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The Dr. Luvmark Show

The Dr. Luvmark Show

Dr. LuvMark’ s Story

I was born in Manhattan New York City on September 3, 1958.

I grew up in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and spent 35 years as a resident of Pennsylvania.

I got my medical degree from the Penn State College of medicine in Hershey 1984 and then went through a 3-year residency at the Washington Hospital Family Medical Center.  

I practiced emergency medicine near Pittsburgh at a level 2 Trauma Center from 1987 through June 1996.

I then moved to Raleigh North Carolina with my wife and two small children to practice family medicine. I did that for 11 years and then left because I was burned out and disgusted with the entire system. 

When I retired in October 2007, I began to study holistic medicine and went on an amazing journey of self healing.  It’s been an amazing journey, which I’m looking forward to sharing with my audience.

From May through June of 2013, I did the original version of The Dr. LuvMark Show while living in Boulder CO. 

Since then I’ve been planning the launch of the new and improved  TDLMS. 

I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to entertain, inform and inspire people to live happier healthier lives.

What my show is all about:

 The Dr. LuvMark Show is a unique program hosted by a unique physician.

It’s a show about the people and for the people who are interested in a holistic perspective to life, personal self-healing and enjoying each moment as it comes. 

Those people can be anyone from John and Jane Doe, to famous folks like Deepak Chopra, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Don Miguel Ruiz. 

It will make you laugh, cry and hopefully think more clearly about EXACTLY what you want, and then how to create that happier healthier life for yourself. 

My intention here then is to be truly helpful with a venue that rings true for everyone seeking to find their wholeness.  Let me know if you need anymore information. Thanks so much for your help and I’m really excited to launch the show at 2:30 today.

Much love to all, 

Mark

10 episodes