D. Terrence Foster, MD.
DR. D. TERRENCE FOSTER, MD: PAIN & REHABILITATION MEDICINE, STRESS MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT, AUTHOR, PUBLIC SPEAKER & PHILANTHROPIST
DR. Foster is a board-certified medical doctor and a best-selling multiple award-winning author. He is also a Public Speaker, Stress, Pain, and Rehabilitation Medicine Management Consultant.
He is the author or co-author of several scientific articles. His publications include three best-selling books: The Foster's Opioid Addiction Classification Status Guide, The Opioid Epidemic Consumers & HealthCare Guide, and his latest, The Stress Book: Forty-Plus Ways to Manage Stress & Enjoy Your Life. This book is a winner of MORE THAN FORTY (40+) INTERNATIONAL LITERARY AWARDS, Including THE INDEPENDENT AUTHOR NETWORK (IAN) 2022 First-Place Nonfiction Book of The Year, 2023 ERIC HOFFER AWARD Grand Prize Short List of Finalists Book of The Year, and OUTSTANDING CREATOR AWARD Overall Winner (first place), for Best Nonfiction Book – Spring 2023.
Dr. Foster graduated from The Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, New York, earning his Doctor of Medicine. At the City University of New York, he received a master's degree in Chemistry. He did his Residency at New York University Medical Center/Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine and Fellowship at Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He has been practicing medicine for more than 25 years.
Dr. Foster's community service, leadership, and philanthropic work extend over 20 years. He Is a strong supporter of many charitable organizations. He is also the Chairman and CEO of the D. Terrence Foster Foundation Inc. The Vision of the Foundation is to help provide or facilitate healthcare and education for those underserved globally.
Visit his website at www.DTERRENCEFOSTER.COM, connect with his social media platforms, and see all the other projects he is working on.
The Stress Book: Forty-Plus Ways to Manage Stress & Enjoy Your Life
The Stress Book is a winner of MORE THAN FORTY (40+) INTERNATIONAL LITERARY AWARDS, Including THE INDEPENDENT AUTHOR NETWORK (IAN) 2022 First-Place Nonfiction Book of The Year, 2023 ERIC HOFFER AWARD Grand Prize Short List of Finalists Book of The Year, and OUTSTANDING CREATOR AWARD Overall Winner (first place), for Best Nonfiction Book – of 2023.
This book takes a comprehensive approach to stress management and prevention and how modifying your lifestyle and taking practical steps can significantly reduce the level of stress you are experiencing.
More than forty approaches to stress reduction, management, and prevention are covered in this book, giving you practical guidance applicable to most of life's issues and circumstances. This book will help people struggling with challenging situations; for example, those who work in stressful jobs or are involved in complex personal or toxic relationships.
The Stress Book will help prevent people from getting involved in these and other difficult situations and prevents or reduces stress before it manifests.
If you or someone you know and honestly care about is experiencing so much stress in life that it is so overwhelming, or if you or that person are trying desperately to avoid that condition? Well, look no further!
This book is intended to significantly improve people's lives at any level of society who may be experiencing stress in their personal, business, or professional lives. I trust that it will make a difference in yours.
Thank you for taking the journey to improve your stress and reading this book.
The Opioid Epidemic Consumers and Healthcare Guide
Nonfiction: Self-Help Medical-Health
Read one of the most comprehensive books about the opioid epidemic: opioid overdose deaths, illegally manufactured fentanyl (IMF), synthetic opioid analogs, heroin, and how marijuana/cannabis affects the opioid epidemic. Read also about how drugs like cocaine methamphetamine and benzodiazepines (BENZOS) affect the opioid epidemic. Also learn about different medication treatments/programs such as naloxone, Suboxone, methadone, Safe Injection Sites/Supervised Injection Sites /Insight, and many drug detoxification protocols. Learn how to protect your children from illicit opioids, cocaine, marijuana /cannabis, and other illegal drugs as we combat the opioid crisis.
This book looks at how the opioid epidemic started and where we are now. We examined and explained the causes of the opioid epidemic and who are most likely responsible, as we look at prescription drugs and the doctors and providers who write these prescriptions. The impact of legal and illegal opioids and their contribution to the opioid epidemic are discussed. Also, non-opioid drugs, which are also a major contributing factor to the opioid epidemic, are considered. The significance of diversions of opioids and controlled substances is presented.
The impact of the opioid epidemic on family and loved ones, including teens and young adults, is also presented, as well as some of the obstacles to available treatment.
Foster’s Opioid Classification Addiction Status (FOCAS) Guide
Nonfiction: Self-Help Medical-Health
The Foster’s Opioid Classification Addiction Status (FOCAS) Guide is a nomenclature (naming) or grouping of every one of us into a class.
This classification allows for easier characterization of individuals/patients or potential users and users of opioids. This flowchart (algorithm)/table will allow comparable language and descriptions among providers in the healthcare field. This can also help with treatment stratification or protocols. In general, this can simplify communications between healthcare professionals involved with opioid use, treatment, and addiction.
This classification is not a risk assessment tool for the use of opioids. However, understanding patients’ addiction status allowed for better stratification concerning treatment options and possibly the level of care and intervention each patient or individual may need. Throughout the algorithm, patients’ risk levels will vary and change and may be at any level regardless of the group or class they entered or are classified. Appropriate medical, and nonmedical intervention, treatment, and the possible obstacles that will be faced by those of us who work with chronic and acute pain patients can be more clearly defined once we have an understanding and knowledge of each one’s Opioid Addiction Status.