The MedFit Podcast
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In this episode of the MedFit Network Podcast, we welcome Dr. Mario Martinez, a clinical neuropsychologist who not only founded biocognitive science, but also established the Biocognitive Science Institute™ in 1998.
In this episode, we welcome Dr. Tom O’Bryan -- Founder, TheDr.Com; Adjunct Faculty, Institute of Functional Medicine & National University of Health Sciences; Chief Health Officer, KnoWEwell; Best-Selling Author and Speaker
Gina Bria -- founder and CEO of the Hydration Foundation, a Buckminster Fuller Institute Fellow, and an anthropologist -- will make you question what you know about the function of water and the power of hydration.
In this episode, the one and only Dr. Saray Stancic discusses how her years of experience practicing internal medicine, specializing in infectious diseases, and fighting a life-changing M.S. diagnosis led to an epiphany that would radically shift her prior beliefs about the practice of medicine.
Dr. Robert Silverman, a functional medicine sports injury chiropractor, author, entrepreneur, and international speaker, deconstructs the “WHY” behind his passion to “make the world a healthy place.”
On this episode, we talk with MedFit founder and mastermind herself, Lisa Dougherty! Her mission is simple. We must bridge the gap between the medical and fitness professions to proactively make the world a healthier place.
We talk with newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the MedFit Network, JR Burgess. Listen closely as JR shares his personal journey of how he found his purpose for helping people be free from pain at an early age. From overcoming injuries and a life of physical and emotional pain, JR discusses the importance of being transparent, vulnerable, committed, and empathetic as both a healthcare consultant and leader.
In this episode, we talk with Joel Fuhrman, MD, a board-certified family physician, seven-time New York Times best-selling author and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing.
In today's episode, one of the most sought-after behavioral science experts in the world, Dr. Michael Mantell, joins us from San Diego, California. He believes that we must “put care and compassion out front in healthcare and fitness.”
In this episode, Steffany shares a powerful story of how she found “her own unique and individual path, or dharma,” through her love of dance as a child. Steffany, who recognized that there was a certain “mindfulness in motion” that took place while dancing, also developed an understanding of the healing power of mindful movement. With a background in biology, dance, and public health, Steffany went on to develop and evaluate a yoga program for individuals with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, which became the basis for her PhD in public health.