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The Future of Medicine Podcast
38 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Making A Comeback After 50
It’s completely possible to reclaim a better, more rewarding quality of life after 50! Whether you’re approaching the Big 5-0 or you’re already past it, this episode breaks down what you need to reclaim the vitality and joy that society says you should have already lost.
29 minutes | May 6, 2021
Hacking Your Health: A Guide to Wearable Health Tech for Modern Executives
Long gone are the days of using only a scale to measure your health progress! In this episode, I’m diving into one of the hottest topics in all of health: wearable health technology. Learn how wearable health tech is changing everything we thought we knew about health tracking, data, and treatment and allowing us to make critical decisions about our health based on real-time data.
51 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
How to Break Free From the Toxic Effects of Regret with Dr. Brian Hooper, LCPT
I’m excited to welcome back my dear friend, Dr. Brian Hooper, for another insightful discussion about the human mind and the path to wholeness. I couldn’t ask for a better partner to launch into an exploration of regret and the journey to become your most authentic self. Even very successful people experience struggles and regret. I hope these strategies can help point you in the right direction to tackle lingering issues and festering wounds.
28 minutes | Aug 6, 2020
The Most Underrated Human Emotion
What brings you joy? Your job? Your spouse? Your hobbies? Your kids? Maybe all of them, and maybe even more. So why is achieving joy difficult? When we take an honest audit of our lives, why does joy seem so elusive, like it’s always hiding just around the next corner? Joy rarely falls out of the sky and into your lap. It’s up to you to take an audit of your life and ask yourself: Where can I find more joy? In this episode, Jen and I will show you how to do just that.
50 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
Recovering from Quarantine
Every traumatic event, big or small, triggers an unexpected shift in life. In this episode, my nurse practitioner, Jennifer Justus, and I identify three core strategies that support successful recovery from a traumatic event - like quarantining in the solitude of your house for 90 days!
42 minutes | May 28, 2020
Executive Physicals 101
One of the most common questions I receive from patients is: What exactly is an executive physical? To understand executive-level physicals, we need to reframe what you already know about the typical annual exam. In this episode, Jen and I discuss the key components that make these two types of exams unique and the 5-step framework we use with our executive physical clients.
43 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
Understanding Your Cholesterol Health
Heart attacks are the number one killer among people, and yet, so little is understood about a main factor of cardiovascular disease — cholesterol. In fact, most people are confused about what cholesterol actually means in terms of your overall health. Join my talented partner, Jen Justus, and I as we dispel the myth around fats making you fat, what cholesterol numbers you should be looking at but aren't, and the seven steps you can take to regain control of your cholesterol health.
49 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
How Intermittent Fasting Eliminates Decision Fatigue
Have you ever felt completely overwhelmed by the sheer amount of decisions you have to make in a single day? You’re not alone. My trusted partner and Nurse Practitioner, Jen Justus, returns to the show to break down the real impact decision fatigue is having on your life, the three restrictions levers you can manage your health with and the one life change that will eliminate the majority of your decisions.
51 minutes | Feb 27, 2020
Why Women Should Lift Weights: A Discussion with Brandi Binkley
The majority of women approach resistance training with hesitancy or downright skepticism. Which is exactly why Brandi Binkley is joining me in this episode – to discuss the compelling reasons that women should lift weights! As a veteran in the exercise and wellness industry, Brandi understands weight training inside and out. If you’re curious about why women should lift weights or you’re ready to launch into a new strength and conditioning workout routine, Brandi is the trainer you want in your corner.
72 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
How to Take Control of Your Heart Health with Dr. Furrukh Malik, MD
Why does cardiac disease seem to be showing up earlier and more significantly than it has historically? And what can you do to reduce your risk of heart disease? In this episode, Invasive Cardiologist, Dr. Furrukh Malik, addresses the state of cardiac health in America, how to access cardiac risk and stress and the steps you can take towards optimal heart health,
67 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
Fasting 2.0: A Quick-Start Guide to Intermittent Fasting with Zane Griggs
Continuing the conversation from our most popular episode to date, fitness coach, Zane Griggs dives into his best practices for those who want the hows of intermittent fasting. From cheat days to your morning coffee routine, you'll learn the ins and outs of successful fasting and how to tailor it to your life and schedule.
