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Podcast for Healing Neurology

81 EpisodesProduced by Partyfish MediaWebsite

Certified in Ayurveda and Functional Medicine, Nurse Practitioner Gillian Ehrlich, DNP, ARNP, IFMCP interviews guests about how our world impacts our neurology including medicine, lab tests, food, lifestyle, mental health, research, culture, politics, and environment. Presented by Partyfish Media 🎉… read more

81 Episodes | 2019 - 2022

#73 John Moos, MD discusses his transition from trauma surgeon to psychedelic healer including research and current status of psychedelics for healing in the US

December 1st, 2022


Dr John Moos, MD discusses his transition from trauma surgeon to psychedelic healer- the unifying factor being proximity to trauma. He notes the trauma he initially treated with surgery most typically occurs within a …

#72 Jennifer Bahr, ND: All about Homeopathy and its use for children with PANS/PANDAS

November 16th, 2022


Dr Jennifer Bahr is a Naturopathic Physician with deep interest, experience and success in treating children using Classical Homeopathy for PANS (Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome) and PANDAS (Pediatric …

#71: Arnold Eiser, MD: Intersections of Neuroscience & Public Health

August 13th, 2022


Dr Arnold Eiser, MD, MACP trained as a nephrologist over 40 years ago but has come to see that the kidneys, liver and other 'extracranial factors' …

#70 Dr Tarun Singhal, MD on microglial activation as a common root of neuroinflammatoy conditions but also brain fog, fatigue and mood changes

July 11th, 2022


Microglial cells are responsible for sensing and driving the immune response in the central nervous system. Their activity, be it supportive or destructive, can be at the root of many different neuroinflammatory …

#69: ABORTION: SPECIAL EPISODE: Anuj Khattar, MD on the day Roe v Wade is overturned: Women's Realities of Reproductive Health in America

July 1st, 2022


Recorded on Friday, June 24, 2022, the day Roe v Wade was overturned by the United States Supreme Court, when safe full-scale reproductive health …

Coming Soon: Oops, All Franchises!

June 24th, 2022


Coming July 8th from Partyfish Media! Oops, All Franchises is a new movie podcast ranking film franchises and sequels to find the best IP there ever …

#68: Acharya Shunya: Roar Like a Goddess

June 22nd, 2022


To Roar Like a Goddess is no joke and a responsibility not to be taken lightly. 

In this episode, Acharya Shunya rejoins us (see Podcast for Healing …

#67 Emily Gutierrez, DNP, CPNP, PMHS: Neuroinflammation in Kids including Autism, OCD, ADHD, PANDAS/PANS

June 8th, 2022


Autism, ADHD, OCD, and PANDAS/PANS are some of the challenging neuroinflammatory conditions in growing numbers of children these days. While the conventional treatment has typically been pharmaceuticals and behavioral …

Coming June 16th: Save The D8 - Epoch

June 6th, 2022


Season 3 of Save The D8 drops this June 16th! All new characters with all new adventurers and... a brand new player, Shane Regan!

People are getting abducted from their homelands and trapped in a prison with no name. …

#66 Karyn Schwartz, community herbalist: Finding our relationship to plants

May 26th, 2022


Karyn Schwartz is a community herbalist what starts out with exactly what we need to know about herbalism, "If you are interacting with plants in any way, you are doing herbalism. If you are cooking with plants in your …

Now on Partyfish Media: Beyond The Ball!

May 16th, 2022


Welcome to the World of Pokémon!

