board is a mix of MDs and alternative medical providers, along with a rabbi, to help us focus on doing right in the world.

Dr. Ari Magill MD

Dr. Magill is a board-certified neurologist who helps us formulate our supplements, conduct research, and get the word out to our customers about the unique and wonderful formulations that we offer.

Dr. Magill grew up in Austin, Texas and his father was a renowned cardiologist.

Dr. Magill attended University of Texas at Austin where he majored in zoology.

He attended University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas where he obtained his medical degree.

He completed residency training at University of Arizona Tucson and passed American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology boards.

Dr. Magill was completed a movement disorder fellowship at Anschutz Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado.

Dr. Magill is unique in that he not only sees patients, but also conducts clinical research.

This week, for example, Dr. Magill is helping veterans suffering from brain injuries and also researching Alzheimer’s.

His goal is to abolish disease naturally, to help men live a very long life without experiencing illness or injury that would require a doctor.

Dr. Phil Spelson MD

Dr. Philip J Spelson, MD, is a board certified anesthesiologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He has many years experience in internal medicine as well.

Dr. Spelson graduated from University Of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School in 1999 and has about 20 years experience.

Dr. Spelson regularly observes medical miracles, where a patient’s body and mind reach good health even after the worst of afflictions.

Rabbi Ed Weinsberg, Health Care Educator and Intimacy Coach

Rabbi Dr. Ed Weinsberg is a Conservative rabbi, ordained in May 1972 at New York City’s Jewish Theological Seminary. Two years later he received his doctorate in gerontology at Columbia University Teachers College. He attained these advanced degrees after earning his B.A. at UCLA in 1966 and his MHL – a Master of Hebrew Literature degree in 1970. He also trained in pastoral counseling at Jewish Family Service of Manhattan, where he met and later married his wife, Yvonne, in September 1972.

After completing his studies he worked for 33 years as a congregational rabbi, chaplain, and synagogue and community educator.

From 1974 through 1982 he served full-time as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Utica, New York, where he also was a part-time psychiatric chaplain at Utica State Hospital; a rabbinic consultant at the Sitrin Jewish Nursing Home; and a co-founder of Hospice Care of Utica. Eight years later he moved with Yvonne and their two children (Dan and Elana) to Kfar Sava Israel, where he taught educational gerontology and Judaic studies at Beit Berl Teachers College (1982-1985).

He returned to the USA with his family in 1985, serving as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Swampscott, Massachusetts for 21 years.

That included its final year after merging with another synagogue to become Congregation Shirat Hayam.

During that time he lectured in various communal settings; was a nursing home consultant as well as a part-time police chaplain; and served as president of the New England Rabbinical Assembly, and as chairman of the Swampscott Ministerium. In July 2006 he and his wife retired and moved to Sarasota, Florida.

Since retiring in 2006 he honed his skills as a healthcare educator and relationship coach and was certified as a sexuality counselor. A prostate cancer survivor, he was moved to write a book called Conquer Prostate Cancer: How Medicine, Faith, Love and Sex Can Renew Your Life (2008) and an e-book on intimacy after illness (2012). This is apart from writing numerous newspaper articles and online columns on Jewish concerns and human relationships.

He has continued clergy visitations with hospital patients, and officiates at occasional religious services, weddings and funerals, speaking and singing as needed. He is the past chairman of Sarasota Memorial Hospital’s Men to Men, a prostate cancer information and support group, and he guides older adults in the community about the risks and benefits of various prostate cancer treatments. As a patient advocate he helps men and women go from being passive to becoming proactive members of their healthcare team.

Rabbi Weinsberg’s passions are his family, community service, tennis, and UCLA and Boston sports teams. He and his wife reside at the Cascades of Sarasota – a 55+ active community. They helped establish and now co-chair Chai Life, the Cascades’ non-denominational Jewish cultural-religious group. He is also chairman of Temple Beth Sholom’s men’s club monthly breakfast lecture series; engages in informal interfaith work; and is an active member of the Sarasota Manatee Rabbinical Association.

Rabbi Weinsberg is a subject of record in the Marquis Who’s Who of America. His two books and his communal and interfaith work with people of all ages have received numerous regional and national awards. He is particularly proud of “Bridges to Understanding,” a program he initiated in Massachusetts. That program promoted meaningful interaction between youth and older adults in a Jewish communal home which provides a continuum of care.

