Podcasts

The Integrative Practitioner Podcast is the leading on-the-go resource for education, connections, and inspiration, bringing you closer to top industry experts through exclusive interviews with leaders in integrative medicine.

Editor’s note: The views and options expressed in these podcasts are those of the speaker(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Integrative Practitioner.

Isaac Eliaz, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Shagoury, to discuss how understanding the innate human survival response can help practitioners optimize healing and detoxification, reversing aging and preventing chronic disease. This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and Protocol for Life Balance.

Click here for more information on The Survival Paradox: Reversing the Hidden Cause of Aging and Chronic Disease.

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Shanta Zimmer, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss implicit biases and microaggressions in integrative healthcare settings. This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health.

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Tania Dempsey, MD, ABIHM, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss mast cell activation syndrome and the interplay between immunity and neuroinflammation. This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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The 2022 edition of the Integrative Healthcare Symposium will take place from February 17-19, 2022. Click here for more information.

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Lillie Rosenthal, DO, join Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss pain management strategies centered on plant-based food as the ultimate prescription for pain relief. This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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The 2022 edition of the Integrative Healthcare Symposium will take place from February 17-19, 2022. Click here for more information.

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Shay Beider, MPH, LMT, founder and executive director of Integrative Touch for Kids (ITK), and Kathryn Frazee, MS, program director of ITK, join Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss core components of developing a successful telehealth program and the future of telehealth in integrative medicine. This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and Protocol for Life Balance and brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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The 2022 edition of the Integrative Healthcare Symposium will take place from February 17-19, 2022. Click here for more information.

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Andrew Wong, MD, co-founder of Capital Integrative Health in Bethesda, Maryland, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss using intravenous (IV) nutrition therapy to accelerate healing and improve clinical response with patients. This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health, and brought to you in part by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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The 2022 edition of the Integrative Healthcare Symposium will take place from February 17-19, 2022. Click here for more information.

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Drew Ramsey, MD, leading integrative psychiatrist, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss practical nutritional psychiatry strategies to support mental health and chronic stress. This episode is sponsored by Ulan Nutritional Systems, Protocol for Life Balance, and Rupa Health.

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Rudrani Banik, MD, specialist in ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, and headache, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss natural and integrative strategies for eye health and prevention of eye conditions like computer eye strain. This episode is sponsored by Ulan Nutritional Systems and Protocol for Life Balance.

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Angela Cortal, ND, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss evidence-informed approaches to address and reverse the root causes of chronic joint pain, including nutraceuticals and lifestyle-based interventions. This episode is sponsored by Ulan Nutritional Systems.

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Robert Silverman, DC, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss how healthy microbiota influence the susceptibility to viral infections, as well as lab tests and basic integrative protocols for immune system status.

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Kellie Blake, RDN, LD, IFNCP, Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, in honor of National Nutrition Month, to discuss how practitioners can sort through complex and often conflicting nutrition topics, as well as navigating diet fads, trends, and controversies with patients.

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David Scheiderer MD, MBA, DFAPA, chief medical officer and director of education at Integrative Psychiatry, Inc. and the president of Tiberius Enterprises, Inc., joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the impact of dysbiosis and inflammation on the gut-brain axis, as well as recommendations to reduce inflammation, correct dysbiosis, and support a healthy gut-brain axis. This episode is sponsored by Omni-Biotic.

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Jocelyn Strand, ND, Director of Clinical Education for Bio-Botanical Research, Inc., joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the role of microorganisms in optimizing pulmonary and immune health, as well as simple strategies for targeting inflammation and the microbiome. This episode is sponsored by Biocidin.

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In this celebratory 100th podcast episode, Corina Dunlap, ND, MS, naturopathic physician and medical researcher specializing in women’s health, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the gut, brain, and hormone connection, as well as simple and effective strategies for improving gut and hormone health with patients.

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Erik Peper, PhD, professor of holistic health studies at San Francisco State, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss “tech stress,” what it is and strategies for practitioners to embrace digital in a more positive, and mindful way.

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Michelle Maiers, DC, PhD, executive director of research and innovation at the Northwestern Health Sciences University Center for Health Healthcare Innovation, and Charles Sawyer, DC, Chuck Sawyer, special assistant to the president at the Northwestern Health Sciences University Center for Health Healthcare Innovation, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss race and diversity in integrative healthcare and call to action for practitioners.

