Evolution Of Medicine Podcast

Sinopse

Hear from the experts that are driving the evolution of medicine.

Episódios

  • Business of Medicine: Optimal Mindset

    Business of Medicine: Optimal Mindset

    20/05/2020 Duração: 53min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, we have a special guest host filling in for James. Kristen Brokaw is the leader of the St. Louis Institute for Integrative Medicine. For the past decade, she has been building communities of functional medicine practitioners, helping them find their tribe and reach their potential in this space. She is joined by Bo Eason, former professional football player, actor, playwright, author, and one of Kristen’s mentors. Their high-energy, engaging conversation spans mindset, the power of stories, how saying “no” is a key to achieving greatness, and how functional medicine practitioners can still thrive, even during a pandemic. Highlights include: The power of stories and how the ones we tell ourselves shape our lives How to move past the “it’s not about me” mindset How you should be thinking about making a declaration in your life, while avoiding the tendency for perfectionism Why elimination is key to becoming the best at what you do How to find the s

  • Practice Marketing Series, Episode 2: Niching

    Practice Marketing Series, Episode 2: Niching

    13/05/2020 Duração: 33min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, James and Uli sit down with Tara Scott, MD, a functional medicine physician from Akron, Ohio and one of the stars of the Practice Accelerator. This episode is the second in our Practice Marketing Series, which will give functional medicine practitioners a step-by-step guide to taking their practices to the next level. Highlights include: What niching in functional medicine means, and how to determine your niche How a practitioner who initially resisted niching her practice went through the process and built a remarkably resilient practice that has withstood COVID-19 and other challenges How Dr. Scott found the Practice Accelerator and why she recommends the program to other functional medicine colleagues How education-based marketing and a digital infrastructure will fortify your practice Why a simple email autoresponder will be a gamechanger for your practice And so much more! Resources mentioned in this episode goevomed.com/accelerator-special

  • Practice Marketing Series, Episode 1: Education-Based Marketing

    Practice Marketing Series, Episode 1: Education-Based Marketing

    22/04/2020 Duração: 36min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! On this episode, James sits down with his friend and colleague, Uli Iserloh, PhD. Uli is the Chief Operating Officer at the Evolution of Medicine and founder of Big Boost Marketing, where he helps practitioners build education-based marketing structures for their practices. This episode kicks off our Practice Marketing Series, which will give functional medicine practitioners a step-by-step guide to taking their practices to the next level. Highlights from this episode include: Understanding the “hero’s journey” in marketing and how using the method of storytelling can accelerate your marketing efforts and engage patients, both current and potential What an education-based marketing infrastructure would look like in your practice How the process of buying a car is actually quite similar to marketing a functional medicine practice (you might be surprised!) How to differentiate your practice and services when marketing to patients How to not only attract patients t

  • Functional Movement and Functional Medicine

    Functional Movement and Functional Medicine

    15/04/2020 Duração: 32min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! On this episode, James sits down with Julie Foucher-Urcuyo, MD, functional medicine physician, four-time CrossFit Games athlete, and host of the Pursuing Health podcast. Her talent and drive have made her well-known in both the functional medicine and CrossFit spaces, and she is poised to make a big impact in healthcare. It was an excellent conversation and I think you’ll learn a lot—enjoy! Highlights include: Understanding the synergy of functional movement and functional medicine Julie’s definition of CrossFit, and why she encourages people to look beyond common perceptions of the sport How CrossFit and functional medicine compare when addressing misconceptions and educating people on the health benefits each provide What it was like to pursue medical school while competing in the world of CrossFit What we can learn at the cross-section of resilience, CrossFit and the future of medicine And so much more! Resources mentioned in this episode: instagram.com/julie

  • The Resilience of Structure and Posture

    The Resilience of Structure and Posture

    25/03/2020 Duração: 26min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! This week, Mat Boulé, osteopath and posturologist, joins us to discuss his work on posture and health creation. In our Year of Resilience, it’s the perfect time for Mat to share his insight on the significant role posture plays in health resilience and how resolving patients’ mechanical issues can transform other important lab markers. But I think the biggest takeaway you’ll get from this episode is an understanding of why the best medical teams need practitioners who can support and improve structural integrity. It was a fascinating 30 minutes—enjoy! Highlights include: What posturology is, and how this medical discipline has the potential to revitalize health creation and resilience How resolving mechanical issues can transform important lab markers The interconnection among structure, posture and inflammatory markers The body-self matrix and how it relates to the biopsychosocial model of care And so much more! Resources mentioned in this podcast: goevomed.com

