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Episode 7 - Originally Aired: 11/9/2014
Vertigo, "Behind the Scenes" at Business Matters, Rotary
On this Sunday’s episode of The PEAK TV, explore the latest treatments for vertigo, go behind the scenes at a popular business show, and discover how Rotarians are making an impact in a community near you.

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Vertigo was a crippling condition for Tricia; physical therapy treatment at St. Luke’s University Health Network allowed her to get her life back. ENT Specialist, Dr. David Yen, joins us in-studio to discuss balance disorders and various options for relief.
Behind the Scenes of Business Matters
Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce President, Tony Iannelli and his team give us a behind the scenes look at Business Matters, the region’s only local business television show on WFMZ that gets inside the minds of business and community leaders in the area.
Rotary Club
Rotary Clubs in the Lehigh Valley are part of a worldwide organization providing humanitarian services, encouraging high ethics in all vocations, and helping to build goodwill and peace throughout the world. Rotary District Governor, Gary Fedorcha, joins us in-studio to share the group’s history, goals, and how they make a difference.
Episode 6 - Originally Aired: 11/2/2014
Pain Management, Music and Recovery - A Story of Hope, United Way Food Access
On the next PEAK TV…learn about a new way to manage pain, see how music provided one man a connection to his past, and watch as healthy food makes its way to those in need.

Episode 6 Segments
Pain Management
Michele struggled with chronic pain after a car accident - neurostimulation allowed her to enjoy life again! Dr. Scott Loev, Medical Director of the Spine and Pain Associates at St. Luke’s University Health Network educates us on the benefits and how nerostimulation can improve the lives of people suffering in pain.
Music and Recovery - A Story of Hope
After a lifesaving surgery at St. Luke's to correct a brain aneurysm, jazz legend Pat Martino lost his memory and the ability to play the guitar. See how his remarkable comeback taught him to never give up and to enjoy every precious moment in life. 
United Way Food Access
A lack of nutritious food affects so many people. See how United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley is getting fresh foods into the hands of at-risk populations. Lorna Velazquez, Executive Director of Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley, joins us in-studio to discuss United Way’s Food Access initiative and other ways the community can get involved.
Episode 6 - Originally Aired: 10/26/2014
Walk a Marathon, Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club, CREW
Learn how tackling a marathon doesn’t always mean running, get an inside look at Bethlehem Steel’s historic soccer club, and see how a group of professional women join forces to support their community.

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Walk a Marathon - Get Your Tail on the Trail/D&L National Heritage Corridor
D&L Walk A Marathon allows participants to experience the challenge and thrill of completing a half marathon, even if they walk. Ken Szydlow, Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations at St. Luke’s University Health Network, joins us in studio to discuss the importance of the St. Luke’s Get Your Tail on the Trail program and how the family fun initiative is building a healthier community…one mile at a time.
Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club
Bethlehem is home to the oldest, most decorated “football” teams in U.S. history. Take a look at inside the Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club and their journey to becoming one of the forefathers of American soccer.
The Commercial Real Estate Women’s Network provides members with the tools needed to advance their careers, build supportive relationships and give back to the area. Julie Profilet-Saucier, an active member of the Lehigh Valley CREW Network, joins us in studio to discuss CREW’s commitment to the community.
Episode 5 - Originally Aired: 10/12/2014
Nicky's Place, Aerial Arts, Embrace Your Dreams
Visit Nicky's Place, a home away from home offering support to families with babies who need extra care, explore how a new trend, Aerial Arts, is merging art and fitness, and learn about Embrace Your Dreams - First Tee First Serve Lehigh Valley and how a golf swing is helping kids succeed.    

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Nicky's Place
When their daughter was a critically ill newborn, the Baker’s discovered Nicky’s Place at St. Luke’s University Health Network, a home away from home on the hospital’s Bethlehem campus. Dr. Purvi Jethva, Medical Director of Neonatology at St. Luke’s University Health Network, joins us in-studio to discuss how their NICU combines advanced technology and trained healthcare professionals to provide specialized care for their tiniest patients.
Aerial Arts
An art form, previously limited to Olympic level gymnasts and circus performers, is now being offered as a dance and fitness program. Take a look at how one local Aerial Arts teacher takes a fun new trend to help students build strength and flexibility while defying gravity.
Embrace Your Dreams
Learn how First Tee/First Serve Lehigh Valley impacts the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, values, and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. Katie Cassese, Board Member and Active Supporter of Embrace Your Dreams, joins us in studio to discuss the importance of the program.