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Geri Brewster RD, MPH, CDN, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the influence of nutrition on the immune system and how the health of the microbiome can impact the immune response.

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Marc Grossman, O.D., L.Ac., leading holistic eye doctor, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss natural and holistic approaches to eye health, including nutrition, supplement, and lifestyle considerations as well as how to incorporate vision care into an integrative healthcare team. 

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Heather Skeens, MD, CFMP, cornea, cataract, and refractive fellowship trained integrative ophthalmologist and practice management expert, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss challenges facing integrative healthcare practices and paths forward following the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This episode is sponsored by the University of Western States.

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The circadian rhythm, or “body clock,” shapes every function of the body, from the cellular level on up to cognitive power and social interactions. Yet, at this time during the pandemic, many of are cut off from the routines that previously helped maintain a strong circadian rhythm. Catherine Darley, ND, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss daily touchpoints patients can use to strengthen their rhythm, improving both sleep and daytime alertness. This episode is sponsored by the University of Western States.

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Laura Rokosz, PhD, pharmacologist and food scientist, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss practical approaches to boosting immune resilience with patients. This episode is sponsored by the University of Western States.

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Ashley Koff, RD, founder of The Better Nutrition Program, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss simple steps practitioners can take to improve nutrition outcomes with their patients. This episode is sponsored by the University of Western States. 

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Jeffrey Gladd, MD, chief medical officer of Fullscript, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss technology and navigating integrative medicine in a virtual world. This episode is sponsored by Fullscript.

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Carolina Brooks ND, BA, IFMCP, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss challenges in the herbal medicine industry and how to incorporate herbal medicine strategies to patient practice. This episode is sponsored by Fullscript.

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Catherine Darley, ND, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss how immune function is impacted by sleep and how to create positive routines to support sleep and mental health.

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Kellie Blake, RDN, LD, IFNCP, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss components of a successful nutrition protocol and developing tailored nutrition plans for specific patient needs. This episode is sponsored by Ulan Nutritional Systems.

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Ann Haiden, DO, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss mast cell activation and its impact on neurology, mood, stress, and mitochondria. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Gemma Nastasi, CAPP, CHNC, Laura Calascione-Nguyen, FMHC, NBC-HWC, and Jennifer Hanawald, NBC-HWC, join Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss what health coaching is, the benefits of health coaching, and how health coaches can integrate into the greater healthcare industry. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Geri Brewster, RD, MPH, CDN and Stephen Cowan, MD, join Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the neurogastroimmune complex from preconception and beyond. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Peter Bongiorno ND, LAc, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to ketamine and what it teaches us about natural remedies for chronic depression. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Reed Davis, founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss how health coaching bridges the gap between wisdom, information, and technology. This episode is sponsored by Functional Diagnostic Nutrition.

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Holly Lucille, ND, RN, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss cancer stem cell research and its relevance to integrative practice. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Tina Marinaccio, RDN, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss practical culinary tips, meal planning, meal prepping, and shopping strategies to help patients. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Mary Purdy MS, RDN, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss strategies for counseling patients on how to make realistic behavior changes to improve human and environmental health. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Mark Hyman, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the ways our food system influences policy, science, health, social justice and environment and climate change. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Andrea Beaman, HHC, AADP, Chef, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss various types of foods and herbs that can support the health of the thyroid. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Marc Grossman, OD, LAc, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss how to treat eye disease through diet, exercise, lifestyle considerations, and targeted supplementation. 

