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Personal trainer for over 30 years. In Home Personal Fitness training is a great way to train. No need to drive to the gym and have to be in a crowded atmosphere. The majority of my in home training is in the Bellevue, Issaquah, Kirkland, Sammamish areas. My expertise is in weight loss, post knee,shoulder, and hip replacement rehab, as well as general conditioning. I have over 12,000 hours of behavioral weight loss modification counseling hours, and have trained CEO's, athletes, and celebrities.
Dr Schertzer is director of a very active clinical practice, the West Coast Glaucoma Centre, in Vancouver, BC and has been on faculty in the Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences at the University of British Columbia since 1999, currently as Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Glaucoma. Much of Dr Schertzer’s non- clinical time is spent using technology for education. He blogs about Glaucoma, Electronic Medical Records and Technology (http://wholelottarob.com), hosts a podcast series entitled Talking About Glaucoma, created a sub-reddit for discussing the latest glaucoma literature, and is the co-founder of the Glaucoma Patient Group Facebook page for patients.