Podcast by Dave Rudman
E10 - Yoga for Athletes with Sage Rountree11/12/2018 Duración: 44min
On Episode 10 of the East West Functional Medicine podcast, Sarajean talks to Sage Rountree, Sage is a PhD and E-RYT 500 yoga teacher, and she is on the show to discuss yoga for athletes. Sage has two programs at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in 2019 which can be found here: https://kripalu.org/presenters-programs/presenters/sage-rountree
E9 - Every Bite is Divine with Annie Kay RD20/07/2018 Duración: 51min
On Episode 9 of the East West Functional Medicine Podcast, Sarajean speaks with Annie Kay RD.
E7 - Why Everyone Needs a Naturopath with Dr. Molly DeMers20/07/2018 Duración: 39min
On Episode 7 of the East West Functional Medicine Podcast, Sarajean speaks with Dr. Molly DeMers, a practicing naturopath, about why everyone should have an ND as part of their healthcare team.
E8 - The Convergence of Yoga Therapy and Polyvegal Theory with Marlysa Sullivan MS IAYT12/07/2018 Duración: 56min
On this episode of East West Functional Medicine podcast, Sarajean welcomes back Marlysa Sullivan MS IAYT to discuss the convergence of yoga therapy and polyvegal theory.
E6 - The Explanatory Model of Yoga Therapy with Marlysa Sullivan C-AYT01/07/2018 Duración: 51min
On Episode 6 of the East West Functional Medicine podcast, Sarajean talks to Marlysa Sullivan, Assistant Professor at Maryland University of Integrative Health in Yoga Therapy and Integrative Health Sciences. Marlysa is also a Physical Therapist and a Certified Yoga Therapist, and works with the Center for Integrative Yoga Studies. Marlysa is the co-author of "Yoga Therapy and Polyvagal Theory: The Convergence of Traditional Wisdom and Contemporary Neuroscience for Self-Regulation and Resilience": https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5835127/ ...as well as “Toward an Explanatory Framework for Yoga Therapy Informed by Philosophical and Ethical Perspectives.”: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/29135457/ She has also authored two theory papers on the explanatory framework, and the convergence of yoga therapy with polyvagal theory for regulation and resilience, and has developed yoga therapy protocols for studies on low back pain, dementia, and sickle cell anemia. Sarajean assists Marlysa at MU
E5 - Holistic Pet Food and Wellness30/05/2018 Duración: 01h02min
In this episode of EWFM Podcast, Sarajean interviews Dr. Laurie Dohmen, VMD, MS, about pet food and nutrition. From Dr. Laurie's website: When Dr. Laurie started her family, she started on the path to wholistic health care and whole organic foods. Dr. Laurie’s best friend in veterinary school had studied many wholistic modalities immediately after graduation, and Dr. Laurie realized it was time to follow in her friend’s footsteps. She retooled her practice and retrained her staff. Stephanie immediately saw the results and starting incorporating wholistic health care into her family. They both have seen amazing results from herbal medicine, dietary changes and other wholistic modalities. They want to share these wonderful treatments with others, both veterinarians and animal lovers. You can find out more about Dr. Dohmen and her amazing trainings here: http://purplemoonherbstudies.com/about.htm
E3 - Genetics vs. Genomics: What We Should Be Testing For Now with Dr. Roberta Kline14/05/2018 Duración: 01h12min
Today we spoke with Dr. Bobbi Kline about Genomics testing and the amazing company she co-founded, Genoma International. Listen in to understand the difference between Genomics and Genetics, what genomics testing is all about, the power of learning about your genome and the future of genomics in healthcare. Genoma website https://www.genomainternational.com Training Program https://genomainternational.com/certification-program/ Dr. Mary Louder's article on her experience with our genomic testing https://todayspractitioner.com/nutrigenomics/genomic-testing-foundation-practice/#.WvS6IIgvyUk Educational articles (we have a ton, but here are some of the introductory ones): Introduction to genomics https://genomainternational.com/about-genomics/introduction-to-genomics/ The difference between genetics and genomics https://genomainternational.com/genomic-articles/genetics-genomics/ The food-gene conversation https://genomainternational.com/genomic-articles/talking-with-your-genes-the-food-gene-conversation/
E4 - Nurture vs. Nature with Dr. Sara Frawley13/05/2018 Duración: 01h04min
On today's episode of the East West Functional Medicine Podcast, we spoke with Dr. Sara Frawley about the age-old debate between "Nature" and "Nurture". Dr. Sara Frawley graduated with her Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Keene State College and her doctorate from the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is currently practicing in Wallingford Connecticut. Dr. Frawley is not only trained in the basics of Naturopathic Medicine, but also in applying its modern interpretation through genetic testing. You can find Dr. Sara Frawley on Facebook at @drsarafrawleynd drsarand.com, and through her blog on nature, kids & health http://drsarand.com/free-range-children/ Apologies for the slightly less-than-perfect sound quality on this recording! But we thought the content was good we needed to put it out, so please bear with us! Find an expert on analyzing your genome: https://www.datapunk.net/opus23/ Physicians mentioned: Dr. Peter D'Adamo (http://www.dadamo.com/), Dr. Keith Zeitlin
E1 - Yin Yoga, Mindfulness, and Psychology with Dr. Tracey Sondik07/05/2018 Duración: 48min
Dr. Tracey Sondik has been working in the mental health field for the past 20 years. She is licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Connecticut since 1998. Her background in neuropsychology and she has worked in different inpatient and outpatient traumatic brain injury and stroke rehabilitation clinics as a clinical neuropsychologist. Over time, she became more and more interested in other aspects of brain/behaviour which led her to explore yoga and other integrative healing modalities as part of a holistic healing approach for brain injury, mental health and addictions. Currently, Tracey is a supervising psychologist at a large public psychiatric hospital in Middletown, Connecticut and is the founder and chair of the Integrative Medicine Collaborative for the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. She is a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) instructor, advanced registered yoga teacher, and certified yoga therapist. Tracey teaches mindfulness and yoga at hos
E2 - Concussions, Psychology, and Mindfulness with Dr. Rebecca Acabchuk Ph.D07/05/2018 Duración: 01h04min
Link: https://sharp.uconn.edu/acabchuk/ Dr. Rebecca Acabchuk, Ph.D is currently a Post-doctoral research associate at UConn in Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP). She has a PhD in Physiology and Neurobiology - where her prior research focused on neurogenesis, neurodegenerative disease and concussion. Dr. Acabchuk now studies the benefits of yoga and meditation, which she has been teaching for 14 years. She is also an adjunct professor at Conn College where she developed and teaches a neuropsychology course called: Mindfulness & Meditation in Science and in Practice. The conversation with Dr. Acabchuk was an eye-opening one on the current state of concussions and potential new treatment strategies. Currently, concussions are a huge issue among many populations. You might even say they are a hot topic in media, but this wasn’t always the case. In fact, before the early 2000's, it was almost the opposite, they were basically ignored and brushed aside. Now, there is a lot o
E0 - Ayurveda 101 with Your Host Sarajean Rudman01/05/2018 Duración: 32min
In Episode 0 of the East West Functional Medicine Podcast, your host Sarajean sets the scene for episodes to come with a dive into Ayurveda. Music attributed under license to Jahzzar.