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Robert Graham, MD, MPH, FACP, ABOIM, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the relationship between home cooking and health, as well as strategies to facilitate cooking for improved personal health. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Anthony Bossis, PhD, DABCN joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss clinical implications from psychedelic research for palliative and hospice care. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the role of lifestyle choices including diet, sleep, nature exposure, appropriate use of digital technology, and stress in influencing decision-making. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Jeffrey Bland, PhD, FACN, FACB, CNS, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss nutrigenomics and how nutrigenomic profiling can be applied to personalized lifestyle medicine. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Christopher Bump, DC, MS, IFMCP, CNS, DABCN joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the herpes virus, autoimmunity, and various modes of viral influence on immune reaction. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Myles Spar, MD, MPH, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss proven ways of engaging men in the improvement of their own health. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Robert Silverman, DC, DACBN, DCBCN, MS, CCN, CNS, CSCS, CIISN, CKTP, CES, HKC, FA, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss providing effective treatment by seeing  patients as the whole human body, not as cases involving only a single system. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Jeanne Petrucci, MS, RDN, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the importance of incorporating culinary instruction into patient care. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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David Brady, ND, DC, CCN, DACBN, IFMCP, FACN, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss navigating personal genomic data and applying in therapeutic strategies. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Will Cole, DC, IFMCP, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the inflammation spectrum and steps to reduce inflammatory response in patients. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC, ABOIM, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss environmental toxins in disease and how climate change impacts human health acutely and chronically. This episode is sponsored by the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

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Kellie Blake, RDN, LD, IFNCP, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss nutrition and lifestyle approaches to address adrenal fatigue and dysfunction with patients.

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Nancy Gahles, DC, CCH, RSHom(NA), OIM, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss mindfulness-based stress reduction and how to apply the practice in patient care for mental and physical conditions, including gestational hypertension.

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Carolina Brooks, ND, BA, IFMPC, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss how medicinal mushrooms can be used in patient practice, including popular varieties, nutrition and medical constituents of mushrooms, and safety and side effect considerations.

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Adam Breiner, ND, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss traumatic brain injuries, such as concussions, as well as natural approaches to healing an injured brain.

James Greenblatt, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the public health crisis of suicide, as well as a genetic, biological, and psychosocial model for understanding and preventing suicide.

Joel Evans, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the functional medicine approach to prescribing hormone replacement therapy, as well as the role of bio-identical hormone replacement.

Robert Rountree, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the pervasive pathological processes involved in senescence and how these processes can lead to age-related disease.

Ashley Koff, RD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss various testing methods and tools to assess patients’ status of current nutrition and individual nutrition needs.

Nancy O’Hara, MD, MPH, FAAP, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the ever-increasing incidence of pediatric autoimmune disorders such as PANS and PANDAS.

Isadora Guggenheim, ND, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss how chronic conditions have impaired epigenetic sources, as well as appropriate identification, testing and treatment protocols to reverse chronic disease.

Michael Ruscio, DC, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss dietary, probiotic, environmental, and lifestyle strategies for gastrointestinal dysbiosis, immune activation, and histamine intolerance.

Josh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda, including how to apply in patient practice and how these principles impact aspects of natural medicine such as brain health, food sensitivities, immunity, stress relief, and inflammation.

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Dane Donohue, DC, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the fully integrated wellness program, and how he uses a wellness score including relevant biometric and laboratory data to assess patient needs.

Belleruth Naparstek, ACSW, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau, to discuss key research findings on the power and efficacy of guided imagery therapies. Featuring a sample guided imagery exercise, Naparstek also discusses the pros and cons of mind-body interventions and some practical tips on using the technique.

Kenneth Pelletier, PhD, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss epigenetics, how to realistically use and understand genetic information, and apply in patient practice.

Steven Feyrer-Melk, PhD, M.ED joins Integrative Practitioner editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the technology-engagement triad and how advancements in health-related devices and applications can assist in a personalized, whole-person approach to patient care.

Barbara Bartlik, MD, and Janet Mindes, PhD, join Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss new and more holistic solutions to sexual problems.

Nancy Gahles, DC, CCH, RSHOM(NA),OIM, and Lorraine Gahles-Kildow, PhD, join Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to  bring awareness and solutions to the epidemic of burnout, compassion fatigue, vital exhaustion and one of its most devastating consequences, cardiovascular disease.

Jeffrey Bland, PhD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss functional medicine in the age of genomics, biometrics, and wearable devices. 

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Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, CCN, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss a patient-specific immune repair program established to help restore tolerance, repair ability, and achieve sustained remissions in chronic autoimmune and immune dysfunction conditions.

David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss preventative medicine for neurodegenerative disease as well as dietary trends and interventions that affect brain health.

