A seasoned professional in medical equipment sales, Samuel Lehrer has developed a thorough understanding of growing trends in medical technology and has witnessed many industry breakthroughs during his career. Here, he discusses how hyperbaric oxygen therapy is trending in facilities across the country thanks to its potential to expedite wound healing in certain patients.
Samuel Lehrer graduated from the University of Florida in 1994 and has earned a high reputation in the medical sales industry over the years. He’s witnessed the growth of many novel medical technologies and has followed the rise of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in recent decades.
“During hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments, patients’ bodies are exposed to high levels of oxygen––most times 100% oxygen––at high pressures,” says Samuel Lehrer. “The higher concentrations of pressure and oxygen fuel the healing process with more energy so it decreases the time it takes to heal wounds.”
Hyperbaric technology allows doctors to deliver expedited wound healing in two major ways that cater to either individual healing or a form of group therapy. In individual therapy, specialized machines shaped like tubes encase patients and are pumped with oxygen and increased pressure. Alternatively, special rooms have been built with the same technology on a larger scale so multiple patients can be brought in for therapy at once.
“Hyperbaric therapy has been around for at least a hundred years or more, though we’ve only recently improved it to be a mainstream, practical solution in medical facilities around the world,” says Samuel Lehrer. “It’s been used to treat radiation injuries, athletic injuries, burns, infections, skin grafts and more. It’s even proven useful in certain cases for treating conditions like autism, TBI, and strokes.”
The process of oxygen therapy is different depending on the individual or group approach. Larger hyperbaric oxygen chambers can hold up to a dozen people who all receive therapy at once. In individual therapy, patients lie on a table that slides into the monoplace, or clear plastic tube long enough to cover the entire body.
In either scenario, Samuel Lehrer says, patients will change into a cotton medical gown and asked to relax and breathe in normally as the chamber or room is sealed and filled with high concentrations of oxygen. Because the pressure in the room will rise to more than twice its normal level, patients’ ears tend to pop in the beginning. Facilities typically provide entertainment like TV or music during the therapy to make it more relaxing, and patients will be able to see and talk to their therapist throughout.
Afterwards, the room is depressurized, which may cause patients to feel groggy or lightheaded for a short while. Sessions may take a half hour or a couple of hours depending on the severity of the wounds and the desired outcome per session. The amount of treatments each patient receives again depends on the severity of the wound and how well it responds to hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
“It’s a painless therapy that is proving to have a lot of positive results for a range of conditions and injuries,” says Samuel Lehrer. “It’s likely we’ll see many more facilities offering hyperbaric oxygen therapy as we continue discovering more potential uses for it.”
Real estate professional Samuel Lehrer has overseen construction projects up and down the East Coast for years, earning a reputation for excellence and quality in all his builds. With expert insight into today’s real estate market, he explains below why the boroughs of New York City are worth investor’s time and money.
Samuel Lehrer has contributed to real estate developments across a professional career spanning decades and has become an authoritative voice on construction and investment properties in America. He frequently informs potential buyers of the benefit of investing into New York properties, which have proven to hold and mostly improve in value with time.
“The New York City market is a healthy, lucrative one that has maintained its appeal to people around the world for centuries,” says Samuel Lehrer. “People tend to think of Manhattan when looking for New York properties, but all the boroughs have their unique appeal to buyers.”
He tells investors that the NYC area has a huge potential for success as the city is one of the world’s largest international hubs with newcomers in constant need of quality housing. Besides Manhattan, areas like Queens, Brooklyn and even nearby cities on Long Island provide many opportunities for purchasing and reselling single-family homes.
Of the just under 20 million citizens living in New York State, nearly half of the population can be found in and around NYC. The city has gained a reputation for serving as a revolving door for international buyers who come looking for condos, apartments, and homes on varying budgets. Samuel Lehrer recommends anybody with the drive and funds to invest in real estate to look to the NYC area for success in the long-run.
“Many of the properties will sell as-is, but there are hundreds that make for great renovation projects that come with a huge potential for high return, whether the owner sells it or rents it out,” says Samuel Lehrer. “Many of the buildings in the city and nearby have been around for generations and draw in a lot of appeal for their vintage charm and unique dimensions.”
He believes the real estate market––and especially New York’s––is in an ideal state for investors to take on a flipping project. The cost to turn around a finished project has lessened as more manufacturers and companies have gotten involved following the popularity boom. Additionally, many people in NYC today are transient and choose to spend only a few years at a time in one house instead of staying put until it’s an empty nest or retirement kicks in.
