18 Burst results for "Dr Brandt"
"dr brandt" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Deficiency problems were just not efficient. We have excuses because of execution problems. We get to the place where one execute and for some reason we procrastinate. We have We have exclusive That persist because we have an education problem. We just don't know how to get through it. In the last and energy problem. Some of us lack the motivation. So what do we do that help us. Consistently and continuously A lemonade excuses. I would suggest first we must become big picture people. If you become a big picture person, you will see life from a vantage point where you don't just see the beginning. You don't just see the middle. But you see the end all at the same time, And in doing so, you find your motivation. Most of us suffer. From a lack of vision. What's your big picture person? You see how pausing how having an excuse how being a person of procrastination will hurt you in the future? The second thing Boundaries around our productivity, some things you can do some things you can't do because of eliminate the fact of your Playing progress divided so you have to be able to say I'm not doing it because I put a boundary around my productivity. Certainly you have to think positive. You just cannot get to a place where you procrastinate. And last month you have to bring your best performance. I believe that every one of us In the medical of baseball. We're at the plate. The only thing that's going to stop us. Is our pausing to swing the bed if you swing for the fences. At some point when you had bad you're going to hit a home run. I hope today you go out his grand plan by eliminating your excuses. I'm Dr Brandt. This is my moment. Wow. What a word! Ladies and gentlemen, you'll push through moment. Feels so good to make it this far. I didn't think I could take it so long that what days I wanted to quit that. Sure this's but I held on I have watched as so called friends on and locked away and it hurts so much I didn't have words to say. But even with my day turns to night and nothing, Lord, I thank you for thank you. For everything to read you a lot. It was. You can't be me. So you and I have watched you take my family from there. Tio on when times were rough God, I know you and thank you, Jesus. And the moments I found out I was reminded of your hell, though. And if an Emily to see me another.
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Baron of Botox
"I get goosebumps. Because he just wasn't himself at all. He just was very distant and so I knew something was wrong. I mean I knew he was in a bad way but I didn't know how bad it was of course until after Dr Jeremy Green Joint. Dr Brandt Dermatology Associates in two thousand eleven after graduating from Princeton where he played sprint football and then the University of Miami from which he graduated with both a medical degree and honours Dr Green was raised with a reverence for the local skin. Pioneer his mom was even a doctor patient. He was like the big show in town so everybody I grew up in Miami. Everybody knew about Dr Brandt. He had this kind of aura about him of. I don't even know how to describe it like cutting edge. Chic fancy whatever you WANNA say. Instead to be able to join us. Practice was massive honor. It was pretty cool though. He was thirty years younger than his boss. Dr Green says Dr Brent always treated him as a peer. It gave me all sorts of credibility. I didn't deserve because we'd walk around. And you know meetings with him and everywhere in the CEO's of companies and all these big people all the top dermatologists and people in aesthetics or kind of coming up to meet him and talk to them pay their respects chat and so he would introduce beat. Everyone is his partner from you know pretty much day one which was pretty amazing Interest speak style humble he was there was no paternal relationship. It was more like France. You know he treated us as equals which again speaks to this guy. Who's this giant field that you could be a new kid on the block and as long as you cared worked? Hard tried he he treated you like an equal which to me is really sort of not around The rest of our field so coming to work was hilarious. I mean he would always tease each other and joke around and Patients would say you're so lucky you talk to Brian. How how did you get this job and say oh Dr Greenies the babysitting me when I was a little boy? That's how I knew him. You know that was his sense of humor. You'd walk through the halls and you'd be like Dr Green. I'm thinking of doing both talks today nervous. I don't want to change the way I look but I think I wanna try it. Yeah so he'd laugh or he'd walk through the halls going public so butch today and