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Featured Episode // June 2024
On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Kara Parker, MD, discusses mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being and their social aspects on physical health.

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Episode 66 // May2024

Exploring the Gut-Skin Connection
 

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Drs. Michael Chapman and Patti Devers from Genova Diagnostics discuss the connection between skin and gut health.

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Episode 65 // April 2024

How the Changing Seasons Impact Nutrition, Health, & the Body’s Internal Clock

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Deanna Minich discusses the relationship between seasonal variability, nutrition, health, and circadian rhythm.

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Episode 64 // April 2024

The Phytobiome, Planetary Health, and Human Disease

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Michael Ash to discuss what we know about the phytobiome and its potential implications for planetary and human health.

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Episode 63 // April 2024

Micronutrient Deficiencies, Ultra-Processed Foods, & Personalized Food Plans

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Liz Lipski to discuss the importance of micronutrients and personalized therapeutic food plans to a patient’s health.

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Episode 62 // March 2024

ADHD Management: The Benefits of Lifestyle-Based Interventions & Functional Lab Testing

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Kate Kresge from Rupa Health discusses nutrition, exercise, and functional lab testing for ADHD management.

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Episode 61 // February 2024

Long COVID and the Functional Medicine Approach to Care

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, functional medicine expert Dr. Elroy Vojdani discusses long COVID and how personalized care that addresses root causes may help. 

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Episode 60 // February 2024

The Oral-Systemic Connection & Personalized Nutrition Interventions

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, functional medicine nutritionist Megan Barnett talks about the oral-systemic connection and the role of personalized nutrition on the microbiome in these sites.

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Episode 59 // January 2024

Intermittent Fasting and Heart Health

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, intermittent fasting expert Dr. Jason Fung discusses the fasting/heart health connection and how personalized intermittent fasting treatments may help improve patient outcomes. 

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Episode 58 // December 2023

Whole Health and Functional Medicine in 2023 and Beyond

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, intermittent fasting expert Dr. Jason Fung discusses the fasting/heart health connection and how personalized intermittent fasting treatments may help improve patient outcomes. On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, IFM CEO Amy R. Mack, along with IFM Directors of Medical Education Drs. Robert Luby and Dan Lukaczer, look back on the important themes that emerged in 2023 and a look ahead to what is to come for the Whole Health approach and functional medicine. 

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Episode 57 // November 2023

Diabetes Subtypes and Individualized Approaches to Metabolic Health

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Yousef Elyaman discusses the functional medicine approach to metabolic health and how subtyping of diabetes may help clinicians identify and treat patients with metabolic dysfunction.
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Episode 56 // October 2023

Environmental Toxicants & Cancer: Exposure, Risks, and the Path Forward

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Robert Rountree discusses the connections between toxicant exposure and cancer risk, highlighting the critical role of the body’s detoxification pathways and offering key preventive strategies.
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Episode 55 // September 2023

Fasting and the Gut Microbiome: Exploring the Connection and Health Benefits

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, functional medicine expert Dr. Patrick Hanaway discusses the fasting-gut connection and explores how a beneficial gut microbiome response to fasting may translate to improved patient outcomes.
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Episode 54 // August 2023

Exploring Mood Disorders and Brain Health Through the Lens of Functional Psychiatry

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, noted functional medicine psychiatrist Dr. Achina Stein joins us to explore how various body systems affect mental health and walks us throughs her approach the diagnostic workup.
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Episode 54 // July 2023

Akkermansia & Gut Health, With Dr. Colleen Cutcliffe

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Colleen Cutcliffe, the cofounder and CEO of Pendulum Therapeutics, discusses the role that Akkermansia plays in optimal gut health and function.
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Episode 53 // July 2023

Food and Mood: Nutritional Psychiatry, the Microbiome, and Mental Health

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Uma Naidoo discusses the connections between food and mood and how dietary change can impact the gut microbiome and improve mental health outcomes. 
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Episode 52 // June 2023

