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Step into The Call Room with Dr. Robert Berry as he gives you an inside perspective into health, fitness, medicine and the politics and policies of healthcare. As an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Berry cares for athletes young and old. He performs surgery and provides conservative care for all types of musculoskeletal conditions. As the medical director for sports medicine for one of the largest Health Care Systems in Texas, he gives an insiders perspective on whats ...
 
Let's bring the public back into public health. Produced by a team of NPR veterans, and hosted by a brother-sister duo -- she's a nurse practitioner, he's in health care PR -- The Public Health Podcast shares the rarely heard experiences of the women and men who really make our health systems run. Sign up for the The Public Health Podcast email at: http://eepurl.com/hgBeM5 Follow @RyanBirchmeier and @Thunder11PR on Twitter. The Public Health Podcast is a production of Thunder11, a strategic ...
 
In this podcast series, we will meet educators around the globe to discuss various educational approaches and challenges that we face as an educator. An expert educator shares his/her insight and experience to help upcoming educators to progress in their career. This is a shared learning experience and we will like you to join this community to share your experience with other educators.
 
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Listen in to learn more about the transmission of COVID-19, the actual risk of asymptomatic spread, and what you need to know to wear a mask effectively. "I think an important differential between COVID and the flu is that COVID tends to prey on the elderly and those with comorbidities." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presente…
 
Listen in to learn about the myth of the athletic scholarship, how to best prepare for your child's future, and why it may not be the best investment. "I don't think that any 9 or 10 year-old has got their path set out in front of them, despite what parents think." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the…
 
How much do you know about chronic disease and what really determines patient success? Garry Welch, PhD, an expert in behavior medicine for chronic disease care, joins The Public Health Podcast to discuss all of the surprising behavioral, motivational, and psychological drivers of chronic disease. Dr. Welch is the Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Of…
 
Today you are in for a treat as we will talk about and all that needs to be learned surrounding insurance especially, healthcare insurance. We specifically decided to publish this episode today because the deadline of Medicare Part D holders and beneficiaries is very soon. Our guest for today is an expert in health insurance, Edward Givens. He is a…
 
Regardless of which side you’re on, chances are, you’re keyed up for election night. To quell these anxieties, Ryan and Katie solicit the advice of three medical professionals for how to stay calm and healthy during election night, the best ways to engage family members with different political views, and what to do if the results don’t turn out th…
 
Listen in to learn the difference between a DO and an MD, where the osteopathic medical practice came from, and what they have brought to modern medicine. "What's the difference between osteopathic medical school and allopathic medical school? It really comes down to those first four years of training." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Info…
 
Listen in to learn about the recent NFL injury that shocked the league, what is in Dak Prescot's future, and why it might not be so bleak. "Dak had actually turned down a contract last year that would have made him one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in history." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the …
 
Ryan's future sister-in-law and public health expert, Robin Pfohman, joins The Public Health Podcast to discuss her work with the Community Resilience and Equity Program, serving vulnerable populations in Seattle and King County. *** The Public Health Podcast is a production of Thunder11, a strategic communications firm with audio production by Pau…
 
Learn why a shoulder dislocation should always be treated early for long term stability and to make a return to sports a sustainable decision. "As an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, this is one of the most common things that I and my colleagues see." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of…
 
Today, I want to present to you a bonus episode that was recorded quite a bit ago. And I didn't want this to not to be aired for you. Because the information that Karen presents with this is sincerely awesome. Karen talks about how to parent a teenager with health issues. And it is super insightful. Karen is absolutely awesome. Visit our website fo…
 
Listen in to learn how the NFL has handled the pandemic compared to other sports leagues, and the new developments that could halt the NFL season. "An ideal test would have a 100% sensitivity and a 100% specificity." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be considered med…
 
Listen in to learn about the rise in mental health crises and suicides during the pandemic, what to look out for in those you love, and how you can help. "If you listen to the news and you are looking at any of the statistics, you know that suicides and attempted suicides are on the rise." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presen…
 
Sustainability expert Tony Schifano, Founder and CEO of Antos Environmental, joins Ryan and Katie to discuss the massive issue of waste management in hospitals and what health care organizations (and everyone) can do to reduce the ballooning amount of waste we produce every day. Hospitals produce 6,600 tons of waste every day, according to a 2012 r…
 
Stay tuned, as Lara educate us about the importance of nutrition and drugs based on the lifestyle we have. She brings 2 different professions to her practice, her extensive knowledge of nutrition, with the combination of her pharmacy roots, for her patients to get the best out of both worlds and we'll learn from that in this episode. Lara is an IFM…
 
This episode highlights a branch of medicine and pharmacy practice that is quite recent, but ancient at the same time: Functional Medicine Pharmacy. Which happens to be the passion for Kim Kallio. She found a way to combine 2 totally different professions like engineering and pharmacy for the benefit of her patients. Go to thelegaldrugdealer.com fo…
 
Hello! I am super excited to inform you that we are finally opening our online conference, the Taking Control Of My Own Health online conference! It will start Monday, the 14th of September at 11am Pacific time. This conference will be a whole week, pack of VALUABLE Health Information that is solely created for the patients, using the patients lang…
 
In this episode, a Board Certified Family and Functional Medicine Physician, Dr. Megan Stone, will educate us about what really is Functional Medicine, the three biggest misconceptions of Functional Medicine, and the three steps you should do if you want to learn Functional Medicine. Visit thelegaldrugdeal.com for shownotes!…
 
Hola! I am so excited to announce to you that today starts the second season of The Legal Drug Dealer podcast! Who would have thought that we would have a second season? I am so excited and very thankful for all your support. And I am beyond excited to announce that my online conference is about to start this Sept. 14, 2020. And I would love for yo…
 