he kind of found a little bit so our interplay was very joking very fun. You know borderline inappropriate. I don't know how would have gone over in this era of a lot more political correctness. Fast forward a decade but You know I don't even know if this is appropriate to say but he would always joke about you know how Monteverdi was. And how kind of not Macho. I wanted to which was funny. I mean pictures of me. Kind of fake kissing him under a mistletoe. You know we would always joke around like that. Dr Green sent me the pictures which were taken around Christmas in two thousand fourteen in them. Dr Brandt is wearing a gray button down shirt under a black fast with leather looking pants and high tops he is a sparkling white Santa Hat on his head. Dr Green who's a couple inches shorter than his five foot. Nine boss is sporting a white lab coat over a plaid shirt and grey jeans with a tiny top hat. Headband and a large sack of presence slung over one shoulder. They're standing in a treatment room under some shoddily drawn mistletoe with their arms around each other their lips puckered as if to kiss in the next picture. Dr Brandt is doubled over with laughter. He also sent me to other pictures. Both taken at the American Academy of Dermatology Convention in March Two Thousand Fifteen in the first Dr Green and his fellow Associate Julia. Kauffman flank distracted looking Dr Brandt. They're all wearing royal blue lanyard around their necks and standing in front of a giant. Welcome sign featuring two hands cradling globe Dr Green and Dr Kaufman are wearing sunglasses and smiling but Dr Brandt who is dressed conservatively in a white button. Down and a gray jacket is squinting into the sun. His mouth is pressed into a small close lipped. Smile his under eye area appears darkened. Almost Bruce in the final shot Dr. Brian is shown seated next Dr Green in a restaurant booth with a clean plate in front of him again. He seems taken aback by the presence of the camera. He's wearing a white button down under a black blazer and clutching reading glasses in one hand and his iphone in the other the screen which is illuminated lens in Erie up light to his face. I emailed Dr Green that the two sets of images seem to have wildly different energies. He wrote back. Didn't notice until you mentioned it striking difference three months apart..
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Baron of Botox
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"dr brandt" Discussed on The Baron of Botox
"I'm fading Wednesday. So here's what happened back. In two thousand six Ashley appeared on the cover of Marie-claire with the headline the truth about my body and then probably got her nose done. Marie-claire readers were pissed. The new editor in chief Joanna Coles who said she'd fielded a thousand letters on the topic addressed the matter in September. Two thousand six issue the magazine of what she called. Simpson's obvious Rhino Plastic. She wrote were dazed and confused and disappointed by her choice to I however was dazzled by the change in an email to a former boyfriend that is somehow still in my outbox. I wrote Apropos of literally. Nothing Ashley Simpson has the best nose job ever. I wasn't the only one who thought so. Our top story focuses on an entertainer. Who was never an ugly duckling but a little medical magic turn this songbird into a Beautiful Swan at number one on the best list is Ashley Simpson and her graceful new in the hallowed halls of the celebrity plastic surgery obsessed actually. Simpson's nose job remains the holy grail. It's the rare cosmetic intervention that somehow enhances all the stuff that just works about a face with a single tweak. She went from pretty to practically perfect. Is a fascinating thing looking? Okay or you look at the movie and in the end you have all these trends photography by Sean Stones. Make SEAN HAIR. Soon so producer. This is Dr Raj Canadia. The plastic surgeon who eventually got credit for reimagining. Ashley's knows a fact. He laments is quite rare. In the celebrity world. Those days it was mentioned all over the news media and viral show to speak. You may remember Dr Canadia from his many appearances on the series Dr Nine. Oh two one. Oh which ran on e. From two thousand four two thousand eight in one episode. He is shown seated at his oversized wooden desk chatting with Cindy Crawford about removing three potentially cancerous beauty marks. I love what I do have had models and really gorgeous people in my practiced and literally your jaw drops when they walk in. Because I do have a lot of malls and of course the one but that one wasn't a problem. Thank goodness My Mall I don't even think about it. Dr Kennedy is office is on the eighth floor of a nondescript