Next|Health: Forefront Podcast Series

Next|Health: Forefront Podcast Series

Welcome to the Next Health Forefront Series Podcast. We'll be discussing the latest groundbreaking topics in health optimization, longevity science and wellness technology. Take control of your biology by being on the forefront with Next Health.... Show More

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May 11, 2020 53 min

“Sexual health for women doesn’t start with hormonal balance in their menopausal years, but well before, when they start taking hormonally-driven birth control. The mainstay of treatment for our patients, especially the younger ones is getting them off the pill. Cause that's often the primary issue in a lot of women. – Dr. Joshua Gonzalez

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah continues his no holds barred conversation about the taboo...

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I always felt in neurosurgery, we were fantastic technicians and we just lacked well-rounded care. I always thought we needed to do more than surgery. – Dr. Amir Vokshoor

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah talks with neurosurgeon Dr. Amir Vokshoor. Dr. Vokshoor has practiced neurology for more than 20 years. He spent that last 10 creating an institute of research and philanthropy for brain science. He believes that holistic science s...

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That's how bad it was. I can't even describe the pain I was in. I was texting with my wife because I couldn’t see her. Then you think about your kids, you know. I've got a three-year-old and a four-month-old, and I was like, this is the worst way to go.” – Michael Yo

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah speaks candidly with Michael Yo who was likley infected with Covid-19 on a trip to New York – a vocational hazard as a trav...

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“I don’t feel like I’m taking a risk studying pathogenic disease. I’m fascinated, and I want to take on that fight.” – Morgan Freney, Virologist

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah speaks with Morgan Freney a virologist working at the University of Queensland in a lab that creates vaccines. She’s also pursuing a PhD in molecular virology. If you’re ready to take a deep dive into Coronavirus and what makes it a particularly stupefying th...

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Today we welcome Dr. Joshua Gonzalez to the podcast. Joshua Gonzalez, MD, is a board-certified urologist who is fellowship-trained in Sexual Medicine and specializes in the management of male and female sexual dysfunctions. Throughout his career, Dr. Gonzalez has focused on advocating for sexual health and providing improved healthcare to the LGBTQ community.

 

These include issues surrounding hormone deficiency, menopause, sexual ...

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“People wonder if we’ll have enough ventilators, but we need to worry about having enough doctors and nurses to treat patients. We can't risk those resources right now.” – Dr. Ng

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah and Kevin talk to Dr. David Ng, a compassionate and dedicated pulmonologist and critical care doctor working in the trenches of Los Angeles during the Covid-19 outbreak. Dr. Ng has first-hand knowledge of what is happenin...

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 Dr. Douglas Polster, Performance Psychologist

“The first thing I do is set the record straight about expectations versus reality. . . I work in the present but respect the past. . . and stress is only a bad thing when we don’t have a reset button.”— Dr. Douglas Polster

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah and Kevin Peake speak to Dr. Douglas Polster, a performance psychologist and professor of neurobiology, who helps us to quiet the na...

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Speaking of Blue Zones, the hundred-and-nine year-old, or however old she is, like John Claremont, I think she recently passed away, but there are others, like John Coleman. They are gin chugging, cigarette smoking people. You know, folks who are living well past the age they should be living since they don't have cryotherapy chambers, NAD IVs, and infrared saunas. But they've got strong love and relationships and a robust...

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“I was seeing how the medical system just wasn’t working in the ER. It was the same people coming in, and their drug list was just getting bigger and bigger. It was prescriptions to treat symptoms, and I thought—there has to be a better way.”– Dr. Lekkos

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah and Kevin Peake talk with Dr. Lekkos, a former emergency room physician who shifted his entire paradigm to study functional medicine.

 

Functional me...

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“A friend once told me, only 3% of people have an eating disorder, but 97% of people have disordered eating.” – Nikki Sharp

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah and Kevin Peake crack open some real talk with Nikki Sharp, a tour-de-force and former model who reveals some hard truths about our relationships to food based on her own journey through two severe, clinically-described eating disorders. Nikki’s not just any health and wellness b...

