"An internationally-recognized wellness and lifestyle expert and author of Think and Grow Well."
Dr. Lori Barr is an internationally recognized physician scientist, author, and expert in the fields of pediatric diagnostic medical imaging, stress and vibrant living. Audiences enjoy Dr. Barr's ability to weave together humorous stories and scientific facts while individuals are reminded that they are in control of their health freedom regardless of what disease, health care providers or the government may tell them.
Dr. Barr shares her life-changing frameworks about total health with adults and children in seminars, keynotes and as a consultant. She is a sought-after speaker on and off camera and a member of the National Speakers Association. Her clients include Seton Healthcare Network, Heritage Christian University, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, GenAustin and Wizard Academy.
Dr. Barr began teaching health professionals when she was 25 years old and continues to help improve medical imaging standards in the United States through her collaboration with the American College of Radiology. The College bestowed the honorary degree of Fellow on her on September 11, 2001. Her scientific lectures often qualify participants for continuing education credits.
An advocate of life balance, Dr. Barr is known as the doctor who cares more about people than protocol. She became a registered aromatherapist in 2005 She is the inventor of the Ease-o-StatTM, a tool that teaches people how to measure their daily stress and develop effective activities to counterbalance stressors that could degrade vibrant living. This concept is presented in her latest book, Think and Grow Well.
Prior to writing Think and Grow Well, Dr. Barr authored 13 book chapters and 35 peer-reviewed scientific papers. Her first book, Handbook of Pediatric Imaging, (Churchill Livingstone, 1991) was translated into multiple foreign languages. Her grant-writing prowess convinced the March of Dimes, the Society for Pediatric Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America to fund ultrasound research on infant brain injury and name her Research Scholar. She is an active reviewer and editor for the American College of Radiology Committees, Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology and E-Medicine.
Dr. Barr persuades listeners to recognize that one idea is all it takes to change the world. She serves on the Boards of the Dell Childrens Medical Center Foundation and the Aromatherapy Registration Council. She is an active scouter with the Boy Scouts of America, the organization that introduced her to medicine as a career through their Explorer Post Program. Dr. Barr's ability to hike mountain passes, scuba dive, drive a tractor, tap dance and deliver superior medical care help her to communicate her message of hope and energetic living to diverse multicultural audiences.
Posted on January 20, 2011 at 1:38pm — 2 Comments