Episode 77: To the Nines with Teresa Thuy

Welcome to the very last guest episode of Season 2! This episode features Teresa Nguyen, a HIIT fitness instructor based out of Houston TX and an entrepreneur who launched her own brand, To the Nines. Listen to how she first started her own blog on style and fitness and how she made the leap to turn that into her business. Her advice to others is to jump in and have faith. You can find out more information about Teresa on Instagram @teresathuy and her website teresathuy.com ; she hosts a monthly show on YouTube called Spill the Tea

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My name is Teresa Nguyen, and I am a HIIT fitness instructor, host of show – Spill The Tea, and creator of lifestyle brand – To The Nines. I have my bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and got my ACE Certification in Group Fitness Instruction in 2017. You can sign up for my newsletter on the homepage of my website, http://www.TeresaThuy.com, to get health & beauty tips twice a month. I have nine years of experience in planning & hosting events. I just had a women makers event called the Awesome Things Market highlighting local artists on June 6th! I have more events in the works for 2021. On my show, Spill the Tea, I have fun interviews with inspiring people. My fifth episode aired on June 1st, and I have a new episode on the first of every month. You can watch & subscribe to my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/t3y0nc3. My mission is to bring joy and inspire you to be your best self.

website: www.TeresaThuy.com; IG: TeresaThuy; Twitter: TTNTeresaThuy; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ToTheNinesTeresaThuy/; YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/t3y0nc3   

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Episode 76: Sleep as Holistic and Patient Centered with Dr. Valerie Cacho

This week’s episode features a topic we know is so important yet we hardly ever discuss: sleep! I am excited to bring to you Dr. Valerie Cacho, aka Dr. Val on the podcast this week. She is a board certified internal medicine and sleep medicine physician. We chat about how she got into the field of sleep medicine to become a sleep expert. She discusses the high prevalence of insomnia and we chat about sleep hygiene and what it exactly means. Her advice to others to take the time to be still. You don’t want to miss this episode! 

Find out more about Dr. Val atwww.sleeplifemed.comIG: @valerie.cacho.md

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FULL BIO: Dr. Cacho is a board certified internal medicine and sleep medicine physician.  She is passionate about inspiring her patients to obtain optimal sleep health and wellness through integrative, holistic and lifestyle medicine approaches. 

Her core values of compassion, service and community are the foundation of the relationships she builds with patients.  Dr. Cacho believes in treating the whole person and helps patients find healing through aligning the body, mind and spirit.  

Originally from California, Dr. Cacho attended medical school at Loma Linda University in Southern California, trained in internal medicine at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena and completed a sleep fellowship at the Cedar Sinai Medical program based in Los Angeles.

She completed an additional fellowship in integrative medicine founded by Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona.  Dr. Cacho co-edited a book entitled, Integrative Sleep Medicine (in press), that is part of the Weil Integrative Medicine Series.

Episode 75: Self Care is Not Selfish with Dr. Sonal Haerter

This week’s episode features Dr. Sonal Haerter, an internal medicine physician with a special interest in wellness. She is in the process of completing her culinary medicine fellowship. She discusses the importance is self care especially amongst women. 

From Sonal: I have been actively involved in ‘Wellness in medicine , wellness as a woman in medicine ‘ for almost a decade. I am part of wellness committees at my hospital and presented grand rounds. It’s my mission to help my physician colleagues from burning out and giving up what they sacrificed so much for. In my practice as an internist I focus specifically on mental , physical and spiritual health! I do talk about impact of eating healthy and thinking healthy. Wellness is not one dimensional. It’s multidimensional, it needs to me nurtured. Resilience is a muscle that develops as a result of mindful nurturing of mind , body and soul!

Sonal Haerter , MD Culinary Medicine ( in progress) Academic internist Clinical Skills Co Director Clerkship Director – outpatient IM Assistant Professor Creighton University school of Medicine-Phoenix Wellness chair – IM residency program Dignity Health Medical Group St Joseph’s hospital Phoenix , AZ


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Episode 74: Shed the Shoulds with Dr. Wendy Schofer

This week’s episode features pediatrician and life coach Dr. Wendy Schofer. We discuss her journey into becoming a life coach after seeing her patients in her practice struggle with obesity. “Should” is a word I’ve tried hard to eliminate from my vocabulary and so this episode really was close to home for me. I hope you all enjoy listening to this episode!


Find out more about Dr. Schofer at http://www.wendyschofermd.com


Dr Wendy Schofer is a pediatrician, lifestyle physician and family life and weight coach. Her 16+ years in clinical practice has taken her from military medical practice around the world, to primary care and then to nonprofit community work. She brings experience having difficulty conversations, supporting parents through emotional and behavioral challenges, transitioning (repeatedly!) in the military, using lifestyle as medicine, and a big dose of fun to coaching. Coaching has brought a new level of personal satisfaction and enjoyment to her clinical practice, and is the elusive missing link for helping families enjoy health at home. She helps parents “shed the shoulds” to address the fears around nutrition and overweight, and become the confident role model for family health.
Bio at wishwell.health.blog IG @wishwell.health

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Episode 73: Self Doubt is a Choice with Dr. Kristin Yates

This week’s episode features Dr. Kristin Yates, an OB/GYN, coach, and podcast host. We discuss self doubt as part of the human condition and how it is 100% our choice. She shares how imposter syndrome led her to nearly leave medicine. She hosts the podcast, Imposter to Unstoppable where guests come on to share their stories with her. 

