Today we welcome Dr. Jeremy Schmoe of Minnesota Functional Neurology and Chiropractic. This is just a fascinating podcast talking about the importance of brain health and rehabilitating the brain for optimal wellness.
This has been one of my favorite podcasts to date because people don't talk enough about the importance of rehabilitating the brain no matter what the trauma has been. Dr. Schmoe breaks this down into an easy to understand way. On top of that his background is very impressive.
Dr. Jeremy Schmoe (DC DACNB FACFN, FABBI), a Minnesota concussion doctor and owner of Minnesota Functional Chiropractic & Neurology (MFNC.) He is a leading practitioner who works with patients from all over Minnesota as well as the USA.
Dr. Schmoe has successfully completed the TBI Fellowship Examination for Brain Injury Rehabilitation and specializes in helping patients who are suffering from concussions and complex brain injuries, and is an expert in Chiropractic Functional Neurology. Dr. Schmoe is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist and a Fellow of Functional Neurology.
Dr. Schmoe is also a speaker for the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies, where he shares his expertise and presents advice on managing patients with concussion and brain injury. In this role, he teaches and educates other practitioners about clinical applications in functional neurology. He has also lectured for the Minnesota Chiropractic Association, Northwestern Health Science University, University of Minnesota Sports Performance Program and various patient support groups.
Dr. Schmoe can be found at the two following websites:
Today we welcome Erica Brahan to discuss with us the limitations and frustrations of food restrictions that are specific to teenagers. Erica shares with us her journey with various health concerns and food restrictions. This podcast is jam packed with both information about food sensitivities and what they are and how to best incorporate dietary changes into your life when your food is making you sick.
Thanks Erica for coming on the show and if anyone is looking for her book or more information, check out Erica's blog at edibleattitudes.com.
BTBHA welcomes back Michelle Langdon from the Embodied Life for the third part of our three-part series. In this podcast, we discuss the effect that social media has on our self-worth and how we can promote balance in a society that is driven by social media.
This is one of my favorite conversations so far and I really think that so many people will find benefit from the different topics that we bring up in this podcast.
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In this podcast, Dr. Meaghan Kirschling discusses natural approaches to fertility and reproductive health. Reproduction is a complicated system, and infertility issues affect many women. However, we do not talk about all the aspects of reproduction enough, and this podcast focuses on starting that important conversation.
In this podcast, we want to discuss fertility and provide some examples of individuals that Dr. Meaghan has helped with fertility.
IN THIS PODCAST, WE WILL ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING ASPECTS OF FERTILITY
Dr. Meaghan and Dr. Ron tackle the second part of the book The Second Brain by Dr. Michael Gershon. This book is jam packed with great research and information about the physiology of the digestive system. We discuss the research, how it changed functional medicine and what it means to everyone.
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Podcast 112: Th1/Th2 Balance
BTBHA welcomes back Patrick Plum to discuss Th1/Th2 Balance. Patrick shares with us his personal story about Th1 and Th2 dominance in order to show the importance of balancing the immune system when dealing with chronic diseases of the immune system such as Lyme Disease.
This is an aspect of health and infectious diseases that practitioners don't always explore. Therefore, it is important for everyone to understand the way the both parts of the immune system (the cell-mediated Th1 and the humoral-mediated Th2) work.
Supplements that don't affect either Th1 or Th2 include Vitamin D, colostrum and fish oil. Here is how the two systems of Th1 and Th2 breakdown:
Thank you Patrick Plum for coming on the show again. If you would like to stay connected to Patrick. Find him on facebook under his name or Instagram under Patrick Plum Lyme Warrior
Podcast 111: Book Club 1 The Second Brain by Michael D. Gersh
In the first part of this book club, Dr. Meaghan Kirschling and Dr. Ronnie Kirschling discuss Part 1 of the book. Dr. Michael Gershon has spent his career studying the digestive system and its intricate role in overall health and wellness.
We are seeing so many more digestive system concerns and many functional medicine doctors focus on the digestive system as the route of all health. This was the groundbreaking book that really connects the reasons for the importance of the digestive system for nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system wellbeing.
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We welcome back Michelle Langdon from the Embodied Life for the second part of our series with her about how our thoughts affect our actions and goals in life.
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In this last part of the book club on The WahlsProtocol by Dr. Terry Wahls we sum up Part 3 of the book. This part of the book was called Going Beyond Food. Itaddresses the other components of optimal health and wellnessincluding exercise, supplementing, and alternative medicine.
In this podcast, Dr Meaghan and Dr. Ron discuss a variety oftopics that Dr. Wahls brings up in this book. This book is a greatoverview of functional medicine and there is a lot of great talkingpoints.
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