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Nicole Settimi, a manual osteopath and massage therapist, here on the One Body Wellness podcast, will throw condensed doses of health info at you. As well, she shares the mic with humans experiencing their own health concerns and trauma, and the impact it has on the human spirit to show just how resilient we truly are. Reminding you to inhale, exhale and find peace in your one body wherever you are.
 
For over a century the modern healthcare system has relied primarily on medications and surgery to treat most of the ailments patients face. While these advances have vastly increased our longevity and health, there are times when these treatments don’t work, or even worse, have unintended side effects or other consequences. Today, patients have become increasingly frustrated with these limitations and are looking for alternatives. Fortunately, osteopathic physicians have an alternative lite ...
 
The Words Matter Podcast brings you insights, reflections and conversations focused on the latest evidence, theory, philosophy and practice of communication-focused healthcare. Find out about the more tacit, 'softer' and personal side of clinical practice such as the role of philosophy, beliefs, behaviours, developing therapeutic relationships or the purposeful use of language with people experiencing pain from expert academics, clinicians and researchers from across the world and spanning t ...
 
Welcome to The Business of Being Well. If you're a hands-on practitioner who wants to grow a profitable business without working your life away, you're in the right place. So sit back, take a deep breath, and enjoy the show.
 
Subscribe to Inside Health Education if you plan on applying to medical, dental, or veterinary school! We guide you through the pre-health journey by connecting with the admissions experts, application support, and advisors who share first-hand insights. Each episode focuses on what you can do to prepare and build an application that gets noticed by schools. This podcast is produced and managed by the Texas Health Education Service in Austin, TX. You can reach us directly at podcast@txhes.co ...
 
Join natural health expert and experienced Osteopath, Nick Tofalos, as he talks to guests from all walks of life about wellbeing in the broadest sense. Hear from professional athletes, journalists, health professionals and those who have suffered first-hand from things such as mental health issues including anxiety and addiction. Nick Tofalos is also the co-founder of one of the UK's leading supplement companies; CBD One, ensuring some very interesting and useful conversations about this ama ...
 
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Student-Doctor Aubrey Ann Jackson bridges the gap between sophisticated doctor talk and over-simplified patient education to bring listeners of all backgrounds together to discuss whole body health and wellness. Through an osteopathic lens, First Line covers tangible ways to improve your health, hot topics in healthcare, the journey to becoming a physician, mental health, relationships, and even philosophy, all while holistically addressing the whole person: body, mind, and spirit. Support t ...
 
Applying to medical school can be a very complex and confusing process! All Access: Med School Admissions by Christian Essman, Senior Director of Admissions & Financial Aid at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, brings listeners into informative and entertaining conversations between admissions colleagues from medical schools across the US. Christian and his guests try to bring transparency to the medical school application process and help prospective appl ...
 
The podcast dedicated to delivering clinically relevant education to osteopaths. Each episode explores real clinical issues through interviews and discussion with top practitioners. Insight Osteopathy podcast is a professional development resource that is osteopathically relevant and draws on the wealth of knowledge we obtain in practice, as well as from experts in other disciplines. Creating a platform of collaborative learning to grow our clinical knowledge, better our practice and draw in ...
 
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Christal grew up in a small farming community in Southern Saskatchewan. As an avid athlete with her share of injuries, she had little assistance from the medical profession available to her in her small town so decided to study Athletic Therapy at Mount Royal College. She wanted not only to understand what was wrong and how to recover but how to pr…
 
We’re super excited to launch another 10 day online sugar detox! We’ve done plenty of other detoxes in the past so this is a natural progression that we’ve been wanting to do for awhile now! We’ll try to keep this information post as clear and as simple as possible. Where You don’t have to be anywhere in particular because this 10 Day Sugar Detox i…
 
Today I am using this space to talk about the relationship between our jaw and our hips. How could these structures possibly be connected and why is that even important? Health Topic: The Link Between the TMJ and our hip bones Tips from an Osteopathic Perspective: Be conscious of clenching your jaw, choose to do self massage techniques in your temp…
 
Well, people are eating dirt. Real expensive dirt, too. That’s where we’re at. There’s a multi-level marketing company that sells people dirt to eat. We’re doing a Sawbones about it, and it turns out that we actually think it’s a really cool and good idea! Eating pricey dirt goo, we mean. … No, no, it’s terrible. It’s all terrible.…
 
Off to picturesque New England to hear all about the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth from the Associate Dean for Admissions, Dr. Roshini Pinto-Powell. My conversation with her was incredibly enjoyable and you are sure to learn much about their curriculum and admissions process. If you find this podcast to be a helpful resource, RATE, REVIEW,…
 
Part 3 is here! We are finishing out the last two Cluster B personality disorders. Episodes do not need to be listened to in any particular order, but I highly recommend listening to Part 1 and 2 (whether it is before or after this one). Gain a deeper understanding of these heavily stigmatized disorders of Cluster B: Histrionic and Narcissistic per…
 
