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Best Traumatic Brain Injury podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Traumatic Brain Injury podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Recovering from a stroke or brain injury can feel very lonely, but the NeuroNerds are here to help through their love of all things nerd! Each Monday, join Joe Borges and his co-host Lauren Manzano as they share stories from their personal recovery journeys; offer tips for coping and thriving; interview fellow survivors and experts; and talk about varying nerd topics from comics to superhero movie theories to video games and more. If you’re a stroke or brain injury survivor, a caregiver or f ...
 
Inspiring greater peace, acceptance, and happiness for people affected by brain injury is a big part of what we do. We’ve learned that meditation is one powerful way to help transform chaos into inner calm and frustration into joy. Meditation offers a variety of paths--from short to long, guidance to silence, imagery to mantras--so that everyone can find a practice that works for them. We are collaborating with brain injury survivors, yogis, and meditation teachers to share meditation practi ...
 
What’s the relationship between nature and the brain? Join me, Sarah Allely, as I discover how nature helped me recover from a brain injury. When a mild traumatic brain injury left me unable to read, write or watch TV, I discovered my path to recovery was through nature. This podcast follows my journey of recovery, and my quest to find out why. What’s the science behind my experience? Many academics acknowledge nature’s health benefits, and scientists are yet to pinpoint exactly what it is t ...
 
Clinical Updates in Brain Injury Science Today (or CUBIST), a product of the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, is a podcast for health care providers. We tackle the controversial and breaking research that will help you feel connected to the latest information on traumatic brain injury. CUBIST is hosted by Inbal Eshel and produced and edited by Deborah Bailin. Subscribe through iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. For more information on TBI, including provider tools, ...
 
This platform is designed to speak to those who value living a full and magnificent life. Your host Lynda Griparic is a naturopath, nutritionist and yoga teacher with an avid and sometimes awkward interest in all things digestive health, especially bowel movements and the intelligent communication systems that exist in the body. Love and Guts explores all things mind-set, brain health, digestive health, pooping patterns, connection, communication and so much more. It's content may challenge ...
 
On HBOT-in-Wound Care join Dr. Paul Harch and myself as we create and publish this podcast series to bring awareness of how Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment aids the body's growth and repair systems. Dr. Harch explains the science behind HBOT and thereby shows us how this is "... the most simple, yet complex and elegant gene therapy known to man-kind." -PGH M.D
 
Life Over Pain is a podcast full of inspiring stores from people with chronic pain and/or traumatic brain injury. Their stories are about how they are not defined by their pain or injury. They describe how they make choices to adapt to their present circumstances to create lives of value despite pain and loss. And, BTW, If you'd like to share your story, or know of someone who might have a story to share, please email LifeOverPain1@gmail.com.
 
Every generation strives to make the lives of our children happier, healthier and more productive. From cases of otitis media and current lipid management strategies, to the latest treatment options for traumatic brain injury, and the manifestation of rare chromosomal abnormalities, ReachMD explores the realm of children's health with a balanced lineup of leading medical experts in pediatrics and adolescent medicine. Join us to learn more!
 
John Putignano, a former officer at Alexander Correctional in NC, has seen a lot of corruption during his seven years with the prison system. After a traumatic brain injury on the job he was let go and is now disabled. His new mission is to expose the crooked leadership and damaged system through his book “North Carolina’s Correctional Warfare” and this Podcast.
 
On October 5, 2007, Kevin Saum suffered a traumatic brain injury called second impact syndrome during a high school football game, which ended his athletic career and nearly ended his life. Kevin created the Head's 'N Tales podcast to serve as a platform for other athletes who have been dealt life-altering injuries, illnesses or other obstacles throughout their careers to share their story's and to learn how they persevered in the face of adversity. He additionally interviews subject experts ...
 
Suzy and Fuzzy Manning love to engage fully in life living their dream to impact the quality of people’s lives. Suzy is passionate about helping women gain purpose, empowerment, and inner peace at midlife. Fuzzy is a Heart-Centered Intuitive who offers personalized solutions that easily integrate into your life to achieve success and happiness. They believe that you can manifest your dreams, renew your spirit, and achieve an extraordinary life if shown how. They have lived on Isagenix produc ...
 
The TBI Family is produced by the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center. This podcast provides caregivers of service members and veterans with TBI with information on traumatic brain injury and highlights resources available to them. We also share caregiver stories. For information on TBI or to get the DVBIC Family Caregiver Curriculum, go to dvbic.dcoe.mil or email us at info@dvbic.org. The views, opinions and/or findings contained in this podcast are those of the host, reporters and gue ...
 