His pastoral and written work has been endorsed by thought-leaders like Rabbi Harold Kushner (author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People), Dr. John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women Are from Venus), and Dr. Bernie Siegel (Faith, Hope and Healing: Inspiring Lessons Learned from People Living with Cancer), and by numerous cancer patients, survivors and their healthcare providers

Dr. Alfie Scott, DC

Dr. Scott served in Vietnam and then attended the Palmer School and has been practicing since 1976.

He’s been teaching health and wellness to his patience and emphasizes natural healing. He is author of books including The Paradigm Shift in Health Care

Dr. Terry Rondberg, DC

Dr. Terry Rondberg earned his degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri in 1974.

Since then, he has been helping and educating others about the body’s innate healing ability and how to achieve the optimum level of wellness.

He founded the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA), a non-profit organization with a large international membership, consisting of students and doctors.

In 2005, Dr. Rondberg’s expertise in the chiropractic profession was honored when he was appointed by Donald Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, as a special employee of the Department of Defense, to serve on the Chiropractic Advisory Committee.

Richard Mayo, deputy director of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Health Affairs told Dr. Rondberg, “I believe you will be able to contribute advice and recommendations regarding… chiropractic health care benefits for members of the uniformed services on active duty.”

As an established author, Dr. Rondberg has written several books including, “Under the Influence of Modern Medicine,” “Chiropractic Compassion and Expectation,” “The Evolution of Chiropractic,” “Chiropractic First,” which has sold more than three million copies and his most recent book “Bioenergy Breakthrough.”

For 28 years Dr. Rondberg published The Chiropractic Journal, (TCJ) a newspaper received by every doctor of chiropractic in the world.

Dr. Rondberg is a diplomate of the College of Energy Medicine and a diplomate of the College of Mind-Body Medicine. Dr. Rondberg has also studied acupuncture at the Beijing Hospital in China and studied Ayurvedic medicine and energy healing in Northern India.

contact

You can phone us at (877) 993-6638 or outside the US at +1 (307) 459-2744.
If you have any, feel free to give us your questions and comments and we respond to all of them.

Mailing Address:
Ideal Male Labs, LLC
1005 Country Club Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 USA


Advisory Board

Advisory Board

We are fortunate to have an amazing Advisory Board to help us maintain our focus on helping men. Our Board is a mix of MDs and alternative medical providers, along with a rabbi, to help us focus on doing right in the world.

Dr. Ari Magill MD

Dr. Magill is a board-certified neurologist who helps us formulate our supplements, conduct research, and get the word out to our customers about the unique and wonderful formulations that we offer.

Dr. Magill grew up in Austin, Texas and his father was a renowned cardiologist.

Dr. Magill attended University of Texas at Austin where he majored in zoology.

He attended University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas where he obtained his medical degree.

He completed residency training at University of Arizona Tucson and passed American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology boards.

Dr. Magill was completed a movement disorder fellowship at Anschutz Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado.

Dr. Magill is unique in that he not only sees patients, but also conducts clinical research.

This week, for example, Dr. Magill is helping veterans suffering from brain injuries and also researching Alzheimer’s.

His goal is to abolish disease naturally, to help men live a very long life without experiencing illness or injury that would require a doctor.

Dr. Phil Spelson MD

Dr. Philip J Spelson, MD, is a board certified anesthesiologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He has many years experience in internal medicine as well.

Dr. Spelson graduated from University Of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School in 1999 and has about 20 years experience.

Dr. Spelson regularly observes medical miracles, where a patient’s body and mind reach good health even after the worst of afflictions.

Rabbi Ed Weinsberg, Health Care Educator and Intimacy Coach

Rabbi Dr. Ed Weinsberg is a Conservative rabbi, ordained in May 1972 at New York City’s Jewish Theological Seminary. Two years later he received his doctorate in gerontology at Columbia University Teachers College. He attained these advanced degrees after earning his B.A. at UCLA in 1966 and his MHL – a Master of Hebrew Literature degree in 1970. He also trained in pastoral counseling at Jewish Family Service of Manhattan, where he met and later married his wife, Yvonne, in September 1972.

After completing his studies he worked for 33 years as a congregational rabbi, chaplain, and synagogue and community educator.

From 1974 through 1982 he served full-time as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Utica, New York, where he also was a part-time psychiatric chaplain at Utica State Hospital; a rabbinic consultant at the Sitrin Jewish Nursing Home; and a co-founder of Hospice Care of Utica. Eight years later he moved with Yvonne and their two children (Dan and Elana) to Kfar Sava Israel, where he taught educational gerontology and Judaic studies at Beit Berl Teachers College (1982-1985).

