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Mind Body Talk is where you get the opportunity to learn more about your mind and body and the surprising ways in which they interact.

    Ep 18 Prof Douglas Drossman on Effective Communication Skills to Optimize the Provider Patient Relationship

    Ep 18 Prof Douglas Drossman on Effective Communication Skills to Optimize the Provider Patient Relationship

    A big welcome back to Prof Douglas Drossman, worlds leading Gastroenterologist in Functional Digestive Disorders/Disorders of Gut Brain Interaction!  In todays episode we talked about What is patient centred care? Should the patient be the judge...

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    Ep 17 Assoc Prof Jason Tye-Din on Coeliac Disease

    Ep 17 Assoc Prof Jason Tye-Din on Coeliac Disease

    Dr Tye-Din is a gastroenterologist with a clinical and research interest in Coeliac disease. He heads the Coeliac Research Lab at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, runs a Coeliac clinic at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. His PhD employed feeding studies to characterise gluten immunity that underpinned development of a novel immunotherapy for Coeliac disease, Nexvax2.
    His research interests include understanding the immune and genetic basis for coeliac disease and how gluten tolerance is lost, the role of the microbiome, understanding why the gluten-free diet can fail, and developing and testing novel diagnostics and treatments. He is on the editorial board of Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics and consults for an industry partner (ImmusanT Inc.) who are leading the development of Nexvax2. Jason chairs the Medical Advisory Committee of Coeliac Australia and is involved in patient advocacy, clinical guideline development and medical education.
    In todays talk, we covered a lot. There was so much about coeliac disease that I didn’t know, and so, I think a lot of people, medical professionals as well as individuals managing this disease, will find this episode really interesting and helpful.
    So what did we cover?
    We talked about
    What Coeliac disease is? Its Incidence and prevalence ? Age of onset ? What the symptoms are ? The potential complications of undiagnosed untreated coeliac disease? Why a gluten free diet may sometimes be unsuccessful in reducing complications The different ways to diagnose Coeliac disease? Why Coeliac disease can be under diagnosed The overlap between Coeliac disease and functional gut disorders The difference between Coeliac disease and Non-Coeliac Gluten Hypersensitivity We also talking about his exciting new research in developing a vaccine, called the Nexvax2 We talked about the research looking at utilising the hook worm to manage the disease What is important for a person managing Coeliac disease or newly diagnosed to know? What would be take home message for health professionals ? and...a whole lot more...
    Please enjoy my conversation with Dr Jason Tye-Din

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    Ep 16 Prof Peter Gibson creator of Low FODMAP diet

    Ep 16 Prof Peter Gibson creator of Low FODMAP diet

    Welcome to another Episode of Talking Gut, where I get to interview leading specialists in the area of gastroenterology and related systems.
    Living and working in Melbourne Australia, I am very fortunate to know and work alongside many amazing Gastroenterologists. Leaders in their field. I am very fortunate to know and today interview, Prof peter Gibson. To those who might not know, Prof Gibson was the gastroenterologist who created, or as he might say, oversaw the development of the Low FODMAP diet.
    Just some background, Peter is the current director of gastroenterology and hepatology at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne Australia, recipient of multiple awards and grants and has authored and co-authored multiple books, book chapters and research articles.
     
    In this talk, we discussed everything from his background and how he got into gastroenterology, early influences and what factors lead to focus on looking at diet for GI disorders. We talked in great detail about how to Low FODMAP diet was created, its appropriateness, contraindications, and how it should be utilised, even in Children. We also talked about bloating, and there is some interesting information in there about bloating.
    Peter is also a big advocate of the psychological therapies, especially Gut Directed Hypnotherapy. We also talked fibre and about non-coeliac gluten hypersensitivity, diet and inflammatory bowel disease and a lot more. Over 90 minutes of valuable information. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Prof Peter Gibson.

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    Ep 15 Prof John Pandolfino on GERD and Esophageal Disorders

    Ep 15 Prof John Pandolfino on GERD and Esophageal Disorders

    Welcome to another Episode of Talking Gut, where I get to interview leading specialists in the area of gastroenterology and related systems.
    In today's episode I had the honour to interview the Worlds leading expert on Esophageal Disorders, Prof John Pandalfino.
    Prof Pandolfino is a Hans Popper Professor of Medicine and chief of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at  Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and was also the director at the Esophageal Center at Northwestern Medicine between 2011-2015. His CV is 27 pages way too long to cover in this introduction, but lets just say, he has multiple hospital and administrative appointments, is recipients of multiple grants and awards, Editor in chief for highly regarded Gastroenterology journals and is himself author and co-author of books, book chapters and over 200 research articles.
    He’s also a really nice down to earth guy. If there is anything you want to know about Esophageal Disorders, Prof Pandolfino is the person to speak to.
     
