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The Married to Doctors podcast pushes away the stereotypical "doctor-wife" image and is a space where people from all different backgrounds can find a community, explore solutions and share stories about the unique challenges that come from being in a relationship where medicine often feels like the extra partner. We discuss loneliness, debt, communication, romance, moving, parenting and more. The host of Married to Doctors is Lara McElderry, a trauma surgeon's wife, who has been navigating ...
 
The coronavirus is now a global pandemic. How did we get here? What went wrong? What do we do about it now? In season 2, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, a physician and former city health commissioner, will keep you updated on what you need to know about COVID-19, what led us to this crisis in the first place, and what policies can lead us out. New episodes of America Dissected: Coronavirus every Tuesday & Friday.
 
Dr. Karen Wolfe is an Australian physician with a mission. She is the leading voice to discern how to use the massive amounts information in the field of nutrition, mind/body medicine and functional medicine. Dr Karen will offer you strategies and plans to take your health to the next level. With scientifically sound principles, she will offer tips, motivation and inspiration to support your total health and wellness.Learn more about her work at http://drkarenwolfe.org/
 
Unclouded is your pocket wellbeing companion. This podcast is for those times when you need to cope with stress, sort out the clutter of your mind and find focus and happiness in the challenges of everyday life. Offering tips and techniques for mindful living, and easy to do exercises and meditations, Unclouded features Dr. Barry Kerzin and is recorded from a variety of locations around the world. Barry is a physician and Buddhist Monk who, when he isn’t travelling with his work, lives in Dh ...
 
Healthcare is changing but is it for the better? In this podcast, you'll hear discussions about the healthcare system, its problems, possible solutions, and stories from leading physicians and experts in healthcare. Healthcare is more complex than the sound bites we hear. The changes, and possible solutions, will have wider impact than the sound bites you hear. Join us as we strive to Survive Healthcare
 
Whether you are in a private practice, employed by a hospital or corporate business, the financial matters, tax planning, employee management, and health-care compliance have become monumental tasks and concerns. The Business Management Show’s objective is provide you with information that will help you manage your business and lead your team so that you can better care for your patients and your family. The insight of the industry experts on this show will bring practical, indispensable, in ...
 
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Why do we fall in love? How do we feel the most love? In episode 156, Lara discusses the 3 types of friendship according to the philosopher, Aristotle. She also includes some examples from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice! She has made some worksheets to help you consider why you love and how you express love to your partner. You can download them…
 
Abdul talks about the COVID19 surge we’re facing right now. Then he interviews Shaniqua McClendon, Crooked Media’s Political Director, and Stephen Pierson at Swing Left, about how the pandemic is changing the nature and tactics of campaigns, and how they’re organizing through it to Get out the Vote. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastch…
 
Personal and professional growth is not accidental. Join me for an impactful conversation with Dr. Stephen Franson about the 4 Seasons of Practice. He is an expert in communication, systems, and processes. This is a must listen! Episode Highlights- Learn more at The Remarkable Practice and The TRP Facebook Group We help you automate the marketing o…
 
This episode is packed full of information on the power of coaching and shares the experience of one pediatrician and doc-wife turned full-time business owner. Looking for a certain episode? Grab the podcast directory at this link. It is beautiful and organized :) If you want to participate in our next group call, come join the Facebook Group for m…
 
This systematic review assessed the care recommendations for patients with low back pain visiting primary care practice and emergency departments between 2000-2019. They discovered that many of the care recommendations were inconsistent with the latest evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. Episode Highlights- What is usual care for low back …
 
What counts as contemplative practices in Hinduism? What can Hindu Studies offer Contemplative Studies as a discipline? Contemplative Studies in Hinduism: Meditation, Devotion, Prayer, and Worship (Routledge, 2020), edited by Rita D. Sherma and Purushottama Bilimoria, explores diverse spiritual and religious Hindu practices to grapple with meditati…
 
Choosing a medical specialty can be an interesting process for couples to navigate. Here are just a few of the questions they face: Questions Couples Face When One is Choosing a Medical Specialty What specialty do they enjoy? What are the job prospects in that field? Are their test scores competitive? Where would they need to live if they completed…
 
In this episode of Critical Matters, we will discuss mechanical ventilation.Our guest is Dr. Eduardo Mireles-Cabodevila, a practicing pulmonary critical care physician and Director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit at the Cleveland Clinic. His areas of clinical interest are critical care medicine, application of mechanical ventilation, acute and c…
 
This week we review a study which breaks down the mechanism of action (or neurophysiological effects) of a chiropractic adjustment. Episode Highlights- Neurophysiological effects of spinal manipulation We help you automate the marketing of your chiropractic practice- The Smart Chiropractor Our members use research to GROW their practice. Are you in…
 
Loneliness is a human experience that most of us face at some point in our lives. Relocating. Self-Isolation. Separating from our families and our best friends-- our emotional support systems. All of this can leave us feeling really lonely. But should life change be a prerequisite for loneliness? It doesn't have to be. The truth is, we all contribu…
 
