Mind Theory is a weekly podcast exploring mind over medicine and how in many cases traditional medicine has failed us, and what we can do about it. This podcast is for the everyday curious mind or the give me the details doctor or scientist and everyone in-between. Hosted by Randall Chesnutt “The Architect of Marketing" and Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist Dr Andy Barlow D.C. author of “License to Heal"
By Randall Chesnutt
The Orthobiologics Podcast was born to separate fact from fiction in the branch of regenerative medicine where Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Stem Cells (BMAC), and Prolotherapy are used to improve Orthopedic outcomes with lower risk. Whether used in place of surgery or in combination with surgery, evidence-based Orthobiologics can help athletes with new injuries, weekend warriors with old injuries, or even elderly patients with degenerative conditions like arthritis enhance their function and improve the quality of their life. For questions, check out our website at the Center for Orthobiologics at georgiaboneandjoint.org.
By Trevor Turner MD, RMSK
This podcast is for occupational therapy practitioners and students looking to keep up with evidence based practice. Every other week, we discuss one influential OT-related journal article which will be available for CEU credit when you join the OT Potential Club.
By Sarah Lyon, OTR/L
Hello people! My name is Sean Conohan. Join me as I chip away at the stigma associated with mental illness in the First Responder world, one inspirational guest at a time. My mission is to have guests on with clinical expertise, legislative authority, or stories of hope to remind us that we are absolutely not alone.
By BNV Media
Created and hosted by journalist Emily Kumler, Empowered Health stems from a history of frustration in finding reliable information on women’s bodies and how to best care for them. Each week, we will be breaking down the barriers of health misinformation and arming women with the knowledge they need to live healthier, happier lives.
By Emily Kumler
Curious about the people who are making the world healthier and safer for us all, and what set them on that path? Get inspired as the CDC Foundation interviews experts who share their unique perspectives on today’s toughest health challenges, such as antibiotic resistance, global disease outbreaks, health equality and more.
By CDC Foundation