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Hi I’m Ross Tanick, DO, family medicine resident at Swedish Medical Center in Colorado. This podcast features interviews and stories with physicians from a variety of backgrounds and involved in many different styles of practice (mental health, addiction and pain, rural practice, OMM/OMT, geriatrics, pediatrics, lifestyle med, preventive medicine, etc). We dive into the journey to become a physician and choosing a specialty, as well as hear fun stories and compelling cases being presented. N ...
 
Unveiling the iboga experience for first-timers and shamans alike, Iboganautics is the podcast committed to discovering everything there is to know about "Tabernanthe iboga," or simply called iboga, a naturally occurring psychedelic plant from Gabon in western Central Africa. While other podcasters and content producers mainly focus on the addiction interruption properties of ibogaine, the main acting alkaloid in iboga, there is so much more to discuss, so much more one could and should know ...
 
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(Woops. It appears that after the intro there is about 35 seconds of silence before the interview begins. That’s my bad. Feel free to skip the silent part, you won’t hurt my feelings.). The script has been flipped! Dr. Dave Gordon interviews me about my medical school experiences and the journey ahead into family medicine residency at Swedish Medic…
 
Telehealth, remote primary care, and the future of medicine! This episode with Josh Emdur, DO is a fun and interesting one about telehealth, remote primary care, and the future of medicine! We get into all sorts of topics from his time as a hospitalist, to him changing up his practice completely and getting out of the hospital and into a role as a …
 
Direct Primary Care! Dr. Brie Seefeldt is an awesome guest on the podcast. She talks about how she got out of the world of corporate medicine to start her own small, independent practice that functions as direct primary care (DPC), circumventing insurance and giving her patients quality time and quality care. She talks about the details regarding D…
 
Business of Medicine! Releasing this just after the Match, so I hope everyone is in high spirits with no stress at all in their lives! Today's episode is with Marcia Brauchler, a business consultant for physicians. She is the owner and founder of Physicians' Ally, a consulting firm that helps physicians negotiate contracts with insurance companies …
 
Endoscopy and Colonoscopy as a Family Doctor!Dr. Davis Blanton details the world of endoscopy and colonoscopy within the world of the family medicine doctor. He discusses his passion for teaching at the high school level, and as faculty at a family medicine residency as well. We then get into how he got trained in endoscopy, how often he performs t…
 
Integrative medicine time! Psychedelic ayahuasca experiences in Peru, chanting with monks in Tibet, performing sound therapy and ketamine therapy in Colorado, working for Kaiser, being Chief Resident and then faculty for a FM residency program, starting a solo practice, and thoughts about the modern American healthcare system. This is an interestin…
 
Happy Holidays, friends. Consider this a stocking stuffer from the PCP to you. My guest today is a friend from my undergraduate psychology days, Bryan Hemmer. He is the owner of The Inevitable You®, a life and business coaching system that uses the latest in neural sciences, elite military leadership training, and cutting-edge business principles t…
 
This episode is with Dr. Mario Giovacchini, a second-year resident in family medicine at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver, CO. He has a very interesting backstory, having been in the biotech industry, medical informatics, and genome sequencing prior to getting inspired to go to medical school while on a medical mission in Honduras. He talks about hi…
 
Family Medicine Residency Program Director, Dr. Levi Sundermeyer, graces this episode of the Primary Care Podcast. We sat down in his office to have a long discussion about the residency application, interview, and matching process from the point of view of a PD. We also discuss his additional OB training, his time as an active duty physician in th…
 
Sports Medicine!! If that doesn’t excite you, I don’t know what will. This episode was a delightful, in-person(!) interview with Dr. Kathy Vidlock. She did her residency in family medicine and practiced as a family doctor for 10 years prior to completing a fellowship in sports medicine at the University of Iowa. She has worn many hats throughout he…
 
This fantastic episode is with Kristina Hulen, MD who is a second-year family medicine resident at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver, CO. We discuss the ins and outs of family medicine residency, including the journey to get there. She gives us a break down of her day to day life, as well as a more zoomed out view of the overall timeline of her three…
 
This episode of the Primary Care Podcast is with internal medicine intern, Dr. Michal Klepadlo. He recently started residency at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver, CO. We discuss many things in this episode including how to set yourself up to apply to residency, his love of clinical reasoning and how to improve your skills, his appreciation for the p…
 
In this episode, fourth-year medical student and soon-to-be osteopathic physician, Colleen Maher, details her journey through third and fourth year of medical school including doing 5 sub-internships, applying to and interviewing with residency programs, and matching at her top choice family medicine residency program. We also discuss how to sell y…
 
Dr. Michael Marder is Ikerbasque Research Professor of Philosophy at the University of the Basque Country where, for example, he teaches courses in “Ecology and Phenomenology,” and “Philosophical Anthropology.” His research interests include ethical and political philosophy, environmental philosophy, and phenomenology, and he has authored a number …
 