72 minutes | Jan 16, 2020
Why Urological Health is Vital for Every Man with Dr. Benjamin Dehner, MD
When it comes to improving your health as a man, your first stop may be your general practictioner or cardiologist with a urologist as your last stop. But what if I told you that urological problems such as BPH and erectile dysfunction could be symptoms of something more serious like diabetes or heart disease? Dr. Benjamin Dehner, Chief of Urology at St. Thomas West in Nashville, joins the show for an indepth look at the benefits of owning your urological health, how to catch the warning signs of a deeper issue and advancements in early diagnosis for prostate cancer.
67 minutes | Dec 19, 2019
A Candid Conversation About Chiropractic Care with Dr. Ronson Dykstra, DC
Despite what some in the medical field would have us believe, it's no secret by now that the body functions as one organism, and prevention doesn't happen in a vaccuum. That's why Dr. Ronson Dykstra, DC, is joining the show for a conversation about the benefits of chiropractic medicine when it comes to whole health, misconceptions around chiropractic work and the power of the body as a self-healer.
51 minutes | Dec 4, 2019
The Benefits of Testosterone Therapy For Women
Spoiler alert: testosterone isn't just for men. Back for another round of discussion on hormone optimization, Nurse Practitioner Jen Justus joins me to dive into the myths around testosterone therapy for women, why it won't turn you into someone you're not and why women should give it a second look.
45 minutes | Nov 20, 2019
How to Optimize Your Thyroid Levels
There are some things that women tend to accept as a part of getting older — always being cold, low energy levels or an increasing waistline — but what if I told you that aging shouldn't mean losing yourself? My right hand, Nurse Practitioner Jen Justus returns for an honest conversation about the warning signs and dangers of suboptimal thyroid levels and how to get your groove back after a slump.
53 minutes | Nov 6, 2019
The Connection Between Periodontal Disease and Heart Disease with Dr. Thomas Nabors, DDS
How often do you think about the connection between the health of your mouth and the rest of your body? If you're like most Americans, probably little to none. Leading dental expert, Dr. Thomas Nabors, joins the show to talk about the importance of whole health, co-founding the first salivary diagnostic lab in the U.S. dedicated to the mouth-body connection and the one question every patient should ask their dentist.
71 minutes | Oct 16, 2019
Hormone Optimization for Women
Hormone replacement therapy is vital for long-term optimal health. Continuing the discussion from our last episode, Nurse Practitioner Jen Justus returns as we walk through the conversations women should be having around hormone therapy, the importance of estrogen and progesterone, and the "male" hormone women should consider.
57 minutes | Oct 4, 2019
WHI: The Trial That Changed History
Hormone therapy for women is a relatively new and often misunderstood treatment. Nurse Practitioner and my right hand, Jen Justus makes her debut as we break down the Women's Health Initiative study, how we were misled by the results of this historic trial, and what it meant for the perception of bioidentical hormones. Women's Health Initiative Study: https://www.whi.org/SitePages/WHI%20Home.aspx
98 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
How Intermittent Fasting Leads to Higher Performance with Zane Griggs
Intermittent fasting is an exploding trend in the weight loss space, but the practice has been around for thousands of years. Good friend and fitness coach Zane Griggs stops by to talk about the biggest myths for optimal weight loss, how to ACTUALLY increase your metabolism and why intermittent fasting is the only way to uplevel your health journey.
81 minutes | Aug 29, 2019
How to Manage Stress with Dr. Brian Hooper, LCPT
Stress plagues the majority of Americans, but what if I told you that it didn't have to consume your life? My friend and licensed clinical pastoral psychotherapist, Dr. Brian Hooper, joins me to discuss the unexpected ways suboptimal stress appears, 2 management tools to relieve anxiety and the role self-esteem plays in reducing stress levels. Resources referenced in the episode: Stress effects on the body: https://www.apa.org/helpcenter/stress-body Association between job stress and occupational injuries among Korean firefighters: a nationwide cross-sectional study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27888173 Dr. Hooper's Free Guide: https://brentwoodmd.s3.amazonaws.com/Cognitive+Behavioral+Mindfulness+Therapy.pdf
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