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This is the story of living with my tumor. While visiting family in Georgia on July 13th 2020, I suffered a seizure, fell and injured my head. The emergency squad transported me to a local hospital, where I was treated for head trauma, but the seizures continued. An MRI confirmed they were caused by a brain tumor, and surgery was performed. The surgeon was able to send tissue for biopsy and relieve pressure from bleeding, but not stop the seizures. The pathology results revealed an aggressiv ...
 
Sequential episodes offer ancient wisdom, integrative mind-body-spirit-emotions healing, and self-mastery empowerment beyond what meets the eye, MRI, and why can't I! Much of what seems so real in this physical dimension is not the entire Truth of who we are and/or what we can do. Over the last decade, I have allowed myself to both explore and expand beyond the physical, mental and emotional boundaries I thought were rigidly in place in this "reality". What I found was an aspect of Self that ...
 
As one of the nation's leading orthopedic practices with offices across the region, OrthoCarolina is your destination for comprehensive orthopedic care. Leveraging our physicians' expertise in the areas of foot and ankle, hand, hip and knee, shoulder and elbow, spine, sports medicine and pediatrics; and providing services that include physical therapy, MRI and post-surgical support; we can offer you a continuum of care unmatched in the region. OrthoCarolina. You. Improved.
 
Supported by a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement grant (2006-2008) in the History of Medicine to Professor Tilli Tansey (QMUL) and Professor Leslie Iversen (Oxford), the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group at Queen Mary, University of London presents a series of podcasts on the history of neuroscience featuring eminent people in the field: Professor Roger Ordidge studied physics at the University of Nottingham, and went on to obtain his PhD in 1981 under the supervision of Professor ...
 
I am the creator of the Yass method. This is the only method designed to properly identify the cause of pain. It will replace the use of the MRI as the primary method for diagnosing the cause of pain. It has been used over 2 decades to properly treat patients suffering with chronic pain. I have stopped thousands from getting unnecessary surgeries and treated thousands of others who had surgery that did nothing to resolve their symptoms. It is time to get your life back! (www.mitchellyass.com)
 
Dr. Saif Ahmad our Podcast Editor brings you in-depth interviews with selected authors of papers published in recent editions of Clinical Oncology. The Clinical Oncology Podcasts aim to meet the people behind the science and gain their own unique perspective on the most important clinical and translational research which is impacting on the current treatment of cancer patients. Listen to these interviews on your chosen device at your convenience - commuting to work, at your desk, whilst out ...
 
Are you someone who likes to read books in a wide variety of genres, learn about topics such as finance, fitness, and food? Check out the Run with Chestnut podcast, where host Francesco and his motley group of friends tackle these subjects and more, with enthusiasm, humor, and a willingness to appear foolish in pursuit of their passions. They invite you to join them on their meandering journey.
 
Embark on your journey towards self-discovery through conversations on connecting to your power, navigating life using your intuition, and making a mark on this world. On the way, we will explore topics such as life purpose, manifestation, spirituality, mental health, content-creation, and more. In sharing these stories, we strengthen our rise.
 
The She Found Joy Podcast is dedicated to helping God's daughters walk in the fullness of who and whose they are. Join Lauren Gaskill, Rochelle Merrell and special guests as they share stories of how we can discover, live in and give the abundant life Jesus died to give us. Together, we can pursue and see His Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.
 
The LEVERTON Podcast showcases in-depth conversations with thought leaders across industries like real estate, accounting, retail etc. focusing on the cross-section between technology and data. This podcast is produced by LEVERTON, a technology service provider that uses Deep Machine Learning to extract data from corporate documents. LEVERTON is based out of Berlin, London, and New York. Please visit www.leverton.ai for more information.
 
"The one and only podcast for The Golden House Technology and Innovation Centre. Broadcasting from the heart of our state-of-the-art facility on the Isle of Wight". These six episodes were originally broadcast between September 2018 and January 2019. They were pulled from the internet shortly after. Each episode seems to contain a code of some kind... I'm reposting in the hope that someone can shed light on what happened here. I'll repost any clues to my Twitter (@ImogenShelfTest). [Fiction ...
 