Dr. Sabrina Segal, Neurobiologist and former fitness professional discusses the most current scientific research on exercise and the brain in a fun, entertaining way by interviewing experts in health to provide you with helpful tips so that YOU can take action to make healthy life style decisions so that you can reach your FULL potential... Learn how you can have your nervous system, brain and body function at your personal BEST. This means better health, better relationships, more success, ...
 
BetterHealthGuy.com was the result of Scott's personal journey through Lyme disease and mold illness. Throughout his twenty years of recovering his health, Scott was fortunate enough to be introduced to many experts and healers in the health arena. BetterHealthGuy Blogcasts are interviews with many of these experts on topics such as Lyme disease, mold illness, parasites, detoxification, emotional health, and much more. Follow Scott as he empowers your better health!
 
Lifestyle by Design is hosted by Karen Jacobs, an Occupational Therapist and a professor in Occupational Therapy at Boston University. Lifestyle By Design’s motto is “helping you solve everyday challenges.” Each episode will introduce you to extraordinary people who will share with us their stories of how they addressed a challenge in their lives, as well as professionals who will share their expertise on how to handle challenges big and small.
 
Hosted by Mercedes Terrell and Jade Bryce, an unlikely duo who realize that we are not left to our fates without the ability to affect the outcome. These two babes on a mission have dedicated this show to uncovering life’s most coveted truths. With the help of world-famous guests from all walks of life, including health, science, business, love & relationships, spirituality, fitness, and more, they’re re-discovering ancient knowledge and sharing valuable tools for manifesting and re-connecti ...
 
Douglas W. Stephey, O.D., M.S. is a full-service eye and vision care provider in Southern California and is a sought-after conference speaker, educator, and passionate advocate for patients diagnosed with ADHD, parents with a child that lands on the Autistic spectrum, and students in special education. This podcast will educate you about common eye problems, how nutrition plays is a key role in your vision health, what exactly is 20/20 vision and why seeing 20/20 is not enough to move, look, ...
 
Behind the Knife is a podcast aimed for everyone interested in not only an in-depth look at the broad range of surgical topics, but a "behind the scenes" look at the interesting, controversial and humanistic side of surgery from some of the giants in the field. Come along with Kevin Kniery, Jason Bingham, John McClellan and Scott Steele on a journey that explores all the disciplines of General Surgery in this informal discussion and interview format. We feel that this is the perfect medium n ...
 
Upholding Valor focuses on men and women from all backgrounds and eras of military service. It is our hope that this series will inspire and educate veterans to use the resources and programs they have earned while spotlighting their spirit and courage throughout our community. It is up to all of us to look out for our veterans. Hosted by Jill Atwood, Chief of Communications of the VA in Salt Lake City, Utah, and sponsored by American United Federal Credit Union, continuously striving to be ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
Through GlobalCastMD’s world-class network of physicians and technology, any health system can provide their doctors access to ongoing mentoring and education. Companies can leverage this same network to more effectively train physicians on products and use it to help train their own sales force. Our educational materials aim to provide entertaining, interactive education for anyone, regardless of geography. We truly are: Dedicated to the rapid advancement of care. Everywhere.
 
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Dr. Martin Schreiber, Division Head of Trauma, Critical Care, and Acute Care Surgery at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) joins us on Rounds to discuss the results of his recently accepted prospective RCT of prehospital TXA use in adult patients with traumatic brain injury. In addition, we discuss the rise of hemostatic adjuncts, balanced…
 
The world of traumatic brain injuries is complex and nuanced. Dr. Katie Scott, a neuropsychologist at the University of Michigan’s Mary A. Rackham Institute, is here to talk through the essentials of this multi-layered area. She also provided a fantastic resources list for the Cool Things Mentioned section. Here are just a few pieces that we touch …
 
Dr. Umesh "Umi" Venkatesan is an Institute Scientist and Director of the Brain Trauma and Behavior Laboratory at Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI). Umi is trained as a clinical psychologist, and he currently studies behavior and cognition in people with neurological disabilities, particularly following traumatic brain injury. He is inte…
 
After the diagnosis of a brain tumour in 2013 and the subsequent surgery and recovery, she was able to gradually move back into her complex role as a Superintendent of Education. It meant finding different ways of communicating, working and coping as she grew to know and understand her new self. Lynn is how driven to help us become self-advocates, …
 