He returned to the USA with his family in 1985, serving as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Swampscott, Massachusetts for 21 years.

That included its final year after merging with another synagogue to become Congregation Shirat Hayam.

During that time he lectured in various communal settings; was a nursing home consultant as well as a part-time police chaplain; and served as president of the New England Rabbinical Assembly, and as chairman of the Swampscott Ministerium. In July 2006 he and his wife retired and moved to Sarasota, Florida.

Since retiring in 2006 he honed his skills as a healthcare educator and relationship coach and was certified as a sexuality counselor. A prostate cancer survivor, he was moved to write a book called Conquer Prostate Cancer: How Medicine, Faith, Love and Sex Can Renew Your Life (2008) and an e-book on intimacy after illness (2012). This is apart from writing numerous newspaper articles and online columns on Jewish concerns and human relationships.

He has continued clergy visitations with hospital patients, and officiates at occasional religious services, weddings and funerals, speaking and singing as needed. He is the past chairman of Sarasota Memorial Hospital’s Men to Men, a prostate cancer information and support group, and he guides older adults in the community about the risks and benefits of various prostate cancer treatments. As a patient advocate he helps men and women go from being passive to becoming proactive members of their healthcare team.

Rabbi Weinsberg’s passions are his family, community service, tennis, and UCLA and Boston sports teams. He and his wife reside at the Cascades of Sarasota – a 55+ active community. They helped establish and now co-chair Chai Life, the Cascades’ non-denominational Jewish cultural-religious group. He is also chairman of Temple Beth Sholom’s men’s club monthly breakfast lecture series; engages in informal interfaith work; and is an active member of the Sarasota Manatee Rabbinical Association.

Rabbi Weinsberg is a subject of record in the Marquis Who’s Who of America. His two books and his communal and interfaith work with people of all ages have received numerous regional and national awards. He is particularly proud of “Bridges to Understanding,” a program he initiated in Massachusetts. That program promoted meaningful interaction between youth and older adults in a Jewish communal home which provides a continuum of care.

His pastoral and written work has been endorsed by thought-leaders like Rabbi Harold Kushner (author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People), Dr. John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women Are from Venus), and Dr. Bernie Siegel (Faith, Hope and Healing: Inspiring Lessons Learned from People Living with Cancer), and by numerous cancer patients, survivors and their healthcare providers

Dr. Alfie Scott, DC

Dr. Scott served in Vietnam and then attended the Palmer School and has been practicing since 1976.

He’s been teaching health and wellness to his patience and emphasizes natural healing. He is author of books including The Paradigm Shift in Health Care

Dr. Terry Rondberg, DC

Dr. Terry Rondberg earned his degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri in 1974.

Since then, he has been helping and educating others about the body’s innate healing ability and how to achieve the optimum level of wellness.

He founded the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA), a non-profit organization with a large international membership, consisting of students and doctors.

In 2005, Dr. Rondberg’s expertise in the chiropractic profession was honored when he was appointed by Donald Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, as a special employee of the Department of Defense, to serve on the Chiropractic Advisory Committee.

Richard Mayo, deputy director of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Health Affairs told Dr. Rondberg, “I believe you will be able to contribute advice and recommendations regarding… chiropractic health care benefits for members of the uniformed services on active duty.”

As an established author, Dr. Rondberg has written several books including, “Under the Influence of Modern Medicine,” “Chiropractic Compassion and Expectation,” “The Evolution of Chiropractic,” “Chiropractic First,” which has sold more than three million copies and his most recent book “Bioenergy Breakthrough.”

For 28 years Dr. Rondberg published The Chiropractic Journal, (TCJ) a newspaper received by every doctor of chiropractic in the world.

Dr. Rondberg is a diplomate of the College of Energy Medicine and a diplomate of the College of Mind-Body Medicine. Dr. Rondberg has also studied acupuncture at the Beijing Hospital in China and studied Ayurvedic medicine and energy healing in Northern India.

contact

You can phone us at (877) 993-6638 or outside the US at +1 (307) 459-2744.
If you have any, feel free to give us your questions and comments and we respond to all of them.