Chiropractic Science gets the word out about chiropractic research. Chiropractors, patients and the public will learn about chiropractic research from the experts who are doing the research. You'll get the information in plain English, not through the media, nor a middleman. The podcast is also intended to motivate and assist the chiropractor and student to pursue research careers in chiropractic science!!!!
 
Join Erica and her former therapist and anxiety expert, Dr. Charles Barr (licensed clinical psychologist) as we walk alongside you on your anxiety journey. They've both suffered from and overcome anxiety and panic attacks and now they want to help you do the same! Because: You're NOT broken. You're NOT alone. You're on your way to living a life FREE of anxiety!
 
RMD Open is an online only Open Access journal that publishes high-quality peer-reviewed original research covering the full spectrum of musculoskeletal disorders, rheumatism and connective tissue diseases, including osteoporosis, spine and rehabilitation. Clinical and epidemiological research, basic and translational medicine, interesting clinical cases, and smaller studies that add to the literature are all considered. RMD Open is co-owned by EULAR and BMJ. http://rmdopen.bmj.com/ * The pu ...
 
In every episode we share valuable insights from systematic research and clinical guidelines, as well as advice from experts dedicated to helping people recover from chronic low back pain. My Back Recovery promotes evidence based treatment options, safe training and expert strategies to help you make smart decisions about your rehabilitation process.
 
Body has swallowed Professor Hallux’s keys to the fridge. He had heard Nurse Nanobot tell him that he needed more iron in his diet – and the keys were the first thing he came across, whoops! Join Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot as they explore the Imaging Department and the world of Radiology to find out where the keys are in Body’s body, and how to get them out!
 
This is MedTech True Quality Stories, hosted by Jon Speer, founder and VP of QA/RA at Greenlight Guru. Each week, we embark on a new storytelling journey with different MedTech executives as they share real-world, actionable best practices for medical device leaders. Listeners will gain invaluable insights into how these industry pioneers are successfully imagining, implementing, and improving True Quality medical devices.
 
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I just got off a telemedicine second opinion call with a runner who thought she had a stress fracture. She got an MRI. Then her doctor said she has “fraying” of several plantar plate ligaments. She wanted to know if this was serious. Part of the difficulty lies in determining the severity of plantar plate injury and making the call on when you can …
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.20.25437 The triangular fibrocartilage complex is a structure which is often associated with ulnar sided wrist pain. Injuries to this structure can result in displaced tears which have a characteristic appearance. Shrey Patel, MD discusses a new AJR article that describes characteristic MR…
 
In this episode, we discuss different job seeking tips for people who are blind. Francesco then gives some insight into getting an MRI during covid, as well as going to weddings and other events as a blind person. Reach out to us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @RunWithChestnut to give us any feedback, or future topic requests.…
 
This episode comes from a discussion I just had with a runner during a telemedicine visit. This person brought up a great idea that really seemed like it would make a great episode and something that' would be really helpful for you to understand. When you get injured, your goal is to actually recover as fast as possible and maintain your running f…
 
On this episode, we're just giving you a quick tip on how you can actually reduce some of the stress and strain on the plantar fascial ligament when you have plantar fasciitis and you want to keep running. Now everybody knows, if you stop running you're going to lose your running fitness. That's not really confusing. That's not hard to understand. …
 
Reduced Frustration? Check… More confidence in making decisions? Check... Lowered blood pressure? Check! A life free of anxiety? CHECK!!! These are just some of the surprising benefits that can come with doing breathing relaxation exercises on a regular basis. It’s why Dr. Barr and Erica encourage them on the show so much. We believe in the benefit…
 
The number one question I get on social media is can I run with this injury? So the problem with this is that whenever I get this question, whenever somebody says, "Can I run?" what's really never disclosed to me in that runners question is how bad is it? The thing that determines whether or not you can run is whether or not you can reduce the stre…
 