“The New York real estate market is healthy and competitive in all five boroughs, so if you’re looking for an investment property that is sure to earn you money back in the future, this is the city for it,” says Samuel Lehrer.
Volunteers and supporters of the Little Yellow School House like Samuel David Lehrer help improve the offerings of the only educational facility on Isla Mujeres catered to special needs children. Below, Lehrer helps readers understand how the organization succeeds and where they find funding for their programs.
On Isla Mujeres in Mexico, only the Little Yellow School House is designed to provide local special needs children with outstanding education that prepares them for traditional schooling and life. Samuel David Lehrer is a longtime supporter of the facility and attends the annual fundraising event to improve their offerings each year.
“The Little Yellow School House is the only facility of its kind on the entire island, and many
disadvantaged kids would go without adequate education if it weren’t for the help of their educators,” says Samuel Lehrer. “They not only support the children throughout year-round education programs, but they also help these families develop new habits and practices that make everyone’s life better.”
At the facility, highly-knowledgeable staff and educators deliver a curriculum focused on developing essential life skills beginning as elementary or advanced as each individual case requires. During classes, instructors teach their students the best ways to learn on an intimate level and how to retain information for long periods of time. Before classes begin, educators and facilitators spend time with each child and their families to understand their unique learning styles. This approach is highly useful not only for future education, but in all areas of life.
“The Little Yellow School House makes education about individual growth for each of their students,” says Samuel David Lehrer. “Plus, they also offer counseling services and education for the families of students so everyone can improve and look ahead.”
Some children attending classes at the facility are already enrolled in traditional schools who only perform coursework at the Little Yellow School House. These children gain a variety of learning resources that help them keep up with regular tasks and stay on track for graduation.
Samuel David Lehrer and his family have supported the facility and raised awareness to draw in new volunteers and donors for years. Each spring, Lehrer and his family attend the Island Time Fishing Tournament and Music Festival, which is Isla Mujeres’ official fundraising effort for the Little Yellow School House.
The event is an annual competition that draws in professional fishers and music lovers from around the world. After a buy in, competitors can fish within 50 miles off the coast of the island to be named top catch in four separate categories. Those attending the festival enjoy a week-long music event that attracts artists, musicians, and spectators to the welcoming community on the island.
“The Little Yellow School House is able to make a real difference in the lives of special needs children on the island thanks to their unique approach to education,” says Samuel David Lehrer. “The facility ensures each child not only receives the attention they need now, but gains critical preparation that lasts for the rest of their life.”
Having worked on real estate projects up and down the East Coast for more than 20 years, Samuel Lehrer of Miami has become an authoritative voice in the industry. Below, he shares his professional insight into why house flipping in North Carolina has skyrocketed in recent years.
Samuel Lehrer of Miami has experienced the highs and lows of the real estate industry over decades of overseeing ambitious building projects across the country. He’s witnessed areas of growth and periods of shrinking, and he has become an expert on house flipping markets in many states.
“More and more people are attracted to the idea of home flipping as it has a high return on investment,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “Right now, there’s a house-flipping boom in North Carolina thanks to a handful of unique perks the state has to offer buyers.”
After serving as an integral part of a variety of house flipping projects, Lehrer has come to recognize the high value in renovating properties instead of demolishing and starting from scratch. In recent years, he’s seen how North Carolina has drawn in many people from northern states who are choosing to retire there or resettle their families. He has a handful of insightful theories why the house flipping boom has settled on the Carolinas.
“Without a question, the housing prices in North Carolina are a major draw since they’ve remained much cheaper than more populated regions for decades,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “Buying a home and even selling a home there is often much cheaper than other Eastern states without being too far inland or isolated to scare buyers away.”
Lehrer also mentions that North Carolina still has plenty of undeveloped land, making it a blank canvas for the future. The homes in the state tend to come with plenty of land, which attracts people from more populated cities, and the land leaves plenty of opportunities for future developments.
“North Carolina is such a rich, rural area with plenty of scenery and connection to nature, and that brings in buyers from large cities looking to escape the bustle,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “It offers its own kind of lifestyle with all the hiking trails and rivers plus unique sights like mountains, forests, and valleys teeming with life. Who wouldn’t want to own a home there?”
He notes that the area has been settled for hundreds of years and that plenty of sturdy houses have been built in the state over time. People looking to flip homes have plenty of options available, and the state continues to draw in a diverse crowd who are eager to cash in on North Carolina’s rich lifestyle.
