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In the chronic disease arena, most everyone is more than willing to share their story for their own benefit and that of others. At the core of each story is the diagnosis. Everyone has a story to tell, and every storyteller needs an audience. We invite you to join us for the Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis Journey podcast and listen to these unique stories. There's much to learn from each other by listening to these stories of diagnosis. By sharing their experiences with others, the MS Diagnosi ...
 
Hey there! We’re Luna and Shannon - licensed psychotherapists in private practice who also happen to love tarot. Each episode we work to demystify tarot and explore its connections to mental and emotional health while implementing its inherently helpful tools to better understand ourselves and those around us. Join us as we unravel common struggles related to our behavior, thought patterns, emotions, and relationships while pulling cards to facilitate growth and to help create the life and r ...
 
S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and Adam S. Cifu, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Medical School Academics at the Univers ...
 
A weekly look into the life of someone who has been diagnosed with a condition/illness. The interviews find a flow and dialogue around the choices and changes people start to make in their lives when they learn that they have to live with dis-ease, which may have been partially brought about by their life choices. A diagnosis can be seen as a gift if you look at it as a second chance to get to know and treat yourself in a more loving way. Lainie gets raw and intimate and draws out some morse ...
 
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Spot Diagnosis examines the common skin complaints that general medical practitioners are frequently presented with. It is tailored specifically for medical students, and GPs, but should also be useful for nurses and pharmacists. The series provides evidence-based, up-to-date medical education & information aimed at upskilling medical practitioners in treating skin complaints, in order to improve the skin health of our communities. The series is hosted by Associate Professor Alvin Chong, sen ...
 
Hear inspiring discussions with people living with chronic illness. These guests went after their passions and goals -even when everyone told them they couldn't. Listen to stories of resilience and gratitude in the face of uncertainty. Hosted by Andrea W. Hanson, Author, Motivational Speaker, and Autoimmune Rebel living with multiple sclerosis. You’ll not only fall in love with these guests, but you’ll soak up powerful mindset tips and ideas to find your own unique path to success. Please no ...
 
15 years too late, we take on a differential diagnosis of every episode of the iconic House MD. Every Monday we discuss a new episode, character or some unique feature of anything House. If you want to let us know what you think about the podcast or anything House MD related, then don't hesitate to message us at @HouseMDCast and give us your thoughts.
 
Chasing and achieving dreams after a cancer diagnosis. Move forward on Destiny's Road in a life affirming and self fulfilling way. Hosted by Melanie A. Nix, triple negative breast cancer survivor, transformational speaker and resilience coach. Let's take this journey together from cancer diagnosis to destiny. We will share strategies and support for cancer survivors redefining our new normal and tips to get and utilize destiny fuel. Our Affirmation: Cancer won't stop me. I'm claiming my dest ...
 
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects 400,000 Americans and is the leading nontraumatic cause of neurological disability in young adults. Although MS is progressive, it is not fatal, and patients generally have a normal lifespan. However, progressive disability imposes increasing limitations and reduced quality of life for these patients. Newly released consensus guidelines offer neurologists and primary care physicians direction to improve the differential diagnosis and develop strategies to faci ...
 
This podcast is for anyone who wants to go Beyond The Diagnosis and see things as they are versus what we’ve been told. Join Dr. Ashish Philip Zachariah, an Orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Viroshini Hari Krishnan a health strategist as they navigate the frontiers of medical science while breaking the barriers between the patient and the medical fraternity.Is your diet killing you? Is stem cells the future? Am I just one medical bill away from bankruptcy? At the end of this journey, we hope to ans ...
 
Pain is a common complaint in the primary care setting, and the standard of practice is to assess for the cause of the pain. Patients often present with painful symptoms of unknown etiology that cannot be defined by the degree of inflammation or damage to muscle tissue. Fibromyalgia affects an estimated 10 million people in the United States and is especially common in women. Many patients have additional symptoms including fatigue, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, cognitive problems/mem ...
 
Does having a seizure mean epilepsy, or is it an isolated neurological event? Failure to recognize diagnostic uncertainty between the epilepsies and non-epileptic events may be a factor in high rates of misdiagnosis. Many patients who have been misdiagnosed as having epilepsy have had previous EEGs interpreted as epileptiform that contributed to the misdiagnosis of epilepsy. Patients are often faced with the need to tolerate complex cocktails of medications over long periods of time causing ...
 
