Episode 5: Dr. Stephanie Maj. Overcoming Fear to Embrace Trust in Your Body to Heal.
Today we have Dr. Stephanie Maj on the podcast to talk about fears surrounding children's health and the symptoms they express. We chat about healthy expression of symptoms, trusting our innate, healing ability, and the power of the body to heal.
Since 1996, Dr. Maj has run a family-oriented subluxation-based wellness practice in Chicago where she specializes in pediatric, pregnancy, family, and wellness care. Dr. Maj is certified in Pediatrics and the Webster Technique from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
She has a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition and a Doctorate in Chiropractic. Dr. Maj is a member of the Royal Knights of the Chiropractic Roundtable, on the board of the League of Chiropractic Women, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and
the World Congress of Chiropractic Women.
The second edition of her book, You Can Be Well, was released last year. In this book she discusses the 5 vital steps to wellness.
Inspired by chiropractic missions she participated in both the Dominican Republic and Haiti, Dr. Stephanie Maj has created her own mission work right in her hometown of Chicago. She has volunteered her time at the Night Ministry, a homeless organization,
where she adjusts homeless youth on the streets as well as in their local shelter.
Dr. Maj speaks internationally on a variety of topics ranging from success in practice, aging well, to pediatrics and pregnancy. She brings an energy, enthusiasm and sense of humor to the stage in a way that helps inspire others to reach for their dreams.
Dr. Steph is the host of the podcast, Women Seeking Wellness, focusing on the Real Story on how to Be Well at any age. In the short time it has been out, her podcast climbed to #1 spot on the iTunes New and Noteworthy in the health category.
In June of 2018 she launched her newest podcast, Families Seeking Wellness, bringing holistic health resources to parents that intend to grow healthy families!
Please look for it on iTunes and Stitcher or go to drmaj.com to listen.
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