“North Carolina is both a booming buyer’s and seller’s market attracting people from all over the country,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “The state offers plenty of intrinsic value, and there are thousands of affordable homes in need of renovation just waiting on the market for the right buyer.”
Samuel Lehrer is a retired Navy SEAL officer in Miami who supports a number of nonprofits and outreach programs that help the underprivileged or underrepresented. Each year, Lehrer supports a bi-annual golf tournament in South Florida that aims to raise funds for military retirees and funds for the local SEAL museum.
Over many decades, retired SEAL Samuel Lehrer and his family have volunteered and supported a number of annual tournaments and events that raise funds and awareness for various causes. By participating in the bi-annual Navy SEAL golf tournament in Jupiter, FL, he helps raise money to support the men and women of his own military division and uphold their legacy.
After retiring from the Navy, Samuel Lehrer furthered his professional real estate career to a place where he can donate time and money to various causes extracurricularly. For example, he is a volunteer and supporter of the Island Time Music Festival and Fishing Tournament in Isla Mujeres, which funds the only local schoolhouse for special needs children on the island.
During the Navy SEALs golf tournament in Florida, he is able to improve the lives of one
of the most respected branches of the armed forces and ensure the masses will know of their legacy through the local museum.
“The golf tournament in Jupiter, FL is a unique opportunity to help out the men and women of
the Navy who dedicated their lives to protect this country,” says Samuel Lehrer. “And participants get to have fun with like-minded individuals along the way as well as play one of the most beautiful golf courses in the state.”
Participants of the golf tournament play at the Admirals Cove golf course in Jupiter, FL. All proceeds from the tournament go on to help support Navy SEALs in two major ways: the money gives immediate aid to retired and ex-Navy SEALs that help them live more comfortable lives in their retirement; additionally, the money raised supports the nearby National Navy SEAL Museum which tells the story of the military branch from inception to today.
The tournament takes place over a full weekend and kicks off on Friday with a special aerial display: a SEAL parachutes from a black hawk helicopter onto the 18th hole of the course to officially begin the competition. The golfing tournament and subsequent fundraiser unites supporters from across the country with retired or current men and women of the armed forces for collaboration and camaraderie.
“Giving back to the communities that have supported us is really important to me and my
family,” says Samuel Lehrer. “By participating in the Navy SEAL bi-annual golf tournament, we can raise money for the courageous fighters who defended our country and have fallen into a place where they truly need our help.”
The Little Yellow School House on Isla Mujeres, Mexico is designed to provide disadvantaged children on the island with superb education that prepares them for traditional schooling later. Samuel Lehrer, who is an annual volunteer and supporter of the facility, explains below how their curriculum and program improves every student’s chances of success.
“The Little Yellow School House is the only facility of its kind on the entire island, and many disadvantaged kids would go without adequate education without the help of their educators,” says Samuel Lehrer. “They not only support the children throughout year-round education programs, but they also help their families.”
Samuel Lehrer and his own family have long supported the school and helped spread its mission to draw in new volunteers and donors. Each year, Lehrer and his family volunteer during the Island Time Fishing Tournament and Music Festival whose proceeds go directly to growing efforts at the Little Yellow School House.
The Island Time Fishing Tournament is an annual competition drawing in professional fisherman from around the world to the waters of Isla Mujeres. After a buy in, competitors fish within 50 miles off the coast of the island to be named top catch in four separate categories. In addition to the tournament, the festival includes a week-long music event that attracts artists, musicians, and spectators to the welcoming community.
With the financial assistance that Island Time brings in, the Little Yellow School House can upgrade their classrooms, kitchens, equipment, and resources. The support of competitors and volunteers like Samuel Lehrer have helped the school grow from a single-room facility to a comprehensive learning center with six classrooms, multiple full-time teachers, and over 50 students receiving care and education.
“Volunteer support has helped both the facility and the partner tournament grow, which in turn helps the Little Yellow School House invest in better equipment, more staff, and new, improved curriculum,” says Samuel Lehrer. “And the Little Yellow School House is able to make a real difference in the lives of disadvantaged children on the island thanks to their unique approach to education.”
At the core of the curriculum, educators help students develop essential life skills starting as basic and elementary as each child requires. They teach students how to best learn and retain information depending on their individual needs. The educators develop a foundation and explore each child’s preferred learning style with them and their families. This “learning to learn” approach helps each student find success in traditional schooling later, too.
For the children already enrolled in traditional schools who perform coursework at the Little Yellow School House, they attain a variety of learning resources that help them keep up with regular tasks and stay on track for graduation. The facility ensures each child not only receives the attention they need now, but gains preparation for the rest of their life.
