The next Pandemic has arrived!
Posted on Mar 30, 2022
In this episode, University of Virginia Obesity Researcher and Physician Dr. Cate Varney, DO, PT, ATC, reveals to us that the COVID Pandemic pails in comparison to what we will experience in the near future with our current pandemic of Obesity. Dr. Varney discusses with Dr. Tim the downfalls of current obesity and weight management and offers some revealing revelations on how to curb and possibly end this pandemic as well as to boot, how to effectively loose weight so you do not become ill or die.Read more
COVID and Athletic Mental Health
Posted on Dec 19, 2021
In this episode, we explore the mental health challenges athletes have faced in this pandemic era and how they have worked to overcome them. Olympic hopeful Tawnee Moore and Strongman Competitor Ben Sant discuss with Dr. Tim and Dr. Shane Murphy; how they have been impacted, provide advice for not only athletes facing similar challenges, but provide timely and powerful strategies for all of us who wish to emerge from the COVID pandemic both mentally and physically strong. Book Recommendation: https://www.amazon.com/Coaching-Athletes-Their-Best-Motivational/dp/1462541267Read more
Can medical cannabis save your life?
Posted on Sep 26, 2021
Dr. Anden returns to discuss how the Endocannaboid System (ECS) works to balance your health and protect you from illness. Dr. Anden and Dr. Tim explore how cannabis works to influence the ECS system and other applications of the ECS system to combat chronic pain, inflammation, and protect you from viruses and other maladies.Read more
Podcast: Music Therapy that will Change your Life!
Posted on Oct 4, 2020
In this episode, Alex Doman, bestselling author, psychoacoustic music producer, and Founder of Vital Neuro, and Advanced Brain Technologies discusses with Dr. Tim the benefits of music therapy for treatment of a variety of conditions such as autism, chronic pain, improvement of physical performance and more. Episode Highlights: *Alex discusses the nuts and bolts behind psychoacoustic modulated music and how it boosts mental and physical performance *The overall benefits of music as a therapy are reviewed along with supporting research *How music therapy helps to address specific conditions such as autism, chronic pain and athletic performance are addressed Doman’s production credits are extensive, guiding teams who’ve created cutting-edge solutions that have helped millions of people worldwide including; The Listening Program® music listening therapy and audio streaming platform, and Sleep Genius™, an audio based sleep aid built from NASA research which achieved the #1 global Health & Fitness app in the App Store. He is currently heading product development to launch Vital Neuro to truly impact as many lives as possible by bringing exceptional innovations and solutions to the market. Alex has been interviewed for, NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, Today, NPR Marketplace, Wall Street Journal, Self, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Fast Company, MoneyWatch, ESPN Radio, and more. A global keynote speaker, Alex has been on stages in Europe, Asia, Australia, North and South America and was recognized as one of the 50 important human behavior experts to watch.Read more
Podcast: Kelsey Boyer, Professional Snowboarder, Shares her Story of Brain Recovery
Posted on Jul 15, 2020
Kelsey Boyer is professional snowboarder and Founder of Save a Brain,Inc.Kelsey has been featured in Snowboarder Magazine, is a sponsored athlete with K2, Giro and Roxy and travels the world both filming her snowboarding feats and helping to inspire other girls and women to take up the sport through her work with Beyond the Boundaries, a company focused on promoting females to get into the mountains through the sport of snowboarding. Kelsey started snowboarding at the age of 13 and quickly advanced in the sport, first competing at age 16 and one year later, winning the Nike Chosen, which sparked her desire to become a Professional Snowboarder. With this goal in mind, she packed her bags and left her family in Pennsylvania to pursue a snowboarding career in Utah. She became a sponsored athlete at age 18. However, in 2016 Kelsey suffered a traumatic brain injury that required brain surgery, which was thought to sideline her from snowboarding for the rest of her life not to mention from being a normal human being. However, after four years of therapy and struggle, Kelsey returned to the sport and regained her professional status with a new goal in mind. Kelsey is now focused on helping others gain the education and financial support to heal from their brain injury through her non-profit foundation, Save A Brain,Inc.Read more
Podcast: Getting Athletes Heat Acclimatized During The COVID-19 Pandemic
Posted on Jun 10, 2020
Do you want to avoid sudden death or illness of a loved one or yourself? Then this episode on how to return to exercise and sports post COVID-19 was engineered for you.Read more