Beyond The Ball is the premiere Pokémon research podcast! Join Professors Braden and Will each episode as they read all of the entries for a single Pokémon (selected at random) and try …

#65: Dr Howard Weiner, MD, Understanding the Neuroinflammatory diseases: MS, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS & Glioblastoma

May 15th, 2022


Dr Howard Weiner has been evaluating neuroinflammatory diseases for over forty years now. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is his main target, but in the show …

#64 Aly Cohen, MD: All you need to know about WATER! Sources, Regulations, Contaminants and Chooseing Filters for your Drinking Water

April 20th, 2022


Dr Aly Cohen. MD and environmental health specialist (and very entertaining speaker), gives us the full low-down about our drinking water in the …

#63: Anup Mulakaluri, ND: Heart & Spirit of Ayurvedic Neurology

April 13th, 2022


Despite being born into an Ayurvedic culture, Dr Anup Mulakaluri, ND, didn't seek out Ayurvedic training until his mom gained medical benefit this …

#62 Micki Maes: All about brain imaging; understanding x-ray, CT, MRI, PET scans especially for neurodegenerative conditions

March 30th, 2022


Marilyn (Micki) Maes, MS. RT, (R), (MR), (f), CRT, is a radiologic technologist, professional educator, researcher, 3D quantitative analyst, …

#61 Virtaj Singh, MD: Physiatry Treatments for the Hypermobile Body

March 16th, 2022


Dr Virtaj Singh, MD, gives us the physical medicine and rehabilitation perspective of the hypermobile body. We start out talking about how 'hypermobility' presents, starting with the various joints that can get …

#60 Tami Hafzalla: Yoga & Ayurveda through Bhakti, a devotional life

March 2nd, 2022


Tami Hafzalla hails originally from Cairo, Egypt, and found her spirit grounded & home-grown through her explorations of Yoga and Ayurveda. In this podcast, she brings us along on her journey originating in a …

#59 Alessandro Bitto, PhD: Biological Aging, Cellular Senescence, Mitochondria & the Gut

February 16th, 2022


Dr Alessandro Bitto is a researcher at the University of Washington who studies biological aging, mitochondrial function and metabolic disease. He …

#58 Prisca Nwizubo, PMHNP: Non-Medication Mental Health with TMS: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

February 2nd, 2022


Prisca Nwizubo is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who found herself most at home working with mental health and illness in innovative …

#57 Hiba Jameel: Iraqi nutritionist & artist on food, family, culture, food policy, blue zone eating, and the power of priorities and choices

January 19th, 2022


Ms Hiba Jameel grew up in Iraq during the Gulf War and transitioned from coming to the US as a refugee to studying Blue-Zone longevity & …

REPOST: #42 Acharya Shunya: Finding the Sovereign Self

January 19th, 2022


How can we find authentic freedom, everlasting joy, and unshakable sovereignty? In this episode, Acharya Shunya shares the seven stages of falling through desire from consciousness to unconsciousness to discover our …

#56 Alissa Zingman, MD, Everything to know about EDS: Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome & Hypermobility Syndromes

December 14th, 2021


Dr Alissa Zingman is a physician board-certified in Occupational & Environmental Preventative Medicine. Prior to medical school, she was a …

#55 Katja Kovacic, MD pediatric gastroenterologist: Neurogastroenterology the gut brain connection of IBS, cyclic vomiting, gastroparesis and chronic abdominal pain as seen through the autonomic nervo

November 25th, 2021


There are more neurons in the gut than in the spinal cord. WHAT?! Dr Katja Kovacic is a pediatric gastroenterologist who specializes in the gut-brain …

#54 Alan Cash: Using Oxaloacetate (Benagene) to support failing mitochondrial energy pathways & scavenge glutamate

November 10th, 2021


Alan Cash got curious about why our energy pathways fail us. Armed with an MS in physics, he's found himself innovating commercial production methods …

#53 Kyla Pearce, PhD, MPH, E-RYT 200: LoveYourBrain *free* programs offering Yoga for Traumatic Brain Injury

October 27th, 2021


Yoga was one of the key tools Olympic-hopeful snowboarder Kevin Pearce found to reorient to himself as able, connected and calm after his severe head …

#52: Shae Datta, MD: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), gut-brain connection and supplements for healing

