BACKchat is hosted by chiropractors Dr. Paul Bergamo with Dr. Anthony Coxon. BACKchat is a thought provoking health podcast, empowering you to live to your true, health potential. We discuss with leading health experts and inspirational individuals, the importance of the 5 pillars of health: “Thinking, Eating, Moving, Sleeping and your Neurology.”
During the program, we will ask our guests our “Impactor” question. This reveals to our listeners the pivotal moment, event or influences that lead them to becoming the inspirational health expert they are today. Each program concludes with three practical tips our listeners can immediately apply to assist them to be their best. To stay abreast with updates with BACKchat, please go to our Facebook page - www.facebook.com/backchatpodcast or our Instagram page - @backchatpodcast. We leave you with a thought: “Be the best at what you do, and you will grow and inspire others, around you.” We look forward to meeting you on our next BACKchat podcast.
BC 48: Dr Siobhan Schabrun- Non-invasive brain stimulation for the treatment of headache
Today’s topic is the relationship of new technology with non – invasive brain stimulation and headache? Associate Professor Siobhan Schabrun is a Senior Research Scientist at Neuroscience Research Australia. She has an undergraduate degree in physiotherapy and a PhD in neuroscience. She leads a research team that investigates the role of brain plasticity in chronic pain Listen In
BC 47: Dr Roberta Chow- Headaches and the use of laser therapy
Laser therapy is not a commonly used tool so will be interesting to listen to our expert on this topic, esp in relation to headaches. Dr Roberta Chow is an honorary research associate of the Nerve Research Foundation, Brain and Mind Centre, the University of Sydney. She is also a clinician working in primary care-based Listen In
BC 46: Dr Damian Kristof – Food, headache and what can be done!
Dr Damian Kristof is Nutritionist, Naturopath and Chiropractor with 20+ years of experience. He has extensive media experience with: TV – New Zealands Downsize me that premiered on Channel 7 Two in 2014 Radio -He is a health expert on the Melbourne’s top rating drive time show the Rush hour with James Brayshaw and Billy Listen In
BC 45: Dr Christabelle Yeoh Headaches and its various nutrition and environmental triggers
Dr Christabelle Yeoh Medical practitioner since 1999 and now specialising in the area of Nutrition and Environmental Medicine since 2006, with a special interest in nutrition and gut brain health. Currently- in full time clinical practice, medical director of Next Practice GenBiome, an integrative practice in Edgecliff Sydney, where team based care of multiple modalities Listen In
BC 44: Dr Dean Watson- Headache and brain stem desensitization
Dr Dean Watson, a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist completed his undergraduate physiotherapy qualification in 1976 and subsequently a Graduate Diploma in Advanced Manipulative Therapy with Honours, a Masters Degree by original research, and Doctor of Philosophy also by original research. Dean is the Founder and Director of the Watson Headache® Clinic and Watson® Headache Institute. He Listen In
BC 43: Dr Craig Moore Headache – Research with practical applications
Since becoming a chiropractor Craig Moore completed a Masters of Clinical Trials Research at the University of Sydney and is near the completion of his PhD at the University of Technology Sydney. His PhD study is focussed on the management of headaches and migraine by chiropractors from a public health and epidemiological perspective. His headache Listen In
Holistic Wellness For Life
Thanks for creating this really intelligent podcast. A healthy discussion, informative and lots of interesting points covered.
Very good podcast from Paul and Anthony. Asks clinically relevant questions. I would probe for some deeper explanations from some guests and would prefer for some critiques (particularly intraprofessional) of the profession to be properly represented.
Much better than most podcasts on the webs.
Science + Clinical Applications + Heart = I like! :D
Love it. There are ton’s of health related podcasts out there (being a relatively curious guy, I consume copious amounts) and this is probably the top few I really look forward too. It’s just the right amount of clinical knowledge, research currency, and I’m sure most health practitioners and patients would agree, heart.
Having the pleasure of meeting Paul Bergamo himself during a conference, I can tell you guys, there is a lot of passion and generosity behind the creation of backchat =D. Great job guys!