Restoring Innate Health

Restoring Innate Health, formerly known as the Making Pittsburgh Healthy podcast, is set out to empower listeners with new tools, powerful lost secrets, and innovative ways to tap into their innate intelligence for restorative healing.

 

We have become too dependent on medicine, surgeries, and doctors to “fix” our health concerns.

 

We are born with an innate healing power and keep discovering that our innate intelligence is sufficient to heal, restore and maintain our health. This is all about natural ways to think, eat, move, live, and play.

 

Our goal is to educate and motivate listeners to a new way of thinking, trusting that our bodies have this potential to heal. It’s our job to empower them with ideas, strategies and tools to regain this trust.

 

As we work together, support each other and learn to improve our health, we can rise up and become a healthier world.

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Hosted by Dr. Aaron Tressler

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Dr. Tressler’s passion for natural health and healing extends back to childhood. Growing up he suffered with chronic gastrointestinal issues, allergies and sinus problems.  And then witnessing his father die from heart disease at age 50, he vowed to never allow this to happen to him and find the answer.

 

Dr. Tressler has been impacting lives for the past 28 years as the chiropractor and owner of In8Life – Tressler Chiropractic, President of the Chiropractic Fellowship of Pennsylvania, author of 5 health books, International Chiropractic Association member, Creator of IN8LIFE weight loss system, and host of the Restoring Innate Health podcast.

 

He has implemented these principles of innate health to overcome many injuries and health challenges. Having had 2 rotator cuff tears, broken ribs 3x, several concussions, bilateral meniscus tears, and his most challenging - a broken scapula at age 49, all were healed naturally, innately, without opioids, prescription drugs or surgery. Dr. Tressler continues to play competitive rugby with 20 and 30 year old’s with no plans on stopping. His past injuries do not define him nor is he hindered by them.

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