October 14th, 2021


Dr Shae Datta, MD, is a Sports NeuroTrauma Neurologist and the current Director of Concussion & Neuro-Cognition at New York University, Long …

#51 Nzinga Harrison, MD: The ‘correct way’ to understand and support those suffering with substance use disorders

October 1st, 2021


As the daughter of a public school teacher/administrator and an electrical engineer, who was also the commander of the local Black Panther Party, …

#50 Sri Ganeshan, MD and physician scientist: Into the weeds on folate and mitochondrial metabolism with FRAT and MitoSwab testing

September 16th, 2021


Dr Sri Ganeshan, MD and physician scientist, dives into the weeds on folate and mitochondria

Please note, even though we discuss folate doses in …

REPOST: #5 Dr Stephen Bezruchka, MD, MPH: It's social & political factors that make populations healthy, not just healthcare!

September 1st, 2021


There's been so much upheaval in our social, political & physical world that it's timely to remember what determines our health, which is not …

REPOST: #4 Sufi Imam Jamal Rahman: How poetry & the Koran can heal our neurology

August 18th, 2021


It's the right time to repost this incredible episode in which the beauty of Islam is beamed through the words and spirit of Sufi Imam Jamal Rahman. It was one of our opening podcasts on January 2, 2020 and is in the …

#49 Manish Butte, MD PhD: All about immunology, especially T cells

August 5th, 2021


Dr Manish Butte, MD PhD, is a pediatrician & Division Chief of Immunology, Allergy & Rheumatology, and is also a surprisingly down-to-Earth …

#48 Dan Olesnicky, MD on Neuropathy and regenerative options for addressing peripheral nerve pain syndromes

July 7th, 2021


Neuropathy is dysfunction or damage (or both!) to the nerves and is a source for movement disorders as well as burning, tingling and numbness. It's a …

#47: Ilene Ruhoy, MD discusses the her work as the Medical Director of the new EDS Center at Mt Sinai in South Nassau, New York

June 23rd, 2021


Dr Ilene Ruhoy is the Medical Director of the new Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Center at Mt Sinai in South Nassau, New York. In this podcast, Dr Ruhoy shares the structure, goals and approach to EDS patient care. Dr Ruhoy …

#46 Sharad Kohli, MD: Healthcare work is political work

June 9th, 2021


Health is well beyond just a medical status and is inherently political. Dr Sharad Kohli, MD, has been working in primary care with underserved …

#45: Bela Chheda, MD on Lyme & Co-Infections Testing & Treatment

May 29th, 2021


Why are chronic, persistent infections like Lyme, Bartonella, Babesia and others like long-COVID and Epstein-Barr Virus so difficult to diagnose and …

#44: Nancy Nomellini: On Yoga. "When consciousness began, Yoga began"

May 12th, 2021


Nancy Nomellini is driving the development of the community-rooted Yoga center called Mother Yoga in Seattle, Washington. In this episode, she rips off the assumptions we have about Yoga as something that we go to or …

Coming Soon: Gays Making!

May 10th, 2021


Gays Making is the podcast that spotlights LGBTQIA creators, artists, musicians, actor, performers - any and all creatives. Join Grayson Hay as he has conversations with LGBTQIA creators about their art, their …

#43: Matia Jones, Medical and Ecological Anthropologist: health & illness across space & time

April 30th, 2021


Health and healing have history in time immemorial. We all do it- people, animals, plants, communities, and planet. In this episode, Matia Jones, …

#41 Richard Boles, MD: Genetics, especially underlying functional disease

March 17th, 2021


Put on your seatbelt because Dr Boles is taking you for a genetics ride you might need to listen to twice! We start at the beginning, talking about …

#40 Anne Maitland, MD: Mast cells, connective tissue & the nervous system

March 3rd, 2021


Why should we care about mast cells? Well, we can’t live without them! Mast cells, part of our innate immune system, are critical to our survival and …

Coming Soon: The Villainous Podcast!

