• 00:31

    Living with Sjogren's Syndrome

    in Health

    April is Sjogren's Awareness Month. At the beginning of the month we explored The Entire Sjogren's Experience, today we speak with Pat Early, who has been living with Sjogren's for years. Her experience will leave you wondering why, after all this time, Sjogren's is still not a first or even fifth thought in making a differential diagnosis.


    Patricia Early, is 56 years old and live in southeastern PA.  She was diagnosed with Sjögren’s around age 35.  Early has a few medical issues that stem from my Sjögren’s, as well.  When diagnosed, the internet wasn’t as common (1992) and the only information she could find was in medical books and there was little of it.  Her rheumatologist knew nothing and because of that she didn’t get treatment for over ten years, years that she wishes she could get back.   At age 47 Pat was forced to stop working.  "I think if treatment had started right away, perhaps I’d still be in the classroom.  This is my biggest sore point with my disease."


    Host: Shirley Gutkowski
    Producer: Shirley Gutkowski

  • 00:53

    Arthritis and Chronic Pain with Dr. Rhonda Shuckett

    in Health

    Join us as we discuss the latest research, as well as pain management tools and techniques in the treatment of Arthritis (including Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis). Dr. Shuckett is a Rheumatologist and a Clinical Associate Professor of UBC Department of Medicine.  She has practiced in Vancouver for the past nearly 25 years. She sees an array of Rheumatologic conditions including rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia.  She has lectured to other physicians on the topic of arthritis and has some published articles on this topic. She is very involved in teaching through the medical school at UBC. Please call in with your questions and comments for Dr Shuckett on the topic of Arthritis and Chronic Pain!


    [DISCLAIMER: The Content provided on the Show is for informational purposes only and is not professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or care, nor is it intended to be a substitute therefor. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider properly licensed to practise medicine or general health care in your jurisdiction concerning any questions you may have regarding any Content obtained from this Show and any medical condition you believe may be relevant to you or to someone else. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard or read or seen on this Show. Always consult with your GP or other qualified health care provider before embarking on new treatment, diet or fitness program. The complete terms of use and conditions can be found at http://www.painbc.ca/node/4 and on the www.painbc.ca website (click on "Privacy Agreement/Terms and Conditions" at the bottom of the home page).]

  • 01:07

    SNR Radio Network Welcomes Dr. Glenn Parris

    in Current Events

    As a board certified Rheumatologist, Glenn Parris has practiced medicine in the northeast Atlanta suburbs for over 20 years. He has been writing for nearly as long. Originally from New York City, Parris migrated south to escape the cold and snow, but fell in love with the southern charms of Georgia and Carla, his wife of 22 years. He now writes cross-genre in medical mystery, science fiction, fantasy, and historical fiction. The Renaissance of Aspirin is his debut novel.


    *The characters in The Renaissance of Aspirin or any other story that Dr. Parris writes are purely works of fiction. Any similarity to persons living or dead is purely coincidental.

  • 01:01

    Jason Drohn, Tom Hopkins, Brandee Sweesy, Oskar Kowalski, Dr. David Silver

    in Business

    Jason Drohn former Pepsi truck driver turned digital entrepreneur, who’s sole mission is to help business owners succeed online. He’s got a knack for laying down growth plans for businesses in a single conversation, and helping his clients execute


    Brandee Sweesy dubbed the leading Hangout Marketing Expert by the top in the industry. With 20 years marketing and public speaking experience she helps coaches, speakers, online thought leaders and businesses to Engage! Ignite! Expand!® their audiences with Google Hangouts and live video


    Dr. David Silver serves as President and Chief Operating Officer Targeted Pharmaceuticals .He is a practicing board certified rheumatologist and internist with privileges at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and served as clinical chief of rheumatology 


    Tom Hopkins has earned the reputation of being America’s #1 “How-To” Sales Trainer. Over 4 million salespeople, entrepreneurs, and sales managers on 5 continents have benefited from his live training events. He perfected his selling skills during his 8-year real estate career in which he received numerous awards


    Oskar Kowalski co-founder of Quiet Ink Entertainment and Director of Business Development. He was chosen as the Young Pole of the Year in 2013 by the Polish government


     


     


     


     

  • 00:57

    Living with Juvenile Arthritis: A Parent's Guide

    in Health

    "Juvenile Arthritis is often difficult to diagnose and can take weeks, months or even years to determine definitively.  Unlike many other medical conditions, there is no single test and no series of lab tests that will prove or disprove the presence of Juvenile Arthritis."


    Author Kimberly Poston Miller has written the book that she wished was available when her children were diagnosed with two different types of Juvenile Arthritis.


    Join host, Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with Kim Miller.  As she shares how her family has learned to adjust to the new normal, how to manage the sometimes enormous medical teams, controlling and handling flares and the multitude of other things to be considered.


    Kimberly Poston Miller is the mother of two children who live with juvenile arthritis and other related autoimmune conditions.  Through the management of her sons' chronic illnesses, she has become not only and active and inspired advocate for arthritis awareness, but also a seasoned expert on finding and maintaining balance within a family that is beset by extreme circumstances and often overwhelming challenges.


    Learn more about Kimberly Poston Miller and her book Living with Juvenile Arthritis: A Parent's Guide:



    Website
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  • 01:05

    I LOVE ME!

    in Lifestyle

    It's Lupus Awareness Month and the Ladies of I Love Me welcomes Stacie Collett,.  Stacie was diagnosed with Lupus in 2005, after seeing 2 other rheumatologist in 2004.  Stacie is currently a Support Group Facilitator for theLupus Foundation of America - GA Chapter.  Tune In as she tells her story!

