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  • 00:31

    What you can do if you have had Abdominal surgery!

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    In our culture many surgeries are done without looking into the consequences or telling the patients of what they need to do to adapt to the loss of an organ.
    This episode we will cover the most common abdominal surgeries and how to avoid them or if you have already lost an organ of what you need to do to thrive.
    Don't miss this life saving episode! 

  • 01:01

    #051: Emotional Self-Healing - Torea Rodriguez

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    This week's podcast guest - Torea Rodriguez, FDN and Transformational Coach - joins us to talk about all things self-care and the emotional sides of healing.
    We discuss the concept of 'sleuthing out' your own treatment protocols in tandem with the guidance of a health coach, the importance and art of listening to your own body, and how to face your demons.
    Also covered on today's show:
    - The N=1 study in YOUR health
    - Finding an accountability partner AND facing your fear of judgement
    - Planning your nutritional and lifestyle progress for best results
    Hosted by David White of Authentic Wellness Radio
    Sign up so you'll NEVER miss an episode at authenticwellnessradio.com

  • 00:40

    ADHD and Autism Spectrum: Can They Co-Occur?

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    Historically, persons who had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder were not able to also have a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.  As of the DSM-5, the conditions have been defined such that a person can have a dual diagnosis.  In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (http://digcoaching.com) interviews Dr. Meghan R. Miller (http://mindinstitute.org) on this new dynamic that the conditions could co-occur. They address some of the complexities of it and discuss how researchers are really trying to hone in to figure it out. If you got a diagnosis that just can’t be explained by ADHD or autism and you have a hunch that something else is there, you’ll find their conversation fascinating.
    Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
    Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.

  • 00:52

    FYI on STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) with Dr. Marianne Marchese

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    This week, Dr. Lo talks with naturopathic doctor and author of 8 Weeks to Women’s Wellness, Dr. Marianne Marchese, about STIs (sexually transmitted infections).
    Some of the things you’ll discover in this week’s podcast are:
    The many effective natural healing and treatment options available to prevent and fight STIs The pros and cons of the HPV vaccine Gardasil Why some forms of vaginitis are considered an STI that may have been transmitted to a woman by her male partner Natural treatment options that fight HPV to prevent cervical dysplasia and future cancer risk Also mentioned in this week’s podcast:
    Golden Eggs Fertility, Dr Lo’s upcoming fertility program is this week’s show sponsor. Sign up for the waitlist and more info at Golden Eggs Fertility. For more info on Dr. Marianne Marchese, visit her website.

  • 01:04

    Diving a little deeper into the Gut Brain connection of Parkinson’s disease.

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    A mild gut disorder may play a role in the cause of Parkinson’s Disease. Neurologist Stasha Gominak MD discusses how to use a simple vitamin regimen to fix both the gut and Parkinson’s disease. 
    Dr. Stasha Gominak MD received her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine and completed her Neurology residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
    From 2004 to 2016 she had a busy general neurology practice where she became fascinated with issues connected with sleep disorders. She published several pivotal articles about the global struggle with worsening sleep and possible causes and solutions. 

  • 00:54

    Anemia AKA: Why Am I So Tired? - Episode #225

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    I feel weak and tired all the time so I must have anemia, right Chris and Mike?  
    Join the fellas for an uproarious discussion about the incredibly common condition Anemia in all its forms.
    They will discuss:iron supplementation, Vitamin B12 and the Lucky Iron Fish, as well the differences between normal, low-normal, and downright dangerous bloodwork, including something some people are calling “Naturopathic levels”.
    Chris shares how he really feels about sneaky internet vegetable mongers, and, most importantly, we (finally!) find out the name for the noise a giraffe makes.

  • 00:34

    Sports concussions in children with Dr. Alison Alford

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    Join host Amy Zellmer as she speaks with Dr. Alison Alford.
    I was born and raised in Lancaster, PA.  I attended undergraduate at University of Miami obtaining a BS in Psychobiology.  I then attend Jefferson Medical College back in Philadelphia, PA.  Once I graduated, I did my residency and fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University. In 2012 I became a board-certified Child Neurologist.  I had a strong interest in headaches and studied to obtain my second board in Headache Medicine in 2013.  I have become the only board-certified Pediatric Headache Medicine Specialist in Virginia. 
    I would see a fair amount of post-concussion syndromes for their headache management.  However, in 2016 one of our concussion clinics lost their primary physician.  I, personally was not a fan of the way other clinics were run, so I decided to start managing more of the concussion symptoms myself.  I pride myself and my clinic on bringing the relationship back into medicine and I felt that needed to happen with concussion/TBI patients as well.  So many people do not understand the far reaches of a TBI and how much disability it can cause.  So, I felt this was very important to protect this patient population and provide the best care possible.  I was also asked to join the board of directors for the Brain Injury Association of Virginia.  I have learned so much about the need for even more resources for TBI in Virginia.  This has made me all the more passionate about getting these patients what they need. 
    I live in Richmond with my husband of 13 years.  We have two young children and a loving Golden Retriever.  
    Sponsored by: Minnesota Functional Neurology, DC

