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How to Handle Stress Eating During COVID-19

How to Handle Stress Eating During COVID-19

December 30, 2020

 

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Dr. John Bartemus, Founder of Functional Medicine Charlotte where he helps patients with autoimmunity, chronic infections and a diverse range of medical conditions joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. John Bartemus discuss the following:

  1. What is autoimmune disease?
  2. What are some causes of autoimmune disease?
  3. Why is eating more sometimes the key to losing weight?
  4. What is the perfect diet for autoimmune disease patients?
  5. Why is functional medicine the key to healing autoimmune disease?

Dr. John Bartemus is a chiropractic physician and certified functional medicine practitioner. He has a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Life Services and is a member of several prestigious medical organizations. Dr. Bartemus is the Founder of Functional Medicine Charlotte, where he helps patients with autoimmunity, chronic infections and a diverse range of medical conditions. He is also the international best-selling author of The Autoimmune Answer.


Website: functionalmedicinecharlotte.com

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A Holistic Approach to Helping Depression, Anxiety, and Memory Loss

A Holistic Approach to Helping Depression, Anxiety, and Memory Loss

December 12, 2020

 

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Dr. Bob DeMaria, the Founder of The Drugless Doctors, a chiropractic practice in Cleveland, OH and Naples, FL that also provides personalized nutrition, drugless lab testing, and breast thermography joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractor and Mental Health Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Bob DeMaria discuss the following:

  1. What is mental health?
  2. Why is there such an emphasis on mental health today?
  3. How can the food we consume affect our mental health?
  4. How can someone improve mental health conditions like depression and anxiety naturally?
  5. If someone wanted to begin a roadmap to improve their mental health today, what are the first three things they can do?

Dr. Bob DeMaria is an accomplished healthcare provider with over forty years experience helping individuals from all over the world without ever prescribing a single medication. His educational background includes a degree in Human Biology, specialties in Spinal Engineering and Natural Orthopedic Treatments, valedictorian of his chiropractic class at National University of Health Sciences, and an NHD degree.

He is the founder of The Drugless Doctors, a chiropractic and nutrition-based practice, with locations in Cleveland, Ohio and Naples, Florida. His extensive research and clinical observations have been the foundation for his eleven books, including the new, “Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Mental Health,” which he co-wrote with his wife, Debbie.

An avid fan of life after 5pm, Dr. Bob enjoys riding his bicycle, playing bocce, and celebrating any occasion with his family.

 

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Website: druglessdoctor.com

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The Tech Neck Trek: Walk Down the Path to Better Posture

The Tech Neck Trek: Walk Down the Path to Better Posture

July 4, 2019

 

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Dr. Sherry McAllister, the Executive Vice President of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing public awareness regarding the many benefits of drug-free chiropractic care joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractor & Health News Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Sherry McAllister discuss the following:

  1. Is Posture is a family affair?
  2. What is tech neck?
  3. How does a family work on postural care and why should you pay attention to this?
  4. What are the benefits of seeing a doctor of chiropractic?
  5. Are there any exercises to make improvements to your posture?

Dr. Sherry McAllister, DC, M.S. (Ed) CCSP, serves as the Executive Vice President for the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, the national not-for-profit organization dedicated to building consumer awareness regarding the benefits of chiropractic care.

Dr. McAllister earned her Masters in Education from the University of California East Bay and is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West, where she served as an Associate Professor. Recently appointed to Forbes Non-Profit Council.

She is a frequent guest speaker for National conventions, Corporate Wellness Programs, as well as Business and Healthcare Alliances.

Dr. McAllister has served as a Qualified Medical Examiner, Expert Chiropractic Witness for the State of California, and has been in private practice in San Jose since 1996.

 

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Website: www.f4cp.org

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Empowering Chiropractic Patients to Ask Better Questions

Empowering Chiropractic Patients to Ask Better Questions

December 3, 2018

 

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Dr. Christine Goertz, who is the senor scientific advisor for the American Chiropractic Association as well as chairperson of ACA’s Committee on Quality Assurance and Accountability again joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractor & Health News Channels. ACA represents members of the chiropractic profession nationwide and advocates for issues that are important to chiropractors and their patients.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Christine Goertz discuss the following:

  1. Shared decision making is a hot topic in health care circles. Can you explain to us what is meant by shared decision making, and what is the American Chiropractic Association doing to promote it?
  2. Tell us about ACA’s Choosing Wisely recommendations. The first one is about X-ray use for low back pain. I understand it’s one of the most widely adopted recommendations by groups participating in the Choosing Wisely program.
  3. Your recommendations also address X-ray for charting progress. What should patients be aware of?
  4. There are two recommendations that are similar – one is about the use of physical therapy modalities and another about the use of back supports without an active treatment plan. Can’t these things on their own provide relief?
  5. We have a very bad problem with opioid overuse and abuse in this country, and one of the biggest reasons why opioids are prescribed is for low back pain. What do patients need to know if they are experiencing chronic low back pain?