  • 00:39

    The Vitamin D Cure with Dr. James Dowd

    in Health

    What are the health benefits of vitamin D?  What diseases are associated with vitamin D deficiency?  Are you at risk of vitamin D deficiency?  What are the signs and symptoms of vitamin D deficiency? How can you increase your vitamin D levels?
     
    Join board certified rheumatologist and integrative holistic physician, Dr James Dowd, as he discusses his latest book, the vitamin D cure.  The book is based on more than 20 yrs of research and related practice.
     
    Disclaimer:  The information presented is for educational purposes only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment.  Please consult with your health provider before making any change to your health.
     
     

  • 00:30

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Dr. Joanne Denko

    in Books

    Rocky River, OH – Behind every great man is a great woman with a story to tell. Dr. Joanne Denko, a noted psychiatrist and Geneva professor, is the author of The Life of Charles W. Denko PhD, MD, a forthcoming biography about her late husband, the prominent rheumatologist whose pioneering research focused on the causes and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
    During his lifetime, Dr. Charles Denko published more than 100 scientific articles, presenting his findings at rheumatology conferences around the world. Stricken with Polio as an infant, doctors feared he would never become an independent adult. During World War II he contributed to the war effort as a chemist and helped safely relocate 30 Jewish orphans whose parents had been killed.
    “I feared our family history would not be passed on to my grandchildren in any meaningful way unless I put it into writing,” explains Dr. Joanne Denko. “In collecting information for our grandchildren, I realized my husband’s story should stand alone because of his reputation and contribution to the field of rheumatology.”
    The book itself is a collection of vignettes and meditations written by the late doctor’s wife as well as those who knew him best: his sons; his colleagues; and his friends. The Life of Charles W. Denko PhD, MD is scheduled for release in February.
    “For many years my husband would always begin his lectures with ‘Fellow students;’ he considered everyone to be lifetime students of science and he certainly was,” recalls Dr. Denko. “I certainly have tried to do his life justice through this book and I believe that’s helped by the fact it’s not just me saying wonderful things about him, but other people as well."

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Dr. Joanne Denko

    in Books

    Rocky River, OH – Behind every great man is a great woman with a story to tell. Dr. Joanne Denko, a noted psychiatrist and Geneva professor, is the author of The Life of Charles W. Denko PhD, MD, a forthcoming biography about her late husband, the prominent rheumatologist whose pioneering research focused on the causes and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
    During his lifetime, Dr. Charles Denko published more than 100 scientific articles, presenting his findings at rheumatology conferences around the world. Stricken with Polio as an infant, doctors feared he would never become an independent adult. During World War II he contributed to the war effort as a chemist and helped safely relocate 30 Jewish orphans whose parents had been killed.
    “I feared our family history would not be passed on to my grandchildren in any meaningful way unless I put it into writing,” explains Dr. Joanne Denko. “In collecting information for our grandchildren, I realized my husband’s story should stand alone because of his reputation and contribution to the field of rheumatology.”
    The book itself is a collection of vignettes and meditations written by the late doctor’s wife as well as those who knew him best: his sons; his colleagues; and his friends. The Life of Charles W. Denko PhD, MD is scheduled for release in February.
    “For many years my husband would always begin his lectures with ‘Fellow students;’ he considered everyone to be lifetime students of science and he certainly was,” recalls Dr. Denko. “I certainly have tried to do his life justice through this book and I believe that’s helped by the fact it’s not just me saying wonderful things about him, but other people as well."
     

  • 00:57

    The Global Voice With Susan Piontek

    in Culture

    Please join me this Sunday live at 3:00 PM CST when I will be speaking with Dr. Anibal Zambano and Dr. Irl and Carol Don who are all affiliated with the not for profit organization called PAMS.
    Besides their busy private practices, all three individuals are dedicating themselves to providing medical care and asistance to those who are medically under served and poverty stricken in Peru.
    Dr.  Zambrano was born in Cajamarca, Peru and is a practicing cardiologist at St. Lukes Hospital in Chesterfield, MO. He is a graduate of the Universidad Nacional Mayor De San Marcos and was the inspiration for the the Don's involvement in PAMS.
    Both Irl and Carol are native St. Louisans and Dr. Don is a practicing rheumatologist at Barnes Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital.  He attended Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. Carol is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a graduate of the University of Chicago.  She has a private practice in St. Louis.  Dr. Anibal Zambrano was born in Cajamarca, Peru and is a practicing cardiologist at St. Lukes Hospital and the recent President of PAMS, which includes approximately 600 Peruvian physicians and care providers of other nationalities who have a desire to give back to Peru.
     
     
     

  • 00:10

    Orem Chiropractor Discusses Taking Flexibility Seriously

    in Health

    AskDrNed.com 801-225-1311 560 S. State #C2 Orem, UT 

    In this episode Orem Chiropractor - R. Ned McArthur, D.C. discusses why you should take flexibility seriously.

    Many take cardiovascular and strength traininng seriously - sometimes as the expense of flexibility.  Dr McArthur will discuss what areas of your body to pay special attention to, some little known secrets to stretching and why warming up before stretching is vital.

    Orem Chiropractor - R. Ned McArthur, D.C. specialzes in providing lasting relief from back pain, car accident injuries, dizziness, fibromyalgia, headaches & migraines, insomnia, neck pain, numbness, restless leg syndrome and sciatica.

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