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Wendy Warner, MD, FACOG, ABIHM, IFMCP, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss genetic testing and hormone balancing for women to create personalized treatment protocols for female patients.

Mark Hyman, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss the failures of nutrition science and what practitioners can do to accurately decipher nutrition data.

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David Brady, ND, DC, CCN, DACBN, IFMCP, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss the autoimmune epidemic in healthcare, controversies and the integrative practitioner’s role going forward.

Ronald Hoffman, MD, CNS, FACAM, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss and integrative and comprehensive approach to inflammatory bowel disease, as well as the integrative practitioner’s role in improving the current standard of care.

Jack Wolfson, DO, FACC, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss leaky heart, what it is, how to diagnose it, and how heart disease can be prevented and reversed.

Donald Abrams, MD, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss the controversies surrounding cannabis in cancer care, as well as working with patients who opts for cannabis protocols.

Robert Silverman, DC, DACBN, DCBCN, MS, CCN, CNS, CSCS, CIISN, CKTP, CES, HKC, FA, joins Integrative Practitioner editor Katherine Rushlau to discuss microbiota and the gut-brain access, and how maintaining gut health can influence chronic disease and traumatic brain injury.

Mark Menolascino MD, MS, ABIHM, ABAARM, IFMCP, joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss strategies to evaluate and treat cognitive decline, as well as an integrative collaborative care model for complicated clinical problems. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Susan Allen, RDN, CCN and Amanda Archibald, RDN join IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss utilizing genomic testing to recommend and bio-markers to evaluate the efficacy of personalized, evidence-based nutrigenomic interventions in the prevention and treatment of osteopenia and osteoporosis. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Integrative Practitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, speaks with Carol Penn, DO, about the connection of breath and balancing the parasympathetic and the sympathetic nervous system, as well as the benefits of movement both in community building and in healing. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Integrative Practitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, speaks with Catherine Errico, MSN, RN, HWNC-BC, about using Jin Shin Jyutsu in self-care for nurses. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Integrative Practitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, speaks with Carol Hahn, MSN, RN, CPT, RYT, CDP, about the limbs or paths of yoga and how practitioners can begin to practice healthy breathing techniques with patients. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Mark Bubbs, ND, CISSN, CSCS, joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the ketogenic diet, and explain why the diet is an effective strategy for lowering high blood sugar levels, improving hyper-insulinemia, and for improving markers of metabolic health. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Mark Hyman, MD, joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss the challenges of nutrition science and the role of food policies on health, the environment, the economy, and poverty. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, speaks with Jordon Stern, MD, about diagnosing sleep apnea in patients and the connection between sleep tech and sleep apnea. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Andrea Beaman, HHC, AADP speaks with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, about culinary herbs and how they support the body, as well as ways to prepare common herbs and begin recommending them to patients. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Heba Elnazer, MD, joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss chronic endocrine disorders, clinical decision making for using function supplements and nutrients in combination with medication, and incorporating combination therapy in patient practices. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, interviews David Perlmutter, MD, on the role lifestyle factors, like nutrition, have in determining the destiny of the brain, as well as how practitioners can begin to address lifestyle factors for brain health with their patients. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Daniel Friedland, MD, joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss burnout, resiliency, and how practitioners can engage in mindfulness practices to enhance awareness and effectively navigate stress. Dr. Friedland will also explain how low and high performance leadership states map to various regions of the brain. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Gerard Clum, DC, joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss addressing the opioid epidemic as well primary and adjunctive therapies of a chiropractor treating acute and chronic pain in an integrative setting. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Joanne Turnier, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, HN-BC, HWNC-BC, CT, Dena Alberti, MSN, RN-BC, and Deborah McElligott DNP, ANP-BC, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC, CDE join IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, for a discussion on nurse coaching models for patient-centered care. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Scott Sherr, MD, speaks with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, on hyperbaric oxygen therapy and its role in functional medicine. This episode is part of the IHS preview series.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, speaks with Joanne Loewy, DA, LCAT, MT-BC, on the benefits of music therapy for disease management, as well as emotional health and coping with trauma. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Nicole Vinneau, MSN, RN, NC-BC, will conduct an energy exercise at this year’s Integrative Healthcare Symposium, and joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, to give listeners a preview of energy enhancing techniques and how practitioners can use the methods she will be teaching in their own lives and practices. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Suzanne Hanser, EdD, MT-BC, discusses common stress reduction and pain management techniques using music therapy. She walks listeners through a sample exercise and offer suggestions on how to incorporate music protocols into patient practices. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