Christine Goertz, DC, PhD, is the Chief Operating Officer of the Spine Institute for Quality. She is also President of Christine Goertz LLC and an Adjunct Associate at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Duke University Medical Center.

Prior to joining Spine Institute for Quality, she was vice chancellor of research and health policy at Palmer College of Chiropractic for 11 years. Her 25-year research career has focused on working with multidisciplinary teams to design and implement clinical and health services research studies designed to increase knowledge about the effectiveness and cost of complementary and integrative healthcare delivery. She has extensive experience in the administration of federal grants, both as a principal investigator and as a program official at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Goertz has received more than $30 million in federal funding as an investigator, primarily from NIH and the Department of Defense. Her areas of focus include the investigation of manual therapies for spine-related disorders, and integrative healthcare for cardiovascular disease. Goertz serves on the Board of Governors for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, where she has assumed numerous leadership roles, and is a member of the NIH/NCCIH National Advisory Council. She also chairs the American Chiropractic Association’s Committee on Quality Assurance and Accountability.

Goertz received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University and her PhD in health services research, policy and administration from the University of Minnesota.

 

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Movement and Your Musculoskeletal Health

Movement and Your Musculoskeletal Health

October 3, 2018

 

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Dr. Robert Hayden, DC, PhD, a Chiropractor from Griffin, Georgia, who is also a delegate of the American Chiropractic Association joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractic & Health News Channels. ACA represents members of the chiropractic profession nationwide and advocates for issues that are important to chiropractors and their patients.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Robert Hayden discuss the following:

  1. We hear a lot about how physical activity can benefit our cardiovascular system, help us lose weight and get fit. But how does movement help our bones, muscles and joints—also known as the musculoskeletal system?
  2. Why does moving get harder as we age? Can we prevent or slow down the aging process on our bones, muscles and joints?
  3. In your experience, what are the top reasons why people aren’t moving more?
  4. For years we were told to restrict physical activity when we had back pain. Why was that bad advice? How does movement help people heal?
  5. How can people get moving? What are some of the best activities for those who may be largely inactive right now?

 

Dr. Robert Hayden maintains a private practice in Griffin, Georgia, just south of Atlanta. Dr. Hayden is a past president of the Georgia Chiropractic Association and was named the organization’s "Chiropractor of the Year" in 2006.

Prior to receiving his doctor of chiropractic degree, Dr. Hayden was a cardiovascular clinical nurse specialist. He devoted 18 years to the nursing profession, serving as executive director of the Mississippi Nurses’ Association, and as a registered lobbyist and continuing education consultant.

Dr. Hayden holds bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and nursing, and received his master’s degree in nursing from the University of Alabama. He also holds a PhD from the University of Mississippi and in 1995 received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Life University.

 

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Website: www.acatoday.org

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Pain Care Without the Pill: A drug-free, cost-effective and safe approach to working through your pain using chiropractic care

Pain Care Without the Pill: A drug-free, cost-effective and safe approach to working through your pain using chiropractic care

January 5, 2018

 

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Dr. Sherry McAllister, a Full-time Practicing Chiropractor and the Executive Vice President of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to building awareness regarding the value of chiropractic care.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Sherry McAllister discuss the following:

  • What is chiropractic care and why do people see doctors of chiropractic?
  • What are some of the benefits of chiropractic care?
  • Are there objective research findings that showcase chiropractic is effective for back and neck pain?
  • If I’m interested in looking into chiropractic further, what would you recommend?

 

Sherry McAllister, DC, M.S. (Ed) CCSP, serves as the Executive Vice President for the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, the national not-for- profit organization creating positive press for Chiropractic.

Dr. McAllister earned her Masters in Education from the University of California East Bay and is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West, where she served as an Associate Professor. She is a frequent guest speaker for National conventions, Corporate Wellness Programs, as well as Business and Healthcare Alliances. She enjoys working with chiropractic student clubs, Preceptor doctors, and being a Community Liaison.