One of the leading pioneers in plant medicine and transformational healing, our guest, Dr. Dan Engle, is changing the game- so to speak - not only for athletes suffering with brain injurires but for anyone wishing to enhance their cognitive abilities, conquer emotions and get the most out of life. After going from an Ashram to living in the jungle …
 
#160 Kayle holds a master’s degree in Behavioral Medicine from Goddard College. Her initial training in peripheral biofeedback – heart rate, temperature, etc. – was at Applied Psychophysiology Institute of Bainbridge Island, Washington followed by supervision under John Jordy at Western Washington University. She started studying neurofeedback with…
 
Our host, David Clifford, talks through how Epilepsy is related to Traumatic Brain Injury including an injury he suffered in a car accident in his teens. This is the video that inspired this episode, where a New York City Police Officer throws a young girl to the ground for her to hit her head on the curb. It is reported that she suffered a seizure…
 
In this episode, our host and longtime intractable epilepsy sufferer, David Clifford takes us back to 1983 to tell a story of when his own stigma against others changed the path of his own life. So pop your collar and grab your jellies, because we’re in for an awesome ride. This is the first episode of a series we will present on Stigma. In all ser…
 
About four years ago, I started doing twice-yearly retreats to reflect and work on my businesses. While I didn’t know it at the time, it turns out that Bill Gates has been doing what he calls “Think Weeks” for decades. As I looked around, I found that many CEO’s and other high performers have some process for stepping away from the daily routine in…
 
Dr. Ramchandani talks a bit about suicide during COVID-19 and Sushant Singh Rajput's death. Why you need to reach out to family and friends now. Why you need to wear a mask? What are the differences between N95, P95, cloth and surgical masks? Why not use something with a valve? Episode 21 is full of great info! Youtube channel coming soon!…
 
In this episode Alan and Danny discuss the nutritional science research on vegan diets and human health. Some of the concepts covered include: defining “plant-based” diets, examination of various intervention trials comparing diets, veganism across the lifestage, benefits of a vegan diet, nutrient considerations and lots more. Show Notes: https://s…
 
Abdominal Vascular Trauma – Venous with Dr. Todd Rasmussen. Episode 3 of 6 for our vascular trauma series. Kevin and Adham discuss the management of injuries to the vena cava and portomesenteric venous system with Dr. Rasmussen. Dr. Rasmussen is a Colonel in the United States Air Force and is a Professor of Surgery and Associate Dean of Research at…
 
An anti-racism spiritual activist, our guest, Mehcad Brooks, is aiding in this much needed collective shift toward consciousness we're experiencing. As a prolific Hollywood star, storyteller, and talented musician, he has emerged as the voice of a generation, using his sphere of influence to propel the Black Lives Matter movement forward. In this d…
 
If there’s a four-letter word Annie Lalla gets, it’s L-O-V-E. When it comes to relationship coaching, there’s no one more perfect for the job of developing emotional bodybuilders than Annie Lalla. Annie helps individuals attract, create and foster connections and on this episode of the Brute Podcast, she’s here to help do the same for you. Listen a…
 
#161 Ken McGrath is the Clinical Liaison Manager at Microba. He obtained his PhD studying Molecular Biology at the University of Queensland, and has a research background in microbial genomics,including human and environmental microbiomes and metagenomics analysis. Ken has been a member of several international microbiome research projects, includi…
 
Our last episode presented the events leading up to the resection neurosurgery that our host, David Clifford, undertook in 2017. This episode covers what happened immediately after the surgery and provides an update of his recovery. To see the images of the recovery process click here. There are plenty of risks regarding surgery and one should inve…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a complete rollercoaster for many of us. As some parts of the country are returning to in-person assessment, we’re now scrambling to figure out what assessment looks like in the age of social distancing. I’ve gathered a number of ideas, both from research and anecdotal situations, to share with those of you considerin…
 
Moving to a different country may impact an individual’s ability to engage in familiar roles, routines, and habits. Such a transition influences occupational performance, occupational identity, relationships, and overall health and wellbeing. Our guest, Dr. Inbal identified the profound need to support trailing spouses in the process of relocation …
 
Dr. David Nott has been a Consultant Surgeon at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital for 23 years where he specializes in general surgery. Professor Nott also performs vascular and trauma surgery at St Mary’s Hospital and cancer surgery at the Royal Marsden Hospital. For the past twenty three years David has taken unpaid leave each year to work for the…
 
Diana Rodgers and Robb Wolf are the co-authors of Sacred Cow, a book exploring the important role of animals in our food system. Diana is a Registered Dietitian living on a working organic farm in New England, where she runs an active nutrition practice. She speaks at universities and conferences internationally about nutrition and sustainability, …
 
