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About IBD

Amber J Tresca

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About IBD focuses on issues vital to people living with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis (collectively known as inflammatory bowel disease). Patients, physicians, and caregivers give their opinions and advice on a variety of topics including nutrition, treatments, mental health, family dynamics, and sexuality as it relates to living with IBD.
 
The Beautiful Bag is a Podcast for anyone who is in an Ostomy, may have to be in one and those that want to learn more about what life is like living in one. Each week I will be hosting a guest, sharing a story or educating you on what it is all about. I am happy to have you here!
 
Rewarding Conversations with interesting humans. What does that mean? Well, sometimes I will do solo or Rambling shows about my thoughts on various topics and sometimes I will bring in guests for some incredible conversations. Nothing is off the table. I cannot wait to meet you all and have some good chats! This is your space to have your voice heard and I look forward to connecting with you all!! Reach out if you are interested in being on my show! Email: rewardingconversations@gmail.com IG ...
 
The Bowel and Bladder Matters Podcast is brought to you by Coloplast® Professional. We believe clinician education related to ostomies and continence, as well as your professional growth and development, matters. Bowel and bladder issues impact the lives of those you care for. We are pleased to bring you more education about these conditions. Join us in conversations with thought leaders to gain insights about ostomies, continence and professional growth and development. Together, let’s expl ...
 
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Stephanie Lancaster

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Welcome to On The air, a podcast for individuals interested in learning about the profession of occupational therapy. Through interviews and dialogue on each episode of the show, we will explore topics, exchange ideas, become better informed, and gain a dose of inspiration as we talk about topics and ideas related to the field of OT.
 
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Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI) We provide a week long comprehensive course in skin and wound management for LPN/RN/PT/PTA/MD/PA Upon completion of the course, those qualified candidates can sit for a national certification exam, and become a WCC (Wound Care Certified). WCC's are the largest Wound Care Certified group in the United States.
 
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I loved talking with Alannah-Jayne on this weeks episode! We get into some intense topics such as her multiple chronic illnesses, being pregnant, mental health, becoming stronger, family and a great Q&A. IG: @glitterygutsx My Info... Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewardingconversations@gmail.com…
 
Working out & yoga, women empowerment, health & nutrition, getting your mind right, and Intuitive eating! All things we talk about in today’s podcast with the amazing Nina Hayes! If you have ever wondered or worried about the quiet yoga studio and your ostomy acting up, or learning more about proper nutrition, or even traveling with an ostomy, you …
 
What a phenomenal conversation with Tash & Marthe! We get into so many amazing topics which includes their incredible meet story, risking it all to be together, navigating love during a pandemic, relationship compromises, travel, social media and a really lovely Q&A!! IG: @_breakingthedistance My Info... Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conver…
 
Kya’s story started as a teenager and was definitely a wild ride for a few years! She went from having an Ostomy to a j-pouch, then while she was pregnant with her first child, had surgery for an Ostomy. She is such an inspiration and has so much courage speaking on this and helping others so that they are not afraid to ask questions and talk about…
 
How do your pets help you with your IBD? I speak to Meredith Mangold, "The Bowel Battling Badass,” about the role her dogs have played in her life. She became seriously ill with ulcerative colitis, which progressed into a rare complication called toxic megacolon. As her journey with IBD progressed, she eventually needed colectomy surgery, and has s…
 
Such a great conversation with Lacey today! We deep dive into how she got into burlesque, her background in special effects make-up, living in Pittsburgh, dealing with audiences while performing, anxiety, the pandemic and a hilarious Q&A!! IG: @dame_the_jane My Info... Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewardingconversation…
 
Angie is a special guest because she is actually our first guest that was pregnant when she had her early stages of Ulcer Colitis! And shortly after giving birth to her son, she had to have a life-saving surgery which resulted in having an Ostomy and she has had one for 39 years! Angie also plays a huge part in our Ostomy community, just being ther…
 