Navigating Menopause: Functional Hormones, Libido, and Sexual Health

On this episode of  Pathways to Well-Being, leading sexual health and menopause expert Dr. Anna Cabeca discusses her functional medicine approach to optimizing functional hormones, mental-emotional function, and sexual health during the stages of menopause.
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Episode 51 // June 2023

Nutrition’s Role in Anxiety Disorders: Evaluating Mental Wellness

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Kate Henry, ND, discusses how functional testing for nutrient deficiencies can help pinpoint the root causes of anxiety for each patient and direct an appropriate treatment plan. 
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Episode 50 // May 2023

Phytocannabinoids for Treating Common Conditions

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Bonni Goldstein, MD, discusses the use of phytocannabinoids to treat common conditions.
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Episode 49 // May 2023

Increasing Healthspan: From Micronutrients to Hormetic Stressors, With Dr. Rhonda Patrick

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Rhonda Patrick, a widely published researcher and health educator, discusses healthy aging and longevity using proactive, prevention-focused strategies.
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Episode 48 // April 2023

The Oral Microbiome & Systemic Disease

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome Doug Thompson, DDS, to discuss new prevention and treatment opportunities that bridge the gap between dental care and health care.
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Episode 47 // March 2023

Fueling for Fitness: Igniting Metabolism Through Personalized Lifestyle Interventions

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Jade Teta discusses modifiable lifestyle factors integral to metabolic health and shares clinical pearls for sustainable personalized interventions.
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Episode 46 // February 2023

Healthy Aging and Longevity: Staying ‘Young Forever’

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Mark Hyman, MD, discusses supporting healthy aging and longevity with functional medicine.

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Episode 45 // Janurary 2023

Root Causes & Treatment of Mast Cell Disease

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome a pioneer in mast cell disease research, Lawrence B. Afrin, MD, to discuss recent advances in the literature and provide new insights on treating this complex disorder.

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Episode 46 // December 2022

The 2022 Functional Medicine Year in Review

This episode of Pathways to Well-Being, is a review of the most prominent topics and takeaways from the 2022 medical research, including clinical advances and new opportunities for functional medicine care that practitioners should be considering as we head into the new year.

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Episode 45 // November 2022

Addressing the Root Causes of Cognitive Decline and Dementia

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome Dr. David Haase to discuss the precursors to cognitive decline, how to address neurodegeneration, and supporting patients’ brain health long-term.

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Episode 44 // October 2022

Functional Medicine Approaches to Cancer Care

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Aisha Chilcoat is joining us to discuss functional medicine approaches to oncology and how to support cancer patients during and after their treatment.

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Episode 43 // September 2022

Psychobiotics: Therapeutic Potential for Modulating the Gut-Brain Axis

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Holly Lucille is joining us to discuss the concept of psychobiotics—beneficial probiotic bacteria in the gut that may improve health along the gut-brain axis, as well as mental health outcomes 

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Episode 42 // August 2022

The Healing Journey: Connecting to Authentic Self

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Drs. David Jones, Deanna Minich, Joseph Lamb, and Michael Stone discuss the importance of the therapeutic partnership and its role in helping patients sustain lifestyle changes.

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Episode 41 // July 2022

Streamlining Care With IFM’s Toolkit Resources

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we are discussing the ways in which the IFM Clinical Toolkit can be used in various clinical settings and how it guides patients toward better health outcomes.

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Episode 40 // June 2022

Fasting, Hormones, and Men’s Sexual Health

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome Dr. Mark Holthouse to discuss male hormone imbalances and how they affect men’s sexual health and function. We’ll explore the potential antecedents and mediators related to male infertility and erectile dysfunction and discuss how dietary interventions, including fasting and aromatase-inhibiting foods, can help naturally bring the body back into balance.
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Episode 39 // May 2022

Utilizing Patient Data in Your Functional Medicine Practice

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Shilpa P. Saxena, MD, explores the concept of evidence-based practice and how the functional medicine approach is designed to support innovations in clinical care. She’ll also discuss how we can conduct research, collect practice data, and leverage that knowledge to increase practice efficiency and streamline effective patient care.
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Episode 38 // April 2022

Building the Functional Medicine Evidence Base

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Michelle Beidelschies, PhD, and Nazleen Bharmal, MD, PhD, join us to discuss not only their most recent study on the benefits of shared medical appointments and lifestyle-related interventions in an under-resourced community but also to share how their studies from the past, present, and future aim to highlight the feasibility, value, and effectiveness of the functional medicine model of care.