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“Inflammation doesn’t just lead to heart disease, but also to brain disease, liver disease, and all the cancers and all their different causes.” – Dr. Ram Dandillaya

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah and Dr. Ram Dandillaya demystify the world’s number one killer – heart disease. Your heart pumps more than 2,000 gallons of blood through your veins every day, and acts as an electrical system that interfaces with your entire nervous syst...

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“I mean, the last thing I want to do is surgery for sleep apnea when that's not the main thing that might be causing it. It might be a red herring, and that's part of why being board certified in sleep medicine is helpful to have enough knowledge not to be dangerous. Just enough knowledge to identify these things. Certainly that we can work on them before thinking about procedures or if we're going to go down that path....

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“I would have lived with a pacemaker for the rest of my life. Not an option. Really not an option. I went back to my roots and spent 2 months in an ashram and healed everything.” – Mona Sharma

 

In today’s episode, Mona Sharma talks with Dr. Shah, revealing ancient wisdom gleaned from residing in an ashram in her youth, coupled with the experience of a real-life health trauma while on the corporate sales grind in the high-end beaut...

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“I look at everything from a slightly different perspective than everybody else. I love to do that. And one of my big rules is if everybody's going on one way, you should run the other way as fast as you can.” – David Nurse

 

In today’s episode, Dr. Shah and Kevin bring light to performance hacks and maximum life optimization tips inspired by a conversation with David Nurse, a powerhouse life-coach, bio-hacking, performance-enh...

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“Is who you are, who you really are? Or is it simply who you’ve been conditioned to be?” Kute Blackson

 

In today’s episode we welcome Kute Blackson to the show. As a transformational teacher and charismatic visionary, Kute offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new generation. Born in Ghana, West Africa, Kute’s multicultural upbringing as the child of a Japanese mother and a Ghanaian father has spanned four d...

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Today, Dr. Shah and Kevin sit down with Next|Health’s Nurse Practitioner Megan Retterath. They talk about the cutting edge services that Next|Health offers it’s patients. Dr. Shah is forging a new path, moving away from the traditional health care model and instead helping people optimize their health through advancements in stem cells, cellular therapy, hormone optimization and a variety of other services. His passion for using ne...

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“We have established ourselves as one of the top compounding pharmacies in the nation through our compounding expertise, knowledge, and experience.”–Tailor Made Compounding

In today’s episode we welcome Blake McLeod to the show. As a Pharmacist at Tailor Made Compounding, Blake’s knowledge of peptide treatment and cellular health is unparalleled. Tailor Made Compounding is the country’s leading peptide manufacturing company and has...

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In today’s episode we welcome Gabby Reece to the show. Gabrielle Reece is a world-renowned athlete, New York Times bestselling author, wife and mother. At 6’ 3” the former professional beach volleyball player and first female spokeswoman for NIKE, is the true definition of both athleticism and feminine beauty. Gabby’s commanding presence, passion for healthy living and fitness expertise makes her a popular leader in the world of he...

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“There is no one that is me. And that makes me incredibly powerful. ”–Serena Poon

In today’s episode, we welcome Serena Poon to the show! As a celebrity chef and Nutritionist, Serena is the creator of Just Add Water™, a conveniently packaged superfood supplement, and the holistic nutrition program Culinary Alchemy™, which is customized to fit individual lifestyles and demanding schedules. After having both of her parents diagnosed ...

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“My mission is to heal the world and the best way I can do that, is through empowering you to learn how to heal yourself!”–Dr. Jen Esquer

In today’s episode we welcome Dr. Jen Esquer to the show. Dr. Jen, a private sports therapist and the creator of “The Optimal Body” and “The Mobility Method, has dedicated her life to helping clients reach their personal fitness goals with powerful breathing, stretching, and exercise techniques. ...

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