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Are parasites and viruses good or bad for you? This is perhaps one of the most debatable topics in the medical field. In this episode, Dr. Kylie interviews cancer survivor Dan Hegerich. After a failed bone marrow transplant in 1995 and 4 relapses, Dan applied his knowledge in civil engineering to healing himself, which involved reversing a cycle of…
 
Mending broken trust may be a first step for investigators who want to increase the participation of Native people in medical research. “There's such a history of extractive research in Indigenous communities, such that ‘research’ and ‘science’ are sometimes dirty words,” said Navajo geneticist and bioethicist Krystal Tsosie. Poor communication and…
 
When we’re diagnosed with a chronic illness, no one talks about how we go through a bit of an identity crisis. How do we create an identity that’s not centered around our illness, yet is different than before because we now have a diagnosis? I explore these questions in a fascinating discussion with Dr. Morgan April Morley about what makes up our s…
 
In this week’s episode of The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we get down to business in talking about a subject near, but not-so-dear to our hearts: Hustle Culture. It’s unavoidable in today’s world to go untouched by the draw and push to engage in hustle culture. So, we wanted to step back and ask ourselves (and tarot), what is this really all about? We…
 
Jennifer and Dan Digmann have been married since 2005 and have lived with Multiple Sclerosis throughout their relationship - Jennifer was diagnosed in 1997, Dan in the year 2000. They met at a National Multiple Sclerosis Society event in 2002, and since then have dedicated their lives to MS activism and helping others to live their best life. In th…
 
Hollie Bakerboljkovac is a therapist, coach and educator with a background in natural and ancestral health, wellness, sacred space, martial arts and functional movement, conscious living and Women's Mysteries. Her mission is to support people who know there's more to life, to craft the best self-version so far. She is passionate about empowering pe…
 
To be a successful entrepreneur, you must learn to listen to your intuition and trust yourself, especially when making decisions. But it's not always easy. Often, fear and self-doubt creep in, and you immediately end your plans without even taking the first step. When this happens, stop, be still, and remember that you can achieve anything. Trustin…
 
Have you been taking a ton of supplements but still feel like they are not addressing your needs? Dr. Kylie believes in taking the RIGHT supplement instead of just any supplement. You have the right to know what you're taking and why. Tune in to this episode as Dr. Kylie walks you through her supplements guide and discover the benefit of her secret…
 
Pick up your pen and start writing your own story - before someone writes it for you. Paul Forchione brings his own inspiring story about learning to walk when all his doctors said he never would due to his Cerebral Palsy. He catapulted his determination and grit into a business helping others write their stories - no matter how big and impossible …
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we talked about a topic you are definitely not going to want to miss (small joke intended)- FOMO, or Fear of Missing Out. This is a phenomenon everybody has experienced at least once or twice in their life. The strong sensation that somehow, we are being left out of something, or missing something very impo…
 
If you've been diagnosed with MS or any other chronic illness, you will have likely gone through a period when the medical experts you're speaking to don't believe you or even listen to you. However, people of color face that on a whole other level, because some people still believe that MS is a white person's disease. Dimika Cavalier experienced M…
 
What does it take to go after your dreams? If you've been a massage therapist, dietitian, chiropractor, or nurse practitioner and yet want something different, chase it. Go after your dreams and never let anything stop you. We often neglect our dreams because we get so caught up in our careers that there isn't much time left for the things that rea…
 
Are you struggling to regrow your hair? Whether you feel like it's falling faster than it grows or you're postpartum, or you have that gene that causes hair loss, it's never a good feeling to lose your hair. Before you grab any medication being advertised, you should listen to this episode with a hair loss specialist. Alysha Harris, better known as…
 
Correction: This episode was updated on July 27, 2022, to accurately characterize Dr. Charles Eastman’s academic milestone. In 1890, Dr. Charles Eastman became one of the first Native people to graduate from medical school in the United States. Today, one of his descendants, Victor Lopez-Carmen, is a third-year student at Harvard Medical School. He…
 
Cyndi Lynne Lamarucciola talks about navigating work culture when it’s more acceptable to leave early to go walk your dog than for a doctor’s visit. How to successfully leave the corporate world behind. Feeling embarrassed as a nurse who “should have known what was going on” when it came to her own diagnosis.Gracefully handling chronic illness in t…
 
A recurring theme of these podcasts is the seemingly random misdiagnoses that come before someone finally says the words "Multiple Sclerosis". Shereese Hickson and her doctors brushed aside her first symptoms for years before she was finally diagnosed in 2012. In this interview, Shereese relates how doctors initially dismissed her because of her we…
 
