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20/20 MONEY, hosted by Certified Financial Planner and experienced Wealth Adviser Adam Cmejla, aims to bring clarity to financial concepts and strategies that impact optometrists. For more information on the show and on Adam, please visit https://www.integratedpwm.com/
 
Eye to Eye is an ophthalmology podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. This podcast is presented by trainee Ophthalmologist, Sunil Mamtora; featuring up-to-date news and advice from the RCOphth, interviews with the researchers and clinicians behind the latest literature and clinical updates from the world of ophthalmology.
 
The world of lasers for the skin can be confusing and overwhelming with new treatments popping up daily. What works? What doesn't? And a little clarity, please, on what these "energy based devices" can and cannot do. This podcast helps both patients and practitioners navigate through the different energy based devices (Laser, IPL and RF) as well as decoding the numerous injectables such as Botox, Fillers and PDO threads, to help gain a better understanding and to evaluate if these types of p ...
 
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EyeCan

Canadian Ophthalmological Society

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EyeCan: A Canadian lens on ophthalmology. In this series, we examine all aspects of what it means to be an Ophthalmologist in Canada; we speak with leaders in our field about their contributions and life journey; we explore new and emerging techniques and technologies in eye care; and through it all we hope to connect with our community and have those that listen understand the value of who we are and what we do for our patients. And we’ll share our experiences as ophthalmologists today and ...
 
Welcome to this podcast which is named as “Let There Be Sight” Podcast. This is Dr. Sirish Nelivigi, Ophthalmologist and Eye Surgeon in Bangalore with you. All of you know that doctors are often focused on not only direct patient care, but also disease prevention which is very important. Sharing knowledge about diseases is an important element in disease prevention. Doctors can share information or knowledge to their patients in multiple ways like one-on-one counseling when they are here in ...
 
Welcome to this podcast which is named as “Let There Be Sight” Podcast. This is Dr. Sirish Nelivigi, Ophthalmologist and Eye Surgeon in Bangalore with you. All of you know that doctors are often focused on not only direct patient care, but also disease prevention which is very important. Sharing knowledge about diseases is an important element in disease prevention. Doctors can share information or knowledge to their patients in multiple ways like one-on-one counseling when they are here in ...
 
Dr. William H. Bates, the holistic ophthalmologist who pioneered the field of natural vision improvement, published a monthly magazine called Better Eyesight Magazine from July 1919 to June 1930. Now, a century later, a group of natural vision educators and Bates Method teachers are creating the Better Eyesight Podcast, which is a monthly podcast that reads the entire Better Eyesight Magazine edition from exactly 100 years ago to the month, while also providing expert commentary on the mater ...
 
Josephine, a pediatrician, is pretty unlucky romantically. With a little coaxing from her best friend Katrina, Josephine starts a relationship with Malik, an ophthalmologist that works in the office across the hall from hers. Malik is exactly what Josephine needs, but she doesn't quite realize it...yet.
 
Alison Seponara, MS, LPC and Taylor Marae MS, RDN are diving deep into a the reality of anxiety, nutrition, and mental health! Listen as Alison and Taylor explore all things anxiety healing while keeping it REAL...including their own struggles with mental health! Alison and Taylor bring their expertise as healing professionals to the conversation while discussing the tools and strategies you need to heal the anxious mind. Follow Alison along with 500,000 healers on Instagram @theanxietyheale ...
 
Our SHARED VISION podcast is CPD on the go, brought to you by Vision Eye Institute, one of Australia’s leading providers of ophthalmic care. Our dedicated team of surgeons combines extensive clinical expertise and a strong research program to deliver best-practice patient care. Join us as our host, optometrist Kristina Iacovangelo, who is also a Clinical Relationships Manager for Victoria, elicits clinical pearls and insights from our doctors on the topics that matter most in clinical optome ...
 
