Straight Shot Health Talk

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Sinopsis

A physician led podcast devoted to health & wellness strategies with an emphasis on preventive medicine. Also with tips on how to navigate our healthcare system effectively.

Episodios

  • How After 24 Years Of Practice Lisa Reinvigorated Her Passion By Working With Pain.

    How After 24 Years Of Practice Lisa Reinvigorated Her Passion By Working With Pain.

    30/05/2020 Duración: 31min

    “This has helped reinvigorate my passion for my career because I’ve been at burnout at least twice and ready to walk away. So I’m as energized as ever to do what I do.”     Dr. Kevin: Hey folks, welcome back to another episode of Straight Shot Health Talk. This is your host, Dr. Kevin...Read More »

  • How To Use The Science of Pain For Trauma Care

    How To Use The Science of Pain For Trauma Care

    27/05/2020 Duración: 56min

    A discussion with Tina Corey, LCSW   Dr. Kevin: Hey folks… Welcome back to another episode of Straight Shot Health Talk. This is your host, Dr. Kevin and for today, we have a very special guest. Her name is Tina Corey and Ms. Corey is a social worker with Linn County Mental Health. She has...Read More »

  • Why How We Talk About Pain Matters

    Why How We Talk About Pain Matters

    16/01/2020 Duración: 01h01min

    Setting The Path Towards Healing Pain A discussion with Curable’s CEO, John Gribbin.                                                         Links: CurableHealth.Com Like Mind, Like Body Podcast

  • Do You Really Need Spine Surgery?

    Do You Really Need Spine Surgery?

    07/12/2019 Duración: 38min

    Everyday people see surgeons about their back pain. But how do you know when (or even if) back surgery is appropriate for you? Until now that decision relied heavily on what your spine surgeon told you and, unfortunately, spine surgeons overall are not making great decisions on your behalf . (see prior podcasts on the...Read More »

  • The Science Of False Memories

    The Science Of False Memories

    18/10/2019 Duración: 23min

    A conversation with Marie Buda, PhD Dr. Buda’s research thesis at the University of Cambridge was on the science of false memories. More importantly, we discuss how malleable memories actually are and the importance of this to pain. Dr. Buda’s website  

  • Why Stress Matters To Pain (Stress  Pain Webinar)

    Why Stress Matters To Pain (Stress & Pain Webinar)

    29/08/2019 Duración: 49min

    “Stress Management” is widely recommended for persistent pain…the question is why? This podcast episode comes from a live webinar provided to registrants of The Pain Class (for clinicians) and Why We Hurt   (similar material but for non-clinicians). Both programs are available for free at https://straightshothealth.thinkific.com/collections Registrants can also optin to receive emails on updates and...Read More »

  • The Personal Story of Pain Behind How A Smart Phone App That Transforms Lives Came To Be…

    The Personal Story of Pain Behind How A Smart Phone App That Transforms Lives Came To Be…

    20/07/2019 Duración: 43min

    An episode of back pain when he was 19 was the beginning of a 15-year journey of pain for John Gribbin. An MRI then led to physical therapy… And massage therapy. And creams, gels, and topical solutions. And foam rollers. And pills and supplements. But no relief for fifteen years. Until one day he talked to...Read More »

  • Leading With Stress To Talk About Pain…

    Leading With Stress To Talk About Pain…

    20/04/2019 Duración: 10min

    –A Discussion with Lianne Dyche, LCSW Many clinicians struggle with introducing pain science to their patients in practice but what if there was a ‘backdoor’ way to do it better?   That instead vomiting forth all the exciting science (& it is exciting) and overwhelming your client, you start with something easier to get buyin with....Read More »

  • “How Understanding The ‘New Paradigm’ of Pain Transforms Psychology’s Role In Pain Care”

    “How Understanding The ‘New Paradigm’ of Pain Transforms Psychology’s Role In Pain Care”

    17/04/2019 Duración: 46min

    “…And then I provide a framework through understanding what they’re experiencing and why, and what can be done to help with it. You can see this relief in their presentation, and then when we go on to actually provide the goods, make changes in life, their life gets a whole lot better and it’s really...Read More »

  • From The Biomechanical To The Bioplastic: A Clinician’s Pain Journey

    From The Biomechanical To The Bioplastic: A Clinician’s Pain Journey

    15/03/2019 Duración: 31min

    What Happens For You & Your Clients When You Move From The Old ‘Biomechanical’ To The New ‘Bioplastic’ Science of Pain? If you believe pain ‘oozes’ out of structures like pus out of an abscess, you’re not alone. Almost everyone does. In fact, the foundation of almost all clinical pain education thinks of pain in...Read More »

  • Yoga For Pain: Applying The Science of Pain Through The Art of Yoga

    Yoga For Pain: Applying The Science of Pain Through The Art of Yoga

    15/03/2019 Duración: 33min

    “Yoga & Pain” or “Yoga For Pain”?  Is there even a difference? Well, yes. One doesn’t incorporate modern pain science into its practice. (Maybe assuming… “We’ll just focus on Yoga and your pain might improve.” The other does incorporate up-to-date pain science into its practice. Now, you’re using yoga (& meditation) intentionally towards improving pain....Read More »

  • Are You A ‘Fixer’ Or A ‘Facilitator?’

