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Hey there! We’re Luna and Shannon - licensed psychotherapists in private practice who also happen to love tarot. Each episode we work to demystify tarot and explore its connections to mental and emotional health while implementing its inherently helpful tools to better understand ourselves and those around us. Join us as we unravel common struggles related to our behavior, thought patterns, emotions, and relationships while pulling cards to facilitate growth and to help create the life and r ...
 
In the chronic disease arena, most everyone is more than willing to share their story for their own benefit and that of others. At the core of each story is the diagnosis. Everyone has a story to tell, and every storyteller needs an audience. We invite you to join us for the Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis Journey podcast and listen to these unique stories. There's much to learn from each other by listening to these stories of diagnosis. By sharing their experiences with others, the MS Diagnosi ...
 
A weekly look into the life of someone who has been diagnosed with a condition/illness. The interviews find a flow and dialogue around the choices and changes people start to make in their lives when they learn that they have to live with dis-ease, which may have been partially brought about by their life choices. A diagnosis can be seen as a gift if you look at it as a second chance to get to know and treat yourself in a more loving way. Lainie gets raw and intimate and draws out some morse ...
 
Spot Diagnosis examines the common skin complaints that general medical practitioners are frequently presented with. It is tailored specifically for medical students, and GPs, but should also be useful for nurses and pharmacists. The series provides evidence-based, up-to-date medical education & information aimed at upskilling medical practitioners in treating skin complaints, in order to improve the skin health of our communities. The series is hosted by Associate Professor Alvin Chong, sen ...
 
The Diverse-Vascular Cognitive Impairment and Dementia study uses advanced brain imaging and blood-based techniques to understand how vascular changes in late life cause brain injury that lead to cognitive decline. Our goal is to develop educational interventions and assessment strategies for medical doctors to increase their awareness and improve their ability to diagnose and treat cerebrovascular disease in ethnic/racially diverse communities of older adults before it causes cognitive decl ...
 
Hear inspiring discussions with people living with chronic illness. These guests went after their passions and goals -even when everyone told them they couldn't. Listen to stories of resilience and gratitude in the face of uncertainty. Hosted by Andrea W. Hanson, Author, Motivational Speaker, and Autoimmune Rebel living with multiple sclerosis. You’ll not only fall in love with these guests, but you’ll soak up powerful mindset tips and ideas to find your own unique path to success. Please no ...
 
Chasing and achieving dreams after a cancer diagnosis. Move forward on Destiny's Road in a life affirming and self fulfilling way. Hosted by Melanie A. Nix, triple negative breast cancer survivor, transformational speaker and resilience coach. Let's take this journey together from cancer diagnosis to destiny. We will share strategies and support for cancer survivors redefining our new normal and tips to get and utilize destiny fuel. Our Affirmation: Cancer won't stop me. I'm claiming my dest ...
 
15 years too late, we take on a differential diagnosis of every episode of the iconic House MD. Every Monday we discuss a new episode, character or some unique feature of anything House. If you want to let us know what you think about the podcast or anything House MD related, then don't hesitate to message us at @HouseMDCast and give us your thoughts.
 
S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and Adam S. Cifu, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Medical School Academics at the Univers ...
 
This podcast is for anyone who wants to go Beyond The Diagnosis and see things as they are versus what we’ve been told. Join Dr. Ashish Philip Zachariah, an Orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Viroshini Hari Krishnan a health strategist as they navigate the frontiers of medical science while breaking the barriers between the patient and the medical fraternity.Is your diet killing you? Is stem cells the future? Am I just one medical bill away from bankruptcy? At the end of this journey, we hope to ans ...
 
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects 400,000 Americans and is the leading nontraumatic cause of neurological disability in young adults. Although MS is progressive, it is not fatal, and patients generally have a normal lifespan. However, progressive disability imposes increasing limitations and reduced quality of life for these patients. Newly released consensus guidelines offer neurologists and primary care physicians direction to improve the differential diagnosis and develop strategies to faci ...
 
Wherever you are on your gallant voyage to ADHD or Autism in general, don’t let it be a zig-zag solo flight without a pilot! You never see other birds with poo on their shoulders do you, so why should it be just us Phoenixes? Each week on the Fearless Phoenix Podcast, you can expect amazing insights from my incredible guests who are throwing light rays and freshly polished (and lets face it, most likely pinched) spectacles on your unique traits while building a lifestyle around their creativ ...
 
Pain is a common complaint in the primary care setting, and the standard of practice is to assess for the cause of the pain. Patients often present with painful symptoms of unknown etiology that cannot be defined by the degree of inflammation or damage to muscle tissue. Fibromyalgia affects an estimated 10 million people in the United States and is especially common in women. Many patients have additional symptoms including fatigue, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, cognitive problems/mem ...
 