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Neurology® Podcast

American Academy of Neurology

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The Neurology Podcast provides practical information for neurologists and clinicians to practice the best possible medicine for patients. Examining methods and findings in peer-reviewed journals, the show provides insights that impact clinical practice and patient care. From the journal Neurology and the American Academy of Neurology, providing education and expert analysis since 2007.
 
Interviews with Osteopathic physicians on how their trials and tribulations got them to where they are! Geared towards osteopathic students but also for all healthcare students, pre-medical students, practicing physicians as well as anyone else interested in medicine. Team: Amir Khiabani, Courtney Merlo, Asiyah Rahman, Tiffany Carlson, Celine Tran, Madli Vahtra, Nick Buskill, Heidi Dreher, Thomas Jasionowski
 
Glaucoma is a set of eye diseases that affects millions worldwide. Also known as the silent thief of the eyesight, it silently creeps up on the patient, damaging the eye and causing vision loss. Most people are unaware of the existence of glaucoma and its effects on the eye until it’s already too late. Let's be aware of some common myths and facts related to Glaucoma explained by Dr. Pradeep Aggarwal Consultant Ophthalmologist at The Sight Avenue Hospital. Visit The Sight Avenue Eye Hospital ...
 
Mouthing off with Dr Lewis Ehrlich is all about interviewing health and wellness experts to make living a healthy, holistic lifestyle that little bit easier. We are bombarded by conflicting information that makes us all confused. In this podcast, I break down these barriers by extracting unbiased, practical health tips, routines and habits from people in the know. Like me, you will be inspired by the guests personal stories and their journey into health and wellness.
 
Welcome to the stuttering podcast! We are a group of people who stutter from all over the world sharing our stories, ideas and insights on stuttering. We hope to help and inspire other people who stutter like us! Don't forget to follow us on social media and you can send us a voice message to get featured on the next podcast!
 
Introducing EyePod, podcasts by Ophthalmology Times. This new audible resource from Ophthalmology Times engages with key opinion leaders in interviews about the latest innovations in the areas of surgery, clinical diagnosis, pharmaceutical advancements, research, and technology, plus practice management.
 
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The Anxiety Chicks are so excited to kick off a series of doctors we will be having come on and answering anxiety symptom questions that correlate with their field of study. Let's get down to the bottom of HOW and WHY anxiety can cause some of the feelings a lot of us who struggle with anxiety feel. Last week The Anxiety Chicks asked the community …
 
This episode will take a deeper dive into Sculptra which is a biostimulatory. We will discuss: 1. What a biostimulatory is 2. How Sculptra differs from fillers 3. Where Sculptra is injected 4. What to expect from the collagen stimulation 5. What a treatment consists of At the end of this 18 minutes episode, we hope that you have a better understand…
 
Dr. Roy Hamilton talks with Dr. Kenneth Langa, about the prevalence of dementia and mild cognitive impairment in the US. Read the full article in JAMA Neurology. This episode is brought to you by Mass General Brigham Department of Neurology, please visit us at www.massgeneralbrigham.org.By American Academy of Neurology
 
In the forty-fourth episode of the Better Eyesight Podcast, Nathan Oxenfeld, Claudia Muehlenweg, and Fernanda Leite Ribeiro read through the forty-fourth Better Eyesight magazine that was originally published in February 1923 by Dr. William H. Bates, the pioneer of natural vision improvement. Exactly 100 years later, these three natural vision educ…
 
The Trojan War is one of the most famously described and mythologized accounts from Ancient Greek civilization. It was the passion-fuelled war waged by the Greek States against Troy, which has captivated our imagination for millennia and inspired multiple Hollywood portrayals. But what exactly do we know about The Trojan War? And what can a war fro…
 
The February 2023 Neurology Recall showcases four dynamic interviews about Pre-Symptomatic Findings in Neurodegeneration. This episode features conversations with Dr. Sana Aslam on the clinicopathologic correlations of jaw tremor, followed by an interview with Dr. Valeria Iodice on diagnosing pre-motor multiple system atrophy, leading into an inter…
 
