Health Success starts with YOU! Valuable insight from Dr. Anita Petteway-Tyler
Dr. Anita Petteway-Tyler is a success by any measure, yet she still strives to help others through medicine. This is a key element towards lifestyle success. As a starting point, it's helpful to know that success is typically defined as reaching a goal or accomplishing something you've set out to achieve. It provides a source of motivation for people to change their lives and values. In some ways, a better word for success might be attainment, accomplishment, or progress. It is not necessarily a destination but a journey that helps develop the skills and resources you need to thrive.
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This episode is one of the more critical episodes you'll see on the internet because it addresses your physical and mental health. Dr. Anita Petteway-Tyler is an Impact Player. She is an award-winning physician who is spilling the beans on how to level up in your life. she also speaks with Woodie Lesesne practical easy to follow instructions on ways to work with your doctor and help yourself. We enjoy the experience.
Dr. Anita Petteway-Tyler drives home the point that to gain a better understanding on how success and health work together, try this; Better health has to be a habit that is intertwined in your life. Successful people follow through with their habits; unsuccessful people say they do but in reality don't. Success is down to consistent habits and successful people know this and stick to them. They create a positive morning routine, they may meditate, they may take time to journal or plan out goals.
Visiting the doctor
Seeing your doctor on a regular basis helps you maintain a relationship with your doctor's practice, so that your doctor is aware of changes in your health and can address them quickly with changes in medication or helping you find a specialist. Dr. Pettaway-Tyler reminds us that there are things you need to remember to do BEFORE your visit to the doctor.
Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.
Getting her flowers (Award)
Pictured above, Dr. Petteway-Tyler on hand in Miami, Florida to receive her award in
Health and wellness from the NAACP Miami-Dade Chapter.
Dr. Anita Petteway-Tyler is a highly skilled physician and Board Certified Internal Medicine Specialist serving the South Florida community as a healthcare provider for nearly 25 years. She is well-known for her excellent bedside manner and genuine concern for her patients. Dr. Petteway often says that she was "called" for this very purpose.
Her contributions to clinical research further strengthen her diverse background and skills. She has worked as both a Principal and Sub-Investigator on randomized, double-blind studies and delivered highly impactful presentations on research and case studies in a variety of areas.
Dr. Petteway also enjoys giving health education seminars in the community, has hosted a weekly radio talk show, and serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine and Preceptor for medical students at Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine and Florida International University Herbert Wertheim School of Medicine.
Dr. Petteway has received numerous awards and recognition for her work in the community including:
Doctor of the Day for the Florida State Legislature
Influential Women in South Florida Community Award
Novartis Pharmaceutical Outstanding Commitment Recognition (Treatment of hypertension and management of cardiovascular disease)
Black Magazine's List of 25 Most Prominent African American Doctors in Miami. . . and many others.