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Episode 37 // March 2022

Functional Fertility, Pregnancy, and Fetal Health 

An interview with Leslie Stone, MD, and Emily Rydbom, CN, HN, CNP
Hosted by Kalea Wattles, ND

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Leslie Stone, MD, and Emily Rydbom, CN, HN, CNP, discuss the intersection of functional medicine and pregnancy, from supporting fertility and preconception to healthy fetal development.

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Episode 36 // February 2022

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome: The Functional Medicine Approach

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Greg Plotnikoff, MD, will explore a topic that has been the subject of an increasing amount of research lately: mast cell activation. He’ll discuss how the functional medicine approach can help recognize when hyperactive mast cells may be contributing to a patient’s dysfunction and how we can begin to address this complex issue.
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Episode 35 // January 2022

Fasting, Sustainable Dietary Change, and Cardiometabolic Health

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Elizabeth Boham, MD, MS, RD, discusses how to create sustainable dietary interventions for patients with cardiometabolic concerns, including fasting, ketogenic diets, and time-restricted feeding, and outlines when to use each type and how to tailor the plan to the patient in front of you
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Episode 34 // December 2021

The 2021 Functional Medicine Year in Review

This episode of Pathways to Well-Being is a review of the most prominent topics and takeaways from the 2021 medical research, including clinical advances and new opportunities for functional medicine care that practitioners should be considering as we head into the new year.

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Episode 33 // October 2021

Endocrine-Disrupting Plastics: Minimizing Health Impacts and Restoring Well-Being

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Tom Malterre, MS, CN, explains the biochemical impacts of endocrine-disrupting plastics and shares insights on supporting the body’s biotransformation processes.
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Episode 32 // September 2021

Stress, Trauma, and Dysbiosis: Connecting the Gut-Brain Axis to Autoimmune Disease

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Keesha Ewers, PhD, discusses how psychological trauma and stress may influence gut dysbiosis and autoimmune pathology.
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Episode 31 // August 2021

Optimizing Outcomes: The Benefits of Health Coaching for Patients and Practitioners

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Monique Class, MS, APRN, BC, director of coaching development for the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, discusses the role of health coaching in improving both patient and practitioner outcomes.
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Episode 30 // July 2021

Targeted Healing Inside the Brain: HYLANE Technology for Neuropsychiatric Care

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, noted psychiatrist Robert J. Hedaya discusses the innovative HYLANE technology for addressing neuropsychiatric conditions like PTSD or TBI.
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Episode 29 // June 2021

Where Does Functional Medicine Go From Here? The 2021 AIC in Review

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, James Maskell discusses his top takeways from AIC and what they mean for the future of functional medicine.
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Episode 28 // May 2021

Food Access & Insecurity with Clancy Harrison, MS, RDN

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Clancy Harrison challenges the way food insecurity is approached in the US. and discusses the ways in which she is working to demolish the stigma around healthy food access.
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Episode 27 // May 2021

The Fasting-Mimicking Diet: Impacts on Aging and Chronic Disease

An interview with Valter Longo, PhD
Hosted by Kalea Wattles, ND
On this episode of Pathways of Wellbeing, Dr. Longo discusses the research and mechanisms behind the fasting-mimicking diet and how fasting interventions impact disease risk factors and aging.
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Episode 26 // April 2021

Pediatric Allergies, Atopy, & Autoimmunity

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, our guest Dr. Julie Buckley will discuss the connection between early childhood development, the atopic triad of eczema, allergies, and asthma, and how these atopic conditions might influence autoimmune development later in life.
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Episode 25 // March 2021

