The Concierge Medicine Show
Summary: The average weight time to see a primary care doctor is 19 days. And after waiting nearly 3 weeks to be seen, typical lobby wait times are 1-2 hours. Then, if you're lucky, you'll get 5 minutes with your doctor. People are frustrated and deserve more. This show will give you everything you need for you and your doctor to have meaningful conversations. And, frankly, some of these conversations might just save your life.
Progesterone Replacement in Women
Testosterone Replacement In Women
Estrogen Replacement In Women
Testosterone Replacement In Men
The human experience is that we peak around 25 years old, then we stay relatively steady for about a decade only to slowly and steadily decline over the next 40 or 50 years. This is the narrative that we've all come to accept as normal because it's common. But do we have to? In today's episode I'm going to be giving you the two most important reasons why you need to replace your hormones, the two biggest misconceptions about hormone replacement, and a few conversations that you need to have with your doctor about hormone replacement.
Why is getting healthy so hard? How is it that we can be so good at setting and achieving our goals in every area of our life, but yet, continue to struggle over and over again when it comes to our health related goals? If you're like most people, you're successful at every area of your life except lingering health related issues. Maybe it's an unhealthy weight, diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol, fatigue, mismanaged stress, or a lack of sleep. it's something that lingers every year. How can this be? How is it that a successful person like yourself, who has a thriving business, family, and interpersonal life struggle with something as trivial as weight or sleep? The answer lies in goal setting.
THERE IS NO CURE FOR ALZHEIMER'S DEMENTIA AND RATES ARE SKYROCKETING. To be alive but not present. This is dementia. It's torture and devastating to families. In this week's blog, I'm going to be teaching you the things that you need to be doing in order to decrease your risk of getting this horrible disease, and the conversations you need to have with your doctor around this topic.
Reducing Heart Disease risk
Did you know that your body only has one mechanism to lower blood sugar other than exercise? Insulin. But what happens when that one mechanism that you have begins to fail? In today's blog, we are going to unpack the concept of insulin resistance. I believe it is one of the most important and critical topics in all of medicine for the next 20 years. To be diabetic is to be insulin resistant.
Have you ever wondered if your thyroid was contributing to your health problems? Are you cold all the time? Do you struggle with a healthy weight? Have you even tried thyroid medicine before and felt better?! If so, this episode is for you.
Eat less, exercise more -- the universal advice given to anybody who needs to lose weight. Yet, when you work out, your appetite goes up along with the scale, and you end up frustrated every time. Never fear, there is a solution. In this blog, I'm going to give you some clear perspective on exercise - the benefits, how to do it correctly, and the conversations you need to have with your doctor about it. But this dogma is founded on 35 years of bad doctrine.
Getting better can seem impossible. What happened to those days when you could sleep all day and still be ready for bed at night? As a fast-track executive, you’re always trying to manage your time and find balance between family life with your work ambitions. It can be really hard to turn off all the noise in your head. In this week’s show, I'm going to give you three conversations that you need to have with your primary care physician as it pertains to sleep.