“The Little Yellow School House also offers counseling services and education for the families of students so everyone can improve and look ahead,” says Samuel Lehrer. “It’s a remarkable organization that ultimately benefits the whole island.”
A real estate professional who grew up in a family of developers, Sam Lehrer of Miami has become an authoritative voice on real estate projects across the country and beyond. As counsel to his peers, Lehrer encourages developers interested in foreign real estate projects to look to Cancun, Mexico because of its strong economy and availability of land for purchase.
For decades, Sam Lehrer of Miami has been an integral part of development projects in America and abroad, specifically in Mexico where he supports educational facilities and outreach programs. He and his family are longtime supporters of The Little Yellow School House on Isla Mujeres in Mexico and the Island Time Music Festival and Fishing Tournament that raises funds for the facility each year.
Having spent much of his time in Mexico for years, he’s developed a deep interest in the local real estate and the potential for new developments. He’s noticed the growing interest in land around tourist ports like Cancún and has paid close attention to new residential and commercial developments. Today, he believes Cancún offers some undeniable benefits for real estate developers and can serve as a lucrative market for current buyers.
“Isla Blanca and Puerto Cancún have proven to be major international tourism hot spots, and a lot of developers have already cashed in on residential developments, commercial buildings and multi-family properties there,” says Samuel. “Both areas showcase the beautiful landscape and waters that Mexico has to offer plus plenty of exciting nightlife and dining.”
Today, Puerto Cancún is a marina with lots of traffic year-round, but Samuel Lehrer of Miami suggests also looking to the upcoming land development in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, north of the city of Cancún. In these areas, professionals have already worked on a number of impressive developments and plan on incorporating more golf courses, luxury hotels, condominiums, shopping malls, timeshares and new retail spaces in the future.
“Cancún and nearby cities are growing fast thanks to the money and culture coming in from tourism,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “As Puerto Cancún expands and draws in more funds, the Northern quadrant of Cancun and Punta Sam are quickly turning into promising areas for development, too.”
Puerto Cancún is a teeming port city that draws in hundreds of thousands of tourists and new residents to the area each year. The area north of Cancun has plenty of open land for purchase and development, and it’s a very attractive sell with the port city so close in proximity.
“Puerto Cancún was meant to be a haven for tourists, locals, and Mexicans who vacation from
Northern Mexico,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “But this is just as an attractive sell to home buyers looking to settle down in a beautiful landscape with quick access to exciting tourist attractions and city life. The possibilities for developers is endless, and the local economy continues to strengthen each year.”
The Island Time Music Festival is an annual event on Isla Mujeres in Mexico that raises funds, awareness, and support for the local education facility for special needs children, The Little Yellow School House. Through the support of Samuel Lehrer of Miami and other participants, the facility continues to grow and recruit more professionals that prepare students for traditional schooling and success later in life.
The Little Yellow School House is the only educational program of its type on the entire island of Mujeres. Without its help, many of the native special needs children would struggle through their education or even be forced with dropping out of school altogether. However, thanks to ongoing support through donations, volunteers, and the Island Time Music Festival, it has grown from a single-room school to a facility with four classrooms, two consulting rooms, and a kitchen.
“The educators at The Little Yellow School House do more than instruct special needs children in a classroom,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “They prepare them for reintroduction into traditional schooling and teach students habits and resources that will benefit them for a lifetime. They wouldn’t get far, though, without the help of supporters and the people who come to Isla Mujeres for the festival each year.
During the annual Island Time Music Festival, visitors arrive in Isla Mujeres to watch world-class performers take the stage at intimate venues across the island. Because there’s such a small and tight-knit community on Isla Mujeres, visitors can take in the local culture while sharing the same public spaces as the performers they came to see.
In addition to the music festival each year is the Island Time Fishing Fest, which draws in tournament fishers like Samuel Lehrer of Miami to the crystal blue waters around the island. All event participants compete for the best sailfish catch in four categories, with awards in each category. All proceeds of both the music event and the fishing tournament are donated to the Little Yellow School House to continue services and expand their offerings.
The Island Time Music Festival is combined with the Fishing Fest during a week-long event that is perfect for fishers, music lovers, and those who love traveling to beautiful and exotic locations. Plus, the event offers the chance for attendees to interact with artists such as writers and performers in a welcoming environment between shows and events.
“Each year, the people of Isla Mujeres welcome visitors from all over the world to their beautiful seaside town to experience its culture and enjoy the festival,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “And the money they spend goes directly to support special needs kids on the island.”