Mailing Address:
Ideal Male Labs, LLC
1005 Country Club Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 USA


Advisory Board

Advisory Board

We are fortunate to have an amazing Advisory Board to help us maintain our focus on helping men. Our Board is a mix of MDs and alternative medical providers, along with a rabbi, to help us focus on doing right in the world.

Dr. Ari Magill MD

Dr. Magill is a board-certified neurologist who helps us formulate our supplements, conduct research, and get the word out to our customers about the unique and wonderful formulations that we offer.

Dr. Magill grew up in Austin, Texas and his father was a renowned cardiologist.

Dr. Magill attended University of Texas at Austin where he majored in zoology.

He attended University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas where he obtained his medical degree.

He completed residency training at University of Arizona Tucson and passed American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology boards.

Dr. Magill was completed a movement disorder fellowship at Anschutz Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado.

Dr. Magill is unique in that he not only sees patients, but also conducts clinical research.

This week, for example, Dr. Magill is helping veterans suffering from brain injuries and also researching Alzheimer’s.

His goal is to abolish disease naturally, to help men live a very long life without experiencing illness or injury that would require a doctor.

Dr. Phil Spelson MD

Dr. Philip J Spelson, MD, is a board certified anesthesiologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He has many years experience in internal medicine as well.

Dr. Spelson graduated from University Of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School in 1999 and has about 20 years experience.

Dr. Spelson regularly observes medical miracles, where a patient’s body and mind reach good health even after the worst of afflictions.

Rabbi Ed Weinsberg, Health Care Educator and Intimacy Coach

Rabbi Dr. Ed Weinsberg is a Conservative rabbi, ordained in May 1972 at New York City’s Jewish Theological Seminary. Two years later he received his doctorate in gerontology at Columbia University Teachers College. He attained these advanced degrees after earning his B.A. at UCLA in 1966 and his MHL – a Master of Hebrew Literature degree in 1970. He also trained in pastoral counseling at Jewish Family Service of Manhattan, where he met and later married his wife, Yvonne, in September 1972.

After completing his studies he worked for 33 years as a congregational rabbi, chaplain, and synagogue and community educator.

From 1974 through 1982 he served full-time as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Utica, New York, where he also was a part-time psychiatric chaplain at Utica State Hospital; a rabbinic consultant at the Sitrin Jewish Nursing Home; and a co-founder of Hospice Care of Utica. Eight years later he moved with Yvonne and their two children (Dan and Elana) to Kfar Sava Israel, where he taught educational gerontology and Judaic studies at Beit Berl Teachers College (1982-1985).

He returned to the USA with his family in 1985, serving as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Swampscott, Massachusetts for 21 years.

That included its final year after merging with another synagogue to become Congregation Shirat Hayam.

During that time he lectured in various communal settings; was a nursing home consultant as well as a part-time police chaplain; and served as president of the New England Rabbinical Assembly, and as chairman of the Swampscott Ministerium. In July 2006 he and his wife retired and moved to Sarasota, Florida.

Since retiring in 2006 he honed his skills as a healthcare educator and relationship coach and was certified as a sexuality counselor. A prostate cancer survivor, he was moved to write a book called Conquer Prostate Cancer: How Medicine, Faith, Love and Sex Can Renew Your Life (2008) and an e-book on intimacy after illness (2012). This is apart from writing numerous newspaper articles and online columns on Jewish concerns and human relationships.

He has continued clergy visitations with hospital patients, and officiates at occasional religious services, weddings and funerals, speaking and singing as needed. He is the past chairman of Sarasota Memorial Hospital’s Men to Men, a prostate cancer information and support group, and he guides older adults in the community about the risks and benefits of various prostate cancer treatments. As a patient advocate he helps men and women go from being passive to becoming proactive members of their healthcare team.

Rabbi Weinsberg’s passions are his family, community service, tennis, and UCLA and Boston sports teams. He and his wife reside at the Cascades of Sarasota – a 55+ active community. They helped establish and now co-chair Chai Life, the Cascades’ non-denominational Jewish cultural-religious group. He is also chairman of Temple Beth Sholom’s men’s club monthly breakfast lecture series; engages in informal interfaith work; and is an active member of the Sarasota Manatee Rabbinical Association.

Rabbi Weinsberg is a subject of record in the Marquis Who’s Who of America. His two books and his communal and interfaith work with people of all ages have received numerous regional and national awards. He is particularly proud of “Bridges to Understanding,” a program he initiated in Massachusetts. That program promoted meaningful interaction between youth and older adults in a Jewish communal home which provides a continuum of care.

