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This podcast is about IBS specifically IBS-D (diarrhea). It covers the symptoms, treatments, and diagnosis. This podcast also covers how to differentiate IBS from IBD.
ABC of skin cancer and Melanoma. Discussed by PA student Rebecca and Kate.
Alzheimer's dementia. Shelby a PA student discusses the disease and the management.
Sexual Dysfunction and kegel exercises. With PA student Anam and Rachael. Great job on this difficult topic.
Keto Vs Pescetarian. Ashley and Andrea students with us explain the difference and the benefits and risks.
A very well done researched discussion on ADD and ADHD. This can help some students and patients with understanding the Diagnosis and Treatment for Attention deficit.
In the middle of the discussion the drug name was discussed but the exact understanding and pronunciation of it was confusing.
STD and how to screening. What you should know about your sexual Health.
Joining me is PA student Nicole who is talking about headaches. Causes and Treatment.
My guest Medical Student Raymond O'Bryan is discussing the benefits and treatments for patients who want to stop smoking. Including the medications that we prescribe. Very informative.
Insulin can be difficult to understand. Here is an introduction to insulin and how a patient may want to use it.
Cervical cancer used to be the leading cause of cancer death for women in the United States. However, in the past 40 years, the number of cases of cervical cancer and the number of deaths from cervical cancer have decreased significantly. This decline largely is the result of many women getting regular PAP Smears
Did you know that Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in men and women. It is the second most common leading cause of cancer related death. One of the most preventable cancers of our time. Please consider screening at the appropriate age.
Today's topic will be about diabetes and monitoring of diabetes with hemoglobin A1c as well as special tests. Ryan a PA student at South University will be discussing hemoglobin A1c monitoring and will also be discussing the prescription medication metformin. Furthermore, we will be also discussing special tests needed for diabetic care. Some of these tests include diabetic retinopathy screening and regular foot checks.
Diabetic diets are very complicated. We often have some very polarizing information regarding which is the best diet. This topic will break down some of the barriers to understanding some of the simple foods that we can eat and what are the foods that we should avoid in diabetes. I especially like to topic about sweeteners.
This episode is a discussion regarding preparing for a rotation in our office. It helps new students understand the orientation timeline. This episode will help to prepare for your first week at our office.
Please avoid the white enriched bleached flour. I don't believe it is made for human consumption. Please join us for another great podcast that gives you a little more information on why you should avoid certain Carbs.
This is one of my close associates and friend David Jamison. I am excited that he was able to share some great information on how to run a business and optimize your time. We discussed Functional Attention Deficit for the very first time.
We also discussed Cialdini who lays out six ways you can get people to say yes to what you're asking.
Special guest Dr. Tommy who is kind enough to share this podcast. Thank you again
Tommy McElroy, MD
2405 Creel Lane, Suite 102
Wesley Chapel, FL 33549
813-907-6300 | 813-907-5600 fax
The liver's function is to detoxify, filter and protein synthesis. It also works by taking the raw material ingested like foods and converting them into usable fuel for our body. This is a simple view of it and will help us in understanding how to detoxify the liver when the enzymes are elevated.
How to live an Extraordinary life. I asked Randy to help us improve our mental and emotional resolve. Give us some grit. know our strengths and weakness and use those to 10X our lives. Three points we discussed are physiology, vocabulary and belief systems.