How can I get relief from my back pain? Will I ever get help for my hemorrhoids or diarrhea? What can I do to help fight this insomnia? Are there other women, like me, out there who are afraid they will pee themselves each time they sneeze while at Target? Is there something to help me cope with this anxiety and depression?
Welcome to the Well-Informed Patient Podcast where we will be addressing these questions and so much more.
The Well-Informed Patient Podcast is for patients, providers and medical representatives who want to learn more about life-changing medical devices, laboratory diagnostic testing and medical treatments for common medical complaints like arthritis, dry eye disease, sleep apnea and erectile dysfunction. You and someone you know having a hard time finding what’s new and what’s working? We will help you find hope and options that are out there!
Join us as your hosts, Rachel and Jonathan Jurgenson interview these break through companies themselves, cutting edge medical professionals, and patients just like you who have worked to find answers to their problems. Our goal is to find faster solutions to your needs, and give you hope.
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Episode 13: When Anti-Depressants Aren’t Working: There’s A New Step in Treating Depression Learn from Harvard Psychiatrist, Dr. Adam Stern About Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy and How It Could Be Right For You
Who doesn’t know someone dealing with depression, or maybe you are dealing with it right now?
Treatment options can be frustrating and it can take a long time to get the help you need.
In this episode we talk all things TMS transcranial magnetic stimulation for depression.
YES! It can have other indications
YES! You will get your questions answered on how this treatment might be right for you.
We are talking what it is, how it works, who it’s for, how well it works, how long it takes and so much more!
This is such a fantastic episode and you will learn so much from Dr. Adam Stern. You will not want to miss this one!
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When To Break Up With Your Healthcare Provider And Getting Your Questions Answered For Birth Control For Your Period Problems, The Real Menstrual Cycle, And The Truth About The Thyroid Levels
Listen up all my lady friends! You will not want to miss this episode where we talk about hormones, birth control and being the CEO of you health! Today we will be learning from Danielle Kepics, PA-C. Danielle is a Danielle Kepics is a physician assistant, fertility educator, entrepreneur, former mental health therapist + personal trainer. She is also a partner, fur baby mom and outdoor, fitness + movement enthusiast. Learn when to break up with your provider, and how to become more proactive in your health and questions you might want to ask your new doctor, PA or NP. And how you might start looking for that provider that will take a fully integrated approach to your hormone levels and getting you the answers you deserve!
I learned so much from this episode and know you will too.
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Learn From A Gastroenterologist: How To Start A Plant Based Diet, Why What You Eat Is Important To Your Health, And When And Why To Start Getting Checked For Colon Cancer With A Colonoscopy
Who doesn't want to eat healthier and feel better? You know you need to but it is so hard to even get started. And once you decide to start, where do you even begin?
Today we speak with Dr. Sunana Sohi. Dr. Sunana Sohi is a board certified gastroenterologist. After receiving her undergraduate degree with honors at Harvard University, she completed medical school at Tufts University before moving to Chicago for residency at the University of Chicago and GI fellowship at Rush University. She now practices and raises her family in her hometown of Louisville, KY.
Dr. Sohi speaks to us about how to start a plant-based diet, making an easy transition into making better choices and why what you eat matters to your health today and for the future.
We also learn about new colon cancer screening recommendations and why you need to get that colonoscopy sooner than you may have thought.
This is such a great conversation that you won't want to miss. Dr. Sohi is so down to earth and relatable. You will feel so inspired by her wisdom and health advice.....and she may even talk about a recipe or two. And just what is Golden Milk???
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What Physician Assistants Want You To Know: How They Can Serve You, What You Can Do To Prepare For Your Health Care Appointments, How Health And Finances Intertwine, And A Lifestyle Change You Can Start Today To Be A Healthier You!
Ever just want to know what your Physician Assistant can do for you and what they really want you to know? In this episode of The Well-Informed Patient Podcast, we talk with Tracy Bingaman, a Physician Assistant/Physician Associate who will be telling us just what it is that PAs can do for us in our health care journey, what providers wish you knew, and what Tracy thinks is the single most important lifestyle change that you can start today. We talk health, we talk finances and getting the most out of your appointments. You don’t want to miss this all informative and oh so helpful for your health podcast!
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5 M’s of Eating Healthy: Mountain Climbing, Mediterranean Diet, Mind-Gut Connection, Microbiome and Author Dr. Emeran Mayer
Join us for this fascinating interview with Dr. Emeran Mayer, author of The Mind-Gut Connection and The Gut-Immune Connection.
Learn what the microbiome is, how it affects each and every one of us. Hear from Dr. Mayer about cutting-edge research on the microbiome and how we must not ignore what it is teaching us.
Sit back and listen as Dr. Mayer takes us on his journey of how he became involved in research, his adventures in his writing and how he changed his own eating patterns with the Mediterranean Diet.
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Dr. Mayer BIO
Emeran A Mayer is a Gastroenterologist, Neuroscientist and Distinguished Research Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Physiology and Psychiatry at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and the Executive Director of the G. Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience at UCLA. As one of the pioneers and leading researchers in the role of mind-brain-body interactions in health and chronic disease, in particular in IBS, his scientific contributions to U.S. national and international communities in the broad area of basic and translational enteric neurobiology with wide-ranging applications in clinical GI diseases and disorders is unparalleled. He has published more than 370 scientific papers, and co edited 3 books. He is the recipient of the 2016 David McLean award from the American Psychosomatic Society and the 2017 IsmarBoas Medal from the German Society of Gastroenterology and Metabolic Disease. His most recent work has focused on alterations in the bidirectional communications within the brain gut microbiome axis and their role in chronic inflammatory and functional diseases of the gut, obesity, and cognitive decline. Dr. Mayer has been interviewed on National Public Radio, PBS and by many national and international media outlets including the Los Angeles Times, Atlantic and Times magazine, Stern and Spiegel Online. He has spoken at UCLA TEDx on the Mysterious Origins of Gut Feelings in 2015, and his bestselling book The Mind Gut Connection was published by Harper&Collins in July of 2016, has been translated into 16 languages, and remained a #1 bestseller until recently. His new book The Gut Immune Connection will be published in June 2021.
Itchy, Watery, Red, Irritated Eyes: Could It Be Dry Eye Disease? Learn About New Treatment Options Including TearCare, Lipiflow, And What You Can Do Today To Get Relief
Are you suffering from dry, irritated, red eyes? Do your eyes burn and itch after a long day? Do your eyes feel fatigued or exhausted at the end of the day? Are your eyes irritated from the air you blow into your eyes from wearing your mask?
You could be suffering from Dry Eye Disease.
Dr. Kambiz Silani From Beverly Hills Optometry Advanced Dry Eye Center joins us on the show to educate us on the signs, symptoms and treatments of Dry Eye Disease.
Learn about the newest treatments available and how to get to the root cause of Dry Eye Disease ; including ones that could cost less than the medications you are currently taking.
Understand how your diet and daily routine could be playing a role in making your DED worse.
This is a very fun and educational show and guess what....It's now available on our YouTube Channel as well.
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