In this episode of Words on Wounds, Dr. Woo welcomes the new president of the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel, Dr. Padula. Together, they discuss how the NPIAP is working ahead to stay on top of industry trends. Their wide-ranging discussion includes the efforts to improve accessibility of the 2019 Clinical Practice Guideline via a new mobi…
 
Such a great conversation with Jordyn who is a Trans man. He shares his life journey with me which covers everything from social media, his transition, owning a business, living in Austin and an eye opening Q&A! IG: @jojopollack My Info... Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewardingconversations@gmail.com…
 
I sat down with Meghan this week to answer some questions many of you may have or have been wondering. Can I really work out!? The answer my friends is YESS!! The number one reason I think why you need to work out with or without an Ostomy is so that YOU CAN FEEL GOOD!!! Moving your body feels so good, and you will feel so much better mentally and …
 
In this interview, Cheryl Carver of the APWCA interviews Dr. Jeffrey Levine about his new article, Wound Care Consultation in Postacute/Long-term Care: Characteristics and Practice Implications. They discuss the study’s unique findings; how COVID-19 has altered the wound care landscape, perhaps forever; and the realities and requirements of care ac…
 
Here with the fourth entry of my Rambling Series with one of the best humans I know, Sean! We talk about nerd culture, high school/college experiences, him coming out as gay, movies we love, supporting local business, our love of wings, a really wonderful Q&A and a whole lot more!! My Info... Podcast: Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversat…
 
From super healthy, to waking up with intense pain from a kidney stone, to finding cancer within such a short period of time at the beginning of 2020. Tom’s life changed dramatically with 1 visit to the ER. He had stage 3 cancer that required him to get a Urostomy and a Colostomy, completely changing his life. But with the support of his wife and c…
 
I learned so much during my conversation with Mason about his life as an autistic man who also has Crohn's Disease. We talk about his diagnosis, daily complications, personal growth, understanding Autism, differences between the UK & USA and a great Q&A!! IG: @advocate_for_crohns My Info... Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email:…
 
Dr. Amy Hester, Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of HD Nursing, LLC, speaks with Dr. Kevin Woo about her work in injury and fall prediction and prevention. The topics include preventing pressure injuries using the Braden-Hester Pressure Injury Prevention Program, and the Braden Scale acquisition and licensing process. For more information or …
 
Did you know that someone with an Ostomy has to stay more hydrated than someone without one? This is because our intestines pull out water from our food to keep us hydrated. But with an Ostomy. the food skips this step. This means, our body is not pulling the same amount of water from the food. This is why it is so important for someone with an Ost…
 
What a great conversation with Kaiden! We get into all kinds of interesting topics including being a non-binary trans masc person, love, family, social media, trans education, how to support each other and as always, a really fun Q&A!! IG: @kaiden.blu My Info... Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewardingconversations@gmail…
 
This was a fun one because I already know Leah! She is a very talented actor and performer in the Cleveland area who I have worked with directly. We discuss her process, education, backstory, favorite films and a whole lot more!! Leah Harper... IG: @leah_simply_life My Info... Podcast: Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewa…
 
The back to school period is already a time of so much change but once again in this pandemic, parents and school systems are also facing difficult choices. The experiences of families during the pandemic has been diverse, which means that individual needs need to be addressed. But how do we manage that? Dr Brad Jerson Pediatric Psychologist in the…
 
I always get asked, aren't you afraid of a hernia, aren't you afraid of something happening in your ostomy? When it comes to working out with an Ostomy. And to be honest.. I have never been worried about!! I just don't think about it! Before I ran, weight trained did HIIT workouts and after I had my Ostomy, I have slowly been getting back into all …
 
As part of the American Professional Wound Care Association’s celebrations for their 20th anniversary, Tarun Kunwar, Associate Digital Editor for Advances in Skin & Wound Care, sits down with some of the Association’s leadership to discuss the milestone and the various efforts the organization is making on behalf of wound care.…
 