His pastoral and written work has been endorsed by thought-leaders like Rabbi Harold Kushner (author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People), Dr. John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women Are from Venus), and Dr. Bernie Siegel (Faith, Hope and Healing: Inspiring Lessons Learned from People Living with Cancer), and by numerous cancer patients, survivors and their healthcare providers

Dr. Alfie Scott, DC

Dr. Scott served in Vietnam and then attended the Palmer School and has been practicing since 1976.

He’s been teaching health and wellness to his patience and emphasizes natural healing. He is author of books including The Paradigm Shift in Health Care

Dr. Terry Rondberg, DC

Dr. Terry Rondberg earned his degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri in 1974.

Since then, he has been helping and educating others about the body’s innate healing ability and how to achieve the optimum level of wellness.

He founded the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA), a non-profit organization with a large international membership, consisting of students and doctors.

In 2005, Dr. Rondberg’s expertise in the chiropractic profession was honored when he was appointed by Donald Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, as a special employee of the Department of Defense, to serve on the Chiropractic Advisory Committee.

Richard Mayo, deputy director of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Health Affairs told Dr. Rondberg, “I believe you will be able to contribute advice and recommendations regarding… chiropractic health care benefits for members of the uniformed services on active duty.”

As an established author, Dr. Rondberg has written several books including, “Under the Influence of Modern Medicine,” “Chiropractic Compassion and Expectation,” “The Evolution of Chiropractic,” “Chiropractic First,” which has sold more than three million copies and his most recent book “Bioenergy Breakthrough.”

For 28 years Dr. Rondberg published The Chiropractic Journal, (TCJ) a newspaper received by every doctor of chiropractic in the world.

Dr. Rondberg is a diplomate of the College of Energy Medicine and a diplomate of the College of Mind-Body Medicine. Dr. Rondberg has also studied acupuncture at the Beijing Hospital in China and studied Ayurvedic medicine and energy healing in Northern India.

contact

You can phone us at (877) 993-6638 or outside the US at +1 (307) 459-2744.
If you have any, feel free to give us your questions and comments and we respond to all of them.

Mailing Address:
Ideal Male Labs, LLC
1005 Country Club Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 USA


Advisory Board

Advisory Board

We are fortunate to have an amazing Advisory Board to help us maintain our focus on helping men. Our Board is a mix of MDs and alternative medical providers, along with a rabbi, to help us focus on doing right in the world.

Dr. Ari Magill MD

Dr. Magill is a board-certified neurologist who helps us formulate our supplements, conduct research, and get the word out to our customers about the unique and wonderful formulations that we offer.

Dr. Magill grew up in Austin, Texas and his father was a renowned cardiologist.

Dr. Magill attended University of Texas at Austin where he majored in zoology.

He attended University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas where he obtained his medical degree.

He completed residency training at University of Arizona Tucson and passed American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology boards.

Dr. Magill was completed a movement disorder fellowship at Anschutz Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado.

Dr. Magill is unique in that he not only sees patients, but also conducts clinical research.

This week, for example, Dr. Magill is helping veterans suffering from brain injuries and also researching Alzheimer’s.

His goal is to abolish disease naturally, to help men live a very long life without experiencing illness or injury that would require a doctor.

Dr. Phil Spelson MD

Dr. Philip J Spelson, MD, is a board certified anesthesiologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He has many years experience in internal medicine as well.

Dr. Spelson graduated from University Of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School in 1999 and has about 20 years experience.

Dr. Spelson regularly observes medical miracles, where a patient’s body and mind reach good health even after the worst of afflictions.

Rabbi Ed Weinsberg, Health Care Educator and Intimacy Coach

Rabbi Dr. Ed Weinsberg is a Conservative rabbi, ordained in May 1972 at New York City’s Jewish Theological Seminary. Two years later he received his doctorate in gerontology at Columbia University Teachers College. He attained these advanced degrees after earning his B.A. at UCLA in 1966 and his MHL – a Master of Hebrew Literature degree in 1970. He also trained in pastoral counseling at Jewish Family Service of Manhattan, where he met and later married his wife, Yvonne, in September 1972.

After completing his studies he worked for 33 years as a congregational rabbi, chaplain, and synagogue and community educator.