Dr. McAllister has served as a Qualified Medical Examiner, Expert Chiropractic Witness for the State of California, and has been in private practice in San Jose since 1996.

 

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Website: www.f4cp.com

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/f4cp

Choosing Wisely Campaign and how can it help chiropractic patients achieve the best care possible

Choosing Wisely Campaign and how can it help chiropractic patients achieve the best care possible

December 13, 2017

 

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Dr. Christine Goertz, the Senior Scientific Advisor for the American Chiropractic Association, the leading professional association representing chiropractors in the United States joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractor & Health News Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Christine Goertz discuss the following:

  • What is the Choosing Wisely campaign and how can it help chiropractic patients achieve the best care possible?
  • Two of ACA’s recommendations are related to reducing X-ray exposure. Can you tell me more about that? What do patients need to know?
  • The third recommendation says to avoid using therapies like heat, cold, electrical stimulation and ultrasound alone. Why is that? Many people find that those are quick and easy ways to find pain relief.
  • The fourth recommendation deals with chronic pain and mental health. Tell us more about that recommendation...and about the connection between chronic pain and conditions such as depression and anxiety.
  • The last recommendation cautions against long-term use of very common items -- lumbar supports or lumbar braces – for the treatment or prevention of low-back pain. How are these items helpful for acute pain but maybe less so for long-term conditions?
  • Where can patients go to find a good chiropractor?

 

Dr. Christine Goertz, DC, PhD, currently chairs the American Chiropractic Association’s Committee on Quality Assurance and Accountability. Goertz is also the Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy at Palmer College of Chiropractic and Chief Executive Officer of the Spine Institute for Quality (Spine IQ.)

Her scientific interests include clinical and health services research evaluating patient-centered outcomes and interprofessional collaboration related to complementary and integrative health care delivery, with a focus on spine-related pain and disability. Goertz has been the recipient of several awards for her work in the chiropractic field, including ACA's 2012 Chiropractor of the Year, the 2013 Lincoln Research Prize, and the 2011 Palmer College Chiropractic Honorary Alumna.

In March 2017, Goertz accepted the prestigious Scott Haldeman Award for Outstanding Research by the World Federation of Chiropractic on behalf of the Palmer College Research Team for conducting a large-scale, multi-site clinical trial which studied the effectiveness of chiropractic care for active-duty military personnel with low-back pain.

For over 25 years, Goertz has addressed multidisciplinary science and health policy issues at the state and federal levels, and has served as a member of the American Medical Association’s Measurement Advisory Committee and a program officer of the NIH National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), where she managed a portfolio focused on musculoskeletal disease, pain, and health services research.  She is a member of the NIH/NCCIH National Advisory Council as well as a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractors. She received her doctor of chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University and a PhD in Health Services Research Policy and Administration from the University of Minnesota.

 

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Back to Basics: Injury Prevention and Treatment

Back to Basics: Injury Prevention and Treatment

October 13, 2017

 

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Dr. Robert Hayden, a media spokesperson and the Georgia delegate for the American Chiropractic Association, the largest professional chiropractic organization in the United States joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractor & Health News Channels. Dr. Hayden is also a practicing chiropractor in Griffin, Georgia.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Robert Hayden discuss the following:

  • Let's talk about back pain. Who is at risk of suffering from back pain?
  • What can the public do themselves to improve and maintain their spinal health throughout their lifetime?
  • What if self-care alone doesn't work? How can chiropractors help?
  • What evidence is available to support what chiropractors do?
  • How can people learn more about chiropractic and find a good chiropractor near them?

 

Dr. Robert Hayden maintains a private practice in Griffin, Ga., just south of Atlanta. Dr. Hayden is a media spokesperson for the American Chiropractic Association and serves as the Georgia delegate in the ACA House of Delegates.

Dr. Hayden is a past president of the Georgia Chiropractic Association and was named the organization’s "Chiropractor of the Year" in 2006. Prior to receiving his doctor of chiropractic degree, Dr. Hayden was a cardiovascular clinical nurse specialist. He devoted 18 years to the nursing profession, serving as executive director of the Mississippi Nurses’ Association, and as a registered lobbyist and continuing education consultant.

Dr. Hayden holds bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and nursing, and received his master’s degree in nursing from the University of Alabama. He also holds a PhD from the University of Mississippi and in 1995 received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Life University.

