Dr. Galati's Your Health First Website Gets a Fresh New Look to Promote His Podcast and Book!
Dr. Joe Galati currently has a practice devoted to the care of patients with acute and chronic liver disease, as well as individuals with disorders of the digestive tract. In his free time, he devotes himself to disseminating his wealth of health knowledge to the public through his podcast Your Health First and his new book Eating Yourself Sick, in which he lays out the problem and gives a step-by-step guide for stopping and reversing America's obesity epidemic.
Dr. Galati recently launched his Your Health First site upgrade with a fresh, mobile-responsive layout to make his podcasts readily accessible and to cross-promote his practice and his book. His website's beautiful new theme was chosen to align the branding sites for his podcast, blog, new book Eating Yourself Sick, and his practice - The Liver Specialists of Texas. This ensures consistent branding, which is key to recognition!
The new layout utilizes a modern design and embedded feeds to facilitate access to Your Health First podcasts, as heard on 740 AM KTRH. With Tendenci's open source structure, the integration of third-party apps and websites is made clean and simple! In addition, Dr. Galati is able to keep his users informed using the articles module to post the latest health updates as well as a newsletter subscription form, blog, and videos module. Links to promote his other branding concepts, such as in the resources panel, are also seamlessly built into the layout.
Tendenci is proud to partner with Dr. Galati as he continues to treat and educate the public on health and lifestyle betterment. We are excited to see his constituents grow with the help of Open Source Software!
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