Listen in to today's episode to learn how college football is reacting and maybe overreacting to the pandemic, and why they may not need to be so careful. "With all of us looking at the same data, how is it that certain football conferences have decided to stay open and others have stayed closed?" - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Informatio…
 
Listen in to learn the information and misinformation out there about surgeries for ACL injuries, and the many factors that lead to success. "I often get asked what I do differently for professional athletes that's different than other patients, and the answer is absolutely nothing." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is…
 
Whether you want to get back on the field or back to playing with your grandkids, this episode will answer the questions you may have on knee replacements. "If you have a partial or total knee replacement, there are going to be some things that you are still not going to be able to do that you may have been able to do with a natural knee." - Dr. Ro…
 
Join Dr. Eve Purdy from Canada to learn how to dissect the culture of your working environment through the lens of Anthropology. In this podcast, she describes simulation as a means to create moments of cultural compression and how that can be beneficial to evaluate and thus potentially modify the culture of the place.…
 
Listen in to today's episode to learn about cartilage transplants, how they relieve us of our join pain, and what to know before getting one yourself. "When I've gone back and looked at these transplants, it's pretty remarkable how the cartilage grows back and fills in those defects." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented i…
 
Listen in to learn about the recent studies and research regarding young people and school and their effectiveness in spreading and getting COVID-19. "We want to use evidence in order to make decisions. That's how we as physicians make medical decisions." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and …
 
From the intricacies of it's symptoms to the basics of it's prevention, listen in to learn everything about heat illness and how to stay safe this summer. "Heat illness should never take a life, it is 100% preventable." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be considered …
 
Listen in to learn about the Female Athletic Triad, how it affects women and where it comes from, and what can be done to prevent it. "If you're experiencing pain and you're not recovering, that's probably a good time to seek help." - Dr. Rathna Nuti. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be…
 
Listen in to learn all about masks, how they can help protect you from the coronavirus, and how conflicting viewpoints on their use have come up. "The vast majority of individuals who test positive for Coronavirus are going to do fine and going to recover." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host an…
 
Listen in to learn how Drew Morgan works with elite performers, what he has seen often get in their way, and what you can do to overcome it yourself. "It's all about using our mind, which controls everything we do, and learning how to use it more effectively." - Drew Morgan, MBA, MA. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the …
 
You are in for a treat if you are a female currently dealing with stress and anxiety, no matter what your age is! On this episode Michele gave us a ton of information about ourselves, and how to improve the negative ones. Among others we discussed: We must learn what is it that triggers us to get stressed. Recommendations on how to handle it What t…
 
Learn how the prescribing process has changed over time, how the costs have increased over the years, and what you can do to minimize what you pay. "Pharmacy benefit managers have taken advantage of their position as middlemen." - Sarah Priestle. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be cons…
 
Listen in to learn how overuse injuries in sports occur, why they occur so much in young people, and what can be done to help overcome this problem. "I quickly became aware that sports don't have an off-season in Texas." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be considered…
 
On this episode we will continue to show you a different way to perceive your doctors, this time from the health information they give the patients. The doctor I invited today is Lynn Stiff, MD Some of the most relevant points she made are: Not all patient’s understand what the doctor says Patients should always ask for clarification when they have…
 
Listen in to learn more about the recently introduced TRACE Act, and how our government is hoping they can use it to slow the spread of COVID-19. "The flattening of the curve was to prevent overwhelming of our healthcare system. It doesn't prevent the inevitability of spread." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the op…
 
Today we are talking with the first male to be interviewed on my podcast, Dr. Ricardo Correa, endocrinologist. He has a very interesting point of view of what is the role of the patient on getting better or even cured of an ailment or disease Some of the most relevant points she made are: Not all it is solved with a pill. Finding the underlying cau…
 
On today's episode, we're doing a deep dive into why healthcare is so expensive, how it has changed over the years, and what we can all do to change it. “Insurance companies are in the business of making money.” – Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented are the opinions of the host and guests and should not be considered medica…
 
The Taking Control Of My Own Health Summit is coming in June 2020! This is what I will be telling you during this episode: We will have 25 experts, talking about different topics related to medicine, similar to what we talked about in our podcast, but a little bit more action-packed. Your kids, your spouses, your mom and dad, your grandparents, you…
 
Listen in to learn how the recent developments in COVID-19, executive orders, and current events impacts Americans in this age of the COVID-19 pandemic. "We're in a position today in 2020 going back to rely on case law from 1905 that dealt with forced vaccinations." - Don Kaiser. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host…
 
This episode (Part 2) will show you a different way to perceive your doctors, but from a more global stand point, told by an actual physician herself! Joanne Garret. Some of the most relevant points she made are: Doctors don't know everything They make mistakes They refer you because they can't help you. They need you to always tell them the truth …
 
Listen in as we get into the new data surrounding COVID-19, the power of herd immunity in past pandemics, and how we can help fight this together. "For the countries that have gone before us, there will be the opportunity to learn lessons on things they did well and things they did not so well." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information …
 
Translational simulation in the context of pandemic refers to the subset, which is oftentimes but not always in-situ simulation activity. This is really targeting a particular service outcome and involves going through essentially a quality improvement cycle of studying it, planning, doing something, restudying it, acting on that. COVID-19 pandemic…
 
This episode (part 1) will show you a different way to perceive your doctors, told by an actual physician herself! Joanne Jarret. Some of the most relevant points she made are: Doctors don’t remember most patients, much less specific details Not all doctors are rich! Why it takes so long for the doctor to see us at the office, even 1 hour after the…
 
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