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Best Lisa Brooke Chantel Wicks Two Toronto Based Woman Discuss Their Experience Living With Ibd podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Lisa Brooke Chantel Wicks Two Toronto Based Woman Discuss Their Experience Living With Ibd podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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If you suffer from Crohn’s Disease, ulcerative colitis or any kind of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) this podcast is for you! #IBDWarrior, Chantel from Toronto talks about living with a difficult, invisible disease. No topic is off limits, and our guests are ready for any and all questions. Whether you suffer, or you love someone who does, she understands what it’s like to be going through it. We at #GtsNGlry do what we can to get you the answers you’re looking for. Episodes on all things ...
 
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Want to help an IBD Warrior that you love? Why not volunteer?! Host, Chantel from Toronto, ON sits down with Matthew Sebastiani from Vancouver, B.C. and Shannon Epstein from Montreal, QC and together they share their experiences as volunteers with Crohn’s and Colitis Canada. They discuss why they are involved, the roles they play, and the event ...…
 
Mina Mawani, President & CEO of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada and Dr. Laura Targownik, Clinician Scientist and Gastroenterologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto and Division Director for Gastroenterology at University of Toronto discuss some of the key findings in the ‘Impact of IBD in Canada Report’, especially related to healthcare costs ass ...…
 
IMAGINE Network is conducting a number of Fecal Microbial Transplantation (FMT) studies. Dr. Paul Moayyedi, Lead Investigator of IMAGINE Network and Gastroenterologist at McMaster University discusses what is FMT and the evidence, to date, on fecal transplantation as a potential therapy for patients with IBD. Mr. Ziyaad Mia, who is a FMT study ...…
 
IMAGINE Network is conducting a number of mental health studies in IBD patients. Studies that focus on topics like the brain-gut connection in IBD & IBS, Suicide Risk in IBD, and Stress Reduction (to name a few). We chat with Dr. Dean Tripp about what studies he has been involved in and Kim Daley, an IBD Warrior and Patient Research Partner at ...…
 
Why is Patient Oriented Research so important? What is the IMAGINE Network? What is the CIHR SPOR and how is it helping patients with IBD? What is the role of patient partners in IMAGINE? Answers to all these questions and more on this episode! We chat with Aida Fernandes, Executive Director, IMAGINE Network; Sandra Zelinsky, Patient Research P ...…
 
Diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2015, Effie Siamalekas takes us through her diagnosis and navigating the many questions and uncertainty she experienced. She discusses her journey of educating herself about ulcerative colitis and taking her health into her own hands. Being admitted to hospital, steroids, 5-ASA, blood transfusions, iron infu ...…
 
IBD Warrior, Lyndsay Hunter-McWaters, chats with us about her journey. Diagnosed with UC at 14, later diagnosed with Crohn’s at 25, ileostomy at 35, and all the details in between. She openly shares her experiences as a teenager struggling with her diagnosis and illness and how that impacted the path she traveled for awhile. However, despite al ...…
 
This is Part Two of our episode with the resilient, Montana Skurka who is an IBD Warrior, Health & Wellness Coach, and Yoga Teacher. She continues to share her personal experiences with childhood cancer, eating disorders, anxiety, and ulcerative colitis. We share how we often feel the need to “be strong” and continue with life’s responsibilitie ...…
 
Montana Skurka is an Integrative Wellness Educator who is dedicated to providing patients with guidance, education and support as they overcome the unique challenges of chronic illness. In this episode (Part 1 of 2), Montana opens up about her personal life struggles with illness, including childhood cancer, eating disorders, anxiety, depressio ...…
 
Nathan Pember is a fellow IBD Warrior who is not afraid to advocate for himself and others with IBD. What should you do if you aren’t happy with the treatment you receive at a medical facility? Nathan will tell you! He shares his personal journey with Crohns Disease that began at the age of 14. In 2017, Nathan had two operations, a resection an ...…
 
It’s almost that time of year again, Gutsy Walk time! Every year, Crohns and Colitis Canada hosts a 5 km walk at over 60 locations across Canada! This year we walk on Sunday, June 2nd, 2019! Have you signed up yet? Want to be a sponsor? Maybe you want to be a volunteer? Check out this episode to learn more about this amazing walk and how you ca ...…
 
We have personal trainer, Mike Short back again. Mike not only trains athletes but also people living with chronic illness. He speaks about how his lifestyle of taking his medications and paying attention to his fitness has him feeling positive physically and mentally. Baby stepping your way into more movement when living with IBD can lead to r ...…
 
