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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.comSupport 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.https://www.functionaldiagnosticnutrition.comhttps://mtdiet.comSupport 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 the show
In this episode, host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Dr. David Prologo,  a dual board-certified interventional radiologist and obesity medicine specialist.  What David presents in his new book, The Catching Point Transformation: A Twelve Week Weight Loss Strategy Based in Reality comes from more than 2 decades of work with obesity.  What he lays out in the book and in this conversation is an organized and straight forward approach to losing weight and improving your health at the same time.   He shares the science behind why we tend to fail at diets and how to improve results through hormonal responses,  eating after workouts, and rest and recovery cycles.  https://www.drprologo.comSupport the show
Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Al Levin, host of the podcast The Depression Files about his passion for helping people understand depression and mental health challenges and devoted much of his time over the past five years to building resources and supporting those in his orbit get the help they need.    As a high school assistant principal with 4 young children of his own, he found himself in a harrowing downward spiral that made him consider taking his own life.  Unlike many men, he confided in friends, family, colleagues and health professionals to get the help and support he needed.  Al shares his story, what his first signs were, the kind of help he received, what recovery looked like for him, and the resource he continues to explore through this podcast.  https://thedepressionfiles.comhttps://www.faceitfoundation.orgSupport the show
Antioxidants help all of our bodies systems function better and protect us from disease.   Summer is the perfect time to get boost your health with all of the fresh fruits available at your grocery store or farmer's market.  Here's a list of the best:Fruits: Red grapes, peaches, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, red currants, figs, cherries, pears, guava, oranges, apricots, mango, cantaloupe, watermelon, papaya, and tomatoes.Vegetables:  spinach, carrots, potatoes, artichokes, cabbage, asparagus, avocados, beetroot, radish, lettuce, kale, sweet potatoes, squash, pumpkin, garlic, onions, and bell peppers (especially red which are higher in Vitamin C).  Drinks:  green tea, matcha, herbal tea, coffee, beet juice, pomegranate juice, and acai juice.  Support the show
This is an episode shared from the Twin Cities Wellness Collective Podcast exploring Highway to Health host Jeremy Quinby's work as a Craniosacral Therapist and building communities in integrative health.   Jeremy shares how he uses craniosacral therapy for a host of health challenges in both adult and pediatric populations as well as why he put so much effort into developing health networks around his local practices and how it's growing nationally.  https://www.tcwellnesscollective.comhttps://www.upledger.comhttps://www.jeremyquinbycst.comSupport the show
In this short episode host Jeremy Quinby shares guidance on ways to restore our energy systems.  From his work with nervous system challenges, he bring a unique but simple perspective to ways in which we can break the cycle of chronic depletion that many of us are feeling after more than 2 years of pandemic challenges.  Support the show
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Lauren Ohayon, founder of Restore Your Core.  Have both recovered from chronic back pain in their 20's, they discuss how their experience healing back pain and their experience working with thousands of people over the course of their careers.They also discuss dysfunction that can occur related to the core and pelvic floor such as spinal disc issues,  diastasis recti, tight pelvic floor, and  incontinence, as well as ways to recovery. https://www.highwayto.health the show (
In this short episode, host Jeremy Quinby takes us through a breathing exercise to reset your breathing system in less than 2 minutes.  Great to use when you're feeling stressed, struggling to sleep, or as a regular tune-up to keep your nervous system toned.  Support the show
Host Jeremy Quinby talks to Dr. Tammie Chang about the challenges facing women who are care providers and how creating better boundaries with time, energy and relationships free us to do better work while creating space for more things we enjoy.  Shortly after her child was born, and with increasing pressures from her work as a pediatric oncologist, she found herself overwhelmed with the demands on her time and energy and for a moment considered taking her own life as a way out.  This lead her to seek not only mental health support, but help from a health coach who helped her understand how essential it is to create better boundaries to enjoy all of the things she wanted to be part of her life.  Seeing the growing need for this coaching for women in health care professions, she has shifted her focus to helping others like herself who are struggling to find the balance in their lives and careers.  She has developed personal and group coaching programs as a well as Pink Coat, MD., to build a community to support for women in health fields.Links: https://www.tammiechangmd.comhttps://pinkcoatmd.comSupport the show (
In this season preview host Jeremy Quinby shares he process for getting clarity our purpose and why intention sets the tone for our work.  He shares a struggle he has had with the podcast through the past 7 seasons and what he aims to do to overcome it.  Support the show (
Host and integrative health specialist, Jeremy Quinby, has a conversation with Dr. Judson Brandeis  about his new book 21st Century Man, advice from more than 50 experts on men's health.  While the book covers everything from mental and emotional well-being, to relationships, to sleep challenges, they go more specifically into Judson's experience as a urologist and what he is able to tell about a man's state of health from challenges men face through erectile dysfunction and hormonal challenges . Support the show (
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Dr. Sanjay Prasad, surgeon, assistant professor at George Washington University,  founder of Surgiquality, and author of Resetting Healthcare, where he examines the lack of transparency in surgical care and how the pandemic offers an opportunity to fix the ways care is delivered.  Together they discuss changes to healthcare and surgery through the pandemic, the increase in  non-surgical options,  Dr. Prasad's development of Surgiquality, and how it's already being implemented.  https://surgiquality.comhttps://resettinghealthcare.comSupport the show
Host Jeremy Quinby has an episode with Jonathan de Potter, CEO of Behold Retreats, a wellness service that facilitates journeys of self-discovery and transformation including the use of plant based medicine.   Together they discuss the history of the use of psychedelics in therapeutic and transformational ways, and in the understanding our spiritual or interconnected nature and  how  these aspects are often overlooked in the treatment of depression, addiction and a host of other stress-related physical and mental health challenges.  Jonathan also shares his story and struggles that lead him to his first retreat, why he decided to focus on this work, and the way he has structured these retreats to improve this process for others. https://www.behold-retreats.comSupport the show (
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Kerry D’Ambrogio, founder of the D'Ambrogio Institute.  For more than 30 years he’s worked as a physical therapist, osteopath, board certified acupuncturist, and educator.   He shares his unique approach to  evaluating multiple systems in seeking to remove barriers to optimal function.With nearly 60 years of combined experience as manual and physical therapists, they share their clinical experience and strategies for restoring balance to the whole body.Support the show (
Host Jeremy Quinby has a conversation with Dr. Cecily Havert about treating vulnerable populations, and the physical, emotional and mental health challenges we find with them.  While we get into the specific challenges in the LGBTQ community, it’s important to consider the lack of attention to care and relationship building missing in treating health challenges in women, black, LatinX and a number of ethnic minorities in this country.  Support the show (
Jeremy has a conversation with Erin O'Hearn, co producer of the film Weediatrics; A Covert Medical Mission which follows the day to day lives of parents of children struggling with a host of medical challenges including autism and seizures, 2 of the most difficult conditions to care for because of the potential of physical harm.After covering the story as a television news  journalist in Philadelphia, she was devastated to learn that many of these parents were risking prison time and losing their kids to child protective service to get access to medical cannabis specifically for these conditions because it wasn't legal for pediatric use in their state.  The film follows these families showing the minute to minutes struggle, their travels across state lines to get the right cannabis compounds, and how they are using this medicine help their children and prevent the most devastating effects of their conditions.  https://www.weediatricsthemovie.comSupport the show (
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