When we started Evolution of Medicine, we saw a theme emerging that conversations about evolution were going to be critical for understanding all the different ways in which medicine was evolving. With that in mind, who better to have on the podcast than two evolutionary biologists? Husband-and-wife team Dr. Bret Weinstein and Dr. Heather Heying became famous in 2017 when…
Tune in as we hear from three chiropractors, Dr. Bill Hammer, Dr. Russell Sher and Dr. Todd Di Leo, and Tracy Jones, DO, as they share how they’ve moved toward their own practice vision in the last five years, how those visions differ dramatically, and how they’ve built strong connection and friendship, even though they’ve never met in person.
In this episode, we have Dr. David Perlmutter on to talk about his new book, Drop Acid. Dr. Perlmutter talks about how he chose this topic and the profound impact of restoring metabolic health and controlling uric acid with simple dietary and lifestyle tweaks.
This episode is part of our Success Leaves Clues Series and features Helen Perks, a nutritionist from the UK. She joined the Practice Accelerator in 2017, and as you listen to her story, you’ll hear just how valuable a supportive community of practitioners can be when building your practice.
In this episode, we talk about some of the hot topics in coding, like chronic care management, remote patient monitoring, remote therapeutic monitoring. All the things that are from 2021 and into 2022, that is making it a lot more palatable for doctors who want to practice in this way to bill and have clinics insurance, both government and commercial.
In this episode, we talk about the growth of the movement and the surprising places where functional medicine is really starting to take off. We also talk about food as medicine and why personal growth is such a critical part of not only getting people well, but also growing the functional medicine movement worldwide.