  • Group Visit Series Part 13: Group Maintenance

    Group Visit Series Part 13: Group Maintenance

    11/03/2020 Duração: 29min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, James continues the Group Visit Series with Swathi Rao, PA-C, who owns and operates a functional medicine practice in Indianapolis, IN. What makes her practice unique is the focus on the power of community in conjunction with group visits to inspire lasting lifestyle change in her patients. In addition to running successful group visits in her practice, Swathi has tapped into the local community, like restaurants and yoga studios, to build new business and maintain the health of the patients she’s seeing in-clinic. It’s an interesting avenue of the group visit model that we haven’t yet explored on the Group Visit Series, and I think it will really impact your perspective on group visits and how they can become integral to the communities they service. Highlights of this episode include: Swathi’s journey to functional medicine and to discovering the power of group visits How she separates group events for patients and group medical visits when bil

  • The 4 Season Solution

    The 4 Season Solution

    26/02/2020 Duração: 46min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, James sits down with Dallas Hartwig, who you’ll recognize as the co-founder of the Whole30 program and co-author of two bestselling books, It Starts with Food and The Whole30. He joins us on the podcast for the first time to talk about his upcoming book, The 4 Season Solution, and explore the fascinating role of seasons, starting inside the cell and emerging all the way through to the seasons of our lives. I think this book is really going to impact the future of our entire industry, especially regarding nutrition. This conversation with Dallas became one of my favorite podcast episodes ever, and I think you’re going to really enjoy it. Highlights include: The natural expansion and contraction cycles and how they are relevant to you and your practice, and to medicine in general How Dallas’s new book, The 4 Season Solution, could kill the diet book industry and help us rethink diet and nutrition education The concept of “chronic summer” and why it

  • Group Visit Series Part 12: Rebel Tribe

    Group Visit Series Part 12: Rebel Tribe

    12/02/2020 Duração: 32min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, James talks with Michelle Peris, ND, creator and facilitator of Rebel Tribe, a community group of women seeking support and health education. She has successfully made group visits sexy—helping women of all walks of life and health statuses build their own tribes and improve their health and wellbeing. A common concern we hear from practitioners starting out with group visits is that their patients won’t be interested in participating. But what’s different about Michelle’s groups is that that they are aspirational; the foundation of the groups encourages people to grow into better versions of themselves, and to draw on the bravery of their co-members to do it. Functional medicine groups are inspirational in that way—they channel community into a force that is powerful enough to motivate lasting behavior change. It was an excellent 30-minute conversation with Michelle, and she shared great insight that will be valuable to anyone looking for strateg

  • Success Leaves Clues: Functional Medicine Idaho

    Success Leaves Clues: Functional Medicine Idaho

    29/01/2020 Duração: 38min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, James sits down with team members from Functional Medicine of Idaho, a private practice owned by a husband-and-wife team. After starting their first practice in Boise, they joined the Practice Accelerator program and scaled their business to open a second location. They’re now building their third location as they continue to bring functional medicine is an effective, clear way to their patients. Hearing their journey, from where it started to their vision for the future to how they use group visits to help scale their business, is truly inspiring. But not only that, it provides a road map for any practitioner who is ready to take their practice to the next level. It was a fascinating, fun interview, and I think anyone who is passionate about moving functional medicine forward will enjoy it immensely. Highlights include: One practice’s journey from one location to two thriving locations and counting How to scale functional medicine so that it is

  • Group Visit Series Part 11: Transforming the NHS

    Group Visit Series Part 11: Transforming the NHS

    21/01/2020 Duração: 34min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, James sits down with Dr. Asfia Aftab, a GP partner in the National Health Service in the UK and founder of the Birmingham Functional Forum meetup group. She is also one of the heroes of James’s book, The Community Cure. Dr. Aftab is a dynamic person, with an energy and passion for her work that is inspiring. Her commitment to her practice and to her patients is leading the charge toward a new era of the NHS. There is so much to learn from her in this episode, and we think you’ll really enjoy it. Highlights include: What inspired Dr. Aftab to pursue medicine and join the NHS How Dr. Aftab is creating change in the NHS Why the term “social prescribing” is trending in the NHS right now, and what it means for all functional medicine practitioners How Dr. Aftab uses online tools to create offline connections with her patients and colleagues How she implements group visits in her practice, and how she continues to grow and develop these groups with her