Immune System Resilience and the Environment

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Susan Haddow, MD, IFMCP, board-certified in family medicine and integrative medicine, who has worked primarily in underserved populations shares her clinical experiences in building immune resilience with all kinds of patients and how the environment around us can influence the potential of our immune systems.
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Episode 24 // February 2021

Overcoming Barriers to Physical Fitness

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Crossfit Games athlete and family physician Julie Foucher, MD, discusses the overall anti-inflammatory effect of moderate bouts of physical activity and how to get patients started on an exercise prescription.
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Episode 23 // December 2020

Functional Medicine Hot Topics of 2020

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, IFM Director of Medical Education Dan Lukaczer, ND, IFMCP, and IFM Director of Medical Education Initiatives Robert Luby, MD, IFMCP, about some of the top functional medicine hot topics of 2020 and what they mean for your practice.

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Episode 22 // November 2020

Safely Deprescribing Medications for Your Chronic Disease Patients

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, pharmacist Lara Zakaria, RPh, and physician Elizabeth Board, MD, discussed prescription and how to work together to help reduce over-and misuse of medications

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Episode 21 // September 2020

Clinician Burnout: Coping from a Personal and Practice Standpoint

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Georgia Tetlow, MD, ABOIM, ABPMR, and Riva Z. Robinson, MD, discuss how burnout manifests in all stages of practice and the critical steps clinicians can take to improve their mental health.

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Episode 20 // September 2020

The Pediatric Microbiome and Building Healthy Habits

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Elizabeth Mumper, MD, discusses the pediatric microbiome and its connection to chronic and atopic illnesses, and immune function.
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Episode 19 // August 2020

Health Equity Focus with Arti Chandra, MD, MPH

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome Arti Chandra, MD, MPH, who will be discussing the issue of food security and access to healthy foods through community-based programs. Blending her passion for social activism with her background as a functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Chandra has been involved with numerous public health campaigns in the US and internationally, aimed at improving health and vitality through nutrition.
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Episode 18 // April 2020

Nathan Price, PhD, on Predictive Biomarkers and Biological Aging

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Price discusses the relationship between the metabolome and the microbiome, as well as the difference between biological aging and chronological aging as it relates to longevity.
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Episode 17 // April 2020

Fasting Flexibility with Dr. Jason Fung

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Fung shares his knowledge and clinical insights on the downstream benefits of fasting as well as the mechanisms involved. He also expands on the flexibility of fasting strategies and on balancing the feeding and fasting periods for each patient to create the most effective therapeutic treatment.
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Episode 16 // February 2020

Quality of Life, Iterative Healing, and the Therapeutic Partnership with David Scott Jones, MD

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, David Jones, MD, discusses the doctor-patient relationship as crucial part of the healing process that can significantly impact patient health outcomes and overall quality of life. Improving doctor-patient communication shifts the patient from being a passive agent in their health care to an active one, allowing for equity in the relationship and a more engaged, personalized approach.
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Episode 15 // February 2020

The Pediatric Intestinal Microbiome with Liz Mumper, MD, FAAP

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, IFM Director of Medical Education Dan Lukaczer, ND, spoke with Elizabeth Mumper, MD, on the topic of the pediatric intestinal microbiome—particularly how a dysbiotic microbiome in early life may lead to disease.
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Episode 14 // February 2020

Toxicants and Inflammatory Markers With Lyn Patrick, ND

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Lyn Patrick shares her knowledge and clinical insights on toxicants, as well as on the importance of patient assessment, identifying the body burden, and considering a toxicant’s mechanism in order to implement an effective therapeutic intervention.
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Episode 13 // September 2019

Clinical Applications & Treatments for Neurodegenerative Disease with David Perlmutter, MD

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Kristi Hughes, ND, interviews leading neurologist David Perlmutter, MD, about his approach to brain health. “To take a functional medicine approach to neurology has been an absolute game changer. Why?” asks Dr. Perlmutter. “Because suddenly there are a whole host of tools in an otherwise empty toolbox.” Studies continue to find evidence that variations in diet and exercise can have a marked effect on reducing the risk for Alzheimer’s and improving brain performance.
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Episode 12 // January 2020

