Dr. Vonda Wright – Aging is The Most Natural Part of Life

Aug 8, 2021 | aging, books, culture, Health, politics, seniors, technology


The Not Old Better Show Art of Living Interview Series

Dr. Vonda Wright, Founder of Women’s Health Conversations (PRNewsFoto/Women’s Health Conversations)

We’re talking about exercise, fitness, cognition, and more today with a real superstar, Dr. Vonda Wright.  Often this subject is just ‘the same old song,’ in other words, exercise and fitness are good for our aging bodies, blah, blah, blah.  Not the case with our guest today, Dr. Vonda Wright, and we’ll get into all that, but, it is so great to be with you following another excellent Community Chat with Gary Cohen, and good morning and welcome to The Not Old Better Show on KSCW.  I’m Paul Vogelzang, and as part of our Smithsonian Associates Fitness program, we have an excellent show ourselves and interview with Dr. Vonda Wright (above left).

Dr. Vonda Wright is a double-boarded orthopedic sports surgeon, internationally recognized authority on active aging and mobility.  In addition to her surgical practice, Dr. Wright regularly contributes to national TV shows including “Dr. Oz,” “The Doctors” and the “Today” show. Dr. Wright is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, and U.S. News & World Report, and Dr. Wright has written 4 books on topics surrounding active aging and precision longevity, she has created the non-profit, “Women’s Health Conversations” which ignited a national conversation on women’s health, and performed award-winning research that is reshaping the way we think of aging in this country.  

Please join me in welcoming to The Not Old Better Show on KSCW, Dr. Vonda Wright.  

My thanks to Dr. Vonda Wright for her time, expertise, and thoughtful preparation in joining me today about the complex subject of health, fitness, and aging…It’s NOT the Same Old Song from Dr. Wright.  My thanks, always, to the Smithsonian team for all they do to support the show.  Of course, my thanks to you, our wonderful Not Old Better Show audience here on KSCW.  Please keep your emails coming to me at info@notold-better.com.  Remember, let’s talk about better.  The Not Old Better Show on KSCW.  Thanks, everybody.