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Mind and Body Reunite as Premier Indianapolis Psychiatry Practice Adds Integrative Medicine
 
INDIANAPOLIS, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Indiana Health Group (IHG) announced today Angela LaSalle, M.D., Integrative Medicine, will be joining its clinical staff at the Carmel office located at 703 Pro-Med Lane. more>>
 
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International Press Release
 
The Science of Music Meets the Art of Medicine - ARIMM 3rd Annual Conference at IPFW, September 12-13, 2008

 
Posted 07 August 2008 @ 09:45 am EST
 
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Aug. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The Alliance for Research in Music Medicine, Inc. (ARIMM) announced today its 3rd annual international conference will be held September 12-13, 2008, at the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) campus.
 
"This year's conference theme is 'Music and Medicine: Composing the Science of Healing,'" says Dr. Angela LaSalle, the co-founder and Chairman of the Board for ARIMM. "We have organized an innovative conference designed to promote conversation among the Science and Music disciplines. Starting with a review of quantum physics and moving through the latest trends in medicine and music therapy, we will be building a bridge to show how attention to the relationship of the body's response to music can lead us to the next wave of medical therapies. Attendees can participate in panel discussions, network with our speakers, and hear the latest research on how music can impact inflammation, chronic disease and learn new treatment strategies." more>>
 
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Radio Interviews
 
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The WBCL Radio Mid-Morning Archives Dr. Angela LaSalle
 
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08/16/2012 More on Hormones
Get a group of women together and it will not take long before they.re talking about hormones, no matter how old you are. Hormones are our body.s chemical messengers that govern everything from our weight to our moods. On today.s Mid-Morning our guest, Dr. Angela LaSalle, gives a crash course on hormones, identifying the major players, what they do, what happens when they get out of whack, and strategies for hormonal balance. Dr. LaSalle is Medical Director of Integrative Medicine and the Women.s Health Center with Parkview Physician.s Group.
10/28/2011 Hormones
We have them, we need them, and we all face moments when they seem to get the best of us. Hormone specialist Dr. Angela LaSalle returns to Mid-Morning to talk about the topic we all need to hear, even when it seems overwhelming. From hot flashes to mood swings to weight gain, Dr. LaSalle helps you understand what is really going on with your body and how to handle not only what you face now, but what you.ll face in months and years to come.
5/20/2011 Autoimmune Disorders
Dr. Marvin Eastland and Dr. Angela LaSalle have joined Char on Mid-Morning many times, always bringing us excellent information for better health and improved living. Char asked them to join her one last time on Mid-Morning to discuss human autoimmune disorders of which there are 80 different types that may affect us at one time or another.
10/15/2010 Inflammation: What You Need to Know
Do you know that what you eat may actually trigger inflammation in your body causing a variety of diseases including Crohn's, celiac, and possibly even diabetes? Dr. Marvin Eastlund and Dr. Angela LaSalle join Char during Friday's "Mid-Morning" to tell us what we need to know about inflammation and how to avoid it.
4/24/2009 Understanding and Managing Your Body's Hormones
Do you suffer from hot flashes, brain fog, mood swings, and fatigue? Are you confused about what steps to take to help ease your changing body? Navigating through mid-life and beyond can be challenging and confusing with all the conflicting information regarding hormone replacement. Dr. Angela LaSalle returns to Mid-Morning to guide you toward understanding and managing your body's hormones.
11/21/2008 Juvenile Diabetes
Diabetes strikes 23.6 million adults and children in America resulting in an increase in heart disease, stroke, and problems with vision, kidney and nerve function. Friday's expert panel addresses juvenile diabetes, a common form of diabetes that affects about 8% of the population of those under age 15. Get your questions answered and learn what signs to look for in your child as well as how to manage this life-changing disease.
9/26/2008 Hormone Replacement - What Is Safe, What Isn't
Hot flashes, fatigue, mood swings - the topic must be hormones! Because information about hormones is often conflicting, Dr. Angela LaSalle returns to answer your questions about hormone replacement, bioidenticals, and related topics you want to discuss via open phone lines. Learn what is safe and what isn't.
8/22/2008 Importance of Blood Tests
The doctor orders a blood test, you give the blood, the tests are done, but what then? How do you interpret all those numbers on the test results? Dr. Angela LaSalle and Dr. Marv Eastlund join Char on Friday's Mid-Morning to explain what to make of all those numbers and the importance of reading blood test results in the context of the patient's situation. Learn why it's important to have regular blood screenings and how to make sure your Dr. is treating you, the patient, and not the chart.
3/28/2008 Midlife Crisis
Although we often joke about midlife crisis, midlife is a normal developmental life stage. Neither adolescence nor midlife can be escaped. Doctors Marv Eastlund and Angela LaSalle believe that midlife is essentially positive and normal. Learn how you can get the best living from your midlife years during Friday's Mid-Morning.
6/29/2007 Manage and Prevent Chronic Illnesses
Chronic illnesses such as diabetes, thyroid problems, heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney disease, and strokes seem prevalent today. Dr. Marv Eastlund and Dr. Angela LaSalle explain the steps we can take to manage and even prevent these health issues. Join Char and our medical panel during Friday's Mid-Morning.
12/26/2006 The Truth About Bioidentical Hormones
The threat of cancer and other serious health problems caused many women to abandon traditional hormone replacement therapy. And they've got the hot flashes, brain fog and sleep-deprived bodies to prove it. Are bioidentical hormones the answer? Dr. Angela LaSalle helps you decide when she separates fact from hype.
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Dr. LaSalle in Print
 