February 24th, 2021


Podcast podcast in my hand, who is the most wicked in the land?

Coming March 15th: The Villainous Podcast, where we seek to find the most dastardly, despicable, and downright vile villain in the world of Disney. Join us …

#39 Arinola Dada, MD: Understanding Autoimmunity

February 17th, 2021


We are blessed in this episode with the brilliant and joyful rheumatologist, Dr Arinola Dada. Through her insightful metaphors, Dr. Dada explains the …

#38 Jodi Boone discusses the heart of Ayurvedic bodywork

February 3rd, 2021


Ayurveda teaches the practitioner to treat each patient they would their newborn baby, with the same care and attention to their every need. Jodi …

#37 Risa Suzuki: Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and you

January 20th, 2021


Risa Suzuki has been certified as a Building Biology Environmental Consultant from the US-based international Institute of Building Biology & …

#36 Anisha Durve: Titans of Medicine; Ayurveda & Chinese Medicine

January 6th, 2021


Anisha Durve, Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Ayurvedic Practitioner, holds a very unique perspective as an expert in the two most ancient health …

Season Two Out Now: Your Daily Cathartic Scream!

January 1st, 2021


A daily scream-along for the modern adult. Partyfish Media is back to remind you to let it all out.

Enjoy & scream along every day in your …

#35 Naomi Pascoe, RN: Health Coaching for Intentional Living

December 16th, 2020


Center for Healing Neurology is excited to announce our newest service– health coaching with Nurse Naomi Pascoe! In this episode, Naomi details the …

#34 Matthew Fogarty, MA, SEP, HMIP: Orientation & re-orientation (aka Rites of Passage) to nature & self to remedy anxiety and kindle lifelong growth

December 2nd, 2020


Another nature talk! This time, ecopsychology therapist, author and outdoor mentor, Matthew Fogarty, discusses orientation and re-orientation as …

#33 Jeannie Di Bon: Movement Therapist & hypermobility expert: awareness over mechanics for pain

November 18th, 2020


“Our connective tissue is everywhere so this collagen-based defect of hypermobility (sometimes diagnosed as Ehler Danlos Syndrome) can affect …

#32: Anthony Padula, MD: rheumatology is now the new immunology: consciousness in the networks for immunity, auto-inflammation, allergy & infection

October 28th, 2020


Rheumatology describes 'aches & pains' which really includes over 200 autoimmune (and auto-inflammation- what is this?! Listen in!) diseases and, …

#31 Kael Balizer: IN THIS MOMENT! Unbind the mind through the practice of EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique, aka ‘tapping’

October 22nd, 2020


Kael Balizer is an Ayurvedic consultant and educator as well as an astute observer of human nature. Her practice has taught her the power our mind …

#30 Suzanne Bartlett-Hackenmiller, MD, discusses the power of nature as medicine including the research, resources and activity focus to remind you to go outside for healing

September 30th, 2020


Dr Suzanne Bartlett-Hackenmiller, MD, started out as an OB/GYN but found she consistently wanted to ‘take it outside’- not common for a women’s health doctor doing pelvic exams. The outdoors continued to call to her as …

#29: Jeff Granville launches his mindfulness career in desperation as his 4-year-old son needs a lumbar puncture for cancer. Now he can help you.

September 23rd, 2020


Jeff Granville, Mindfulness Practitioner & father of 8 children, found himself at a crossroads when his youngest son's eyes were swollen shut, …

#28 Marty Ryan, LMP, discusses the anatomy, physiology and treatment of the gut from the perspective a 26-veteran of visceral manipulation (belly massage).

September 16th, 2020


Summary: Marty Ryan is a massage therapist that has specialized on the gut. In this episode, he shares insight from his two decades of listening to bellies with his hands. He lays out how gut organs, membranes, …

27 Aly Cohen, MD talks the MOST NEEDED information about being Non-Toxic: Living Clean in a Chemical World

September 11th, 2020


Dr Aly Cohen, MD’s, new book is out & you need it. She lets us in to her transition from triple-board certified internist, rheumatologist and …

#26 Kelly Casperson, Urology MD & sex education teacher has a message for you: You and Your Vulva are Not Broken!