In this weeks episode of the Anxiety Chicks Podcast we are joined by Christa Biegler RDN, CLT to talk all things thyroid, integrative medicine and how they can be connected to anxiety and depression and some of the symptoms you may be feeling. Christa Biegler is an award-winning dietitian nutritionist, host of the Less Stressed Life podcast, and au…
 
On this episode of the DO or Do Not podcast, we interview Sandra Snyder, DO. Dr. Snyder is the Program Director of the Family Medicine residency program at the Cleveland Clinic. It is with pride that we speak with Dr. Snyder, an Osteopathic Physician who leads a program at one of the most prestigious institutions in the country. For those of you wh…
 
Dr. Justin Abbatemarco talks with Dr. Mark Gorman, about primary angiitis of the CNS. Read the full article in Annals of Neurology. This episode is brought to you by Mass General Brigham Department of Neurology, please visit us at www.massgeneralbrigham.org.By American Academy of Neurology
 
Welcome to this episode of 20/20 Money! My guest on today’s show is Ankit Patel. Ankit and I chat about how he and his wife have taken delegation and outsourcing in their practice to a whole new level by building part of their team overseas in the Philippines. We talk about their path through practice ownership and how they keep a pulse around thei…
 
Dr. Dan Ackerman talks with Dr. David Seiffge, about the use of oral anticoagulants on ischemic stroke. Read the full article in JAMA Neurology. This episode is brought to you by Mass General Brigham Department of Neurology, please visit us at www.massgeneralbrigham.org.By American Academy of Neurology
 
In this week's episode, Alison shares a recent story about being triggered by someone and how she got out of it mentally. Do you ever find yourself triggered by certain people? It seems like every time you hang out with them, you feel more negative about yourself? Your nervous system is activated? You don’t feel heard? It's just all so...draining. …
 
PDO threadlifts use sutures (PDO threads) to help give a subtle lift to the skin. Kane and Dr. Saluja will go through: 1. What is a PDO threadlift? 2. What are the differences between lifting threads and smooth threads? 3. Who would be the ideal candidate for a PDO threadlift? 4. What is the recovery like? Listen to the podcast to answer these ques…
 
Dr. Darby Miller MD MPH, past president of the Florida Society of Ophthalmology, AAO Young Ophthalmology Advocacy Subcommittee Chair, and Cornea and Refractive surgeon joins us today for an advocacy overview! What is advocacy? Why do we need it? How can these issues influence YOUR practice? Keep listening to find out. Subscribe to the podcast: http…
 
In the United States, the term 'originalists' refers to those who believe that the US constitution should be interpreted today with the same conviction as it was followed when written hundreds of years ago. But how can the ideas and laws from over 200 years ago possibly just simply be accepted today, when we live in a totally different world? So wh…
 
Dr. Gregg Day talks with Dr. Jane Alty, about the effect of cognitive reserve on cognitive decline in men and women as they age. Read the full article in Neurology. This podcast is sponsored by Mass General Hospital. Visit https://www.massgeneral.org/ for more information.By American Academy of Neurology
 
Understanding the relationship between business risk and the multiples that are paid on practices is important for anyone that's buying or selling a practice to understand. In this episode, I'll discuss how multiples are calculated, the different ways we can think about risk when it comes to investing, and why it's important to make sure that you'r…
 
This week's the Anxiety Chick's dive deep into DOOMSCROLLING! Are you a doom scroller? Do you constantly find yourself looking at things you know will trigger you or make you feel depressed? Do you constantly click on articles you know won't make you feel good? Are you always seeking out bad news subconsciously? This episode is for you. Episode Spo…
 
Today’s episode features Noshir Amaria D.O. Dr. Amaria is currently one of the team physicians for the Wolverine football team at the University of Michigan, a division 1 school as well as a member of the Big 10. Dr. Amaria will discuss his discovery of sports medicine in high school, which led him to become an athletic trainer. He will tell us how…
 
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