Will eating fat make me fat? This question comes up quite frequently. The haunting fear that eating fats will put fat on your body. This myth simply isn’t true. I can assure you that eating fats will not make you fat! There are a number of things that contribute to weight gain such as: eating low quality food like substances, overeating, lack of sl…
 
If you’ve seen a new smoothie shop or “Nutrition Club” open up in your area, take note: It may not be a smoothie store at all. This week on Sawbones, we explore the history of Herbalife and why this multi-level marketing weight loss company is opening smoothie shops with no smoothies for sale. CW: Discussion of dieting and weight loss Music: "Medic…
 
We're taking you back to Boston to hear from the Associate Dean for Admissions, Dr. Kristen Goodell, for the Boston University School of Medicine. BUSM is known for a lot of "firsts" in medicine and as a social justice medical school. If you find this podcast to be helpful resource, RATE, REVIEW, & SUBSCRIBE please! It helps others find it! Send me…
 
This week, the host of First Line (Aubrey Ann Jackson) discusses two of the personality disorders in Cluster B: antisocial and borderline. Cluster B is known as the dramatic and emotional cluster with emotional reactivity, poor impulse control, an unclear sense of identity, and possible aggression. Individuals with a Cluster B disorder have lives m…
 
From an incurable chronic illness and medical prognosis “He shouldn’t be able to walk, talk, amount to anything and be death six times by now” to an entrepreneur, award winning global inspirational speaker and victorious mindset mentor. Nathanael Zurbruegg’s purpose is to inspire people to live their extraordinary lives by developing their unlimite…
 
It’s back to school time which means it’s time to get back on track! As a nutrition and fitness company most people think our busiest time of year is in Jan, which isn’t the case. Our busiest time of year is Sept. And that’s because of the long summers of BBQ, not working and eating whatever we like. No judgement here, that’s just how it works. The…
 
*SPECIAL EPISODE* 'Tis the Interview Season and we're bringing you lessons learned from our first interview season that was conducted completely online. Hear reflections and advice from Dr. Lina Mehta, Associate Dean for Admissions, and Mr. Christian Essman followed by a compliation of Pro Tips from current first-year CWRU medical students who were…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Episode. As usual I want to start by thanking all of you that are supporting the podcast via Patreon, your contributions all add up and make these conversations possible. If you’d like to contribute you can visit Patreon.com/thewordsmatterpodcast – every little helps. So, we’re at the closing ceremony …
 
In the 1950s, Thalidomide was rolled out very quickly and what followed was a tragic story that highlighted perils of greed and hidden agendas. This week on Sawbones, Dr. Sydnee and Justin attempt to untangle this murky narrative, and highlight the doctor who heroically kept this disaster from claiming many more lives. Music: "Medicines" by The Tax…
 
It is estimated that 15% of the general population has at least one personality disorder. This week, we will be discussing the personality disorders in Cluster A: Paranoid Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder, and Schizotypal Personality Disorder. This is not only an interesting topic but one that is incredibly important, as personal…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast. As usual I want to start by thanking all of you that are supporting the show via Patreon, it really makes a difference - so thanks again. So after seven episodes exploring qualitative research and the value of it’s methodologies and methods, it’s now time to dismantle all of that and talk abou…
 
After many listener requests, I am thrilled to bring you the admissions team from Stanford Medicine! Dr. Iris Gibbs, the Associate Dean for MD Admissions, and Sri Vemparala, the Executive Director, discuss everything from their curricular innovations, research, leadership programs, & tips for their admissions process. If you find this podcast to be…
 
Prevention can start at any age. Whether you are completely healthy in your 20s or are in middle age with pre-existing chronic disease, it is never too early or too late to start leading a healthy life that enables you to live your life to the fullest. Let's talk about major causes of morbidity in the U.S. (also common worldwide). Injury and accide…
 
It always strikes me as odd when you see someone working out like a bodybuilder who doesn’t want to be a bodybuilder. If you want to look like a bodybuilder or if you want to compete in a fitness competition, sure you workout a certain way. But if you want to look lean and strong, you work out differently. Or if you want to increase the strength of…
 
There is no greater engineering challenge than to improve human health. You may have heard the saying: "If you want to go fast, go alone but if you want to go far, go together." Together the integration of Medicine and Engineering can take healthcare farther. Join Dr. Felix Morales from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Med…
 
Whether you are a medical student trying to figure out what is coming soon, a pre-med student trying to decide if medical school is the best route for you, or anyone else looking to learn more about the journey to becoming a doctor, then this is an episode for you! This episode is especially helpful for friends and family members of medical student…
 
Having gone through the experience of the poor health leading to the deaths of two husbands, as well as the deaths of her father, mother, sister, many family members and friends, Emily Thiroux Threatt has much experience in the grieving process and has learned to face life with love, optimism, and joy. https://youtu.be/8FZ6-O3flfs Emily has kept jo…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast. Thanks again to all of you that are supporting the podcast via Patreon – your support is making these episodes and this qualitative research series possible. And you can visit the Patreon here if you’d like to support the show. So, we’re up to episode seven of this qualitative research series,…
 
