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Today on FindaTopDoc Radio we are speaking with Internist, Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider. Dr. Ungerleider attended medical school at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the California Pacific Medical Center. After completing her residency, she felt as though there were improvements that should be made in regards to the way people are informed about end of life. She has sought to address the large gaps in the way people learned about end of life issues and how physicians can help them cope with emotions during such difficult times.
Dr. Ungerleider can be reached at shoshanaungerleider.wordpress.com.
This week’s FindaTopDoc Radio episode features Dr. Timothy Deer. Dr. Deer received his medical degree from West Virginia University School of Medicine, where he currently instructs as a clinical professor, and then completed his training in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the University of Virginia.
One of Dr. Deer’s more recent accomplishments is becoming President Elect for the International Neuromodulation Society, also known as the INS. He is chairing the upcoming scientific congress this spring and led 60 co-authors in publishing the first comprehensive guidelines in the field. Today we will discuss the guidelines that he has co-authored and the upcoming congress in June in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
This FindaTopDoc Episode features Doctor Kathryn Pearson Peyton. Dr. Pearson currently practices Radiology, specifically focused on breast imaging. After witnessing the hardship of breast cancer diagnoses within her family, Dr. Pearson used her passion and knowledge to achieve medical advancements that would make the process of breast cancer detection more efficient. After attending Stanford University she did a radiology residency and Fellowship in Breast Imaging at UCSF Medical School. Dr. Pearson has practiced radiology for over 20 years in Jacksonville and San Francisco.
Due to Dr. Pearson’s passion, motivation, and intelligence, she founded a non-profit technology company in 2012 known as: Mammosphere, which improves breast cancer detection and reduces unnecessary additional imaging by providing electronic accessibility to prior comparison mammograms in hopes to tackle these alarming statistics. You can visit Mammosphere’s website at www.mammosphere.org.
Today we will be speaking with Dr. Teri Daunter, a Ph.d Graduate from the Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, Ohio where she studied Clinical Psychology, Behavioral Medicine, and Nutrition. With over 30 years’ experience working in the field of psychological health, Dr. Daunter has dedicated her time to help share her wealth of knowledge as an instructor at three academic institutions and as an author, and lecturer.
On this week's FindaTopDoc Radio, we are discussing What Doctors Feel: How Emotions Affect the Practice of Medicine, featuring Bellevue Hospital’s Dr. Danielle Ofri! Dr. Ofri not only treats patients, but she is also an avid writer on Doctor-Patient relationships. Her work has been featured in magazines such as the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the New England Journal of Medicine, the Lancet, and on CNN.com and National Public Radio.
Other works of hers include:
What Doctors Feel: How Emotions Affect the Practice of Medicine
Medicine in Translation: Journeys with my Patient
Incidental Findings: Lessons from my Patients in the Art of Medicine
Singular Intimacies: Becoming a Doctor at Bellevue
Dr. Amadi is a practicing physician whose focus is disease prevention and holistic medicine. She talks with our host to discuss the various misconceptions surrounding hormonal imbalances.
For more information, visit www.dramadi.com
This week’s FindaTopDoc show features our guest, Dr. Daniel C. Potts in helping us Understand Dementia and Alzheimer's. Currently serving as Attending Neurologist at Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center, Dr. Potts is also Founder and President of Cognitive Dynamics Foundation and Medical Director at Dementia Dynamics. Dr. Potts has also received six Patient Choice Awards and one of America's Top Physicians. After graduating from Birmingham-Southern College, obtaining a degree in biology, he then went to the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. While studying at UAB, Dr. Potts became chief resident in neurology. Dr. Potts currently is a Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology for all of his contribution to his studies in neurological diseases.
Alzheimer's Foundation of America
For more information on Dr. Hillel Mazasnky visit http://www.gianinc.com/
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According to the American Cancer Society – since January 1st, 2015, an estimated 62,450 people have been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Contradicting to most other diseases and cancer, Thyroid cancer is more commonly diagnosed at a younger age – nearly 2/3rds of diagnosis are made to men & women younger than 55 years old – 2% of those being teens or children. Although diagnoses have risen significantly within the US in recent years, fatalities from this cancer have been considerably stable for many years – in comparison to other cancers.
Being diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer herself, Dr. Elena M. Acquisto-Treaster has been on a mission to better understand how she was susceptible to the cancer, especially since there was never a diagnosis previously in her family. Since her diagnosis, she’s begun several research studies working alongside of chiropractors, and encouraging them to check their patients for enlarged thyroids. With her research, Dr. Acquisto-Treaster is on a mission to defeat Thyroid Cancer and spread has much information as she can about the ailment.
Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 1 in every 68 children according to the CDC's Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network. As a developmental disability, Autism can create social challenges in communication, behavior and one's ability to learn.
While signs of Autism may arise during early childhood, research results from the International Meeting for Autism Research for 2014 have showed that Autistic symptoms for adults living with the disorder decreased among 1/3 to half of more than 400 people over the course of 10 years starting in 1998.
In this episode of FindaTopDoc Radio, Jeff Allen sits down with Dr. Steven Siegel to unmask the truth about autism, inheritance, treatment and research.
Steven J. Siegel, MD, PhD
Dr. Steven Siegel is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the Director of the Translational Neuroscience Program as well as the Director of the Clinical Neuroscience Track. With years of experience inr Neuopsychiatry, Dr. Siegel specializes in the treatment of Schizophrenia. At his laboratory, Dr. Siegel has developed new treatment methods for the multiple personality disorder using biodegradable long-term delivery systems. His treatment methods extend to Parkinson's Diseases as well as drug abuse and autism.
Welcome to this week’s episode of FindaTopDoc Radio featuring our guest speaker, Danni Gomes. She is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport, Fones School of Dental Hygiene, and has been practicing Dental Hygiene for the past 18 years. In addition, Ms. Gomes has been teaching students at the New York University College of Dentistry's Dental Hygiene Department and at Eastern International College for the Dental Hygiene Department. She is constantly contributing to the field of Dental Hygiene as a health care provider for her patients and as a mentor to her students.
While Ms. Gomes’ established a reputable name for herself in the field of Dental Hygiene, she embarked on another mission which has experienced great success. In 2012, she became the founder of ACI Resuscitation, an organization developed to empower individuals to act quickly in life threatening emergencies. ACI Resuscitation provides CPR, First-Aid, and AED training to individuals that are seeking those certifications.
Cataracts has become the leading cause of blindness in aging adults over 40 in the United States. Cataracts is a gradual opaque cloud that forms over the eye, causing vision to seem foggy. This mist is a result of proteins in the lens clumping together. Unfortunately there are no natural ways to fight cataracts, but a healthy diet and exercise can safeguard you against the disease. The best way to rid yourself of Cataracts is surgery, when a prescription doesn't help. In this episode, expert cataract surgeon Dr. George Waring IV shares his insight into cataracts and cataract surgery and how to avoid it all!
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