Join Apollo Neuro for a live webinar with Bart Oates, President of the NFL Alumni Association - 3× Super Bowl champion + 5× NFL Pro Bowl Selection. Bart Oates sits down with Dr. Bryan Donohue MD, FACC, expert interventional cardiologist who specializes in vascular fitness, and Apollo Neuro co-founder, psychiatrist, and neuroscientist, Dr. Dave Rabin, to discuss the importance of cardiovascular and mental health management in adapting to major life transitions for athletes and non-athletes, alike.
Join us live to learn more about:
- How to improve cardiovascular health and recovery (hypertension, obesity) both as an athlete and a non-athlete
- Prioritizing mental health, including managing pain, sleep, mood, and adapting to major life transitions
- Expert recommended tools to optimize your health
About the speakers
Dr. David Rabin, MD, PhD, a board-certified psychiatrist and neuroscientist, is the co-founder & chief innovation officer at Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically-validated wearable system to improve heart rate variability, focus, relaxation, and sleep by delivering gentle layered vibrations to the skin. In addition to his clinical psychiatry practice, Dr. Rabin is also the co-founder & executive director of The Board of Medicine, and a psychedelic clinical researcher currently evaluating the mechanism of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy in treatment-resistant mental illnesses.
Dr. Bryan Donohue MD, FACC is an expert interventional cardiologist who specializes in vascular fitness.
Bart Oates, 3x Super Bowl champion + 5x NFL Pro Bowl Selection, serves as President of the NFL Alumni Association, an independent, non-profit organization founded in 1967 which is the oldest and most recognizable national organization of retired professional athletes. Mr. Oates played for the New York Giants from 1985 to 1993 and the San Francisco 49ers from 1994 to 1995. Oates won three Super Bowls, two with the Giants in 1986 and 1990, and one with the 49ers in 1994. Oates was selected to five Pro Bowls during his career and to the UPI All-NFC team three times. He also played three seasons with the Philadelphia/Baltimore Stars in the USFL where he won two USFL championships.