September 9th, 2020


Research shows that same-sex sex has the highest rates of ‘orgasmic equality’ meaning that both partners are satisfied with their sexual experience. Heterosexual women have the documented lowest levels of satisfaction …

#25 Sarah Kruse: Ayurveda fundamentals: a fun & simple explanation of the 5000 year old original personalized genomic medical system

September 2nd, 2020


Ayurveda is the traditional medical system of India and sets out recommendations for health from preconception to the final breath, covering preventative wellness, the daily life and deep disease treatment (including …

#24 Keesha Ewers, ARNP, PhD: The Tantric Teaching of COVID: sex, connection & intimacy in a time of upheaval, fear & uncertainty

August 14th, 2020


About half-way through this podcast with the incredible Dr Keesha Ewers, Ayurvedic & Functional Medicine Nurse Practitioner with her PhD in …

#23: Dr Ilene Ruhoy, MD, PhD All about mitochondria; what they are, how they work, how we can test them & what can we do for them & why it all matters

August 7th, 2020


Mitochondria are the cellular organelles that make our energy and they play a HUGE role in our ability to sense accurate threat as well as heal! Dr …

#22 Carley Squires, ND: All about the regenerative medicine solutions for musculoskeletal joint pain: innovations to prevent and treat pain (acute, chronic & arthritis) and preserve function

July 29th, 2020


From Dr Carley Squires' early days as an athlete focused on keeping her own joints healthy, to the thousands of hours in training across the country …

#21: Dawn Ipsen, Pharmacist: the modern science of Compounding Pharmacies and how they can personalize your pharmaceutical medication for YOUl

July 18th, 2020


Are you familiar with compounding pharmacies? This is not cauldron and puppy dog tail work. Dawn Ipsen, Doctor of Pharmacy, and owner of Clark’s …

#20: Ryan Smith tells about the TruAge test which gives a biological age scoring based on the most comprehensive array of epigentic methylation markers available to date

July 8th, 2020


Aging is certainly the measure of our years but, aging is also a metabolic process that science has combed for secrets across millennia. Of course, …

19 Chef Arran Stark: Turning on to food & reimagining hospital food: 8+ years of local, organic, seasonal hospital food in Port Townsend, Washington

July 2nd, 2020


Chef Arran Stark, Director of Food Service at Jefferson Healthcare talks method cooking, local eating and recipes like quinoa-crusted ling cod and citrus slaw to eat in season, like how many ways kale can be used over a …

#18 Linda Bluestein, M.D.: Hypermobility, Ehler-Danlos Syndromes and chronic pain: classification, diagnosis, pain sensitization, and treatment options with a focus on uncommon pharmacy options

June 24th, 2020


Dr Linda Bluestein, is a board-certified anesthesiologist and integrative medicine physician with a focus on hypermobility, Ehler-Danlos Syndromes …

#16: Fleur Larsen: For White Women Working on Showing Up for Racial Equity- Understanding How We've Been Set Up and How to Make the Invisible Visible to Heal our Collective Neurology

June 8th, 2020


Originally recorded in the first week of March 2020, before the last two weeks of protest and before Coronvirus up-ended our social & economic lives, with an update recorded June 2nd, this podcast with …

In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

June 3rd, 2020


Instead of posting and promoting our regular episodes this week, Partyfish Media is pausing our shows and social media and standing in solidarity …

#15 David Feinberg, designer, engineer & CEO of Pure Juicer talks (juicy!) details about technology of juice, juicers, fruits, veggies and BEES!

