About Bulldozer Health
Welcome to Bulldozer Health!
Our Mission Statement:
Bulldozer Health Inc. is a 501c3 Non-profit organization and healthcare reform initiative. Our mission is to educate everyone about all their healthcare options, improve access to alternative healthcare, and inspire people to achieve optimal health by healing the body, teaching it to heal itself, and by accomplishing wellness.
We have many programs and goals to achieve this including:
Media which provides films, podcasts, blogs, social media, YouTube health tips, newsletters, music art and more.
Health Talks where we give a public speech to inspire others and give them information that they can use in their own lives.
Alternative Health Networking through which we network with providers via our website and health fairs, health talks and meetings in their home state.
Food for health which provides education about healthy eating and networks with community organizations that provide healthy food to the community for free.
Keep the body moving which seeks to provide individuals with fitness ideas that they can easily implement in their own lives.
Take back your health America benefit concerts with the goal of the profits going to individuals who need assistance accessing alternative health care.
Join our movement! Take back your health America!
Wendy "Love" Edge
Founder and Creator of Bulldozer Health Inc.
Wendy "Love" Edge graduated Magna Cum Laude from Boston University in 1987 and worked for 25 years as an occupational therapist. She treated many patients over the years in a variety of settings and worked as an area director for a major healthcare company. She has served as a volunteer health worker in Guatemala and Nicaragua for the nonprofit organization CHANGE in 1992 and 1994 respectively. In 1999 she opened a gift shop and operated it for three years. In 2009 she helped to set up a nonprofit organization, Guitars for Peace. She also assisted in the setup of the Worcester MA area RLC, a peer based organization for individuals with mental illness.
She became gravely ill in 2011 and was told she was going to die on three separate occasions. She was bulldozed on 16 medications. She took her health into her own hands in October of 2013. She is still working on her own health and dealing with the effects of pharmaceutical overload. Bulldozer Health Inc. is her brainchild. Through the organization and its volunteers, she wants to reach everyone, and urge them to take charge of their own health, and support them in that endeavor.