Find out more about Dr. Kristin Yates at kristinyatesdo.com and on Instagram @kristinyatesdo

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From Kristin:  I’m Kristin and I am an Ob/Gyn practicing in New Hampshire. I love providing preventative and obstetric care to my patients. I love to listen without passing judgement and offer encouragement when needed and education when asked.

Outside of medicine, I teach students, residents and early career physicians about self-coaching with the goal of overcoming Imposter Syndrome, increasing self-confidence and creating actionable plans to achieve their goals.

I want you to love your career and stay in it for at least as long as you trained for it! 

Episode 72: Uncertainty with Dr. Ashley Maltz

This week’s episode is a super fun one featuring my dear friend Dr. Ashley Maltz, an internal medicine and preventive medicine physician and fellowship trained integrative medicine physician. Hear her journey from college and attending her first yoga class and putting her health into her own hands. She shares her journey through her residency training in preventive medicine and then pursuing a clinical fellowship in integrative medicine. After practicing for several years, she moved back to Austin to start her own practice. 


She discusses why she chose the word “uncertainty” for her episode, and sitting with herself in the discomfort of that uncertainty. She talks about experiencing significant changes in her life and being “productively unproductive” with those changes, of which so many of us can relate. 

Connect with Dr. Ashley Maltz

ashleymaltzmd.com

IG @ashleymaltzmd

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After Dr. Maltz earned a Medical Degree and Master in Public Health from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston, TX, she completed a combined Internal and Preventive Medicine Residency at UTMB. She then pursued and completed a 2-year Integrative Medicine Fellowship at Stamford Hospital, in Stamford, Connecticut.

During her Fellowship, she underwent clinical training in Medical Acupuncture, trigger point injections, meditation, spirituality, clinical nutrition, mind-body therapies, botanicals and herbs, as well as an intensive 1000-hour online curriculum created by The University of Arizona Integrative Medicine Program founded by Dr. Andrew Weil. During this time, she also completed a 300-hour Medical Acupuncture course through the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate.

Dr. Maltz’s specific interests include helping her patients improve their health through lifestyle interventions including, but not limited to, eastern medical
practices, nutrition, botanicals, mind-body techniques and decreasing environmental exposures.

She is a practitioner of Peggy Huddleston’s “Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster” program – a guided imagery technique clinically proven to decrease pre-surgical anxiety and post-surgical use of pain medications as well as decrease healing time of all types of surgeries – and the Mindfulness Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) program created by Jean Kristeller, PhD.

She spent the last year of her four-year medical residency participating in health policy, cancer prevention and environmental health rotations and most recently spent two years living in Albuquerque, NM, working as an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico’s School of Medicine.

Dr. Maltz is a member of the Texas Medical Association and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, for which she served on the Board of Directors from 2013 – 2015. She is a proud graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where she received her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology.

In her recreational time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, practicing yoga, meditation, dancing, hiking, cooking healthfully and exploring the world through travel and cultural exchange. 

She is passionate about social justice, environmental restoration and creating healthful lifestyle change for patients and healthcare workers alike.  In August 2016, she hosted an advocacy event at the Texas State Capital to bring awareness to the epidemic of medical student and physician suicide and in September, 2017, she joined a virtual rescue operation in SE Texas for Hurricane Harvey relief work.

Episode 71: Integrative Interventional Pain & Ayurvedic Medicine with Dr. Harini Chenna

On this week’s episode, I connect with a fellow integrative interventional pain management physician, Dr. Harini Chenna. As a former competitive gymnast along with the influence of her Indian cultural upbringing, she has always been passionate about fitness, nutrition, holistic healing and their vital role alongside modern medicine in building a mindset in which comprehensive wellness is a lifestyle. She shares her approach to chronic pain management in her patients. We also spend some time talking about Lagree fitness, which is how we connected on social media a few years ago!


Find out more about Dr. Chenna on Instagram @drharinichenna


Find out more about Lagree fitness on lagreefitness.com and you can save on your home microformer machine with code MICHELLEDANGMD

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Fitness has always been an integral part of my life since I was a young kid. I was a former competitive gymnast until my college years and played competitive tennis throughout my childhood and regularly play now as well. I have been lucky to have a family that has always been extremely active and has always pushed me to continue healthy habits throughout life. For me, maintaining healthy habits is a priority and fitness and nutrition go hand in hand. Culturally ayurvedic practices are also a large part of who I am. Fitness, nutrition, meditation, ayurvedic medicine alongside my practice of integrative and interventional pain are my passions and I hope that I can influence my patients to encompass to adopt a lifestyle in which these pillars of wellness are seamless incorporated into daily life.