  • Bioavailability vs. Microbiome Availability

    Bioavailability vs. Microbiome Availability

    06/01/2020 Duração: 33min

    Bioavailability vs. Microbiome Availability Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! On this episode, James sits down with Dr. Tom Guilliams, who had our most-downloaded podcast of the year in 2019. Dr. Guilliams talks about a topic most clinicians have strong opinions on: bioavailability. With a background in molecular immunology and extensive research on nutrition and dietary supplement efficacy, Dr. Guilliams brings a unique and refreshing perspective to functional medicine clinicians of any discipline who are trying to get the best results with their patients. Highlights include: Bioavailability and the new science on what that looks like in the era of the microbiome How traditional herbal preparations can maximize microbiome availability How attempting to replicate the pharmaceutical model for dietary supplements has brought us to opposite conclusions simultaneously, and how this will be a refreshing conversation for the new decade How researchers are devising new ways of thinking about how evidenc

  • Group Visit Series Part 10: If an Ophthalmologist Can Run Group Visits…

    Group Visit Series Part 10: If an Ophthalmologist Can Run Group Visits…

    16/12/2019 Duração: 31min

    Group Visit Series Part 10: If an Ophthalmologist Can Run Group Visits… Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! This week, we sit down with Shalesh Kaushal, MD, PhD for Part 10 of our Group Visit Series. This episode looks at group visits from a different perspective—a much narrower one than we have previously shared, and I really love that. If you’ve been following our series or are familiar with group visits, you know that they are effective in so many areas of medicine, but in general, they affect the reversal of chronic diseases. In this episode, we’re talking about group visits in a very specific application: retina disease. Dr. Kaushal is a pioneer on this front, bringing the power of group visits and community to super specific disease cases. His work exemplifies the broad range of application group visits can have, and how their positive impact can reach across the spectrum of medicine, from the general to the specific. If an ophthalmologist can run group visits, so can you! Highlights of this e

  • The Business of Functional Medicine: 2020 Goal Setting

    The Business of Functional Medicine: 2020 Goal Setting

    11/12/2019 Duração: 26min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine Podcast! This week, we’re talking with Jeremie Kubicek, the well-known speaker and bestselling author who has appeared on our podcast twice before to discuss business aspects of functional medicine practice. In this episode, Jeremie discusses strategies for goal setting in 2020—something we’re all thinking about as 2019 winds down, and even more poignant as we prepare to embark on a new decade. What I appreciated most about the conversation with Jeremie is that he shares actionable steps to make your vision for 2020 a reality. It’s not about avoiding the obstacles that will come your way, but planning how you will overcome them. The process is self-reflective and, I think, a necessary exercise for anyone who wants to make positive change happen in 2020. Highlights from this episode include: Learning from Mount Everest’s Sherpas to become a leader worth following Jeremie’s strategy for identifying pain points, setting your vision for the future and overcoming resistance Ho

  • Simplicity in Groups: Detox in 2020

    Simplicity in Groups: Detox in 2020

    27/11/2019 Duração: 36min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! On this episode, we talk with Dr. Alejandro Junger, a cardiologist by trade and a celebrated and well-known practitioner in the functional medicine space. He is the bestselling author of Clean and Clean 7, and the founder of Clean, a 21-day detoxification experience. Dr. Junger is an expert on detoxification, and one of the first practitioners to advocate for its benefits and widespread use—a detox OG, if you will. He shares his health journey and a powerful testimony to functional medicine. It was a really engaging conversation, and I think you’ll enjoy it. Highlights include: How Dr. Junger combines detoxification and intermittent fasting in his new book, Clean 7, to help more people reap the benefits of healthy detoxification Dr. Junger’s own health journey and path to functional medicine and detoxification Why community is the best approach to successful detoxification Why Dr. Junger believes in the power of groups His tips and tricks for running successful g

  • Group Visit Series Part 9: Open Source Wellness

    Group Visit Series Part 9: Open Source Wellness

    20/11/2019 Duração: 42min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, part of our Group Visit Series, we sit down with Dr. Elizabeth Markle to talk about her revolutionary practice, Open Source Wellness. It's an incredible story of their journey to organize and synthesize a consistent group visit model. In this episode, you're going to hear about their thoughts about why behavior change was difficult, how to democratize it and make it available for prescription. Dr. Markle also talked about the sequence of behavior changes that happen through patients’ 16-week visit at Open Source Wellness. You’ll also hear a lot about how to facilitate behavior change in a group. It was a really interesting conversation, and I think you'll really enjoy it, especially if you’ve been thinking about starting group visits. Highlights include: The origin story of Open Source Wellness and Dr. Markle’s and her c-founder’s vision for the future Why patients need democratization and experiences to build healthy lifestyle behaviors and over