Does having a seizure mean epilepsy, or is it an isolated neurological event? Failure to recognize diagnostic uncertainty between the epilepsies and non-epileptic events may be a factor in high rates of misdiagnosis. Many patients who have been misdiagnosed as having epilepsy have had previous EEGs interpreted as epileptiform that contributed to the misdiagnosis of epilepsy. Patients are often faced with the need to tolerate complex cocktails of medications over long periods of time causing ...
 
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Lee Kilborn is one of those special people that devote their lives to family and service to community. Finding her passion - and absolute talent - early on as a professional volunteer coordinator, Lee made the jump from corporate to work in non-profit. Through her decades in service, she accumulated a volunteer “army” of 1,000’s that would do anyth…
 
As a physician and a patient living with Multiple Sclerosis, Dr. Susan Payrovi has a unique perspective on managing the condition. But even she dismissed her own initial symptoms, putting them down to exhaustion and tendonitis. In this conversation, Dr. Payrovi recounts seeing four separate neurologists before a friend (who was a plastic surgeon) p…
 
Your view of the world depends upon the filters you form from all your experiences. Think positive, and you begin to see more positive things. Conversely, you tend to attract more of it if you mostly think negative thoughts. So it's important to be wary of negative thoughts. Then make a conscious effort to train yourself over time on how to think. …
 
In this special episode, we’ll answer a fresh mix of questions submitted by our listeners with the help of our returning guest panel: Specialist Dermatologists A/Prof Alvin Chong and Dr Belinda Welsh, GP Dr Naveen ‘Sunny’ Singh and GP Trainee Dr Karen Freilich. Ever wondered whether cosmetic laser is really safe? Or how to get rid of dark circles u…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we explore the expansive landscape of Managing Expectations. We begin this journey with the Three of Swords and the Page of Cups - an unlikely pairing, but one that really captures the topic and all of its rocky terrain, the potential for joy, and for heartbreak. We talk about the spaces in between, and how…
 
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in brain research is extremely useful clinically and provides unprecedented resolution and contrast for studying the brain. We discuss the benefits of using an MRI to look for structural problems in the brain, particularly in patients with brain disorders. The many benefits of an MRI are discussed by Dr. John Detric…
 
In this episode of Love your 'epilepsy' Diagnosis I talk with Laurie-Anne about her journey with Epilepsy. Laurie-Anne experiences nocturnal seizures mostly which was a foreign concept to me before we spoke. We discuss the initial diagnosis and then how medications affected her and made her worse. We then discuss how her seizures look now off all t…
 
Do you know someone with an eating disorder? Maybe that friend who thinks she's fat, so she skips eating to the point of starvation, or a loved one who goes through cycles of overeating followed by purging. How about your neighbor who has an unhealthy obsession with eating “pure” food? People with an eating disorder are good at hiding it, so it can…
 
Integrative health coach Michelle Leotta takes us on her story of being a stressed out kid to being a stressed out adult and how the burnout in her life led her to a whole new career. She talks about the frustration of knowing that something was going on with her body, but not getting the answers she needed. Until she finally connected all the dots…
 
When Cassie Martin noticed sensations of tingling and numbness, she initially put it down to being in Wisconsin in the fall. But a feeling like a buzzer, running from her head to her feet, eventually led Cassie to Doctor Google who told her all about Lhermitte’s Sign, a possible symptom of Multiple Sclerosis. In this interview, Cassie says that her…
 
Would you rather have one million dollars right now or a penny that doubles in value every day for 30 days? If you haven't heard that story and are curious to know why on earth someone would choose the penny, you'll be surprised how much more that penny is worth on the 30th day. But what does that have to do with you? If you feel like your efforts …
 
Are you aware of the devastating effects of mold infestation on your health and your whole being? Learn how to protect yourself and your family before it's too late! Today, Dr. Kylie engages in a super informative discussion with Erik Johnson. His involvement in the early study of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and how mold makes people sick has le…
 
Dr. Francesca Owoo is back on the podcast, sharing her knowledge as a therapist and as someone living with a chronic illness who is a caregiver to family members. Dr. Owoo brings her signature straight talk mixed with humor to give us great advice on how to make caregiving relationships much healthier. She also discusses breaking the cultural and g…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we are thrilled to bring to you our second interview ever! We had a chance to sit down with Sheila Ellis, the owner and creator of Writual Planner - a spiritual lifestyle brand focused on providing tools and resources to connect people to their personal tarot practice with more ease. You’ve probably seen us…
 
Linda Kanner was diagnosed with MS in 2007. She had an awareness of the disease through an Uncle, but her official diagnosis still took twenty years after first presenting symptoms to a medical professional. Shortly after this, Linda became a member of the board of The Accelerated Cure Project for MS. She also now serves on the iConquerMS Governing…
 