  • 01:09

    The Multiple Soul Theory & its Use to Heal Deep Soul Issues with Ruth Rendely

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    This week we are eager to host Ruth Rendely who will speak on the topic of the multiple soul theory and its use to heal deep soul issues- a topic which fascinates!
    Ruth has been using a successful method of treating depression and other soul issues for the past 29 years. She's prevented murders, mayhem, suicides, and more, and she's going to share with us how she does it! This is one of those broadcasts that you really don't want to miss if you or someone in your life is suffering from depression or mental illness. 
    More info on her work can be found at her website: MultipleSouls.com

  • 01:58

    Lost Arts Radio Show #173 - Special Guest Jordan Belanger

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    Like many Americans, I was taught in the 1960's that the John Birch Society (www.jbs.org) was a bunch of crazy people, who thought Communists, like little green men, were hiding under every bed, around every corner, just waiting to jump out and do whatever Communists do, which was never specified. I didn't question it at the time, and later got distracted with other issues, though what I did hear about JBS positions on issues actually sounded pretty reasonable.
    The subject came up for me just recently when candidate for California governor Peter Valentino asked my opinion on the positions of JBS. I had to say I would check them out and get back to him. In the course of "checking them out," I thought, well this is a group I want to know more about. They are so hated by the mainstream media and groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center, that they must be doing something good. I called their main office in Wisconsin and arranged for one of their spokesmen, Jordan Belanger, to be a guest on Lost Arts Radio. So we get to hear directly from someone on the inside who knows, what is JBS really about, what do they believe, and what projects are they doing? Are they as crazy as we've been told?
    I think this will be an interesting discussion, one I should really have had before now. As I've said before, I trust authorities and the media. They would normally not warn us about something and how bad it is, unless there was some real value there. Think about some of the things they warn us about. Stay out of the sun. Don't drink raw milk. Don't eat any high fat foods. Think of what they say we absolutely need. Flu shots. Chemotherapy. Geoengineering to save the Earth from global warming. Yes I trust the government implicitly, and should have had this conversation years ago. I think it will be fun, and it's this Sunday's show.

  • 01:27

    Kevin Felstead British False Memory Society & The Carol Felstead Story

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    Kevin Felstead British False Memory Society 
    The women brainwashed by therapists to believe their parents abused them
    Carol Felstead, a trained nurse, went to doctor about headache age 21 Had 20 years of Recovered Memory Therapy (RMT) - but sessions sparked False Memory Syndrome - memories of terrible events that never happened Convinced her loving family were really a group of murderous Satanists Maxine Berry, 41, contemplated suicide after believing father had raped her Afraid of also becoming an abuser, Maxine had herself sterilised aged 23 Maxine later discovered her memories had been replaced
    Carol Felstead was unequivocal in the accusations she made against her family. 
    Her mother Joan, a nurse, and father, Joseph, an engineer, may have seemed like a respectable couple with five children. 
    But behind closed doors, she said, they were Satanists, who subjected her to years of childhood abuse. 
    The 41-year-old psychology graduate recounted in disturbing detail the night her mother murdered Carol’s older sister, Joan-Julie, before setting fire to the house to hide the evidence.

  • 00:27

    Acute Care Physical Therapy

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    February 4, 2015: There are numerous reasons someone can be admitted to an acute care hospital, such as an injury that require emergency care, or a planned surgery. Whatever the case, a patient in an acute care setting is going to encounter numerous medical professionals, at least one of which is likely to be a physical therapist.
    What’s the role of an acute care physical therapist? In this episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist will describe and highlight some of the benefits of physical therapy for the acute care setting, not just for rehabilitation but also prehabilitation.
    Download the podcast on iTunes.
    Learn more about physical therapy at MoveForwardPT.com.

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