From: A Martha Stewart Publication | May 2008
 
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Natural Solutions to Thyroid Problems
 
The thyroid gland -- which weighs only about an ounce -- plays a big role in your body's day-to-day functioning. From how quickly your heart beats to how effectively you burn calories, this butterfly-shaped gland in your neck regulates all aspects of your metabolism by releasing hormones. So when your thyroid slows down, a condition called hypothyroidism, your health suffers. more>>
 
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Feel good music? Forum seeks links
 
MICHAEL SCHROEDER | The Journal Gazette
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 11, 2008 6:00 A.M.

 
Scientists and sound engineers alike are converging on Fort Wayne this week seeking the secrets of soothing music.
 
Part piano concert, part physics lesson, the conference is all intellectual collaboration. It's bringing together physicians and musicians to address a central question: How can music heal? Answers, organizers say, are elusive.
 
The conference Friday and Saturday at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne stems from a research effort that joins music departments at IPFW and the University of Arizona. The resulting non-profit Alliance for Research in Music Medicine, or ARIMM, draws researchers from around the world in various disciplines.
 
"We need to take a look at the cellular symphony that's going on within our body," says Dr. Angela LaSalle, co-founder and chairwoman of ARIMM, who practices with Fort Wayne Endocrinology. "Everything vibrates," she says. "How do we listen to that?" more>>
 
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A healthy body from music?
Scientists, musicians meet at IPFW to share research.
JENNIFER L. BOEN | The News-Sentinel
PUBLISHED ON SAT. SEPT. 13, 2008 - 08:01 AM EDT

 
Ever think of your body as a symphony, its tiniest cells producing waves of energy, sending signals and messages that work in synchrony to keep the body healthy - or to repair it when something goes awry?
 
That was the talk among some 40 researchers, doctors, physicists, musicians and music therapists who gathered at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne for the national Alliance for Research in Music Medicine conference. IPFW has a music therapy program, which made the school a good fit, organizers said.
 
"The goal is to bring scientists and musicians together to explore the healing effects of sound and music," said Dr. Angela LaSalle, a Fort Wayne endocrinologist and co-founder of the 3-year-old alliance. more>>
 
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Once upon a time a young woman aspired to be a physician. Following graduation from Snider High School, she enrolled in IPFW's premed program, only to change courses and enter nursing. Medical training ultimately won out, however, and readers recently cited Angela LaSalle M.D. as Best Physician. more>>
 
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Even though she's no longer practicing in Fort Wayne, Dr. Angela LaSalle was our Readers. Pick for best General Practice Doctor's Office for her work in treating metabolic and hormonal issues with Fort Wayne Endocrinology. She was the 2008 first place Readers. Pick winner for Best Doctor as well. more>>
 
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"Healthy, Happy - Dr. Angela LaSalle brings an intense passion and a unique outlook on medicine to her new practice in Carmel." Click here for the interview with Zach Dunkin
 

 

 
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This physician's patients go the distance. Formerly located in Fort Wayne, Dr. Angela LaSalle moved her practice to Carmel in 2009 to expand integrative health services in Indiana. Her patients, however, stayed with her. And this year they voted her Best General Practice Doctor's Office. more>>
 
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