Men have unique physiology and health needs that are often neglected.
Life is short - why not live an optimized life.
When it comes to men's health care issues, there is a lot of information around, but very few authoritative sources.
Usually when someone talks about men and their bodies, they talk about big muscles, getting ripped, and getting women. There might be some people who want that, but the vast majority of my patients & clients want to understand how to achieve optimal health.
What is optimal health?
- Healthy body weight – Getting in shape without trying to be Mr. Universe
- Heart health – Lowering cholesterol and blood pressure without prescriptions
- Taking supplements – Knowing which supplements work and which to skip
- Reducing inflammation – Preventing pain in joints and illnesses caused by cellular damage
- Better sleep – Understanding how to sleep well so you can be alert and active
- Improving gut health – A strong immune system and easy digestion are based on healthy eating and probiotics
- Stress management – Managing your responses so that they don't manage you
- Hair loss – Learning the reasons for and prevention of this common problem
- Erectile dysfunction – Why you are struggling with something you couldn't stop for decades
All of these and many more men's health issues are covered in my course, The Optimal Living Program. It's all about mind and body health leading you to optimal energy, fitness, stamina, performance, and longevity.
2,300 men have already joined the program, each getting the information they need to get healthy and stay healthy. This has been one of my most popular courses on other platforms, but I'm moving everything here to Thinkific and added fresh content as well as bonus webinars, Q&A live calls and more access to me to make sure your questions are answered.
Dr. Schwindt has been practicing medicine for over 17 years and is board certified in Emergency Medicine. He also has a special interest in functional medicine and longevity.
Like you, he found himself on the other side of the table and underwent extensive open heart surgery.
Whether you or a loved one is facing surgery, this course gives you a wealth of tools and resources to get through this stressful time.
This course brings a unique perspective on how to prepare for open heart surgery, minimize pain during the hospital phase, and maximize recovery once back at home.
He teaches several health related courses and has students in 127 countries. He is passionate about education and enjoys interacting directly with his students to ensure mastery of the topic.
Dr. Schwindt is a published author of ten books and shares his wisdom on his blog at MitchelMD.com
Mitchel Schwindt, M.D.
I trained as an emergency medicine physician, but I have worked in many different clinical settings. I completed my residency at Michigan State University - Butterworth Hospital (later renamed Spectrum Health) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It is one of the busiest Level 1 trauma units in the US. My last year there, I was honored with the role of Chief Resident.
After that, I took to the skies and become a helicopter flight physician for an aeromedical organization. (Shameless self-promotion: I wrote a book about it. See the sidebar.) That was one of my favorite roles.
Over the years, I have served on many health-related boards and committees, working to improve the healthcare infrastructure, but my love is still being one-on-one with patients, helping each individual achieve maximum health and vitality.
My love for creatures is not limited to humans; I and my children are passionate about animal rights. We volunteer each week at the local animal shelter. I find the bonding experience with animals to be rewarding and valuable to my full-time job.
I love to spend time with my family, compete in triathlons, go skiing, water sports, and to travel around the world.
My life is dedicated to bringing optimal health to everyone. Join in the journey toward a long and fulfilled life.
Mitchel Schwindt, M.D., FAAEM