This week, with the northern hemisphere firmly in Spring and new growth bursting out all around us, we're talking about the science of seeds. Plus, in the news: the latest on the Astrazeneca COVID vaccine and blood clots, why UK plans to Covid test the population twice a week are flawed, and why beating their chests can save gorillas from fighting.…
 
Here it is, Dr. Barr's much love Relaxation Exercise. I can honestly say that this relaxation exercise changed my life! I can't overstate how important it is to practice relaxation. I know I used to try to pull out a relaxation exercise when I began to feel anxious, but the real secret is to practice relaxation when you're NOT feeling anxious. Get …
 
Is there any proof that you don't have to stop running when you get a metatarsal stress response in your foot? A lot of doctors and patients are really confused about the differences between a stress fracture and a stress reaction and a stress response in runners. A stress response is a normal physiologic response when you stress any tissue as a co…
 
Entrepreneur and life coach, Paul Shepherd, shares his journey in navigating jobs, running businesses, and experimenting with spiritual healing modalities to discover his true identity and purpose. After spending $500k+ on personal development, he learned that the answers lie within. We compare mainstream personal development advice versus personal…
 
When a runner gets an overtraining injury and goes to a doctor, the doctor’s only priority is healing the injured tissue. Most runners also think healing the injured tissue is the highest priority. Healing is not really a problem. All tissue will heal eventually, if you reduce the stress and strain enough to allow healing. The problem is healing an…
 
In this discussion, Dr. Michael Freeman talks about his research involving motor vehicle collisions, whiplash and forensic applications. Dr. Michael Freeman is a consultant in forensic medicine, and as such is a member of the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine (FFLM) of the Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom. He has provided expe…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.20.25417 For patients who have undergone prior lumpectomy for localized breast cancer, no clear guidelines exist regarding use of diagnostic or screening mammography for post-lumpectomy imaging surveillance. Amber Liles, MD, MPH dives into a recently published article which seeks to answer…
 
Meet the digital phenomenon that's worth in the trillions of dollars, that uses more power than the nation of Sweden, but that very few people - including those involved - even understand. Cryptocurrencies are notoriously complicated, the best way to understand how they work is to understand where they came from. In this programme: the history, the…
 
I just got off a telemedicine call with a runner who wanted to know why she sometimes feel popping and clicking in the ball of the foot after she runs. She saw a doctor and was diagnosed with a Morton's neuroma. The doctor gave her some metatarsal pads, which made the neuroma feel better. But she could not figure out why she seemed to only get this…
 
In Psalm 147:3, we are given a promise that our God is a God who "heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” Join Lauren and Rochelle as they talk about the importance of giving God full access to our hearts so we can embrace complete wholeness and healing in Him. When we allow Him to tear down lies we have believed about ourselves and bri…
 
One of my favorite podcasts is called The Not Your Average Runner Podcast. I recently sat down with Jill Angie, who hosts that show. Self-criticism heals no wounds! When you have an injury, and you have been training hard, it is very easy to beat yourself up. Jill is the best person to explain how we can take an injury and reframe it so we don’t be…
 
This month we kick off our fellowship review series with Dr Flavius Parvulescu, first year IR consultant at Royal Liverpool Hospital, who spent a year as an IR Clinical Fellow at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto from 2019-2020. We discuss his rationale for doing the fellowship, the application process (which begins two years in advance!), and his day…
 
Meet Erica (that's me!), a client of Dr. Barr's who was able to overcome her anxiety. Erica came to Dr. Barr, after many years of seeing different therapists with no success. In only a few weeks, though, she overcame her anxiety by utilizing the tools Dr. Barr gave her. Hear Erica’s personal story of how and when anxiety took hold of her life, as w…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Vasculitis Guidelines Podcast! In Episode 1, I interview Joyce Kullman, Executive Director of the Vasculitis Foundation, about collaborating with the ACR in updating these guidelines, and how patients with vasculitis will ultimately benefit from them. We discuss the complex process of updating these critical guid…
 
I get questions all the time on social media from people who want to know if they can run, and at the base of their question is really, how long does it take for some particular injury to heal? There's actually a wide variety of timelines on how long it takes for all of different injuries to different types of tissues to heal, even depending upon a…
 