May 28th, 2020


Hear our favorite engineer, David Feinberg, founder, creator & CEO of Pure Juicers, describe in all the juicy (ha!) details about how juicers work and why they are so good for health. Over 40 years of designing …

14 Stefan Weitz, co-founder of Jetson Health, discusses his personal experience of having MS & how attention to his GUT changed his life making him into the citizen scientist he is today.

May 15th, 2020


Stefan Weitz was initially trained as a physicist, ultimately spent nearly two decades at Microsoft and in the interim, 14 years ago, was diagnosed …

#13: Dr Daniel Krashin talks headache treatments with 'electroceuticals', pain, addiction and our mission in life.

May 3rd, 2020


Dr Daniel Krashin, MD, Psychiatrist, also board certified Pain, Addiction and Headache Medicine brings his extensive experience and uncanny ability to make science understandable and applicable to this widely ranging …

Dr Stephen Bezruchka, MD, MPH, discusses health from a deeply historical social and political lens during the Coronavirus pandemic to answer the question, ‘where do we go from here?’

April 19th, 2020


Dr Stephen Bezruchka, MD, MPH, is an emergency room doctor turned public health renegade who has devoted the last 25 years to seeing ‘the country as the patient’. Economic downturns in developed nations seem to prevent …

11: Matia Indigo Jones: Feeling anxious about Coronavirus? Strategies for anchoring the mind and body in the natural order, senses, gratitude, gardening & wildcrafting of spring weeds

March 19th, 2020


We are in desperate need for conversations about how to anchor and possibly reinvent our lives and identity towards something beyond our usual social networks as required by this quarantine and Coronavirus pandemic. …

#10: COVID-19: Current Understanding & Recommendations with Patient Advocate Janee Pennington-Watson & PHN Host Gillian Ehrlich, DNP, ARNP, IFMCP

March 19th, 2020


Patient advocate Janee Penington-Watson join Podcast for Healing Neurology host Gillian Ehrlich for this special podcast episode to share our current …

#9: Ryan Smith discusses Peptides, a whole new category of 'biosimilar' proteins addressing health for athletes to Alzheimer's.

March 1st, 2020


Ryan Smith co-founded Tailor Made Compounding Pharmacy with a passionate interest in offering peptide therapy, a category of biosimilar proteins with >100 FDA-approved products and 10,000+ products in development, …

#8: RN Jane Esselstyn illuminates the Plant-Based Whole Food Diet: Get it in your kitchen, on your fork & in your mouth!

February 15th, 2020


“It’s an odd panacea, this plant-based diet” which seems to reverse so many different chronic diseases like heart disease, auto-immune disease, common cancers and others, improve symptoms and really hone athletic …

#6 The Cell Danger Response: A Living Room Lecture from the Center for Healing Neurology

January 16th, 2020


The Cell Danger Response can also be titled as the Healing Cycle. From this class presented at the Center for Healing Neurology in December, 2019, …

#1 Ilene Ruhoy, MD, PhD: What is neurology & what's most important in caring for your nervous system (rhythm & food!)

January 2nd, 2020


Dr Ilene Ruhoy, MD, PhD, discusses neurology from all angles, including the conventional perspective (which is often right and enough!) of treating …

#2 Dr Gillian Ehrlich, DNP, ARNP: Primordial tools for healing: Nature, Connection, Ayurveda & Functional Medicine

January 2nd, 2020


Dr Gillian Ehrlich, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Family Nurse Practitioner certified in Functional Medicine & Ayurveda discusses her approach to patient care, and really her approach to life. We cover the roots of …

#3 Dr Keesha Ewers: What's in your head goes to your bed: forgiveness and the female libido

January 2nd, 2020


Keesha Ewers, ARNP, IFMCP, Ayurvedic practitioner with a PhD in Sexology, shares with us research, intense personal stories, and wise insights about …

Coming Soon: Podcast for Healing Neurology

December 19th, 2019


Hosted by board-certified neurologist Ilene Ruhoy, MD, PhD and Functional Medicine & Ayurveda certified family nurse practitioner Gillian …

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