The Dr. Kinney Show

The Dr. Kinney Show

Do you constantly feel overwhelmed, stressed or burnt out? Have you been told that your symptoms are “all in your head” even though you’re sure that they’re not? You’re not alone, and Dr. Kinney is here to help you. Dr. Erin Kinney is a Naturopathic Doctor, coach and speaker who helps her patients understand what is REALLY going on in their bodies so that they can take control of their health and get their life back on track. With the help of other leading experts in the health and wellness industry, Dr. Kinney is here each week to share the strategies and tools you need to keep your body functioning optimally. If you are ready to reconnect with the wisdom of your body and reestablish harmony in your life, be sure to tune in to the Dr. Kinney Show. To find out more visit www.drerinkinney.com.

Episodes

May 16, 2022 37 min

Are you familiar with the mind-body connection? 

When your body is facing a lot of stressors, it can be easy to feel stuck. This is because your brain is trying to protect you so much that you can’t get out of a fight or flight response in order to heal, so sometimes it all comes down to getting your brain on board.

In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Ashleigh Di Lello, who has a remarkable story. She lived on t...

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How do you feel about menopause?   

 

Menopause brings big changes and it can be very frustrating for women to navigate. So many people get fixated on all of the negative aspects of going through this phase of life that they forget to celebrate all of the things that are great about it. 

 

In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I am sitting down with Linda Stephens to talk about all things menopause. She’s sharing her tips for adj...

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Have you ever wished it was easier to gather all of your diet, lifestyle, and health information in one place?

 

As you may already know, this type of information is extremely important when it comes to holistic health practitioners. They need to look at the whole picture when it comes to your health, not just the problem area. In order to do that, they need all of your information. 

 

Generally, this means patients are scrambling ...

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Have you heard of biohacking? 

 

Also known as “Do It Yourself Biology”, it’s the idea that you can heal your health issues on your own by making small changes. This can mean changing your diet, your environment, or exercise. 

 

There are many factors that go into your health that easily get overlooked in a standard medical setting. In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Cheyanne Welton to talk more about how you c...

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How much do you know about Chinese medicine? 

 

It’s something that has been practiced for a long time and has a lot of naturopathic aspects. One aspect is how connected everything in your body truly is. You may think the symptoms you are experiencing are totally random, but in reality, they can all be traced back to a root cause.

 

In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Christopher Motley to talk about Chinese...

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Are you having your hearing checked regularly?

 

Hearing and hearing loss have way more impact on your brain than you think. In fact, hearing loss can cause stress on the brain which can lead to incident dementia. 

 

In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Kristin Krotz to talk about hearing loss, cognitive reserve, modifiable risk factors, dementia, and how they all tie together.

 

Dr. Krotz is an Audiologist w...

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Did you know that many commonly used products are filled with toxins? 

 

Many people don’t realize that the products they are using every day may contain chemicals that could be harmful to their health. After a while, your body can reach a tipping point which can cause autoimmune diseases, infertility, or even cancer. 

 

In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Kelly Carpenter to talk about the things you need to det...

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Do you listen to your body? 

 

You may think you do, but sometimes the answer isn’t what you think. That feeling of intense anxiety you’re getting? It doesn’t necessarily mean something is wrong with your health, it could just be your sympathetic nervous system sending you a message. 

 

Our sympathetic nervous system sends us into action. It’s what motivates us and drives us. So when you feel that racing heart or nervous energy, it...

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Have you or anyone you know ever struggled with infertility? 

Unfortunately, fertility issues are something that many couples face and it can be very emotional to work through. As difficult as it may seem, there are ways you can work through it in a natural way. It all starts with going to the root cause of the issue and healing from within. 

In today's episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Liz Cherevaty to talk a...

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What’s your skincare routine? 

 

People are becoming more and more aware of the importance of taking care of their skin these days, but there is still some confusion about what is good for your skin, what isn’t, and how to take care of it without overwhelming it. 

 

In today’s episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Hanne Powers to talk about how you can start taking care of your skin the right way so that you can have youn...

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In this week's episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, we are diving into another Q&A session! I have gotten such great feedback from you guys and love it when I get the chance to help you directly in this way. 

 

We all get sick or have health concerns, and sometimes it can be confusing to know if you should pack up and go to the doctor or just care for your symptoms at home. I totally understand the struggle, and I’m here to help...

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Do you struggle with ADHD? 

It’s been a traumatic couple of years for everyone, and what many people don’t realize is that trauma and PTSD can present similarly to ADHD. The inability to focus, restlessness, anxiety, and depression could all point to PTSD or ADHD. 

In todays’ episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Penny Jarrett to talk more about coping strategies with ADHD, her personal experience with it, and how to dete...

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Have you ever felt like no matter what treatment you try, you still aren’t getting any better? 

 

Unfortunately, this is the case for many patients. They are fed up with incorrect diagnoses and not getting the results they need. This is why it is so important to find the right provider for your health needs. 

 

You are more than a disease to treat. You are a whole person with a unique situation and circumstances. In this episode of...

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Many women are stressed out. By that, I mean their stress levels are through the roof! Stress impacts our body in numerous ways, and one of the biggest ones is our digestion. When we are stressed, it can make it difficult for our bodies to digest the food we eat. This can lead to many diseases that could have been prevented. 

 

Juicing is a simple and effective way to not only help your digestive system but help you quickly get som...

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Do you feel like you have a pretty good balance in your life? 

 

Sometimes, it can feel like we are on the hamster wheel of life just trying to get by. This is generally a good indicator that something is out of balance. We have to step off that hamster wheel and into the driver’s seat to find the positive momentum we sometimes desperately need. 

 

That’s not to say it would be easy though. Growth requires us to be challenged and p...

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Have you ever felt like you were living your life for someone else? 

 

It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that if you just do this one “thing”, other people will love you more. Many times, this pattern of people-pleasing can be extremely harmful to our physical and mental health. 

 

Today’s guest on the Dr. Kinney Show, Paul Fishman, had the realization that most people are doing this, and their health was suffering for it...

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Did you know that the health of your pelvic floor can influence you physically, mentally, and emotionally? 

 

Your pelvic floor is a collection of muscles at the base of your pelvic floor that is part of your foundational core. A lot of women are struggling with instability in these muscles without even realizing it. This can manifest as low back pain, stomach tension, constipation, diarrhea, or even leakage or incontinence. 

 

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Did you know that you can choose how you feel by eating certain foods? 

Many people don’t realize that the food you eat has a huge impact on not only your physical well-being but your emotional well-being as well. You can actually tailor your food to fit your needs and how you want to feel. 

Understanding your body is the first step of this process. Just because a diet or fad produced amazing results for your friend, doesn’t mean i...

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Did you know that your stress levels have a serious impact on your gut health?

 

This has been coming up a lot in my clinical practice, so in this solo episode, I am explaining the correlation between the two and then I am giving you some tips to prevent the negative effects of stress on your gut!

 

I am breaking down all of the different ways that stress can affect digestion, lead to a leaky gut, cause diarrhea, constipation, irri...

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Do you trust your body? Do you listen to your intuition? I hope so!

 

If not, my guest,  Alysia Pope, and I are having a chat about how to get in touch with your intuition so you can understand what the right move is for your health and your well-being.

 

Alysia Pope is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Host of The Purely Podcast, and Founder of PurelyPope, living in Los Angeles, CA. Alysia doesn't believe in reso...

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