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Author: Jeremy Quinby

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Jeremy Quinby has been an Integrative Health Specialist for nearly 25 years. In 2014 he became involved in numerous projects across the country exploring better care delivery, vetted local health networks, and the development of a health improvement system as an alternative to our current system of managing care. The Highway to Health Podcast was born out of this, an extension to his 20 year career helping individuals and families become healthier in their day to day lives. His intention, which will be more clear after listening, is to broaden the view of what we call health, to educate, and to encourage all of us to build a healthier, more connected world around ourselves.

136 Episodes
Host Jeremy Quinby has conversations with Director of Minnesota Breastmilk Bank, Linda Dech, Bereavement Donor Coordinator Alexis Nicklow, and donors McKenzie and Adam. Together they discuss how the breast milk donor organization was started and continues to be funded to serve the community. Linda takes Jeremy on a tour of the facility (see link to video in show notes) to show where milk is stored when it's collected, the pasteurization process undergoes and the testing of milk. She also explains the importance of volunteer support to get milk to area hospitals for babies in need.
Al Levin, I guest of the show in season 8 of the podcast, lost his long battle with depression this past month. He spent 6 years as the host of The Depression Files podcast providing a platform for resource on depression, especially geared toward men who are taking their own lives at an alarmingly increasing rate. In this episode previously aired in 2022, Al shares his story, the kinds of support that helped him live each day better, and the challenges he faced in our current health care system. Thank you for all your effort Al Levin, you blessed us in many ways.
Host Jeremy Quinby invites Dr. Jeff Crippen back to the show to help us all with a game plan for improving immune function for the cold and flu season. A new strain of Covid-19 is also making a return. Jeremy and Jeff discuss science that has been gathered over the past 3 years in how our immune systems can protect us from Covid and RSV and what we now understand to be the top reasons for long-covid symtoms.
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Dr. Josh Levitt about Naturopathic medicine's tradition in the health maintenance, care and wellness practices. Having both practiced for more than 25 years in what has been in recently history known as 'alternative medicine,' they discuss how they've used herbal medicine, supplements, movement therapy and bodywork as care geared towards health improvement, not just the treatment of symptoms. Josh also explains how and why naturopathic care is considered primary care and is covered by insurance in Connecticut. This episode is chocked full of resource for people struggling with general health issues and depletion.
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with one of this teachers from years past in this episode. Carol McClellan is an internationally known educator for the Upledger Institute and has been treating new mothers, infants and pediatric populations for nearly 4 decades. She's most recently the Vice President of Education and Programs Development for APPAH (Association of Pre and Perinatal Psychology and Health). Carol share an incredible breadth of knowledge from her experience, research and understanding of how integrative approaches can not only support well-being for new families, but also help heal generational trauma passed along in our cells.
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Jen Gilhoi of Zero Proof Collective about why she is putting her time and efforts into improving social drinking culture. As an events planner and designer for years, with alcohol at the center of much of what she organized, she realized the lifestyle had led her into addictive tendencies with alcohol and decided to give it up. After nearly a decade of sobriety, she aims to help change the culture that she helped to facilitate, guiding bars, restaurants and events organizers to develop better non-alcoholic options that are not just an afterthought, but something people are excited to enjoy. TEDtalk:
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Zede' Harut, founder of Seeds Worth Sowing, a non-profit based in Minneapolis, serving black and brown parents and caregivers seeking to offer sustainable economic support, housing, and community support. It's over-arching goal, based in abolitionist principals, is to build mutual aid and reduce harm for our community's most vulnerable populations. Zede's non-profit work grew out of posts she started doing on Instagram over the past few years challenging medical and state-funded institutions in regards to care for black and brown mothers and their children. When she's not community organizing she is farming and homeschooling her 2 young girls.
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Dr. Jeff Crippen about his new book Timeless YOUth in which his take us through his journey with childhood illness that lead to a career as a doctor chiropractic and functional medicine. Together they share secrets they've gleaned from decades of treating 'chronic' conditions and the often many layer aspects of healing as well as long-term practices that bolster well-being.
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with New York City midwife Tania Zirulnik. Starting in Peru in traditional nursing, Tania found herself in New York navigating the U.S health care system and quickly learned the best care she could offer didn't exist in traditional care. For the past 2 decades she has found ways to care for mothers and families and support their desire to deliver new family member in the comfort of their own homes while respecting the instincts of mothers to labor and birth in time-honored traditions from a number of cultural backgrounds.
In this episode host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with midwife Christiane McCloskey about why having a midwife is so crucial to improving your pregnancy and birthing experience. As colleagues they discuss how having midwife support brings guidance, prenatal and postpartum health care, and often a team to help ensure parents get to have the best birth experience and health outcomes.
