This week on the podcast, we feature Dr. Aimie Apigian. This episode is an incredibly inspiring story about her journey from general surgery residency to addiction medicine, and now to teaching other practitioners and doctors about the nervous system and how it affects addiction.
This week on the podcast, we have another episode in our New Models Series focused on concierge care for the poor. Dr. Angela Bymaster and her husband Brett are on to talk to us about a really unique community-focused model of business that they created.
This week, we are talking pharmacies, pharmacists, and the reinvention of medicine. Melody Hartzler, PharmD, BCACP, BC-ADM is a pharmacist on the frontlines, organizing a new model of functional medicine-trained pharmacists integrated with primary care and specialty care.
In this episode, Dr. Maya Shetreat talks about her journey with terrain medicine and how that concept aligned all her clinical interests and passions. We also talk about how terrain and community connections go hand in hand, and how functional medicine practices can use her insight to treat patients with the terrain theory mindset.
This is a new podcast segment that we’re doing called Controversies in Nutrition, and in each session, we are going to take some big controversies that have been brought to us by listeners and ask Dr. Tom Guilliams about them. If you’re not familiar with Dr. Guilliams’ work, he’s been a central mythbuster in the field of functional integrative medicine for more than a decade. In this episode, we got into N-acetyl cysteine, strontium and fish oil.
This week on the podcast, we spoke to Josh Crolle from Evexia Diagnostics, who are going to be one of our new partners. We talked about the genesis of Evexia, what it means. Also, we talked about how Evexia can become an extension of your practice and remove and reduce the administrative burden of being in functional medicine practice.