    Are You A ‘Fixer’ Or A ‘Facilitator?’

    14/03/2019 Duración: 27min

      One leads to burnout. The other? Transformation. What’s the difference between a ‘fixing’ and a ‘facilitating’ mindset? Who is the person who has control over a client’s outcomes? And what happens when the clinician changes their perspective from a ‘fixer’ to a ‘facilitator of change’ with their clients? A discussion with Lianne Dyche, LCSW...Read More »

  • Obesity, The Gut, Surgery,  Pain

    Obesity, The Gut, Surgery, & Pain

    25/02/2019 Duración: 30min

    A discussion with Dr. Erika La Vella Erika La Vella, DO is a bariatric surgeon who focuses on helping people with morbid obesity to lose weight and improve their health. But surgery is only one ‘tool’ she uses to facilitate this. In this interview, we talk about seeing and addressing the entire ‘pattern’ of obesity...Read More »

  • Talking Pain With Mark Kargela, DPT (A Reverse Interview)

    Talking Pain With Mark Kargela, DPT (A Reverse Interview)

    12/02/2019 Duración: 47min

    Talking ‘pain’ is one of my favorite things to do so when Mark Kargela, DPT of Modern Pain Care asked about doing a live chat with his Facebook Group I gladly said, “Yes.” Then he was kind enough to share the audio for a podcast. Thank you, Mark, for sharing the interview and for all you...Read More »

  • When  How Do You Introduce Pain Science To Your Clients?

    When & How Do You Introduce Pain Science To Your Clients?

    12/02/2019 Duración: 17min

    A Discussion With Sharna Prasad, PT When clinicians first start learning about the science of pain one of the big stumbling points is,  “How DO I Use This In My Practice?!?” Part of that is understanding when & how to introduce your client to pain science. In this interview, Ms. Sharna Prasad provides some insights into how she has successfully incorporated her...Read More »

  • A Dancer’s Journey With Pain In Her Physical Therapy Practice

    A Dancer’s Journey With Pain In Her Physical Therapy Practice

    08/02/2019 Duración: 38min

    Sara Slack is a physical therapist with a background in dance and education. Initially, her exposure to treating pain in her practice was what most clinicians had (e.g. minimal training, difficult encounters). However, over time, she has invested in learning and incorporating the science of pain into her practice. In this discussion, we talk about...Read More »

  • Working Beyond The ‘Safety Net’–Helping A Population With Trauma To Transform Their Pain

    Working Beyond The ‘Safety Net’–Helping A Population With Trauma To Transform Their Pain

    08/01/2019 Duración: 40min

    A conversation with Lianne Dyche, LCSW. Lianne Dyche stumbled into the care of pain with a question she asked when she just started working for Linn County Mental Health. That question was, “Where do you need help?” That question is reflective of much of what Lianne does as she has the uncanny ability to listen...Read More »

  • After Transforming Her Own Pain After Thirty Years of Physical Therapy Practice, Now She’s On A Mission…

    After Transforming Her Own Pain After Thirty Years of Physical Therapy Practice, Now She’s On A Mission…

    05/01/2019 Duración: 40min

    What happens when the therapist, who treats chronic pain, experiences chronic pain herself?

  • Is our Healthcare System Answering or Amplifying The “Paindemic”?

    Is our Healthcare System Answering or Amplifying The “Paindemic”?

    18/12/2018 Duración: 58min

    Melissa Cady, DO is an anesthesiologist and fellowship-trained pain specialist. In this episode, we discuss the problems she sees in the pain world from her perspective as an anesthesiologist… (e.g. What is it like to meet someone five minutes before their scheduled back surgery…and realize that no other conservative care had been discussed previously?) And...Read More »

  • Can Things Get Better After 60+ Years of Living in Pain?

    Can Things Get Better After 60+ Years of Living in Pain?

    13/12/2018 Duración: 34min

    If you ever have the pleasure of meeting Ms. Maureen 'Mo' Forrest the first thing you notice about her is her enthusiasm, energy, and kindness. And if you ask her why... Well, let's just say you're in for a surprise. Because Mo has a story that begins with childhood trauma, fear, and 60+ years of pain. But ends with a life transformed.

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