As described on our program page, every MOBE Guide has at least five years of experience in a healthcare field. Together, they're a diverse collection of physicians, nurses, chiropractors, dietitians, wellness specialists and even more.
Our MOBE Guides live and work across the United States, in a variety of occupations and time zones. And they share a passion for helping people take control of their own health. Here's what some of them say about their role in the Guided Self-Management Program:
Living with pain makes people feel helpless and out of control. My job is to help them regain that control. It’s a process. What we try to do is teach people that the way you think, the way you eat, the way you behave can either help you or hurt you. The goal of the program is to improve people’s ability to take care of themselves. In doing so, they’ll behave differently, interact with the environment differently, and be able to do the things that they want to do for as long as they want to do them.”
Just imagining a stressful event or situation may make your heart beat faster, your palms sweat and your mind kick into high-alert mode. But what if that stress response isn’t always bad? What if it can actually be beneficial? And what if there is actually a difference between a good stressor and bad stressor? Researchers are finding that there is more to the story than you might expect from all the bad press about stress.
MOBE’s innovative health solutions provide a much-needed link between health care and lifestyle to improve health and wellbeing.
Certification validates MOBE’s commitment to key regulations and protecting sensitive information.
Medicine isn’t perfect. For every breakthrough that cures a disease (or makes it easier to live with one) there are many more treatments that only help a little. And there are many more that may have no effect or that may actually cause a particular person more harm than good. So, it’s important to approach any decision that affects your health, or the health of someone you love, with eyes wide open.
Ever wondered whether it’s better to see the glass as half empty or half full? There’s a growing body of research that has your answer...
Stories aren’t just for Oscar-winning movies or best-selling novels. They’ve been at the heart of human communication from the beginning. Before Snapchat, email, or snail mail, our survival depended on remembering the stories told around the community fire. And now, researchers are discovering that storytelling can be transformative for personal health.