Dr. Mitch Joins CRN with exciting new show!
LOS ANGELES, CA – CRN Digital Talk Radio announced today, the addition of The Dr. Mitch Show to its already diverse network roster. Beginning January 13, 2019, The Dr. Mitch Show will air on CRN 1 Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1-2 p.m. ET and Sundays 9-10 a.m. ET.
“Just in time for the new year, CRN is so pleased to present The Dr. Mitch Show” said Michael J. Horn, President and CEO of CRN Digital Talk Radio. “This is a program that promotes good health and living to achieve your best and most joyful life.”
Integrative medicine expert, Dr. Mitchell Ghen hosts an interactive health talk show where listeners can call in with health-related questions. Dr. Mitch’s experience and entertaining delivery guarantee great information about health issues, treatment options, medications, supplements, newest scientific research, and cutting-edge technologies. The emphasis is on natural approaches to health, wellness, and anti-aging.
Dr. Mitch has 38 years of experience in anti-aging and holistic and integrative medicine. Along with his work in nutritional medicine, Dr. Mitch has a remarkable amount of experience as an expert clinician and researcher in the field of stem cell transplantation.
In addition to being a physician, Dr. Mitch holds a Master’s Degree in Biomechanical Trauma and has a Ph.D. in nutrition and psychoneuroimmunology. He is an international lecturer on oral and IV nutrition and stem cell transplantation and is recognized as one of the premier teachers at conferences and seminars on integrative medicine
He is the co-author of four textbooks including the “Advanced Guide to Longevity Medicine,” “The Ghen and Raine’s Guide to Compounding Pharmaceuticals,” “The Anti-Aging Physicians’ Handbook for Compounding Pharmaceuticals,” and “The Essentials and Science of IV Parenteral Medicine.” His soon-to-be-released book, “Look Good, Feel Good and Have Great Sex,” is the first in a series of books about better living.
CRN Digital Talk Radio is heard in 11 million homes nationally on cable television, broadcast radio, ROKU, the Internet, iTunes, the CRN App, Tune In Radio and more. For more information,