Let's talk about improving longevity at any age! It's never too early or too late to take charge of your life. Specifically, part 1 focuses on preventing cardiovascular disease, including hypertension and heart disease, which is the leading cause of death according to the CDC. Cardiovascular disease is heavily influenced by lifestyle choices includ…
 
Hard gainers is a real thing, and it’s a real struggle. Most people don’t know about hard gainers because much of the world is surrounded by people trying to lose weight. So what’s a hard gainer? It’s someone who has trouble keeping weight on, including muscle mass. Particularly important to men, athletes but exclusively. Men and women in all walks…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast. Again, I want to start by thanking all of you that are supporting the podcast via Patreon – its hugely appreciated and keeps the episodes flowing. So we have reached episode 6 of the qualitative series, flying high above the different methodologies and occasionally landing to get a deeper sens…
 
Health Topic: Seasonal Allergies What is it?: Irritation and immune responses from environmental factors such as trees, grass and weeds. Symptoms: Congestion, runny nose, loss of smell, itchy eyes and sneezing. Causes and Risk Factors: Trees, grass and weeds, specifically pollen. Tips from an Osteopathic Perspective: Ways to help support lymph and …
 
Charlie Hartwell is the Managing Partner of Bridge Builders Collaborative, a group of highly successful investors who have been investing in start-up companies in the space of mental health, consciousness, and spirituality. Some of their investments include Pear Therapeutics, Insight Timer, Headspace, and Happify Health. A Harvard Business Scholl g…
 
Naloxone is known as the “life-saving drug,” since it can bring someone back from an opiate overdose. Dr. Sydnee goes through the history of this hero drug, how it works, and the recent struggle of keeping it accessible in some communities. Check out the Free Naloxone Day Fundraiser: Bit.ly/SawbonesNaloxone Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers…
 
How to Beat the Heat is something we all consider during the hot summer months…or something we all should consider. Sun burns are not just detrimental to our health in short term but in longer term as well. It always surprises me when I see people flaunting their sun burns like it’s something to be proud of. What I’m most proud of is when I get thr…
 
The risk of burnout is very high for those of us who work in helping professions. The risk is even higher if you work in a healthcare setting. Most of the research available in Pubmed is limited to people who work in medicine as the subjects of the studies. But we know through lived experience that burnout can effect, educators, parents, and more. …
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast. I’ll again start by thanking all of you that support the show via Patreon – it really makes these conversations possible, and it's fantastic to see a growing community of researchers, students and practitioners support the show and find value in the episodes. If you’d like to show your support…
 
Questions about entering coursework into the application have been among the most commonly asked this cycle. Join the TMDSAS Communications Specialist, Zuleima Melendez, as she breaks down the process and helps you finish this section of the application. Links referenced: TMDSAS Application Handbook: https://www.tmdsas.com/PLAN/references/applicati…
 
Health Topic: Lyme disease What is it?: A bacterial infection caused by black-legged ticks Symptoms: Symptoms can be varied and complex and include physical and cognitive issues Causes and Risk Factors: Black legged tick Diagnosis and Treatment: Antibiotics and treating symptoms Tips from an Osteopathic Perspective: As a manual osteopath, I am goin…
 
Dr. Aaron Hartman is a Functional Medicine Doctor and a Physician which is why he's also a clinical researcher for Pfizer and the Covid Vaccine.In this show we talk about in his opinion who should be taking the vaccine, if it's safe for kids, the mandating and encouraging of vaccines, social pressure and more.https://youtu.be/wM8_N_sYV0MThis is an …
 
IN THIS EPISODE, WE COVER: The effects of the energy that we create around our money and finances Mindset patterns that come up when we think about tax season and how these feelings may be limiting you financially The Drama Triangle and its relationship to your taxes and money Tips for shifting the next tax season from chaos to calm How Entrepreneu…
 
We recorded this episode live on the Joco Cruise 2020, where Dr. Sydnee dissects the medicine mentioned in the songs of Jimmy Buffett. What is recommend for “Island Fever”? What should Mr. Buffett be concerned about when eating that “Cheeseburger in Paradise”? And do the lyrics of “Frenchmen for the Night” mean he may have Jumping Frenchmen of Main…
 
Can you imagine what it would be like to practice because you want to, not because you have to? How would you show up differently for your patients or clients? Would you be less in a rush and more present with them? Would they feel more heard in your office? Even if you can’t imagine what it would be like to practice because you want to (instead of…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast. I want to give a huge thanks to the people that support the show via Patreon, I couldn’t do this without you – so thanks again. So, in we’re into the fourth episode of the Qualitative Research Series, and today I’m with Dr Victoria Clarke about thematic analysis. Victoria is an Associate Profe…
 
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