Dr. Greg Lane, DACM chats with Dr. Stephen Cowan, MD about autism spectrum, alienation, and the environment in integrative medicine. Dr. Cowan completed his pediatric training at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in NY in 1987 and went on to complete a 2-year fellowship in Child Development at the Developmental Disabilities Center at Roosevelt Hospital, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is board-certified in Pediatrics, a long-standing fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics and serves on the AAP committee of Developmental Disabilities. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family/Community Medicine at NY Medical College and has lectured internationally on the holistic management of chronic problems in children. He is certified in Medical Acupuncture and is a member of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture.

Dr. Cowan is a long-time student of Chinese medicine, studying with Efrem Korngold OMD and Stephen Aung MD. He has been a member of the Autism Research Institute’s Defeat Autism Now organization. Dr. Cowan is a co-founder and advisory board member of the Holistic Pediatric Association, and serves on the advisory boards of the Integrative Healthcare Symposium, TCM World Foundation, Holistic Pediatric Alliance, and Epidemic Answers. He is co-founder and medical director of the non-profit organization Tournesol Kids, which empowers children through online education, workshops, and community outreach.

Welcome to the Pacific College of Health and Science podcast channel. Today’s podcast is part of a series called Private Practice Plus.

The purpose of this podcast is to provide acupuncturists, and other independent health care providers with ideas to expand their practices.

By expand, I mean both grow the number of patients or clients you see and also to expand the boundaries of your practice and your career.

To that end, to provide inspiration and ideas, I am inviting practitioners who have had both busy private practices and who’ve also created businesses, written books, teach, or created other additional income streams beyond private practice.

These projects can provide direct financial rewards, or help build your brand, your recognition as a healer and expert in your particular area of healthcare.

They can also bolster your enthusiasm for the field, the career you are in.

As you will see and hear, there are no shortages of opportunities for growth in the field of healthcare.

Your patients, your clients, your community and you will benefit from every effort you make to expand your career. I hope you enjoy the show.

Welcome to the Pacific College of Health and Science podcast channel. Today’s podcast is part of a series called Private Practice Plus.

The purpose of this podcast is to provide acupuncturists, and other independent health care providers with ideas to expand their practices.

By expand, I mean both grow the number of patients or clients you see and also to expand the boundaries of your practice and your career.

To that end, to provide inspiration and ideas, I am inviting practitioners who have had both busy private practices and who’ve also created businesses, written books, teach, or created other additional income streams beyond private practice.

These projects can provide direct financial rewards, or help build your brand, your recognition as a healer and expert in your particular area of healthcare.

They can also bolster your enthusiasm for the field, the career you are in.

As you will see and hear, there are no shortages of opportunities for growth in the field of healthcare.

Your patients, your clients, your community and you will benefit from every effort you make to expand your career. I hope you enjoy the show.

Welcome to the Pacific College of Health and Science podcast channel. Today’s podcast is part of a series called Private Practice Plus.

The purpose of this podcast is to provide acupuncturists, and other independent health care providers with ideas to expand their practices.

By expand, I mean both grow the number of patients or clients you see and also to expand the boundaries of your practice and your career.

To that end, to provide inspiration and ideas, I am inviting practitioners who have had both busy private practices and who’ve also created businesses, written books, teach, or created other additional income streams beyond private practice.

These projects can provide direct financial rewards, or help build your brand, your recognition as a healer and expert in your particular area of healthcare.

They can also bolster your enthusiasm for the field, the career you are in.

As you will see and hear, there are no shortages of opportunities for growth in the field of healthcare.

Your patients, your clients, your community and you will benefit from every effort you make to expand your career. I hope you enjoy the show.

Our special guest, Jack Miller, president of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, looks backward and forward at Chinese medicine in the United States. Jack speaks about the founding of Pacific College, Pacific Symposium, and the growth of acupuncture education. He also discusses the future of acupuncture and the new programs that have been developed at Pacific College to meet the medical and wellness needs of our culture. Finally, we get Jack's latest booklist on peak performance with tips on how students can maximize their learning potential. 

August 23, 2019

Biohacking | Amy Albright

Biohacking is a modern technological approach to the classical Chinese medical philosophy of nourishing life. Learn about Dr. Amy Albright's journeys in biohacking in this one-on-one interview with Dr. Greg Lane.

Dr. Amy Albright runs a successful coaching and advising practice filled with top-performing change makers and business leaders from all over the world.   She uses conventional and unconventional methods to strengthen her client’s emotional resilience, physical performance, and to powerfully foster their professional and personal development.  Dr. Amy works exclusively with leaders who have a genuine desire to evolve themselves and who are making a positive difference in the world.  

Dr. Amy’s first experiences of “biohacking” began 17 years ago, when she used rare equipment to induce altered states, thereby creating profound healing and insights for her patients.  Over the years she has utilized a wide variety of other “technology meets healing” methods and devices. She more recently worked full time as an executive for a company called Bulletproof, spearheading the creation of Bulletproof Labs (now called Upgrade Labs), a first-of-its-kind, $2M biohacking facility in Santa Monica, CA.   Dr. Amy lives at the crossroads of modern technology and ancient wisdom and creating a new paradigm for leadership and evolution.

In this exclusive interview, Jill Blakeway, author of Sex Again and co-author of Making Babies, speaks on her new book Energy Medicine with the president of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Jill elaborates on the power of energy medicine through correlative research from the Global Consciousness Project, created originally in the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab at Princeton University, and her own experience with energy medicine. Read more about Jill Blakeway at the Yinova Center's website.

In this episode, we tackle a range of peak performance topics that include Dustin's work with Bethany Hamilton, breath work and its relationship to the lymphatic system, and the hot topic in nutrition performance: ketones.

Owner of the Pain Free Kauai clinic in Lihue, Hawaii, Dustin Dillberg is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Pettibon Spinal Technologies, and Egoscue University, where he continues to teach. He has extensive experience working with many top professional athletes, speaking around the country on topics of nutrition and natural medicine, and has worked at Rady Children's Hospital and the Egoscue Clinic in San Diego. In 2007, Dustin returned to his hometown of Lihue on Kauai, bringing his knowledge and experience in Chinese medicinal herbs, nutrition, and postural therapy, and excited to offer the best in functional healthcare and sports medicine to his community. Pain Free Kauai specializes in natural healthcare solutions including stress-relieving acupuncture, the Egoscue Method of postural corrective exercise, deep tissue laser therapy, and lifestyle medicine.

 

Dr. Drew Pierson—Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, as well as a licensed and acupuncturist and neurotherapist—joins us today. In this episode we explore the ocean of the mind, what different waves represent and how they network to create neurological states. Dr. Pierson shares his knowledge on how we can attain peak performance through breathing, meditation, and biofeedback. He discusses the profound positive experiential change people go through utilizing neurofeedback and therapy in his work at 40 Years of Zen.

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