Today I interview Carly Israel about her bold new memoir, Seconds and Inches (Jaded Ibis Press). In the opening sentence of her introduction, Israel writes, “My last name, Israel, means one who wrestles with God. And wrestling is all I know.” And that description gives us a sense of Israel’s book. It’s not a mere recollection, but a reckoning, one …
 
This week is the 250th episode of The EBC Podcast! In it, I have a big giveaway and I break down the 5 most important things I've learned over the past 5 years of podcasting. Episode Highlights- We help you automate the marketing of your chiropractic practice- The Smart Chiropractor Our members use research to GROW their practice. Are you intereste…
 
Are you having trouble getting a good night’s sleep? Science and research indicate that sleep is the foundation for our physical and mental health. My guest, Drew Ackerman started a unique podcast for people suffering with sleeplessness. Whether it’s stress, chronic pain, or a hectic work schedule Drew Ackerman is helping his listeners relax and ta…
 
Addiction occurs among physicians at the same rate as in the general population, about 10%. Unlike the general population, however, an intensive rehabilitation program, geared specifically for their profession, vastly improves their chances of finding long-term sobriety. Over 70% of these physicians will be clean and sober-and practicing medicine-f…
 
The surgical machine is being fed by primary care physicians. The amount of MRI's that are ordered, and the subsequent referrals to surgeons is almost unbelievable. Discover the stats and how you can take action on this weeks episode. Episode Highlights- Patterns of care after magnetic resonance imaging of the spine in primary care We help you auto…
 
Sue Stuart-Smith, who is a distinguished psychiatrist and avid gardener, offers an inspiring and consoling work about the healing effects of gardening and its ability to decrease stress and foster mental well-being in our everyday lives. The garden is often seen as a refuge, a place to forget worldly cares, removed from the “real” life that lies ou…
 
There are some things in life we don’t want to feel good about. Yet, when we have a loved one suffering we often say, “I just wish they felt better.” The problem with this thought (as lovely as it sounds) is now they don’t feel good AND we feel sad because they feel sad. We’ve actually increased the sadness or anxiety instead of lessening it. In th…
 
Abdul reflects on the way that COVID-19 has changed so much of the fabric of our lives, especially our relationship with music. He talks to Zola Jesus, a singer/songwriter about how COVID19 has impacted her and her life, as well as Anthony Fantano, host of The Needle Drop, about how it’s shaping the industry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
This incredible study looked at the results of chiropractic or surgery for people struggling with sciatica due to a lumbar disc herniation. The results may surprise you! Episode Highlights- Manipulation or microdiskectomy for sciatica? A prospective randomized clinical study We help you automate the marketing of your chiropractic practice- The Smar…
 
In medical marriages, we often have great expectations. Great expectations of medicine, and honestly, great expectations of each other. Although these expectations might be similar for other couples, the prioritizing and importance may differ. A healthy and functioning relationship requires a sense of working harmoniously, including the behaviors d…
 
Hello, hello! Lara here. You've made it to Season 2 of the Married to Doctors podcast! I’m grateful that you decided to join me on this journey. Thank you for being with me as I tell all, spill hard secrets, and share ideas that hopefully spark healthier habits for an emotionally and physically healthier you. When I started on my own medical marria…
 
In this episode of Critical Matters, we will take a deep dive into the topic of corticosteroids in COVID-19 ARDS.Our guest is Todd Rice, MD, an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Rice is an accomplished physician-scientist focused on research in patients wit…
 
Abdul reflects on the way that the Trump administration has simply ceded public health to politics. He then interviews Dr. Howard Koh, a lead public health official in the Obama administration, about what a functional Department of Health & Human Services would be doing right now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The challenges associated with e-learning are a huge opportunity for you to teach and invite in your community to stimulate new patients. Discover the latest research, talking points, and action steps you can take today! Episode Highlights- We help you automate the marketing of your chiropractic practice- The Smart Chiropractor Our members use rese…
 
Yehoshua November's second poetry collection, Two Worlds Exist (Orison Books), movingly examines the harmonies and dissonances involved in practicing an ancient religious tradition in contemporary America. November's beautiful and profound meditations on work and family life, and the intersections of the sacred and the secular, invite the reader--r…
 
How would you like to experience your life? It’s an intriguing question, and yet we’ve been conditioned to believe our life visions and goals are often unattainable—until now. With The Possibility Principle: How Quantum Physics Can Improve the Way You Think, Live, and Love (Sounds True, 2017), psychotherapist Mel Schwartz offers a revolutionary app…
 
Abdul speaks with an American who just moved to New Zealand about the different approaches to COVID19 in both countries, and then interviews Allison Carlson, managing director, and Fouad Pervez, senior quantitative and policy analyst, of Foreign Policy Analytics about their COVID19 Global Response Index. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podc…
 
It's common to hear pops and cracks during a chiropractic manipulation/adjustment. This study looked at why this phenomenon occurs, and it's clinical implications. Episode Highlights- CAVITATION SOUNDS DURING CERVICOTHORACIC SPINAL MANIPULATION We help you automate the marketing of your chiropractic practice- The Smart Chiropractor Our members use …
 
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