Neurosurgeon, eight-time Ironman triathlon finisher, author and Villager Joseph Maroon, MD, FACS invites you to learn his tips for “How to Die Young as Late as Possible,” a personal approach to healthy living, longevity and balance in life.
For the last 39 years, Joe has served as the team neurosurgeon for the Pittsburgh Steelers and has managed just about every type of traumatic and vascular brain injury. At 83 years young, mind, body, spirituality and a healthy life balance are his four pillars for longevity and healthspan. Dr. Maroon’s expertise in the field of neurosurgery, combined with his passion for promoting healthy living, has led him to develop this comprehensive approach to longevity and balance.
Through his engaging and informative style, Dr. Maroon will inspire you to make positive lifestyle changes that will help you not only live longer but feel better and more energized. Guests will learn Dr. Maroon’s philosophies to eat for optimal health, exercise for longevity and manage stress and adversity to improve your overall well-being—no triathlons required!