Dr. Felix Krengel recently completed his PhD in biological sciences at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in Mexico City. His research interests include phytochemistry, metabolomics, and plant tissue culture, focusing particularly on the biosynthesis of monoterpenoid indole alkaloids by Mexican species of the Apocynaceae plant family. I in…
 
Dr. Chris Jenks has applied his background in organic chemistry to ibogaine extraction studies since the 1990s. Over the years, he developed simpler and less expensive procedures and manufacturing methods to extract ibogaine from various plant materials, resulting in multiple manuals and papers detailing the process. The driving force behind his ef…
 
Dr. Surajit Sinha is professor at the Department of Organic Chemistry at the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS), in Kolkata, West Bengal. His research interests broadly include organic synthesis, chemical biology, drug discovery and delivery, and more specifically, iboga alkaloids. I invite Surajit on the podcast to discuss no…
 
Dr. Lowan H. Stewart is an emergency physician and was an associate clinical professor who currently resides in Oslo as a result of working with a team to bring the specialty of Emergency Medicine to Norway. Additionally, he has over 20 years of experience with clinical use of ketamine, is a member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, fo…
 
Dr. Peter H. Addy has a PhD in clinical psychology, conducted postdoctoral research and eventually promoted to faculty member at Yale School of Medicine, and co-founded the Yale Psychedelic Science Group in 2016. In 2018, he started a private practice in psychotherapy, and soon thereafter began offering professional trainings, including one on Salv…
 
Welcome to . . . Iboganautics: Unveiling the iboga experience for first-timers and shamans alike. I’m your host, AM. Season 3, Neuro & Plant Science, is about how iboga-type alkaloids affect the human brain; neurophysiological and phenomenological overlaps between iboga and other hallucinogens; iboga botany; and ibogaine extraction methods. The mai…
 
Great episode just released with Dr. Cleveland Piggott! He is a family physician and an assistant professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He talks about being a black man in medicine and many issues of diversity in medicine. I, personally, learned a lot from talking to Dr. Piggott and hope you all enjoy our discussion. Get out i…
 
Art Hsieh is Paramedic Program Director for the Public Safety Training Center at Santa Rosa Junior College where he also teaches. His career in emergency medical services spans nearly 40 years, including serving as president of the National Association of EMS Educators, presenting at conferences at home and abroad, and is the author of two books: T…
 
Andrés Gómez Emilsson is Director of Research at, and co-founder of, the Qualia Research Institute where he works with algorithm design, psychedelic theory, neurotechnology, and mapping the computational properties of consciousness, to name several. He has a master’s degree in Computational Psychology; worked professionally with graph theory, stati…
 
This episode of the Primary Care Podcast features an engaging and inspiring conversation with family physician Dr. Carolyn Chen about health disparities and caring for marginalized people and those of low socioeconomic status. Enjoy, friends. The last version was uploaded with a weird glitch that had the interview on repeat. This is the real versio…
 
The great Dr. Dow joins me on the Primary Care Podcast to talk extensively about her field of pediatric medicine. She spoke passionately about her several different careers within pediatrics and other topics in medicine and children’s literature, as well. We cover pediatric emergency medicine, primary care, and her post-clinical career teaching med…
 
Dr. Kenneth L. Koch is a practicing physician, professor of gastroenterology at Wake Forest University, and professor at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine. He’s been on numerous institutional, divisional, and national committees and boards, and has authored hundreds of papers and book chapters during his career. His latest book is…
 
Dr. Michelle Tollefson is an OBGYN and a fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. She is also a breast cancer survivor. Hear her talk about: - implementing change to medical curricula to include more evidence-based lifestyle medicine - many elements of health and wellness having to do with the pillars of Lifestyle Medicine - statistics…
 
Joaquín González is a PhD candidate in neuroscience at the University of the Republic (UdelaR) in Montevideo, Uruguay. In addition to teaching master’s students the neurobiological and neurochemical basis of sleep, he conducts research with his colleagues at the Laboratory of Sleep Neurobiology regarding ibogaine’s effects on sleep and wakefulness …
 
Dr. Andrew G. Lee is a professor in the Departments of Ophthalmology, Neurology, and Neurosurgery at Weill Cornell Medical College, is currently the Chair of the Blanton Eye Institute at Houston Methodist Hospital, has been on the editorial board of fourteen scientific journals, and my favorite part of Andrew’s CV is his YouTube channel called “Neu…
 
Dr. Tibor M. Brunt has conducted multiple researches related to addiction science at the Free University of Amsterdam and the Trimbos Institute in Utrecht, and he’s currently a postdoctoral fellow at Radboud University in Nijmegen, and a scientific supervisor at the Amsterdam University Medical Center. I invite Tibor on the podcast to discuss his a…
 
Matt Cooper is a nutrition consultant, integrative health coach, and strength & conditioning coach from Los Angeles, California. You can tell by looking at his website’s bio at RewirePerformance.com that he’s an avid learner who applies and combines his knowledge from different fields to craft tailormade training programs for his clients ranging fr…
 