IntegrativePractiitoner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, interviews David M. Brady, ND, on strategies of collaborative care for patients with autoimmune disorders. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Barbara Dossey Phd, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC and Deva-Marie Beck Phd, RN speak with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, on Florence Nightingale’s legacy of caring, health, healing, and advocacy for public health, as well as the role of integrative nurse coaching and integration of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, L.AC. speaks with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor Katherine Rushlau on practitioners training the mind to benefit themselves and others, as well as approaches to enhancing and deepening mind-body connections. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, meets with Michael D. Lewis, MD on cannabidiol, or CBD, and how practitioners can use it to maintain or obtain improved brain health. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, interviews Joseph Pizzorno, ND, on environmental neurotoxins becoming a primary cause of neurodegeneration, the most prominent toxins practitioners need to be aware of, and tests and protocols practitioners should have in place. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Marc Milstein, PhD, joins IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katherine Rushlau, to discuss breakthrough research and insights for lowering an individual’s risk for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, along with  common health conditions and daily activities that increase an individual’s risk. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Laura Rokosz, PhD speaks with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, on solutions for nutrient deficiencies that affect neuronal development, as well as the relationship between the microbiome and cognitive health. This episode is part of the IHS Preview Series.

Carole Lynn Steiner, author of MYBYBLE…For the Extended Lifespan, returns to speak with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau about improving back health and working with patients who suffer from chronic back pain.

In this episode of the iPractitioner Podcast, IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, speaks with Nancy Gahles. DC, CCH, MBSR, on burnout syndrome, signs and symptoms, practical interventions, and more. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.

Carole Lynn Steiner, author of MYBYBLE…For the Extended Lifespan, returns to speak with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau about quick and easy health and better living tips for practitioners and patients.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, speaks with Carole Lynn Steiner, author of MYBYBLE…For the Extended Lifespan, about proper digestive health and lifestyle-based interventions and treatment protocols for patients who experience digestive health issues.

In this episode, IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, speaks with Robert Silverman, DC, MS, CNS, CSCS, CKTP, CES, CIISN, DACBN, HKC, SASTM, about an inside out approach to osteoarthritis, including lifestyle-based interventions and natural approaches and solutions.

Burke Lennihan, RN, CCH returns to speak with IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau on homeopathy for the physician perspective. The discussion will cover practical protocols for hospitals, homeopathy’s role in drug and antibiotic-related issues, and how physicians can incorporate homeopathic practices with their own patients. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.

In this episode of the iPractitioner Podcast, IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, speaks with Burke Lennihan, RN, CCH, on getting started in homeopathy, homeopathic remedies for everyday use, the nurse’s role in educating patients on homeopathic medicine, and more. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor Katy Rushlau speaks with keynote speaker, David Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM, about lifestyle as medicine, how providers can help patients address negative lifestyle habits, and some of today’s top trends in integrative medicine. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, speaks with Penny Kendall-Reed, ND, about the interconnection of stress, genetics, and the metabolism, as well as how providers can modify SNPs through nutrients and address challenges associated with stress management. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.

Join IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, for a conversation with James Maskell, host and founder of the Functional Forum/ Evolution of Medicine, about how practitioners can apply human social genomics and some of the emerging trends in integrative medicine. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.

IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, speaks with Robert Silverman, DC, MS, CNS, CSCS, CKTP, CES, CIISN, DACBN, HKC, SASTM, about breakthroughs in the resolution of inflammation, how practitioners can help patients address inflammation from the inside out, and more. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.

Join IntegrativePractitioner.com editor, Katy Rushlau, for a conversation with Susan Luck, RN, BS, MA-HNC, CCN, HWNC-BC, and Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, HWNC-BC, about integrative nursing, board certified holistic nursing, and integrative nurse coaching, as well as what integrative nursing looks like in practice. This episode is part of the IHS Preview series.