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The lectures on CDs, and most of the information on this site, come from talks I organized, and personally funded, simply because I was in awe of the information these doctors possessed and wanted people everywhere to know about it. (See About Us for more info.)

It is my intention to provide reliable information – so individuals can make informed choices concerning their health to potentially assist them and their loved ones in avoiding surgery or the use of drugs, as well as to have a better quality of life.

Many of the doctors on the Informed Choices in Health site are nearing retirement, so there is no motive on their part – or on mine – to “make lots of money”. The purpose of Informed Choices in Health is to provide information and to educate.

If you would like to know a little bit more about who I am, you might like to know about my “day job” by which I fund this site. It is fascinating work and 180 degrees away from the world of health…

I drive tractor-trailers. I am now in my 9th year of touring. My first four touring years were spent with Country Western Artists, including: Reba McEntire, Keith Urban, Martina McBride, Dierks Bentley and Toby Keith. I toured 2008 with Rascal Flatts and 2009 with Taylor Swift. In 2010, I drove for Brooks and Dunn’s Last Rodeo Tour, followed by George Strait’s fall concerts. Then I was graced to join the team driving a portion of Andrea Bocelli’s Christmas Tour. In 2011, I did a short run with Rod Stewart’s tour, followed by Brad Paisley’s tour.

Entertainment touring was a lot of fun. I felt a sense of family with the crew. We ate great food, created great team spirit, and had all-access passes to the shows. When touring, I logged lots of night driving miles. Still, I managed to find time between shows and on down days to edit more audio files to create the lectures on CD.

The last five years, I’ve been driving for Mobility Resource Associates, who offer experiential tours and exhibits. This type of touring is very different from entertainment touring, yet it is extremely rewarding. I’m out on the road for eight months working with different regional managers. So, no catering, no team spirit, no All Access Passes to great entertainment, and no all night runs.  I do get to live in hotels instead of the tractor – great benefit!

Again, the reason I do all of this is simply because it is my passion to share this information and to enhance the quality of peoples lives.

Feel free to contact me at tom.deinema@icih.org

Wishing you the best in health,

Thomas Deinema