Episode 70: Fully Enjoying Life with Dr. Jordana Rothschild

Dr. Rothschild is a double board certified physician in Preventive Medicine and Occupational and Environmental Medicine with additional certification in mind-body medicine. Listen to her chat with me on today’s episode on what it means to fully enjoy life in the body that we have. She talks about tapping into what we have in ourselves to accomplish the goals in how we want to live our lives to the fullest potential.

She shares her journey into mind-body medicine starting with her training in preventive medicine.
Her advice to others is to not be afraid to choose the life you want to live. Every morning, we are gifted with a new day. And each day we get to choose how we want to spend that day. It’s ours alone, nobody can live it for us, we just have to be brave enough to own our choices.  

Dr. Rothschild also has released a FREE 5 day mind-body boot camp starting May 24th


Find out more information about Dr. Rothschild:
www.alpinehealthmd.com
Guided Meditations on YouTube: Alpine Health
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4ZlhRr1TBN2ueKoGji5How
Fitness Videos on YouTube: Adult Recess
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJPA2XYFIdyBgK2VsJuDXA
Instagram:
@jordanarothschild
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And you can even join our FREE 5 Day Mind-body Boot Camp starting May 24:https://mailchi.mp/alpinehealthmd/bootcamp

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As a physician specializing in Preventive Medicine, Dr. Rothschild has spent her career helping people stay healthy before they get sick. As she treated her patients with so many different conditions, it was shocking to realize just how many of them were sicker because of their stress! Over the years she has continued to gain experience and expertise in teaching mindfulness and other coping techniques to help her patient manage their stress and the health effects of that stress. Through individual patient visits as well as group sessions, Dr. Jordana Rothschild has dedicated her practice to promoting mental and physical wellness and reversing stress-related diseases, incorporating mind-body medicine into her treatment of acute and chronic disease. She is passionate about guiding her patients to achieve health and well-being, above and beyond the absence of disease. Dr. Rothschild holds an MD from the Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine and studied Mind-Body Medicine at the Benson Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School. She completed her residency in Preventive Medicine at Stony Brook University. She also holds a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. She is board certified in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health, as well as Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and is a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine.

Episode 69: Share Your Stories with Dr. Joanne Jarrett

This week’s episode features Dr. Joanne Jarrett and her episode title is “Share Your Stories”. She is the host of the Fancy Free Podcast. She realized over the years that we all have embarrassing funny stories and that sharing these with each other is a great way to bond, connect, laugh together, and feel less alone in our imperfections. She believes it also changes our mindset so that we are not only viewing our foibles through the lens of humor and story telling, but we also look for opportunities to share them with others as a gift. Her advice to others is to share your embarrassing funny stories every chance you get. It’s addictive and infectious! She would love to start a movement whereby instead of being mired in isolating embarrassment, we are all laughing at ourselves together!


Find out more information about Joanne and her podcast at http://www.fancyfreepodcast.com and her clothing line at http://www.shelfieshoppe.com


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FULL BIO: Joanne Jarrett is a family physician on her 17th year of maternity leave. She hosts the Fancy Free Podcast, where she and her guests share their most embarrassing funny stories so they and the listeners all feel less alone in their imperfection. And as someone who is always looking to be super cozy at home, she designed a line of “street-legal pajamas” so we can be comfy and confident even after we’ve had it with the bra for the day. She and her husband run a mobile endodontics practice together, so she is also a reluctant office manager and part-time dental assistant. They have two teenage daughters and live in rural Montana

Episode 68: Air Health with Dr. Erika Maria Moseson

On this week’s episode I chat with Dr. Erika Maria Moseson, a lung and ICU doctor in Oregon. Her phrase for health and wellness is air health. She says don’t light things on fire and breathe them into your lungs. This applies to tobacco, diesel, forests and more. She shares how as a lung and ICU doctor she realized how many patients she saw in the critical care setting due to people breathing in unhealthy air. She discussed how that is compounded by economic instability and racial inequities. We chat about vaping, the tobacco industry, wildfires, diesel and more. Her advice to others is to be an advocate for yourself and for your patients. She hosts her own podcast, Air Health Our Health, so please head over to her podcast and take a listen!


Find out more about Dr. Moseson at:

airhealthourhealth.org

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FULL BIO: Dr. Erika Maria Moseson is a pulmonary and critical care medicine physician (or “lung and ICU doctor” depending on your audience). She attended medical school at Cornell University, trained at UCSF for internal medicine and completed her fellowship at Oregon Health and Sciences University. She is the founder of Air Health Our Health, an educational resource regarding the intersection between breathing healthy air and the wellbeing and wealth of our communities. She hosts the Air Health Our Health podcast, interviewing experts on everything from tobacco and vaping to diesel exhaust and policy options to improve public health. She is passionate about physician advocacy, and is one of the American Lung Association’s Health Professionals for Clean Air and Climate Action. She is the past President of Oregon Thoracic Society and practices full time pulmonary and critical care medicine while mothering three amazing young children.