I was always a beach bum and rocked a bikini. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But in the last 5 years after having my Ostomy, there were definitely times that I didn't feel so confident wearing a bikini to the beach or pool. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It has taking me a few years to not compare myself to others or worry about what others may think or questions they may ask. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ So…
 
This is the second part of my conversation with Kathleen Nicholls, author of "Go Your Crohn Way: A Gutsy Guide to Living with Crohn's Disease” and "My Flare Lady: A Handbook for Today's (Diseased) Dame.” Hear the first part in Episode 97, where Kathleen tells us about her Crohn’s disease diagnosis and how blogging became the way she processes her d…
 
Loved talking with Taylor about her experience coming out as gay and how that changed her life. We also get into how she met her partner, Susannah, buying a home, planning a wedding, traveling, faith, social media and a really fun Q&A!! IG: @taylorraedillard My Info... YouTube: Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewardingcon…
 
At birth, Nikki’s parents were basically told by doctors that because of her family history, they should be watchful of her health. She immediately as a baby could not tolerate dairy and always had stomach issues. And as she got older, it was apparent that she would inherit the same UC issues her family had. For years Nikki struggled with painful U…
 
Such a wonderful conversation with Holly! We got into her passions, hopes and experiences in being an advocate for the Autistic, Nuerodivergent and Mental Health communities being an autistic woman herself. *AC comes on in the background occasionally...this is what happens when you do things authentically haha IG: @holly_coyne @youthofpathstone My …
 
This woman is miraculous! She has had both of her bags since she was 3 years old after a rare form of childhood cancer required her to get a Colostomy as well as a Urostomy. After years of being apprehensive to share her story, she finally realized that she had to talk to others about her journey and raise awareness of what it was to have an Ostomy…
 
Life with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) brings challenges and many life changes but it can also sometimes bring unexpected opportunities. Kathleen Nicholls, author of "Go Your Crohn Way: A Gutsy Guide to Living with Crohn's Disease” and "My Flare Lady: a handbook for today's (diseased) dame” was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in her 20s. She sta…
 
Back with the second episode of my Rambling Series where I have an in-person chat with someone and just let the conversation go wherever it goes. Loved talking to Brandon about work, proposal stories, overcoming fears, favorite foods and D&D! My Info... YouTube: Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewardingconversations@gmail…
 
Jamey Schrier, PT, is an author, former physical therapy practice owner, and founder of Practice Freedom U. PFU solely focuses on helping practice owners work less, earn more, and reignite their passion for patient care. His book, The Practice Freedom Method has been an Amazon best-seller. Jamey is on a mission to help ambitious practice owners ach…
 
Kevin was a healthy 28-year-old who loved to work out and was working on his black belt in jujitsu. Then all of a sudden he became really ill. He chalked it up as his IBS but when the symptoms got worse and worse he knew it was something else. He got to the point where he could not eat, he was sick all day long, and he could feel his body slowly sh…
 
First episode of my Rambling Series where I have an in-person chat with someone and just let the conversation go wherever it goes. Had a blast talking to my buddy Carlos as we dig into his Puerto Rican descent, amateur golf background, becoming a sports writer and the battle of fast foods! Twitter: @carlostoromedia My Info... YouTube: Rewarding Con…
 
In this week's episode, I speak with guest Erica Olson. We talk about: - Being a Crohns warrior at 14 - Not keeping weight on - Getting her life back - Going from only laying on the couch to doing/being Buring man, fire spinning, Burlesque, sky diving, and more. Also the BEST bag leak story I have heard yet! Follow me on Instagram @leeannehayden or…
 
Great conversation with Amanda about her journey as a wife, business operator, friend and advocate all from a wheelchair. She is an inspiration to me and I think she will be to you as well. Please check out her IG accounts and all the amazing work she is doing with Next Step in Orlando! https://www.nextstepfitness.org/about-nextstep-orl Donate Here…
 
In this week's episode, I speak with guest and new friend Darlene, we discuss: - Finding out you have Cancer - Becoming a new ostomate and going through chemo/radiation during Covid - having a great attitude - being open to work-family, family, and friends about what is going on - Talking to your employer - "I am not going to be crippled by this" Y…
 
