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Dr. Daniel Roberts is the founder and Director of The Roberts Institute, of Caracas, Venezuela, a medical center devoted to research and treatment of the spinal column and especially back pain. The multidisciplinary approach he instituted by combining chiropractic, internal medicine, rheumatology, orthopedic surgery, and physical therapy, proved to be extremely effective in his treatment of over 40.000 patients.
He's the author of "The Evolution Solution," a book of unique approaches to health that we will be discussing today.
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HEALTH SOLUTIONS FOR THE IN-CURE-ABLE DIS-EASES--
**this week: ARTHRITIS
We are told there are over a 100 forms of arthritis, and from rheumatoid to osteoarthritis, there is no cure. Despite rheumatology doctors having 9 years of education and training, and specializing in children's arthritis takes another 2 to 3 years of training, all this training has not yet provided a cure.
The total bill per annum in the US alone to care for arthritis is over 50 billion dollars. Are we supporting another medical industry that only provides ongoing revenue?
Lets look to nature and determine if there indeed is 'no hope' for sufferers of arthritis, yea?
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In the second episode of our Unconscious Bias in Medicine Series, Arin sits down with Sheryl McCalla, the Director of the American College of Rheumatology’s Lupus Initiative. The two discuss the effect of unconscious bias and physical appearance on medical diagnoses. For more information about Sheryl's work head to www.thelupusinitiative.org
Join us on Pain Waves Radio when we'll be dicussing the diagnosis, pain management, and latest developments relating to fibromylagia. To help us better understand this condition, we'll be speaking with Dr Rhonda Shuckett. 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 fibromyalgia. She has lectured t
In this show, Ed Becker talks about how the loss of a family member to a rare vasculitis disease called Polyarteritis Nodosa (PAN) ultimately led to the creation of an international patient advocacy organization called the PAN Support Network (PSN). He will discuss how the group has grown into a 600+ organization that has become instrumental in helping PAN patients get the help they need to deal with the illness. He will be joined by Dr. Kim Carroll who became the PSN Forum moderator in 2012. Dr. Carroll ironically got involved in rheumatology also because of the loss of a family member to PAN. http://www.linkedin.com/in/edwardbecker Show will be 9 a.m. PT, 10a.m. MST, 11 a.m. Central time, and 12 noon Eastern time.
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 conferen
After a long break away and life changing trip to Israel, Dee is joined by Noel Rodgers ,B.Sc. at Bio-chemist, and Physiotherapist since1990. Noel specialises in treating Strokes (Neurological), Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and the Respiratory system.
Noel addresses dis-eases of the body and tells us how, with his new 'Mother Earth Minerals' products he has helped his clients to prevent the onset of western diseases such as high blood pressure diabetes.
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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."
Listen in on this previously boradcast show discussing Chronic Fatigue and a comprehensive approach to diagnosis and treatment of this medical condition that plagues millions. Dr. Leonard A. Rubinstein, our host, is known world-wide for his unique holistic and integrative approach to Chronic Fatigue. Learn about the contribution of hidden food allergies and hormonal imbalance to the development and progression of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Hulon (Dr. Hulon Crayton) is a smooth jazz saxophonist hailing from Panama City, FL who started his jazz career as a member of noted jazz group the On Call Band®. In addition to his jazz career, Hulon is also a noted entrepreneur and philanthropist. Hulon runs The Arthritis and Infusion Center, a successful medical practice that specializes in the treatment of Rheumatological diseases and disorders as well as sports-related injuries. Hulon has been practicing Rheumatology since 1986,
Daniel Clauw is a Professor of Anesthesiology. Medicine (Rheumatology) and Psychiatry at the University of Michigan (UM). He serves as Director of the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center. Dr. Clauw is currently Co-Principal Investigator of the University of Michigan Discovery Site for the Multidisciplinary Assessment of Pelvic Pain (MAPP) network, focusing on identifying the underlying mechanisms for interstitial cystitis and chronic prostatitis. In addition, he serves as the chair of the MAPP network which includes six discovery sites, as well as a data and tissue coordinating center.
Dr. Clauw attended the University of Michigan for both undergraduate and medical school studies and then completed his Internal Medicine residency and Rheumatology Fellowship at Georgetown University. He joined the faculty at Georgetown University in 1990, and while there, founded the Georgetown Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center, and served as the Division Chief of Rheumatology, Immunology and Allergy, and Vice Chair of the Department of Medicine. Since moving to UM in 2001, Dr. Clauw continues his commitment to clinical care and research in overlapping conditions such as fibromyalgia and interstitial cystitis, becoming an internationally known expert in chronic pain, and especially the central nervous system contributions to chronic pain states, performing past or ongoing work in conditions such as low back pain, osteoarthritis, vulvodynia, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome, and temporomandibular joint disorder. His expertise lies in researching the physiologic mechanisms that underlie symptom expression in patients with chronic pain (i.e., fibromyalgia, interstitial cystitis, etc.) as well as characterizing these patients for both clinical and research purposes.
Conflict Corner welcomes Dr. Yvonne Sherrer, Medical Director of Centre for Rheumatology, Immunology and Arthritis (CRIA) of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Wingspan is kicking the school year off with a discussion on the long term effects of playing football on youth. Dr. Sherrer and host, David Blake, former football player, will discuss the health issues and prevention measures athletes, parents and coaches should take. Listen to blogtalkradio every Wednesday at 6 p.m. or call in 1-917-889-3348 press #
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