We are joined, once again, with the resilient Rasheed Clarke, this time to talk specifically about his personal journey with IBD: pancolitis, total colectomy, pelvic pouch (J-pouch), temporary ileostomy, percutaneous tube to drain an abscess. He’s been through quite a bit. Rasheed also speaks about his book, ‘Three Tablets Twice Daily’ and abou ...…
 
Rasheed Clarke, Marketing & Communication Specialist at Crohn’s & Colitis Canada, joins Chantel and Lisa for a special Crohn’s & Colitis Awareness Month episode. They discuss key findings from the newly released “2018 Impact of IBD in Canada Report” like how the rates of Crohn’s and colitis in children has risen more than 50% in the last 10 yea ...…
 
For some, “gluten-free” may be a choice made easy by recent trends, but for people with Celiac disease it is much more serious than that. Though not IBD, Celiac disease is a serious illness that impacts the gastrointestinal tract similar to Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis. We chat with Lea Saad, a student living with Celiac disease and Melissa S ...…
 
How does cannabis work and how can we use it medically? Who is a candidate for medical cannabis and where are legal sources to access it? We are joined by Martina, a cannabis coach/educator from Lyte Resources Centre to discuss the answers to all of these questions and more! Don’t knock it until you listen!…
 
We chat with Peter Habashi, a research coordinator at Mount Sinai Hospital who’s main work is in coordinating the PACE (Promoting Access and Care through Centers of Excellence) IBD Telemedicine Program funded by Crohn’s and Colitis Canada; a program that is designed to service patients in under-serviced areas of Ontario. Could this program help ...…
 
Dr Vivian Huang is back again and from her unique perspective as a GI Specialist and IBD sufferer she talks about her journey as a doctor and how her own condition helps her to better understand the patients she cares for.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
In this episode we meet Dr Vivian Huang.We discuss her recent IBD surgery, and how it has impacted her GI practise.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
We sit down with Chris DiGiovanni, the founder of Kilos4Colitis, to talk about what inspired him to start lifting weights after his diagnosis of IBD and what sparked him to turn that into a fundraising and awareness opportunity.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
We talk with Ryan, the filmmaker of the documentary “Gutsy” and former IBD scholarship recipient!By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
We talk with Eric again about everything Ostomy, including questions you might be afraid to ask. Lets go!By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Charlotte joins us in the studio to discuss her work with Crohn’s and Colitis Canada and her own personal experience with Crohns disease.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Today we discuss what its like living with an ostomy bag and the ups and downs of being an “ostomate” with Eric from Veganostomy.ca.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Flares, checklists, and colonoscopies! Oh My! Chantel and Lisa dive into whats new in their lives and discuss everyone’s favourite: colonoscopies.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
2017 Gutsy Walk by Crohn’s and Colitis Canada took place on June 4th where the G&G team interviewed participants and volunteers at the event and discussed their stories and the importance of awareness.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Say hello to Ali; musician, puppeteer, freaking cool person.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Chantel and Lisa talk with Mike Short as they discuss the role sports play in their lives while living with IBD.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Chantel and Lisa discuss Chantel’s current experience with her present flare and an organization known as the 100 women who care.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Chantel goes to Nuckfest, The Ontario Beard and Mustache Championships which raises money for Crohn’s and Colitis, hosted by #theyeardproject. She interviews several of the contestants, some of which are affected by IBD.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Chantel and Lisa talk with Sherry, a mother of two teenage boys with Crohn’s Disease, as they discuss how the disease affects their lives.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Chantel and Lisa welcome Mike Speyer as they discuss his experience with Crohn’s disease and his organization: The Yeard Project. The Yeard Project is a not-for-profit organization that Mike and his brother founded to raise money for Crohn’s and Colitis by growing yearlong beards and selling beard products! It is an excellent organization that ...…
 
Chantel and Lisa share websites, organizations, resources, etc. that they trust and value when it comes to information about IBD. The following URLs for IBD organizations were mentioned in this episode: Crohn’s and Colitis USA: ccfa.org Crohn’s and Colitis UK: https://www.crohnsandcolitis.org.uk/ GI Society: badgut.org Go here app: http://www.c ...…
 
By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Lisa and Chantel share their advice and experiences for navigating relationships with co-workers and healthcare professionals.By Lisa Brooke, Chantel Wicks: Two Toronto based woman discuss their experience living with IBD.
 
Two Toronto based women discuss their experiences living with IBD. Lisa has Crohn’s and Chantel has Crohns and ulcerative colitis. Together they share their ups and downs battling IBD. Lisa and Chantel explore what it really means to have IBD; the moments that require true guts and the glorious moments too. Real and fun advice from two gutsy women.…
 
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