McLaren's In Good Health

McLaren's In Good Health

McLaren Health Care’s In Good Health podcast provides information to help you lead a healthier life, from the physicians and healthcare experts across our fully integrated health network.... Show More

Episodes

February 23, 2021
In today's discussion, Dr. Michael Milshteyn talks about orthopedic surgery, particularly in conjunction with geriatric fractures and overall geriatric bone health.
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Dr. Patrick Noud discusses shoulder replacement surgery.
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Dr. Andrew Agosta discusses urinary incontinence, its causes, and potential consequences if it is left untreated.
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Dr. Aniel Majjhoo discusses understanding strokes.
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Dr. Bryan Shumaker discusses treating erectile dysfunction.
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Dr. Kota discusses your teen's first OB/GYN visit.
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April 14, 2020
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Michael Kia, DO, FACOS, FACS, discusses bariatric surgery, including which individuals are good candidates for the procedure, how the procedure works, and what recovery entails.

In the episode, Dr. Kia answers the following questions:

1) For most people, bariatric surgery becomes an option after years of failed attempts at weight loss. Can you tell us what may indicate that someone may be a candidate for bariatric surgery?
2) Can you...
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Shivajee Nallamothu, DO discusses the field of sports medicine, including common injuries, ways to minimize risk of injury, treatment options, and tips for parents of student athletes who are heavily inovlved in sports programs.

In the episode, Dr. Nallamothu addresses the following:

1) Given the popularity of professional sports in America, there’s increased awareness of the efforts athletes put forth to maintain maximal performan...
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Victor Gordon, MD, discusses why lung screenings are important, who represents a good candidate for screening, and what treatment options are considered should the screening detect something concerning.

In the interview, Dr. Gordon answers the following:

1) As a pulmonologist, you see a wide range of lung diseases and conditions. What are some of the conditions you see most often in your practice?
2) One of the most frightening diagno...
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March 10, 2020
Lauryn Przeslawski, DO, discusses what couples should expect on their pregnancy journey, including tips for planning, morning sickness and other symptoms, and fertility concerns.

In the episode, Dr. Przeslawski answers the following:

1) We all know it's important to plan for pregnancy even before you're actually pregnant. For listeners who may be planning to start a family soon, what advice can you share?
2) Before taking a ...
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Elisabeth Heath, MD, FACP, discusses genitourinary cancers, including which cancers are included under this umbrella, symptoms of the disease, risk factors, and advancements in treatment.

In the episode, Dr. Heath covers the following questions:

1) Your area of expertise is genitourinary cancer. What does that mean? Is your expertise specific to men or women, or do you treat all patients?
2) As an oncologist focusing in genitourinar...
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February 25, 2020
Nikesh Ardeshna, MD, discusses epilepsy, including causes, signs and symptoms, and treatment options.

In the interview, Dr. Ardeshna covers these questions:

1) What is epilepsy and what causes it?
2) What are the signs and symptoms?
3) Who is most at risk for epilepsy?
4) Is there a cure? If not, what is the treatment?
5) Can people live normal, full lives with epilepsy?
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Dr. Michael Basha discusses the differences between asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), who is most at risk, and typical signs and symptoms of each condition. He also shares some treatment options.

In the interview, Dr. Basha answers the following:

1) Asthma and COPD are fairly common in our society. Can you describe these conditions and their causes? (What does COPD stand for?)
2) What are the most common signs ...
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Timothy Logan, DO, discusses the transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedure.

In the episode, Dr. Logan answers the following:

1) What is TAVR? Can you describe the procedure?

2) Is this a common procedure? Do all hospitals offer this procedure?

3) Which patients may benefit from this procedure?

4) Can you describe the recovery process after TAVR? When can patients return to normal activity?

5) As Macomb County’s first compr...
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February 4, 2020
Amy O'Neil, DO, discusses who is most at risk for heart disease, signs and symptoms of a heart attack, and how these symptoms might differ in women and men. She also shares some of the advancements in cardiac care.

In the interview, Dr. O'Neil answers the following:

1) Heart disease has a major impact on our country, and in most communities it’s still the number one killer of adults. Who’s at greatest risk for heart disease?
2...
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Alex Steinbock, DO, discusses the signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis, as well as who is most at risk and what treatment options are available. He also shares what daily life is like for people living with MS.

In the interview, Dr. Steinbock answers the following:

1) What is multiple sclerosis and what causes it?
2) What are the signs and symptoms?
3) Who is most at risk for MS?
4) Is there a cure? If not, what is the treatment?
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Michael Wagner, DO, discusses breakthrough advancements in joint replacement surgery, including robotics-assisted surgery.

In the interview, Dr. Wagner answers the following:

1. What are the main reasons patients consider joint replacement? What are they typically experiencing in their daily lives, prior to the procedure?
2. Are patients typically of a certain age, or are you seeing younger patients in need of joint replacement?
3. The...
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