Dr. Gerard Clum, D.C., Board Member of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, addresses the issues surrounding neck manipulation and strokes. There have been numerous medical studies showing there is no causal link between strokes and chiropractic care. The latest study, published in the Annals of Medicine on April 6, 2019, concludes that “manual therapy does not result in an increased risk of cervical artery dissection or CAD.
Dr. Paul MacKoul, one of the founders of The Center of Innovative GYN Care® (CIGC), discusses recent research that showed complex GYN issues are going undiagnosed among women around the world. The study, conducted by CIGC, collected 5 years of data from over 1,500 hysterectomy patients and nearly 1 thousand myomectomy patients who had surgeries at CIGC. He also talks about the laparoscopy techniques, DualPortGYN® and LAAM-BUAO® that have been perfected by CIGC.
Doron Youngerwood, Director of Marketing at SysAid® Technologies, discusses their IT service management (ITSM) solution software that provides a suite of tools that increases efficiency and improves patient care.
Mike Davis, Head of Neurology for UCB, a global biopharmaceutical company in the U.S., discusses the recent FDA approval of NAYZILAM® (midazolam) for the short term nasal treatment of seizure clusters, the company’s seizure portfolio, and the company’s commitment to the epilepsy community.
John Incledon, President of Hisamitsu America (the makers of Salonpas patches), discusses the Centers for Disease Control’s recent recommendation for physicians to consider the use of safer topical analgesics as the first line treatment for chronic pain.
Ebele Mbanugo of Lagos, Nigeria, grand prize winner of the 2018 C3 (Changing Cancer Care) Prize, discusses her work, where she created a culturally-relevant and easy-to-understand digital audio series about breast cancer for patients in Nigeria. She also operates Run For A Cure Africa, a non-profit organization created to eradicate breast cancer in Africa. She is determined in her mission to help erase the stigma of breast cancer treatment in her society through education. Learn more and submit an idea to the C3 Prize which will award $200,000 in total funds and resources to help winners further advance their ideas:
Susan Sheena, a mother of 4 boys, including a son diagnosed with schizophrenia at age 20, talks about her experience, what she wished she had known going into it and advice for other parents/patients to help better navigate a diagnosis.
Returning guest Dr. Alejandro Badia, founder of OrthoNOW® orthopedic urgent care centers, discusses innovations in treating tennis elbow and the newest treatment option for an arthritic thumb (BioPro® Modular Thumb Implant). For more information, visit www.drbadia.com.
Myopia, in simple terms is also called “nearsightedness.” If you are myoptic, you see things more clearly when up close and see things blurred in the distance. With the increased cases of myopia in children, Debbie Jones discusses this global epidemic and its impact, genetic and environmental factors that contribute to myopia and control solutions for children.
Bill Rancic, celebrity entrepreneur, author, businessman and first winner of The Apprentice, discusses his partnering with Astellas Oncology C3 Prize, (Changing Cancer Care) and how anyone with an idea big or small can make an impact in cancer care.