One on One with Regional One Health

One on One with Regional One Health

Learn how to take charge of your health with One on One with Regional One Health, a podcast focused on expert medical information you can use to build a better tomorrow.

Episodes

November 30, 2022
Dr. Jeffrey Nelson is the medical director for Regional One Health's new palliative care service. Get to know a little about what drew Dr. Nelson into the medical field, why he is passionate about serving patients, and what keeps him busy when he's not at work.
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There are a variety of procedures to treat breast cancer, ranging from minimally invasive to full mastectomy. Surgical oncologist Dr. Ashley Hendrix explains what patients can expect in terms of preparation, surgery and recovery.
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Midwifery is often most strongly associated with birth, and it indeed provides patients with a personalized, supportive approach for pregnancy and labor & delivery. However, certified nurse midwives can also provide regular well-woman care for patients at all stages of life.
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Gynecologic cancers including cervical, ovarian, uterine and vulvar cancer are complex conditions that require specialized care. Dr. John Schorge is an expert in treating these conditions, and he's sharing what patients need to know to manage their risk, recognize symptoms, and make treatment decisions to protect and improve their health.
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Most people are familiar with physical therapy and other forms of rehabilitation therapy, but there are a lot of options for pain relief, improved function, recovery, etc. that aren't as well known. We're talking to Ambrosia Scott, Manager of Outpatient Rehabilitation at Regional One Health. She's here to inform patients about all of their options and how they can help them lead a more active, healthy life.
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Surgical Oncologist Dr.  Evan Glazer is a national leader in the treatment of liver cancer. He joins the ONE on ONE podcast to share what patients need to know about risk factors, symptoms, and the highly advanced treatment options he and his team offer at Regional One Health Cancer Care.
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Pancreatic cancer is one of the 10 most common cancer diagnoses in the United States. Dr. Evan Glazer, a surgical oncologist who sees patients at Reigonal One Health Cancer Care, is one of the nation's top experts in treating this disease. He's here to help patients understand their risk, symptoms and treatment options.
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Proper nutrition can play an important role in managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Dr. Leonard Baidoo, a recognized leader in the treatment of IBD, shares some of the ways Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis patients can eat for better health.
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Making - and keeping - appointments with your pediatrician gives your child the foundation for a lifetime of good health. Pediatrician Yemisi Emereuwaonu says it is essential to follow the recommended schedule for pediatric checkups because it helps her build relationships, manage chronic conditions, and educate parents about improving their child's health.
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Colon health is an important quality of life issue, and problems like Crohn's disease, ulcertaive colitis and colon cancer can be life-changing or even life-threatening. Surgeon Liz Wood, MD is here to help with advice about preventing problems and maintaining good colon health.
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Dr. Martin Fleming, a surgical oncologist at Regional One Health, shares how patients can protect themselves from melanoma and what to expect if you do need to be treated for this common form of skin cancer.
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Dr. Arindam Bagchi, a Medical Oncologist at Regional One Health, discusses the latest medical oncology treatments for breast cancer and how they are improving patient outcomes and quality of life.
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