Bryan Health Podcasts

Bryan Health Podcasts

The Official Podcast series of Bryan Health

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April 18, 2022
Dr. Kevin Reichmuth leads a discussion on the importance of sleep, and the ways that poor sleep habits had been linked to dementia.
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Dr. Ahsan Naseem discusses the different ways dementia can affect a person as well as their family and loved ones.
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Dr. Peter Morris discusses gynecologic cancers.
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Mary Luebbert, a certified diabetes care educator, leads a discussion on what lifestyle changes you can make to help manage your diabetes.
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Recognizing anxiety, panic attacks and ways to cope with or treat symptoms.
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Samantha Beckler RN, CDCES, leads a discussion on how to better understand and manage your diabetes.
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Maddie Kaltenberger discusses the process of genetic counseling, specifically how it applies to cancer.
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Dr. Rachel Jendro leads a discussion on the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
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Cathryn Breutzmann and Dan Kasparek lead a discussion on the LSVT BIG & LOUD program.
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Describing knee osteoarthritis and why it becomes so painful.
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Nazim Khan, the executive chef at Bryan Medical Center, shares the ways he has promoted healthy food in the cafeterias, and ways to be healthier at home.
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Dr. Gina Weir outlines the 3 main types of skin cancer, the early warning signs, and preventative measures to take to prevent skin cancer from developing.
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Dr. Robert Szalewski , an allergist and immunologist, leads a discussion on asthma, focusing on its symptoms and triggers.
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How do I get back to exercising and my workout routine after having Covid-19? This and other great post Covid questions are answered in todays cast with Cindy Kugler, an exercise specialist with Bryan LifePointe.
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Dr. Zach Singsank discusses tips, medications, and treatments for keeping your heart healthy.
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Dr. Joseph Kummer explains what happens to your heart when you gain weight, if any damage can be reversed by losing weight, and the importance of keeping a healthy weight.
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Dr. Michael Kutayli, a cardiologist and electrophysiologist with Bryan Health, discusses atrial fibrillation.
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Dr. Bowen discusses the surrounding causes, symptoms, and skincare treatments of Eczema.
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Brandy Escamilla, PT, DPT shares why tummy time is important for infants and how it helps baby's future development. Sharing general guidelines to follow for tummy time, and the risk of not getting enough tummy time.
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Dr. Wienke discusses common wound care myths, how to properly care for a wound and when should you seek a professional to examine it.
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