Dr Loosli , a medical practioner at Sports Medicine & Rehabiltation in Walnut Creek, CA, is a UCSF School of Medicine graduate and has over 35 years of Orthopedic & Sports Medicine experience treating patients of all ages & activity levels. Additionally, he was the sports medicine consultant for the USA Synchronized Swimming team Olympics in 1992, 1996 & 2008 and the team Physician for the US Olympic Swimming Team in Sydney in 2000. Currently, he serves as Physician for Las Lomas High School and as a Sports Medicine Consultant for Berean Christian High School and the Aquanuts Synchro team, all in Walnut Creek. Dr. Loosli is passionate about reducing opioid prescribing levels through the use of corsets and other medical treatment options for back and other pain. He implemented the “More Corsets /Less opioids” program at the Contra Costa Regional Medical center in California in 2011 and is actively partnering with NCAPDA to educate medical providers and community members about alternative pain treatment options apart from prescription opioids.
Discovery is a community based non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the well being and quality of life for individuals and families in the greater San Ramon Valley Community. They are committed to providing affordable and high-quality mental health services, improving bonding and healthy communication in families and preventing drug and alcohol problems.
The FED UP! Coalition is a grassroots organization that was formed in 2012 when several organizations and individuals from across the U.S. joined forces to stimulate federal government action to bring America’s opioid abuse epidemic to an end. The Coalition has held national rallies in Washington D.C. since 2012, participates in advocacy days on Capitol Hill, testifies in legislative and agency hearings in support of its platform and supports legislation that is in alignment with their mission.
The goal of Teen Esteem is to equip, educate and empower teens, parents,educators and the community on issues related to teens and adolescent health. This is done through classroom presentations, school-wide assemblies, parent education and by working with local community groups to provide the best support and education possible to encourage healthy decision making skills in teens.