As England embarks on a multi-billion pound healthcare redevelopment initiative, we're asking, "what should the hospital of the future look like?". Plus, we reflect on the recent UK Covid lockdown anniversary, and unpick a chromosomal conundrum in Question of the Week... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists…
 
This episode comes from a question sent in by an injured runner who was listening to the Doc On The Run Podcast. "I am 30 with medium arches. No prior injuries. 7 months ago I began having left med ankle pain at the calcaneal insertion. MRI confirmed a plantar fascia rupture of med cord. I was told to just ice and stretch. I have a distal 4th fract…
 
This episode comes from a question from one of the Doc On The Run YouTube channel viewers who wanted to know about “bilateral bipartite sesamoid bones” and what that really means. I get these kind of questions all the time, when somebody really wants to know what a term means, and what the implications are for them as a runner. Usually the runner i…
 
Meet Dr. Charles Barr, a licensed clinical psychologist, who has specialized in anxiety disorders since 1988. You may be thinking, "lots of people are psychologists," but what sets Dr. Barr apart is his own personal experience with anxiety and how he managed to overcome it. In this episode, you'll hear Dr. Barr's personal experience with a traumati…
 
This episode comes from a question from a runner, who wanted to know what it means when calf muscles are tight and you have metatarsal stress fractures. He wrote in and said, "Hey doc, I meant to inquire about stress fractures in the metatarsal joints and how you can tell. I have a friend who's experienced a stress fracture, and he says his calves …
 
Camille Martin, Registered Dietician and CEO of Love to Lose, joins me in discussing how to tune into one's intuition when exercising and eating, stop food from controlling us, develop a holistic lifestyle and reframe the way we speak to ourselves & our bodies. We touch on mindful eating, the emotional elements of digestion, cultural norms around m…
 
This week, 10 years on from the earthquake that caused the Fukushima disaster, we're looking at the science of earthquakes, new techniques to protect ancient buildings from quake damage, and are we any closer to predicting these awesome forces of nature? Plus in the news: Why countries across the EU stopped, and then restarted, using the AstraZenec…
 
I was just doing telemedicine visit with a runner who has a red, painful big toe joint. Gout is an accumulation of painful sharp crystals in the joint. Gout certainly can cause your big toe joint to become red, hot, swollen and painful. But gout is only one of three different conditions that might cause big toe joint pain. The pattern of redness ar…
 
Building on prior episodes, Kristi shares ways to be aware of and distill the information you are absorbing. As we grow and expand, it's natural to reach outside of ourselves for wisdom, teachings, Truths. Eventually, that path needs to lead back to the heart of the matter ... to inner discernment, resonance, and Knowing. Gain a better understandin…
 
The other day I was doing a telemedicine visit with a trail runner who asked me, "Which is better, soft or hard trail running shoes?" If you're thinking about getting some new trail running shoes, you have to really think about what's going to be best for you. When comes to how stiff or how soft the shoes should be depends upon three variables: You…
 
A runner with pain under the big toe joint said she was told she had a problem with the sesamoid bones in her foot. The doctor said maybe it was sesamoiditis, or a sesamoid stress reaction or possibly even a sesamoid stress fracture. Her question was, “What exactly are the sesamoid bones in the foot?” Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast, we're talk…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.20.25315 Giuseppe V. Toia, MD reviews a retrospective study exploring prognostic factors for patients with chemorefractory metastatic colorectal cancer treated with Y-90 radioembolization. The study emphasizes primary tumor location as a predictor of overall survival.…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.20.25207 Shrav Sridhar MD, discusses a retrospective study in which target-specific prostate cancer detection rate in a cohort of patients who underwent in-bore MRI biopsy was compared to the rate in a cohort of patients who underwent ultrasound-MRI fusion-guided biopsy.…
 
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.20.24918 Frederic J. Bertino, MD discusses a recent AJR article that investigates how to optimize the cores samples for in-gantry prostate MRI biopsy. It is suggested by this retrospective study that three cores from the dominant lesion achieves the “sweet spot” in balancing significant ca…
 
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