Your college degree does not define your future. It's true. You don't have to be tied to doing something you don't love just because that's what you originally studied. You can reinvent yourself once you discover your passion. In this episode, Dr. Kylie speaks with Jessica Briecke about shifting her practice, what she did, how she did it, and the r…
 
There's this key ingredient in our bodies known as DNA. How is genetics related to DNA? And what role does genetics play in determining a person's health risks? The human body is a complex creation, but it is interesting to note that there are specific markers that will give us a glimpse into our overall health. Joining Dr. Kylie in today's episode…
 
Winning strongman competitions as a woman with disabilities is only one small part of Justine Martin’s amazing story. She talks about the invaluable role of art in her recovery from a serious illness and how she’s blossomed her passions into multiple businesses that help others. Justine takes us behind the scenes for everything from how she creates…
 
Hi, it's Andrea. I can’t wait for you to dive into the new podcast episodes in season 2. But before you do, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself, tell you a little bit about my own story of being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and why I think the guests on this podcast are so important. Learn how I’m taking everything I’ve learned thro…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast we get into the a topic that feels really pertinent right now: Starting Over. It’s not just in our own lives (although- for sure it is), this also seems to be an idea that is circulating a lot in our collective communities right now. There seems to be a pull towards it being time to scrap what we have and be…
 
Compared to most people, Scott James' diagnosis story is incredibly rapid. Just over a week after being misdiagnosed with a pinched nerve, he was back at the ER with worsening symptoms. The on-call neurologist he saw listened to his story, jabbed him with a safety pin (!), and said that he probably had Multiple Sclerosis. This was later confirmed b…
 
Growing a business takes time. But time is a limited resource. You can't have more than 24 hours even if you want to. And running from one thing to the next isn't going to help you become successful. But why do some people seem to get more done while others end up exhausted day after day yet barely accomplish anything? So what's the secret to havin…
 
Abby Abinanti is chief judge of the Yurok Tribal Court and a member of the tribe. While previously working in the California court system, she was discouraged and angered by the number of cases in which Indigenous families were separated or tribal members were removed from their communities because of nontribal foster care placements or incarcerati…
 
Welcome to Season 5, which will run from July to December. This is going to be the best season yet. We’re excited about what Dr. Kylie has in store for everyone. Tuesday episodes will be for regular topics that you have loved and enjoyed. Thursday episodes are for practitioners and will focus on TIME. So stick around and make sure you know what’s h…
 
Did you know when you listen to music, your heart beat becomes in sync with the rhythm? Or that 50% of the strength in your hand comes from your pinky? Oftentimes, especially when we have dis-ease, our body can seem like a curse or burden. But thinking and feeling negativity towards the body only makes matters worse. That’s why I’m sharing 83 amazi…
 
Hear inspiring discussions with people living with chronic illness. These guests went after their passions and goals -even when everyone told them they couldn't. Listen to stories of resilience and gratitude in the face of uncertainty. Hosted by Andrea W. Hanson, Author, Motivational Speaker, and Autoimmune Rebel living with multiple sclerosis. You…
 
This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, we decide to have a little fun with the concept of… synchronicity. This is an idea originally discussed by Carl Jung to describe the phenomenon of when a random event happens that seems to be filled with meaning - so much so that we feel a little blown away. As therapists who love tarot cards, we find this …
 
Some fun for the finale: A menagerie of pet peeves. S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Path…
 
When she was first diagnosed, Nohora Gutierrez was told by her (former) neurologist to stay away from MS Support Groups. She was even told which drug she was going to take. As a trainer, Nohorra is naturally drawn to learning as much as possible and sharing her knowledge with people. Looking back now, she sees that she was dismissed and wishes that…
 
Self-proclaimed "professional sick person" Jackie Zimmerman was confused when her doctor sent her for a series of neurological tests after she complained of numbness. And even then it was an off-hand comment from somebody unconnected that first put the words Multiple Sclerosis into her head. After receiving her official diagnosis at the age of 21 i…
 
Rachael Lorenzo works to address reproductive health disparities in Native communities. In 2018, they founded Indigenous Women Rising, a fund that provides financial help for Native people seeking an abortion. Historically, the federal government has restricted Native people’s reproductive autonomy. Between 1973 and 1976, more than 3,500 Native peo…
 
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