Essential oils have been getting a lot of attention for their therapeutic benefit. Some people use a unique blend to create a certain ambiance in an environment. But do essential oils really work? One thing is for sure–essential oils can make a positive impact on your health and well-being as long as you use quality oils and use them in a safe way.…
 
Molds may cause various health issues and can lead to symptoms such as stuffy nose, wheezing, and itchy eyes or skin, among others. But there are more serious health risks that you may not be aware of. For example, people with allergies or asthma may experience more severe reactions to continuous mold exposure. So how do you test for mold, and what…
 
Helen Mallaburn is a hashimoto’s recovery specialist and nutritional therapist. She lived on the adrenaline of a high stress job, doing lots of sports, working out, and having a very active social life - until her health made her slow down when she developed autoimmune disorders including hashimoto's. She had to reframe her thinking around her heal…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we explore the concept of scarcity and abundance. These words get thrown around a lot and often conjure up intense emotions - including anxiety. So, it was no surprise when we opened the episode by pulling The Tower and Nine of Swords. There is plenty to unpack with this topic - including spirituality, ment…
 
When she noticed the appearance of strange symptoms, Kathy Reagan Young put them down to being an exhausted stay-at-home mom. It was only down to the input of friends and business associates that she was able to be fast-tracked to a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. Kathy recognizes the privilege and luck that played a part in her high-speed diagnos…
 
How would you feel if you get diagnosed with a chronic condition like multiple sclerosis (MS)? While MS itself is not fatal, people with MS often have to suffer complications that can severely impact their quality of life, living in constant pain and discomfort. But there's hope. Today's guest is a walking testimony that you can overcome a diagnosi…
 
Are you pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine? Vaccines have long been the subject of various ethical controversies, like government mandates, research and testing, and informed consent. But, whichever side you go for, it is your right to choose. Whether we like it or not, vaccination will likely be a part of the public health response to future pandemic thr…
 
Genes are a segment of DNA that are essentially providing a blueprint of all the instructions that our cells need in order for them to function. Henrietta Lacks and her “immortal” cells have been a fixture in the medical research community for decades: they helped develop the polio vaccine in the 1950s; they traveled to space to see how cells react…
 
Dr. Lj Johnson is a women’s hormone coach, specializing in endometriosis, PCOS and fibroids. She’s living with endometriosis herself, and has worked in the health and fitness industry for over 20 years. She’s got quite a story - including being a peppy morning news fitness coach (while feeling like her body was out of control) - and working on The …
 
Here’s the thing, we all have a bit of a cynic inside of us. And that’s not a bad thing - except for when it starts to get out of control. This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we explore our inner cynic, recognizing the ways in which it serves us, and discussing how to recognize when it has moved from being helpful to being harmful. There’s a …
 
Renita Larsen was an athlete and a dancer when her mysterious symptoms began. She shares her journey over several years and even surgery before connecting with a neurologist who put her history together. Renita credits the support of her family for getting her through years of doctors who told her she was too young and active to have any issues. In…
 
Do you feel constantly distracted and jump from one business venture to another? Do you feel the need to purchase new or trendy products or services? If so, you might be dealing with the shiny objects syndrome. And you're not alone. Many people fall into the same situation, going from one thing to the next, constantly comparing themselves to what o…
 
Does weight loss bring you closer to your health goals? Many people associate weight loss with being healthy, mainly because being overweight leads to many health complications. But in reality, many factors affect your overall health. And that's what Dr. Kylie and her guest, Naturopathic Doctor Angela Rahm, will discuss. Get ready to learn the role…
 
Elizabeth Guthrie is a board certified wellness practitioner who is living with PTSD and Long Covid. She’s an expert in Trauma and helps people use natural wellness as part of a trauma recovery program. There are so many questions around trauma - what it really is, do we have to address all of it, do we even have to know why we have it? She gets in…
 
Hope could have been Teresa Wright-Johnson’s middle name because she exudes hope in all she does. Treatment for a workplace injury was the trigger for her MS diagnosis, which added an additional dimension to her already impressive health advocacy work. She shares the story of learning she had multiple sclerosis on top of living with congenital hear…
 
If you are a practitioner who wants a better way to help your patients, this conversation between Dr. Kylie and Dr. Brooke Kersten will shed some light for you. Dr. Brooke is a chiropractor who specializes in functional health. In today's episode, she walks us through how learning about Functional Blood Work from Dr. Kylie has elevated her practice…
 
Welcome to another episode with two Functional Health Practitioners. Today, Dr. Kylie and Julie Alsaker discuss how she transitioned from her role as an ASL interpreter in the medical field, delivering messages, to finding her voice and helping people move away from fear-based decision-making. She also talks about her journey to overcoming Hashimot…
 
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