Why You Should Listen: In this episode, you will learn about Precision Mycotoxin Detoxification and optimizing mycotoxin detoxification associated with mold illness. About My Guest: My guests for this episode are Beth O'Hara, Emily Givler, and Dr. Neil Nathan. Beth O’Hara, FN is a Functional Naturopath and Functional Genetic Analyst working with cl…
 
“Parenting should be a separate developmental stage.” Dr. Rita Eichenstein is here today to talk with me about parenting and the changes that happen when adults adopt this new identity, particularly when parenting “atypical” kids. We focus on the stages of grief model that she discusses in her book, Not What I Expected, which walks through the clas…
 
Dr. Joe Baio is an Assistant Professor in the School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University. In the lab, Joe studies how materials function in the natural world to determine if principles from natural materials can be applied to solve important problems in medicine, biotechnology, engineering, and other fie…
 
Marcus Filly is the creator of Functional Bodybuilding and a former CrossFit Games athlete - he also just so happens to look like a Greek God. Today, we’re talking about some of the recent racial issues going on around the world, and what it means to be all inclusive with your members and community. We talk about parenting, personal development exe…
 
Determining whether or not your intubated and ventilated patient requires ongoing ventilatory support should not be overly complicated. In this episode we review the approach to determining if our mechanically ventilated patients can be safely extubated. In addition to discussing readiness for spontaneous breathing trial (SBT) criteria, we also dis…
 
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds. Summary This episode is the first in our Amplify Black Voices series. In this series, we are featuring Black stroke and brain injury survivors sharing their experiences of being Black in America as well as t…
 
Professor Corinna Hawkes has been working for the past 20 years with UN agencies, governments, NGOs and academia at the local, national and international level to support the design of more effective policies throughout the food system to improve diets and prevent malnutrition in all its forms. She is currently Director of the Centre for Food Polic…
 
In this episode, our host, David Clifford, walks through the events leading up to his neurosurgery in 2017. This is part one of a two-part series. Neurosurgery is often the last resort for people of epilepsy with intractable seizures. To qualify, an applicant needs to go through testing that pinpoints exactly where in the brain the seizures origina…
 
I’m back with you today for a “business” episode talking all about the options for remote assessment of autism. Many of us have adopted remote assessment options for cognitive and behavioral assessment, but autism remains the final frontier during COVID-19 simply because many of us rely on in-person, non-socially distanced interactions to make accu…
 
Startled by the sound of two consecutive home runs as they bounced off the concrete walls of San Francisco’s Oracle Park on Christmas Night 2013, she felt the balls colliding with her head. The freakishly loud “Crack! Crack!” reverberated within her skull. Then, a sickening awareness overtook her. One misstep onto a slippery wheelchair ramp at a cr…
 
Robert is the founding program director for the masters of OT program at Tennessee Wesleyan University in Knoxville, Tennessee. He wrote his recently published book serves as a guide and resource for those experiencing job loss during this time. It shares daily tasks and thought provoking questions to help guide the reader towards what they need to…
 
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds. Special Note: This episode was recorded before the events of the past month of June 2020 where several black people in America including George Floyd were murdered at the hands of police brutality. The Neuro…
 
I’m incredibly fortunate to have Dr. Linda McGhee here for a conversation around cultural competence and assessment. Please note that this episode was recorded just after George Floyd’s murder, before the video was widely available and the protests began. As such, we do not discuss the events explicitly, though we do speak about a variety of relate…
 
I am a licensed psychologist in California specializing in neuropsychological and forensic evaluations. I have 10 years of education and training in clinical psychology and neuropsychology and extensive experience evaluating adults and adolescents for psychological and neuropsychological conditions. My training and experience have been in psycholog…
 
One of the leading pioneers in plant medicine and transformational healing, our guest, Dr. Dan Engle, is changing the game- so to speak - not only for athletes suffering with brain injurires but for anyone wishing to enhance their cognitive abilities, conquer emotions and get the most out of life. After going from an Ashram to living in the jungle …
 
Mansal Denton, founder of Nootropedia, is on a mission to mend the disconnected and broken food system through hunting and transparency. The badass and ethical hunter joins this week’s Brute Podcast to explain exactly how he’ll do so. During the podcast, Mansal revisits everything from his first hunt to the ayahuasca experience that changed his out…
 
Dr. Ileana Soto is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences at Rowan University. She studies how disruption of brain development leads to neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders. Her goal is to identify defects at the cellular level before signs and symptoms of the disease can be detected. These defects m…
 
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