  • Medicine at the Interface

    Medicine at the Interface

    13/11/2019 Duração: 30min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! This week, we sit down with Dr. Elroy Vojdani, a preeminent functional medicine physician, researcher, and educator. Dr. Vojdani and his father, Dr. Aristo Vojdani, widely recognized as the godfather of functional immunology, have partnered to research intestinal permeability and the gut-brain axis. These are two key areas in understanding and resolving autoimmune conditions, which affect millions of patients. Dr. Vojdani shared some of his clinical findings, the strategies and products he uses in clinical care, and why his new practice will feature a meeting space dedicated to group visits. It was a fascinating 30 minutes and if you’re interested in the future of autoimmune disease reversal (and based on that growing number of patients, we all should be), I think you’ll really enjoy it. Highlights include: The autoimmunity research Dr. Vojdani and his father are tackling and their latest findings The three subtypes of leaky gut and how to treat them Why antibody

  • Functional Food As Medicine: Selling the 5 Personas

    Functional Food As Medicine: Selling the 5 Personas

    23/10/2019 Duração: 33min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, we sit down with the indomitable Shilpa P. Saxena, MD, who brings her expert knowledge and wit to a conversation on a hot topic in our industry: functional foods. She sees functional foods as an “idiot-proof” entry-level therapy for functional medicine and describes the five patient personas who are perfect candidates. You’ll be surprised how many patients fit into these categories! In addition, Dr. Saxena talks about leadership in functional medicine, and how her perspective on her own style of leading has changed over the years. It was a fascinating 30-minute conversation with one of functional medicine’s finest—you’re sure to enjoy it! Highlights include: Why functional foods are an idiot-proof entry-level therapy for functional medicine The five patient personas Dr. Saxena has developed and how to engage them with functional foods Dr. Saxena’s new perspective on leadership, and what she had to realize about herself in order to become a

  • Patient Cases: Using CAR for Tough Cases

    Patient Cases: Using CAR for Tough Cases

    16/10/2019 Duração: 32min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! This episode is the third and final installment in our series with Carrie Jones, ND, MPH and DUTCH Test. Dr. Carrie Jones is a force in the functional medicine community, a modern doc with a holistic approach who can appreciate the best of both medical practices. In her own words, she “helps hormonally challenged people feel less crazy” by using testing and her own extensive knowledge to help people understand their hormones so they can feel empowered to take control of their health. In this episode, Dr. Jones dives into case studies explaining the cortisol awakening response, assessment and treating chronic diseases. Through these explanations, she provides a clear picture of how CAR testing can be practically applied and the opportunities it provides practitioners trying to help patients caught in a cycle of stress. It was a fascinating 30-minute episode, and an excellent way to cap off our series with Dr. Jones and DUTCH Test. I think you’ll really enjoy

  • Group Visit Series Part 8: Taking the Stress Out of Patient Care

    Group Visit Series Part 8: Taking the Stress Out of Patient Care

    30/09/2019 Duração: 32min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! This week, we’re continuing our Group Visit Series with Donna Naumann, NP. She has been successfully running group visits in the St. Louis area for nearly three years, and has seen amazing moments of patient transformation that have convinced her of the power in community care. Her perspective adds so much to the group visit conversation because it is from the front lines of group visit implementation—she shares her experiences, plus practical tips on recruiting patients for group visits and running successful appointments that you can apply to your practice. No matter what topic you’re planning for your next group visit, or if you’re still on the fence about getting started with group visits, you will take away important, real-world information from this episode. Highlights include: Her transition to group visits and the resources she used to make implementation a breeze Examples of how the group dynamic motivates patients and builds connection in ways that one-

  • The Gut-Pain Connection: A Functional Approach to Pain

    The Gut-Pain Connection: A Functional Approach to Pain

    25/09/2019 Duração: 33min

    Welcome to the Evolution of Medicine podcast! In this episode, we’re discussing the gut-brain-pain axis with Robert Silverman, DC. As you know, chronic pain is a problem of epidemic proportion, as is dependence on opioids, with deadly consequences. Healthcare needs a new solution to treating chronic pain, and integrative and functional medicine holds the key. Dr. Silverman is a chiropractic doctor, functional medicine expert, clinical nutritionist, international speaker and author. At his private practice in White Plains, NY, Dr. Silverman specializes in the treatment of joint pain using functional nutrition combined with cutting-edge, science-based, nonsurgical approaches. Our conversation spanned the scientific, when he discussed how the gut and brain communicate, to the practical, when he shared his seven Rs for healing the gut, to the big picture, when he theorized the protocol he would prescribe to address the opioid epidemic. It was a fascinating 30 minutes, and I think you’ll really enjoy it. Highlight

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