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Leadership from the Heart.
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Heart Matters with Dr. P – Ep1
In Episode 1, Dee Griffin from Augusta, Georgia’s WJBF News Channel 6 interviews Dr. Parks about her background and how she came to create the
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The Heart Feels First
A Story of Revival and Recovery
Imagine experiencing the joy of childbirth only to have your world turned upside down nine days later. This is the true story of Naesha Parks. After blacking out, she went to the hospital where a blood clot was found, but doctors soon discovered that she was also experiencing a rare and deadly spontaneous coronary artery dissection, where two of the arteries of her heart had completely split. While on the operating table, Naesha died.
Doctors worked to revive her, but were not optimistic about her outcome. After being in a medically induced coma with her chest open for nine days, finally, slowly, she started to improve.
Through her own account and through the contributions of friends, family, doctors, and surgeons, The Heart Feels First: A Story of Revival and Recovery is a unique and unprecedented look at what it means to survive and witness a miracle and how life finds a way to transition into a new normal.
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Naesha Parks is acutely aware of every single beat of her heart. She wasn't always. On a fateful day in late 2008, she kissed her 10-day old son goodbye and
Naesha Parks believes it was divine inspiration that led her to take her sudden bad feeling more seriously and urge a friend to call 911. She suddenly remembered a friend
Dr. Naesha Parks began her journey with SCAD in 2008 just ten days after giving birth to her son. After experiencing chest pain, she learned that she’d developed blot clots
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We are wrapping up another school year and the kids will be off for a few months. A break from: “Did you do your homework? Do you have your clothes