October 30th, 2010 at 12:15 am (episode, health, interprofessional relationships, dentistry, xylitol, oral systemic health, dentist)
Dr. Ellie Phillps discusses her book Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye, and her vision of the new paradigm of dentistry. She promotes prevention in some unconventional ways and is also at the forefront of the oral systemic movement in dentistry, a model which directly links oral health with systemic disease and prevention.
Interview conducted by Rochester, NY chiropractor Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.
October 22nd, 2010 at 10:07 pm (episode, chiropractic, health, physical therapists, athletic trainers, interprofessional relationships, student athletes)
Timothy Mirtz, DC PhD is an Assistant Professor of Adapted Physical Education and Health at the University of South Dakota. He’s been published in numerous peer reviewed journals and chiropractic periodicals writing articles that often examine controversial topics and nearly always spark important discussions. In this episode, he speaks with Dr. Brett Kinsler about the perceptions athletic trainers and physical therapists have about chiropractors.
October 15th, 2010 at 11:05 pm (episode, chiropractic, alternative medicine, health, cancer, soft tissue, Graston, active release techinque)
I caught up with Dr. Brian Nathanson of Norwalk, CT who is doing some amazing things with post-surgical and post-radiation breast cancer patients.
Interview produced and conducted by Dr. Brett L. Kinsler of Rochester, NY. Theme music by Derek K. Miller.
October 9th, 2010 at 11:49 pm (episode, chiropractic, health, spine, back pain, ncqa, quality)
John Ventura, DC, is a board certified chiropractic orthopedist and a clinical instructor in family medicine for the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He is also an associate clinical professor at New York Chiropractic College. Dr. Ventura serves as a chiropractic consultant to numerous insurance companies. He stopped by to discuss with Dr. Brett Kinsler the NCQA Back Pain Recognition Program (BPRP). This program seeks to recognize medical physicians, surgeons and chiropractors who deliver superior care to millions of Americans who suffer from low back pain.
October 5th, 2010 at 9:54 am (episode, chiropractic, skeptic, health, primary care, spine, back pain)
Michael Schneider, DC, PhD is an assistant professor in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh and the immediate past president of the West Hartford Group, a chiropractic think tank. Dr. Schneider spoke with me over Skype about the role chiropractic should play in the 21st century. His vision is of the chiropractor as a primary spine care practitioner and the doctor of choice for musculoskeletal conditions. He is as well published as he is well spoken in this discussion.