 

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Bio-Hacking & Anti-Ageing with Dr. Emily Kiberd

Bio-Hacking & Anti-Ageing with Dr. Emily Kiberd

June 14, 2017

 

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Dr. Emily Kiberd, Chiropractor, wellness media expert and movement specialist & Owner/Founder of Urban Wellness Clinic where they are movement experts—chiropractic doctors, physical therapists, personal trainers, and athletes—empowering people to move smarter, better, and pain-free joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractic & Health News Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Emily Kiberd discuss the following:

  • What are some health situations where you've seen biohacking utilized as a remedy.
  • BioHacking allows you to better understand your body, further enabling one to heal themselves- how have you chosen to teach this practice?
  • What do you find to be different about biohacking vs. other practices
  • Do you think biohacking will change the future? How do you think we can get more people to be inspired by it
  • Whats your most favorite piece about the practice that isn't a common factor.

 

Dr. Emily Kiberd is the founder of Urban Wellness Clinic, the premier wellness center in Midtown Manhattan. Dr. Kiberd is a Chiropractor, a luxury fitness-wellness media expert, and incredulous biohacker.

Dr. Kiberd's mission is to optimize every patient's health in order to empower them to move smarter, stronger, and pain free. From the corporate executive to celebrities, and from the professional athletes to the weekend warrior; Dr. Kiberd has used her combined power of medical knowledge with health and wellness to created a community of experts at Urban Wellness Clinic. The team ensures wellness becomes a naturally progressive process of your everyday life.

As a result of her integrated style, Dr. Kiberd has been featured in more than 40 media outlets including Self, Refinery 29, Vogue, Observer, Dr. Oz, Elle and I Heart Radio to name a few. Dr. Kiberd is often quoted on her expertise within biomechanics, nutrition, and high level fitness-athletic performance. Dr. Emily has also trained soccer star Alex Morgan and Olympic runner Sarah Cummings.

As a certified Yoga instructor, she develops wellness programs with Yoga as a base for her corporate clients. Corporations such as Fortress Investment Group, Corbin Capital, Sundance Channel and other Fortune 500 companies have found extended value in the corporate wellness programs Urban Wellness has brought to them. Dr. Kiberd leads education workshops for other Yoga teachers, to help them deepen their understand of anatomy and biomechanics.

Dr. Kiberd's passion for her work shows both in and outside the clinic. If she's not brushing up on health journals, she's taking continuing education classes and workshops on the newest techniques. Dr. Kiberd believes there's always more to learn about the body and how we use it. From new yoga sequences to heal injuries, to learning how to heal strike in order to stop back pain; there's no magic pill, but if there were, Dr. Kiberd would discover it.

 

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Website: www.Urbanwellnessclinic.com

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New Guidelines on Low Back Pain Recommend Use of Non-Drug Treatments First Before Medications

New Guidelines on Low Back Pain Recommend Use of Non-Drug Treatments First Before Medications

April 5, 2017

 

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Dr. William Lauretti, a media spokesperson at the American Chiropractic Association, the leading professional association representing chiropractors in the United States joins eHealth Radio and the Chiropractor & Health News Channels. Dr. Lauretti is also an associate professor at New York Chiropractic College.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. William Lauretti discuss the following:

  • The American College of Physicians recently updated their guidelines for the treatment of acute and chronic low back pain. What changed, and why is the change significant?
  • What is spinal manipulation and how exactly does it help those suffering from low back pain?
  • What does the research tell us about spinal manipulation?
  • Is spinal manipulation the only way that chiropractors can help people suffering from low back pain? What else do they do?
  • How can one find a good chiropractor?

 

Dr. Bill Lauretti spent more than 12 years in private practice in Maryland before joining the Chiropractic Clinical Science faculty at New York Chiropractic College in 2005, where he is currently an Associate Professor. He has written numerous journal articles and textbook chapters about the risks of chiropractic neck treatments, and has lectured extensively on the topic. He has been interviewed by major news outlets about chiropractic risks, including CNN, The Boston Globe, The San Francisco Chronicle and Reuters News Service. 

Dr. Lauretti received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Western States Chiropractic College (now University of Western States) in 1989.  A Fellow of the International College of Chiropractors, he is a past recipient of New York Chiropractic College's Excellence in Teaching Award and ACA’s Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement. He was also named the Maryland Chiropractic Association’s Chiropractor of the Year 2000, and is a past president of the Faculty American Chiropractic Association.

 

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