From 1974 through 1982 he served full-time as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Utica, New York, where he also was a part-time psychiatric chaplain at Utica State Hospital; a rabbinic consultant at the Sitrin Jewish Nursing Home; and a co-founder of Hospice Care of Utica. Eight years later he moved with Yvonne and their two children (Dan and Elana) to Kfar Sava Israel, where he taught educational gerontology and Judaic studies at Beit Berl Teachers College (1982-1985).

He returned to the USA with his family in 1985, serving as Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Swampscott, Massachusetts for 21 years.

That included its final year after merging with another synagogue to become Congregation Shirat Hayam.

During that time he lectured in various communal settings; was a nursing home consultant as well as a part-time police chaplain; and served as president of the New England Rabbinical Assembly, and as chairman of the Swampscott Ministerium. In July 2006 he and his wife retired and moved to Sarasota, Florida.

Since retiring in 2006 he honed his skills as a healthcare educator and relationship coach and was certified as a sexuality counselor. A prostate cancer survivor, he was moved to write a book called Conquer Prostate Cancer: How Medicine, Faith, Love and Sex Can Renew Your Life (2008) and an e-book on intimacy after illness (2012). This is apart from writing numerous newspaper articles and online columns on Jewish concerns and human relationships.

He has continued clergy visitations with hospital patients, and officiates at occasional religious services, weddings and funerals, speaking and singing as needed. He is the past chairman of Sarasota Memorial Hospital’s Men to Men, a prostate cancer information and support group, and he guides older adults in the community about the risks and benefits of various prostate cancer treatments. As a patient advocate he helps men and women go from being passive to becoming proactive members of their healthcare team.

Rabbi Weinsberg’s passions are his family, community service, tennis, and UCLA and Boston sports teams. He and his wife reside at the Cascades of Sarasota – a 55+ active community. They helped establish and now co-chair Chai Life, the Cascades’ non-denominational Jewish cultural-religious group. He is also chairman of Temple Beth Sholom’s men’s club monthly breakfast lecture series; engages in informal interfaith work; and is an active member of the Sarasota Manatee Rabbinical Association.

Rabbi Weinsberg is a subject of record in the Marquis Who’s Who of America. His two books and his communal and interfaith work with people of all ages have received numerous regional and national awards. He is particularly proud of “Bridges to Understanding,” a program he initiated in Massachusetts. That program promoted meaningful interaction between youth and older adults in a Jewish communal home which provides a continuum of care.

His pastoral and written work has been endorsed by thought-leaders like Rabbi Harold Kushner (author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People), Dr. John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women Are from Venus), and Dr. Bernie Siegel (Faith, Hope and Healing: Inspiring Lessons Learned from People Living with Cancer), and by numerous cancer patients, survivors and their healthcare providers

Dr. Alfie Scott, DC

Dr. Scott served in Vietnam and then attended the Palmer School and has been practicing since 1976.

He’s been teaching health and wellness to his patience and emphasizes natural healing. He is author of books including The Paradigm Shift in Health Care

Dr. Terry Rondberg, DC

Dr. Terry Rondberg earned his degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri in 1974.

Since then, he has been helping and educating others about the body’s innate healing ability and how to achieve the optimum level of wellness.

He founded the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA), a non-profit organization with a large international membership, consisting of students and doctors.

In 2005, Dr. Rondberg’s expertise in the chiropractic profession was honored when he was appointed by Donald Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, as a special employee of the Department of Defense, to serve on the Chiropractic Advisory Committee.

Richard Mayo, deputy director of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Health Affairs told Dr. Rondberg, “I believe you will be able to contribute advice and recommendations regarding… chiropractic health care benefits for members of the uniformed services on active duty.”

As an established author, Dr. Rondberg has written several books including, “Under the Influence of Modern Medicine,” “Chiropractic Compassion and Expectation,” “The Evolution of Chiropractic,” “Chiropractic First,” which has sold more than three million copies and his most recent book “Bioenergy Breakthrough.”

For 28 years Dr. Rondberg published The Chiropractic Journal, (TCJ) a newspaper received by every doctor of chiropractic in the world.

Dr. Rondberg is a diplomate of the College of Energy Medicine and a diplomate of the College of Mind-Body Medicine. Dr. Rondberg has also studied acupuncture at the Beijing Hospital in China and studied Ayurvedic medicine and energy healing in Northern India.

contact

You can phone us at (877) 993-6638 or outside the US at +1 (307) 459-2744.
If you have any, feel free to give us your questions and comments and we respond to all of them.

Mailing Address:
Ideal Male Labs, LLC
1005 Country Club Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 USA