The next Island Time Music Festival and tournament is set to take place February 5-8, 2020.
Having contributed to and overseen real estate projects across the country, Sam Lehrer of Miami has become an authoritative voice on investment properties. He believes now is an especially lucrative time to invest in properties in and around the New York City area.
Keeping up with advances in construction, Sam Lehrer of Miami has served as an instrumental component in a range of real estate projects up and down the East Coast. In addition, he’s worked on building projects in Mexico where he’s a supporter of non-profit organizations specializing in education for special needs kids. Lehrer’s family worked in real estate for decades, and he’s been involved in dozens of restoration and renovation projects since childhood.
“The market is ideal for flippers right now, and the cost to turn around a finished project has lessened as popularity has increased over the years,” says Sam Lehrer of Miami. “Instead of staying put in a home until it’s an empty nest or the owners retire, people are flexing their options and choosing to spend only a few years at a time in one house.”
This leaves plenty of homes vacant and in need of restoration to be ready for the market again. Sam Lehrer of Miami has noticed spiking trends in housing flips in locations like Texas and North Carolina, but he believes now is an especially lucrative time to invest in NYC real estate.
“New York City is known for its skyscrapers and fancy brownstones, but there are millions of transient people looking for an affordable place to live for a few years,” says Sam Lehrer of Miami. “And there are plenty of homes, condos, and apartments in the Greater NYC area that will make for a worthy investment for flippers or renters.”
Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs (Queens, Brooklyn, etc.) serve as a major international hub for people in flux who need to rent or purchase properties for work in the city. The area, in addition to the western tip of Long Island, provide a lot of opportunities for renovation and resale of single-family homes in addition to plenty of units in high-rises.
There are over 10 million citizens living in New York City with millions of visitors each year. It’s ultimately a revolving door of renters, home buyers, and visitors seeking quality housing in one of the most populated cities in the world. The area boasts housing units of all size, but single-family homes are especially prevalent in the outskirts of the boroughs. These tend to be much more affordable flips than projects on or immediately adjacent to Manhattan, too.
“No matter your budget or level of interest, the NYC housing market is ripe with opportunities for both first-time home buyers and first-time flippers,” says Sam Lehrer. “Potential fluctuations in the future market means that investors should invest now, striking while the iron is hot.”
Miami Native Samuel Lehrer spends his free time supporting various non-profits and organizations that improve the lives of the disadvantaged. Lending his time and resources to a bi-annual golf tournament held in Jupiter, FL, he helps raise awareness of and support for other retired Navy SEALs.
As a participant in a bi-annual golf tournament that raises funds for retired and ex-Navy SEALs, Samuel Lehrer of Miami actively supports the men and women of his own military division. Since retiring from the Navy, Lehrer has developed a reputation for philanthropic work, most notably in Isla Mujeres, Mexico where he supports the Island Time Music Festival and Fishing Tournament. Participating in the Florida golf tournament, he is able to improve the lives of one of the most respected branches of the armed forces and secure their legacy through museum upkeep and maintenance.
“The golf tournament in Jupiter, FL is a unique opportunity to help out the men and women of the Navy who dedicated their lives to protecting this country,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “And participants get to have fun along the way and play one of the most beautiful courses in the state.”
The altruistic efforts of Samuel Lehrer of Miami and his family go on to strengthen both their immediate community and those in other states or countries. They’ve worked to raise awareness and support of The Little Yellow School House in Isla Mujeres that educates special needs children on the island and prepares them for success later. They’ve also participated in the Island Time Fishing Tournament and the accompanying music festival.
“Giving back to the communities that have supported us is really important to me and my family,” says Samuel Lehrer of Miami. “By participating in the Navy SEAL bi-annual golf tournament, we can raise money for the courageous fighters who defended our country and have fallen into a place where they truly need our help.”
At the Admirals Cove golf course in Jupiter, FL, attendants of the tournament raise funds that go on to help Navy SEALs in two ways: firstly, to give immediate aid to retired and ex-Navy SEALs; and secondly, to support the National Navy SEAL Museum that tells the life story of the military branch. The tournament takes place over a full weekend and kicks off on Friday with an unnamed SEAL parachuting from a black hawk helicopter onto the 18th hole of the course.
The bi-annual Navy SEALs golfing tournament and fundraiser connects supporters from across the country with ex or current men and women of the armed forces. Together, they share stories, build relationships, partake in friendly competition, and honor and uphold the achievements and legacy of one of the most honored military branches of all time.