Zen Wellness Team
Beata is a lifestyle and nutrition expert who coaches and consults with clients to achieve diet and lifestyle improvements with tailored, actionable solutions. She is an accomplished writer, educator, and communicator who has teamed with leading health brands to build better public health awareness. Beata specializes in beauty and digestion, and she promotes optimal health through whole food-based diets. Beata Rydyger is a Registered Nutritionist with a Bachelor in Health Sciences, post-graduate degree in Nutrition from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition.
Dr. Saju Joseph is a talented award winning general surgery specialist that graduated with honors from Tufts University School of Medicine and completed a residency at Harvard Medical School. He has more than 20 years of diverse experiences in surgery, wound care, oncology, academia, and executing clinical research trials.
Dr. Kacian Brown, MD, ABWM, CWSP is an industry leading double board certified physician that graduated with honors from the American University of the Caribbean. She has more than 15 years of diverse experience in dermatology, wound care, nutrition, and academia.
Dr Eric Wood, ND is a District of Columbia-licensed (Washington D.C.) naturopathic physician and a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. He has been featured on NBC and ABC for being one of America’s best Naturopathic Doctors
Dr. Jill Barat, PharmD is a licensed clinical pharmacist with a doctorate from the University of Florida. Dr. Barat has pursued advanced healthy aging training in A4M with a passion for patient wellness and counseling. She maintains an emphasis on an integrative approach to maintain the health and wellness of her patients.
Nicholas Micciche is a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of South Florida College of Pharmacy. He is a Clinical Nutritionist with Zen Nutrients focusing his efforts on formula development, research and ultimately patient wellness. Nicholas is pursuing an advanced certification with the International School of Herbal Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Sona Ramdath Jr received his Doctor of Podiatry Medicine and Surgery at Barry University School of Medical Sciences in Miami Shores, Florida and completed a 3-year surgical residency at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Miami Florida. He then completed a Fellowship in Sport Medicine at Palo Alto Medical Foundation in San Francisco, California with mini fellowships in Germany and England in 2010/2011. He specializes in plantar fasciitis, neuropathy, wound care, foot and ankle disorders.
Binita Patel, RDN is a registered and licensed dietitian that graduated from University of Florida and is a long standing member of the American Dietetic Association. She has over 25 years of experience in healthcare and is highly experienced in diabetes, disease management, oncology & nutrition.
If you’re recovering from knee surgery, you’re likely wondering what you can do to speed up the process. Recovery after knee surgery is long and arduous. Who knew having to stay off your knee could be so tiring and boring? Most likely you’re anxious to get back to your pre-surgery activities. Fortunately, there are some products on the market that may help you do just that. Below, are 8 must-have products after knee surgery that can make your recovery a little more bearable and potentially reduce your downtime. 1. Grab Bar If you haven’t already, install a grab bar in...EXPLORE MORE
Recovering from a surgical procedure can be a painstakingly slow process. The body takes time to heal itself, especially after difficult surgery. As we age, the healing process can take even longer due to our bodies inhibited cell regrowth capability and weakened immune system. Rest, time, and proper wound care practices are seen as the best remedies for healing wounds post-surgery. The role of nutrition in wound healing, however, is often overlooked. Nutrition plays an important part in the healing process for controlling inflammation, providing the necessary nutrients to rebuild and restore damaged tissue, preserve muscle strength, and decrease the...EXPLORE MORE