Elle Russ chats with Jezlan Moyet – host of Good Morning LaLa Land…the first live-streaming daily talk show in the world. Good Morning LaLa Land focuses on discussions around current events, hot topics, and guest interviews through a positive, uplifting, and inspiring lens. In this very moving podcast episode, Jezlan shares a personal health journey with a freak accident that led to a permanent physical disability. Jezlan and Elle discover on air for the first time that they share a similar physical disability, both completely unaware of the other’s plight before this episode.
Jezlan is an entertainment correspondent with red carpet, press junket, and live event hosting experience at conventions, and fashion shows. Jezlan has partnered with Focus TV Network, an affiliate of Focus Magazine, as a content creator and contributor. Jezlan has been featured on the cover of international magazines, newspapers, and she has been a featured guest speaker at many motivational events and conferences. Subject-matter expert media appearances have included: Every Way Woman, Fashion TV, Millennial Life, Good Morning LaLa Land, Focus TV, The Washington Post, and more.
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Hello, I’m not sure if I am leaving this message in the right place, but I just wanted to comment on the recent podcast with Jezlan Moyet. Both she and Elle Russ may be interested in checking out Functional Patterns for rehabilitation on their arms and hands. Functional Patterns has been very successful in rehabilitating and strengthening people with all sorts of pathological injuries and disabilities, most of which are thought by the typical doctor to be irreversible.
They have often been correcting scoliosis, but they do treat people who have had any sort of issue from tendonitis to a stroke to paralysis. Here are some links for their company.
Regardless of whether you check this out a commend both of your perseverance in optimizing your health regardless of injuries. Thank you as always for your great podcasts!