In this recording, Elizabeth Faust, MSN, CRNP, CSWS, CWOCN-AP, DAPWCA, of the American Professional Wound Care Association interviews three leaders of the World Council of Enterostomal Therapists (WCET) on their recent article about the International Ostomy Guideline 2020. The discussion includes the inception of the guideline, the extensive work t…
 
The patient advocacy space is lacking the voices of men and especially men of color. The result is that the IBD community is not diverse enough to provide the kind of support that they need. Jordan McConnell, the founder of Crohn’s Veteran, is looking to change the dynamics of the online IBD space. Jordan served in the military and was eventually d…
 
I had such a wonderful conversation with Nadia of Beyond Discovery Coaching. We discuss her backstory, how she became a career coach, LGBTQ+ experiences, traveling abroad and what life has been like helping others during a pandemic. IG: @nadiaibrahim_taney www.beyonddiscoverycoaching.com My Info... YouTube: Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_con…
 
Hailey Scandin is a third-year student in the Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. She is currently in her final semester of OT school and is working on completing her Capstone project with Ability App. Hailey has always had an interest in advocating for individuals with disabilities and is looking forward t…
 
In this episode of Words on Wounds, Dr. Kevin Woo interviews Dr. Pelin Basim, the author of an article in our June ostomy-themed issue titled A Qualitative Analysis of Ostomy-Related Patient Education Videos on YouTube. Together, they discuss the pros and cons of online versus in-person patient education, individual learning styles, and how provide…
 
In this week's episode, I speak with guest Bruce Levinson, we discuss: - finding out you have cancer - going from eating poorly to studying everything you can about health and healthy eating - complications that change your life and your marriage - Marriage - Your mind, body and soul You can find Bruce on FaceBook Connect with me on Instagram @leea…
 
What is the next innovation in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)? Is it the microbiome? Stem cells? Or, is it the emerging field of bioelectric medicine? IBD is a complicated disease to treat and can bring complications and other, related conditions. The problem is the immune-mediated nature of the disease and how it affects the ent…
 
What a chat with YouTube competitive food eater and fitness nut, Katina Eats Kilos!! We get into her backstory and how she went from a chunky kid to a fitness competitor and eventually made her way to competitive eating where she has gained hundreds of thousands of followers. IG: @katinaeatskilos YouTube: Katina Eats Kilos My Info... YouTube: Rewar…
 
Had such a amazing conversation with Calli as we discussed her background, meeting her wife, raising a family with two autistic children and being a Nurse in a time of worldwide crisis. IG: @cjayriley My Info... YouTube: Rewarding Conversations IG: rewarding_conversations Email: rewardingconversations@gmail.com…
 
How does a shy and anxiety ridden woman end up as being regarded as one of the best Burlesque performers in the world?? Check out my conversation with Hazel Honeysuckle to find out! Her Kickstarter is finishing up today so check it out to get a last minute deal on some incredible work she is producing!! IG: @hazelhoneysuckle Kickstarter: https://ww…
 
In this week's episode, I speak with my new friend Megan, we discuss: - being born prematurely - having 2 ostomy surgeries - eating healthy and finding your foods after surgery - having a supportive spouse - finding confidence you never knew you had after surgery You can find Megan on Instagram @l_ostomy_life_and_loving_it Connect with me on Instag…
 
Mike has been living with two ostomies since 2009. In this podcast he discusses how he adapted to being a double ostomate. Guest Bio Mike is a double ostomate, due to a stage 4 colorectal cancer diagnosis in the fall of 2008. Mike recently retired and spends his free time golfing, playing tennis, biking and traveling. Mike and his wife are actively…
 
Susan Mahipaul is an occupational therapist, an educator, a researcher, and a disability and health naviagator and advocate who completed a PhD from McMaster University in Hamilton, ON in Rehabilitation Science (2015) and a clinical Master’s in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto (2004). She identifies as a disabled clinician and a …
 
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