In this episode host, Jeremy Quinby, has a conversation with Anne Wister about her work with dolphins as therapeutic partners. It’s easy to believe, as humans, that we are superior, that science and medical intervention can solve all of our mental, emotional and physical health challenges. The natural world, however, has an intelligence all its own that we should continue to explore and learn from. Through Anne's work of the past 20 years with in partnership with The Upledger Institute, we gain an insight into how dolphins seem to have an intention to learn more about us, and an interest helping us heal.
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Jen Buice, certified childbirth educator, evidence-based birth instructor, certified breastfeeding counsellor, and postpartum doula.  Together they sort through the big decisions parents face when it comes to childbirth like where to give birth, who will do the delivering, what kind of caregiving support is available and covered by insurance, and science-based info that can help prevent complications and c-section.
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus, mental and sexual health therapist practicing in New York City. From her 25+ years as the Clinical Director and CEO of one the largest sexual health centers in the US, she delivers common sense solutions to things most of us struggle with in making sex an easy and enjoyable part of our lives.  Together they discuss the gift that our sex lives can, but also common physical challenges with orgasm, hormonal changes, vaginismus, and low desire and arousal, all of which Dr. Bat Sheva delivers guidance on how to solve in this episode.
Highway to Health host Jeremy Quinby is interviewed by Rick Olderman, author of Solving the Pain Puzzle and host of the Talk About Pain podcast.  Rick digs into Jeremy's work with chronic pain and the use of craniosacral therapy and it's many applications.  This is a great episode for anyone struggling with pain or any chronic health conditions, or seeking a better understanding of what a craniosacral treatment entails.  https://www.jeremyquinbycst.com,aps,125&sr=8-1&linkCode=sl1&tag=physicalth036-20&linkId=c5818ccdaaa3243936e7fbd182b8ad7b&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl Support the show
Host, Jeremy Quinby, reflects on 2022, a year of rebuilding and recovering from a global pandemic, finding for himself a shift in priorities.    He discusses the ways in had a change in priorities on his family, his health, and his clientele.   It also gave him a new appreciation for his professional networks and the community that has inspire him to find new ways to support.   Support the show
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Rick Olderman, physical therapist,  trainer, pilates instructor and Hanna Somatics practitioner about his work with chronic pain and how to take control of it.  Rick has written a series of books and has programs to help anyone struggling with nearly any kind of pain syndrome.  Together they discuss their own unique approaches and what they've learned in their combined 50+ years of experience, and how to solve the pain puzzle.  https://rickolderman.comFixing You® Method At Home Course: Listeners get 20% off their orders with code: FIXINGYOU Talk About Pain Podcast: the Pain Puzzle book:,aps,125&sr=8-1&linkCode=sl1&tag=physicalth036-20&linkId=c5818ccdaaa3243936e7fbd182b8ad7b&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl Support the show
Phoenix Ferrari, 19 year old son of host Jeremy Quinby shares with his Dad how he's managing to stay well through his first year of college, navigating life on a big college campus,  balancing responsibility with fun, his first long-term relationship, as well as how he doing with sleep, diet and exercise.  He also shares his experience working with a therapist for mental health support for the first time.  A great episode for anyone in college, preparing for college, a parent of a child in college,  or anyone going through a big transition.   Support the show
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation Reed Davis, founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition about diagnostic tests that can help with assessing which diet and lifestyle choices can help the body heal.  Reed has been training new practitioners in this way of information gathering for nearly a decade after spending the previous decade doing lab work for clients and coaching nearly 10,000 clients at a southern California wellness center.   Great info for anyone seeking to improve their overall health and energy and heal ailments medication is unable to cure. Support the show
Host Jeremy Quinby partners with Dr. Jason Sole again for a live discussion about the need to put an end to systems of harm especially for BIPOC and LGBTQ communities in the U.S that our degrading our public health.  Jason shares stories from his journey through the criminal punishment system, harm he experienced both at the hands of police and in the prison industrial complex, as well as the mistakes he made and the triumphs that allowed him to become the father, son, sibling, professor and caretaker that he had envisioned for himself.  Together they discuss how our current systems of policing and justice harm our health as a society, and what is being done through abolitionist practices and organizing to improve well-being, and how similar it is to networks being developed in integrative health.   Support the show
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Karin Weidenmueller, a Gestalt and EMDR therapist practicing in New York City.  Together they discuss somatic experience; or how our emotions affect us physically, what they teach us,  the energy they generate, and how our awareness of them can inform and improve our reality.  http://karinweidenmueller.com Support the show
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