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Delivering Health Podcast
Dr. Gary Kaplan has spent his career looking for integrative medical solutions to some of medicine’s most difficult problems. As a clinical associate professor at Georgetown University School of Medicine, founder and medical director of the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine and author of Why You Are Still Sick: How Infections Can Break Your Immune System and How You Can Recover, Dr. Kaplan shares important information about the missing link for so many people wanting to feel their best. Kaplan is one of only 19 physicians in the country to be board-certified in both Family Medicine and Pain Medicine.
Hot flashes, brain fog, hair loss, memory, weight gain, muscle aches and fatigue are all stuff women go through during menopause, or anytime their hormones are out of balance. While most docs simply prescribe a pill (or patch), Dr. Nigma Talib also understands and focuses on the important impact your gut has on your hormones and how you’re feeling. The gut-hormone connection is often the piece women (and doctors) are missing to start feeling fantastic again. Dr. Tailb is a researcher, author, speaker, clinician and amazing entrepreneur who I’m excited to talk to today.
Chronic pain affects more than 50 million people in the US. The conventional pharmaceutical approach only treats the symptom, but addressing the underlying causes can give long term relief without any of the side effects. Dr. Sherry McAllister is President of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress and a clinician for more than 25 years. She was a Qualified Medical Examiner and Expert Chiropractic Witness for the State of California.
The pain of your past might still be alive in your body and influencing your health. Your body tells a story, and you can rewrite the narrative. Dr. María is a conventionally trained physician who recognized that there was a gap in her training. Her patients were struggling with the effects of earlier emotional trauma and she was never taught how to help them beyond prescribing a pill.
PCOS is the most common reproductive metabolic condition. It affects 4-12% of women in the U.S. and is linked to heart disease, infertility and much more. Here to talk about this and her own challenges with PCOS is Dr. Sarah Ellis.
Dr. Joshua Levitt has been a clinician and researcher for more than twenty years. As a naturopathic doctor who also supervises Yale Medical School students through rotations in his clinic, Dr. Levitt offers the “best of both worlds” approach to medicine, and is at the forefront of pioneering integrative medical care.