    Gastroesophageal Reflux Disorder or GERD, and both Esophageal and extra-esophageal syndromes. Diagnosis of GERD and how to treat it. We talked about his unique way of treating GERD via his GERD Precision Texas Holdem approach. We also covered other areas, including Functional Heart Burn The link between Gastrointestinal transit and Reflux We talked about belching or burping We talked about rumination We also talked about eosinophilic esophagitis and a whole lot more. This talk provides a wealth of information for medical and allied health professionals and well as the interested general public.
    I hope you enjoy my talk with Prof John Pandolfino.

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    Ep 14 Mrs Johannah Ruddy on IBS, The Patients Perspective

    Ep 14 Mrs Johannah Ruddy on IBS, The Patients Perspective

    In todays episode, I spoke with Mrs Johannah Ruddy.
    Johanna is Executive Director of the Rome Foundation and has recently published an article titled: From Pretending to Truly Being OK: A journey from illness to health with post infection IBS: The patients perspective.
    This episode covers Johannah’s very personal journey including her early childhood trauma, childhood conditioning and being diagnosed with IBS and the suffering that resulted from a poor Doctor Patient relationship.
    Johannah’s story does have a happy ending.
    A lot to learn here for both Doctors and Patients, so both can work together to help each other.
    I hope you enjoy the talk.

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    Ep 13 Prof Douglas Drossman on The Biopsychosocial care of patients with Functional Gut Disorders

    Ep 13 Prof Douglas Drossman on The Biopsychosocial care of patients with Functional Gut Disorders

    Welcome to another episode of Talking Gut, and you have just been listening to the Fabulous Chalets, with the bass player being the one and only Dr Douglas Drossman, gastroenterologist and functional gut extraordinaire.
    I am so super excited to have Dr Drossman as a guest here today. I have been wanting to interview him for over 1 year and here it is.`
    A little background about Dr Drossman and I mean alittle, There is simply not enough time to go through his jaw dropping 124 page 10 font size single spacing CV. I simply cannot do his Bio justice here in the limited time we have, but Ill give it a go.
    Okay, so Dr. Drossman was one of the first gastroenterologists to develop the field of brain-gut interactions and Neurogastroenterology in terms of research, patient care and education.
    He is Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Psychiatry in Gastroenterology at the University Of North Carolina School of Medicine where he was on staff from 1977 through 2011.  He founded and co-directed of the UNC Center for Functional Gastrointestinal and Motility Disorders (1993-2011) in Chapel Hill North Carolina.
    Dr. Drossman has published over 350 peer review articles and over 140 book chapters, has edited or written 20 books and acquired over $15 million in grants. He was Associate Editor of Gastroenterology (2001-2006), has served on six other editorial and advisory boards in Gastroenterology, psychosomatic medicine, behavioral medicine, and patient health and was the Gastroenterology Section Editor of the Merck Manual for 17 years. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the International Foundation for Functional GI Disorders (IFFGD) (www.iffgd.org). 
     
    In 2012, Dr. Drossman founded the Drossman Center for the Education and Practice of Biopsychosocial Care (DrossmanCare -www.drossmancenter.com) to help train physicians in relationship centered biopsychosocial care with emphasis on communication skills and enhancing the patient doctor relationship.  An area unique to Dr. Drossman is his excellence in teaching not only on the functional GI disorders, but also in communication skills and patient centered care.  He has been a visiting professor at 143 academic programs and has given over 700 lectures.  He has written numerous articles and produced educational videotapes on the biobehavioral aspects of medical care, medical interviewing and the patient-doctor relationship and he received second prize at the 1997 AMA International Film Festival. 
    A major contribution relates to Dr. Drossman being the organizing founder and President of the Rome Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of individuals with FGIDs.
    With regard to treatment, he was principal investigator in a 5-year multi-center study that first demonstrated in 2003 the value of a cognitive behavioral therapy and also of a tricyclic antidepressants for treatment of functional bowel disorders. 
    Dr. Drossman has received multiple research awards, including the American Psychosomatic Society President’s Award (2003), the AGA Mentors Research Scholar Award (2007), the American Journal of Gastroenterology Lectureship award (2011) to name afew.
    And on top of these amazing achievements, he is person who is truly passionate about helping his patients and his colleagues.
    Sooo what did we talk about, we talk about pretty much everything. His early beginnings, his band the fabulous chalets to his early days as a gastroenterologist and people that influenced him to take the path in functional gut disorders. We talked about the Rome foundation and ROME criteria, and his past and current work in helping to improve the doctor patients relationship, to the befit of the patients and the gastroenterologist. There is a lot to learn here, for the both patient and for the Doctor will benefit from this talk. I hope you get as much out of it as I

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