Tricia Eastman conducts healing ceremonies around the world after years of iboga training in Mboumba, Eyano, Mimbare, and Missoko Bwiti traditions from Gabon, in addition to working with 5-MeO-DMT in shamanic and ceremonial contexts. She’s an inspiring voice on the psychedelic lecture circuit, presenting at conferences such as the Aware Project, th…
 
Welcome to . . . Iboganautics: Unveiling the iboga experience for first-timers and shamans alike. I’m your host, A.M. Season 2, The Body on Iboga, is about the physical aspects of the iboga experience people should consider. The main questions that guide each episode are: “What is happening to my body while on iboga,” and, “How am I experiencing my…
 
Mark Andersen-Nissen is a doctor of physical therapy and a passionate advocate for his field. In this episode of the Primary Care Podcast, we discuss Dr. Mark’s work as a physical therapist and how he experiences his profession’s relationship with primary care medicine. Really good stuff here. Enjoy. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review!…
 
This episode of the podcast features an interview between Harmony Green, Health and Wellness Coordinator at Ketamine Wellness Centers, and Psychologist, Dr. Ellen Diamond, who is also one of the founders at Ketamine Wellness Centers. Due to the pandemic you may be feeling stressed and anxious about the coronavirus (COVID-19). Given this unprecedent…
 
Dr. Steve Katsikas is a professor of clinical psychology and Chair of the School of Professional Psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses. His research interests include but are not limited to: assessment and treatment of children with behavioral difficulties, cross-cultural diff…
 
Part 2 of my talk with David Gordon, MD where we focus on his practice using cannabis as medicine. He talks risk and benefit, uses, misconceptions, and what the literature and research say on the topic of cannabis medicine. We take listener questions at the end. Spread the word. Tell a friend who you think might enjoy this show. Thanks. Enjoy.…
 
Greg Lawrence is a Psychedelic Integration and Transformational Coach, and Energy Worker, and is affiliated with various psychedelic integration centers such as The Transpersonal Counseling Center, Psychedelia, and Innerspace Integration. People seek out Greg’s knowledge and guidance regarding self-exploration and integration before and after psych…
 
Dr. Claudia Schwarz-Plaschg is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Vienna’s Department of Science and Technology Studies. She was a visiting researcher at Harvard University, a scholar at the Munich Center for Technology in Society, Arizona State University’s School for the Future of Innovation in Society, and the list goes on. In genera…
 
Conclusion chapter of my master's thesis. See episode 1.3 description for more information. CONNECT Twitter (https://twitter.com/AMhouot) LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/amhouot/) Academia (https://independent.academia.edu/AMHouot) ResearchGate (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Am_Houot) DISCLAIMER Iboganautics is a podcast intended for e…
 
Chapter 3 of my master's thesis. See episode 1.3 description for more information. CONNECT Twitter (https://twitter.com/AMhouot) LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/amhouot/) Academia (https://independent.academia.edu/AMHouot) ResearchGate (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Am_Houot) DISCLAIMER Iboganautics is a podcast intended for entertainm…
 
Chapter 2 of my master's thesis. See episode 1.3 description for more information. CONNECT Twitter (https://twitter.com/AMhouot) LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/amhouot/) Academia (https://independent.academia.edu/AMHouot) ResearchGate (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Am_Houot) DISCLAIMER Iboganautics is a podcast intended for entertainm…
 
Chapter 1 of my master's thesis. See episode 1.3 description for more information. CONNECT Twitter (https://twitter.com/AMhouot) LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/amhouot/) Academia (https://independent.academia.edu/AMHouot) ResearchGate (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Am_Houot) DISCLAIMER Iboganautics is a podcast intended for entertainm…
 
In this episode including the following four episodes, taking 2 hours and 52 minutes in total, I read my master's thesis to the non-readers among us, and secondarily to podcast listeners. I have two people in mind when I’m reading my thesis: my parents. My dad told me he wouldn’t read my thesis, a piece that took me over a year to research and writ…
 
The Colombian-born Dutchman, Rico Mesa, is a calisthenics athlete who competes internationally in events such as the WSWCF World Cup, Calisthenics Cup in The Netherlands, CCB Royal Barz, Call Out competition, Battle of the Barz, and many more. We speak about Rico’s methods to control the body, and what we can take away and possibly apply toward con…
 
Activist Yann Guignon, founder and co-director of Blessings of the Forest iboga conservation charity, promotes sustainability efforts about iboga and the traditional pygmy peoples of Gabon who use this cultural and spiritual plant resource. In this episode, we discuss international law surrounding iboga such as the Nagoya Protocol; the ethics and r…
 
This episode features the amazing Beatriz Linn, MD telling the incredible story of her life. She talks about growing up in the Andes Mountains of Colombia, going to medical school in Medellín, almost getting kidnapped by guerrillas in the jungle during the Colombian drug trade of the late 1980s, coming to the US and training as an internist, and no…
 
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