Toxins and Health: An Interview with Joseph Pizzorno, ND

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, IFM Director of Medical Education Dan Lukaczer, ND, spoke with integrative medicine leader Joseph Pizzorno, ND, to discuss toxins, toxicants, and chronic diseases. Dr. Pizzorno shares his clinical insights and discusses his extensive dive into the research literature regarding toxins and toxicants as drivers of disease.
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Episode 11 // January 2020

Autoimmune Disorders: Driving Forces, the Inflamed Brain, and Taking the High Road with Samuel Yanuck, DC, FACFN, FIAMA

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Yanuck shares his clinical insights on the importance of discovering drivers of disease, the role of inflammation and the regulation of T-cells, and the idea of “Taking the High Road” in the overall health of patients.
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Episode 10 // November 2019

The Power of the Process: Creating Positive Outcomes with David Rakel, MD

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, IFM’s Director of Medical Education, Dan Lukaczer, ND, interviews researcher, educator, and clinician David Rakel, MD, on the power of empathy, compassion, the placebo effect, and the patient story. In particular, they explore how empathy and sympathy can lead to burnout, while compassion can be restorative.
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Episode 09 // October 2019

Video Podcast on Integrated Pain Management at Walter Reed

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Mylene Tran Huynh, MD, MPH, an integrative pain specialist working at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, share about using modifiable lifestyle factors and a range of integrative modalities to help patients suffering from chronic pain.
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Episode 08 // October 2019

Wisdom on Working with Underserved Populations with Sharad Kohli, MD

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, IFM’s Director of Medical Education Robert Luby, MD, interviews Sharad Kohli, MD, on the many ways that clinicians can work with the underserved in any setting.
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Episode 07 // August 2019

Estradiol Treatment and Cognitive Decline with Ann Hathaway, MD

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dan Lukaczer speaks with Ann Hathaway, MD. Dr. Hathaway has been successfully treating women and men using a functional medicine approach since 1995. Dr. Hathaway is a specialist in the use of bioidentical hormone replacement for menopausal women.
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Episode 06 // July 2019

Terry Wahls, MD, On Being a Physician, Provocateur, and Patient

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, IFM’s co-founder, Jeffrey Bland, PhD, interviews 2018 Linus Pauling Award Winner Terry Wahls, MD. Dr. Wahls’ professional and health journeys are intertwined, and she describes the impact of functional medicine on multiple sclerosis and on her own life.
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Episode 05 // April 2019

A Menu of Strategies for Chronic Pain: Heather Tick, MD, on Nutrition

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Heather Tick, MD, focuses on how to bring relief to patients with many types of pain, especially myofascial pain. As co-founder and director of one of the first interdisciplinary pain centers in Toronto from 1991-2008 to her current role as a clinical associate professor at the University of Washington, Dr. Tick has made a difference for countless chronic pain patients.
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Episode 04 // April 2019

Addiction & Stress in Young Adults with Dr. Paul Thomas

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, as a board-certified fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a certified addiction specialist, Dr. Thomas has helped more than 500 patients—adolescents and young adults—with opioid addiction through medication-assisted therapies at his Fair Start clinic.
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Episode 03 // March 2019

Long-Term Recovery from Addiction: Conversation With Dr. Loyd

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Loyd shares his personal story and connects his successful recovery to the social determinants of health. The experience galvanized him to move into addiction treatment and policy work.
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Episode 02 // March 2019

Electrical Therapies, Chronic Pain & the Military with Dr. Hagedorn

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we discuss with Dave Hagedorn, PhD, BCN, a leader in the field of non-invasive brain stimulation research, describes how emotional pain and physical pain are treated similarly in the brain:
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Episode 01 // March 2019

Salutogenesis, Integrative Medicine, and More with Dr. Jonas

On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, Dr. Jonas’s focus on integrative health embraces wellness and salutogenesis, helping clinicians expand their practice to include integrative health approaches, even in practice environments in which such change may be difficult.
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