#justASK is a healthcare platform that is dedicated to providing evidenced-based information by a multidisciplinary team of sexual health experts in order for individuals to make informed and optimal sexual health decisions. Hosts: Tara Thompson PharmD. and Heather Quaile WHNP
#justASK is a healthcare platform that is dedicated to providing evidence-based information by a multidisciplinary team of sexual health experts in order for individuals to make informed and optimal sexual health decisions.
In this episode, we'll introduce ourselves as your hosts and tell you more about who the podcast is created for and what topics we'll cover.
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Welcome to #justASK!
#justASK is a healthcare platform that is dedicated to providing evidenced-based information by a multidisciplinary team of sexual health experts in order for individuals to make informed and optimal sexual health decisions.
No questions are off-limits and answers are not to replace medical advice from your provider. But we are here to lend an ear and helpful advice because we've been there, seen that!Suppor...
In honor of Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we want to conclude the month of January with an intimate and personal discussion about the effects of sexual trauma and how one can heal from the experience of a sexual assault.
Topics covered will include:
• Trauma: What is it, and what are the stages?
• An explanation of sexual trauma
• What to do if a sexual assault has occurred
• Live Q&A with a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
Listen along as we answer all of your heart health questions in this candid discussion about heart disease and the impact on women —especially African Americans.
Dr. Heather Quaile DNP, WHNP-BC,SANE
Dr. Tara Thompson, PharmD
Dr. Dominique J. Smith, MD, FACOG
Premier Women's Healthcare and Aesthetics
#justASK is a healthcare platform that is dedicated to providing evi...
Today we're talking with nutrition and weight loss expert Jamie Young, Founding CEO of Real Results, about fun, easy, and practical steps you can take to achieve nutritional wellness and balance in your life.
We welcome you to share this video with friends and comment or message us with any questions you have about how you can apply this information to your day-to-day life.
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Today we're talking with Michelle Sariev, BSN, MS, NP-C, AAHIVMS, about preventative health, sexual wellness, and eliminating disparities in LGBTQ health care.
In celebration of #PrideMonth, we welcome you to share this video with friends and comment or message us with any questions you have about how you can apply this information to your day-to-day life.
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Today we're talking with Dr. Maureen Ryan, DNP, NP-C, about matters of intimacy and the benefits of sexual wellness counseling.
How to initiate intimate conversations?
How to build confidence and self-love?
When counseling is beneficial?
What counseling looks like?
When to seek help?
Why sexual wellness matters?
Listen along to find the answers to these questions and more!
DM us if you have a questio...
Today we're talking with pelvic health expert, Amanda Olson, Founder of IntimateRose about pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, and pregnancy-related issues.
From pain with sex to embarrassing urine leakage, and a show and tell of tools for better pelvic health, we're going to review it all!
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Today we're talking with sexual health counselor and educator, Aleece Fosnight, sexuality counselor and consultant, Jenna Benyounes, and nationally certified menopause...
According to one survey conducted by LIVESTRONG, nearly 60% of cancer patients report having sexual dysfunction following surgery. As many as 85% to 90% of prostate, breast, and gynecologic cancer survivors record long-term physical intimacy issues. But there is hope!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want to conclude the month of October with an informative and encouraging discussion about Intimacy After Cancer.
Today we're speaking with pharmacist and men's health specialist Shawn Hodges, President & CEO of Innovation Compounding pharmacy.
In this special edition, we're going to learn how problems in the bedroom may indicate broader health issues for men. We'll explore the topic of sexual dysfunction and discuss the available options for treatment—beyond the little blue pill.
We invite you to share this discussion with f...
Today we're speaking with Dr. Jessica Gerhart about hormone health and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (bHRT).
In this final episode for Season 1 of the podcast, we will discuss hormone health and bioidentical, or natural, hormones. Dr. Gerhart will provide a history of hormone therapy and explain how bioidentical hormone therapies are made, what makes them different, and what to consider when exploring options for heal...
In Season 1, Episode 8, about pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, and pregnancy-related issues.
But what happens during a pelvic examination or therapy session?
Listen along as we talk candidly with Pelvic Health Physical Therapist Dr. Terri Robertson Elder, Founder of Thrive Physiotherapy, LLC, about what it's like to work with a pelvic health therapist.
We invite you to share this di...
When challenging questions arise in doctor-patient consultations, providers who care begin to hunt for answers that they may not have received throughout the course of their medical training. But what happens when patients continually ask questions that neither physicians—nor their colleagues—have been trained to answer or prepared to discuss?
We believe that every person has the right to exercise choices regarding sexual expression and social relationships.
In this episode, we're speaking with Brooke Faught, Clinical Director of The Women's Institute for Sexual Health - WISH, and board certified women's health nurse practitioner with specialty training in female sexual and pelvic floor medicine, urology, and vulvoscopy.
Listen along as we discuss the importan...
In this podcast we’re talking with survivor of sexual assault Sophie Pollack, who is sharing her personal experience and advice about how to cope after experiencing a traumatic sexual assault or domestic violence event.
NOTE: This episode contains discussions of sexual assault and domestic violence. Listener discretion is advised.
A Special Message from our Guest Speaker
"I, Sophie Pollack, am a survivor of sexual assault and dom...
It's time to talk about birth control and STIs.
There are so many misconceptions out there, but we've got the inside scoop from women's health expert, and founder of the Between Tuplips social media community, Emily McNeal, WHNP.
Condoms, pills, IUDs, spermicides, diaphragms, lubrication, dental dams, initiating conversations with partners, getting tested, and slapping the stigma off of sexually transmitted infections (ST...
In honor of #PrideMonth, this podcast interview features an in-depth discussion about expanding access and equality in healthcare for transgender patients. Listen as Dr. Andrea L. Braden, MD talks about her work in providing medical services to the transgender community and what she believes is most important to understand when caring for this population.
Guest Speaker Bio
Dr. Andrea Braden is an Ob/Gyn and board-certified lactation ...
The answer is YES and board-certified OB/GYN and vulvar pain specialist Dr. Jill Krapf is here to tell us how!
Listen as she gives us the inside scoop for all four general categories of vulvar pain (hormone related, inflammatory, muscular, and ne...
In this episode, we're joined by Christine Garvin, host of the Hormonally Speaking podcast, for a compelling conversation about gut health and how it can affect your hormones.
The gut is the key to healing hormonal imbalances, yet most of us go through our lives in a constant state of inflammation and dis-ease. Hitting her pain point with a fibroid surgery that nearly killed her, Christine has gone from being in chronic pain to...
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