building in Beverley hills that is spitting distance from both Rodeo drive and Lisa Vander Pumps Villa Blanca restaurant but unlike Dr Brandt clinical and Clean Space. Canova's as a green marble floor gold framed watercolours and vintage looking sofas covered in Sherbert colored fabrics. They're vintage Disney movie posters lining the hallway when I arrive as a woman almost comically wrapped in bandages making a beeline for the elevator. Dr Not his team has invited me to try a treatment at their med spa. I choose the red carpet. Laser facial mostly because it sounds like the least aggressive thing on the menu. It's a quick poor refining treatment. That even with a full face of numbing cream feels like a super mutant cat is aggressively licking my face. We then sit down and Dr Custodian's office the same one where Cindy Crawford joked about her famous beauty mark. Dr Kenosha is intense but in a warm and interested way his eyes are always darting around and taking in information. I brought with me a print out of questions onto which is scrawled some notes and as making small talk. I can tell he's furiously trying to figure out what I've written it. Never seen those buy duct Canadia. It noted say is so funny. Veep plastic surgeons put down on. The list are named never mentioned which is kind of strange in understand privacy apart from celebrities. They don't want to reveal but on the other hand is sort of a joke because they mentioned above the eyebrows and the makeup and them as you everything punt what surgeries. They've had injections at what I guess. That's how society is but once in a while gets revealed and with it does then has some benefits to her. Dr Doughty says that he Dr Brandt me back in two thousand five or two thousand six when he was doing Dr Nine. Oh Two one. Oh a well. Known publicist in New York. Thought the two four thinking doctors should meet Sadaqa. Nodia flew to Miami to shadow Dr Brandt and to learn from him. We went from boom to know. Let me promise is on. Do ten patients injections and stuff end of the day. We at dinner. He was extremely welcome and he kept telling me that on the first observer of that level is at We would talk to each other. Wii TEACHING THAT CLUMP TEACHING THEIR LIST. So Bu so became friends. It makes sense. Despite their different specialties. The to have a lot in common like Dr Brandt Doctor Can. Odia actively fights the natural forces of gravity and time and he's extremely competitive. When I mentioned that Dr Brandt was one of the first to experiment with putting Bo talks in the neck. He's quick to tell me that he's been doing it for twenty years. He's also a self-professed perfectionist. In fact Dr. Kenosha says he won't work on botched patients delight to fix problematic suffer. They rarely ever do that. Because I want good canvas are black canvas delwan canvas which has been really messed up and then despites my best effort festival I frustrate Could be perfection someone to take this messed up thing in to what I see and get their frustrate less up and like Dr Brandt. Dr Nodia thinks getting older is well the worst thing on earth. I know this because I asked him something. That has been bugging me throughout my reporting. Why do you want to be younger every day? Eventually you will get older and what's wrong about getting over. Getting older sucks is totally sucks. Because there's nothing good about getting. I'm getting the wisdom and the knowledge from age eleven but the youthful body and mind and soul is important to live in this world and enjoy to the fullest K. I WANNA be able to do only skiing. I WANNA be able to the weights. You should see the Donald Kadewe. Nobody can do that. I can challenge eighteen year old like a challenger super athletes and they cannot do two years ago. Couldn't do and now I can do. Twenty one of them across at the best form. He thank everyone who is at the top of their game in this industry feels the same way nonsuited snow now. Bush. The guys look like idiots. They don't do anything they look. Only fifty look like seventy. Dr Nodia tells me that he wanted to go to Miami to watch how Dr Brent operated and how injected even how he talked to his patients he says when he started out his practice was one hundred percent surgery. These days it's fifty percent noses. Fifty percent injectables and one in five patients comes in with a picture of celebrity. He says he wants had a seventy year old man. Bring him a picture of Ashley Simpson and ask. Can I look like this? Dr Canadia turned him down. Love doctors will say bring the pitcher. Would you WANNA look like and it's not possible whether you're in the face of Brian? Doctors bring me a picture of what kind of breast you want. Now you have to work with the enemy is if you want to keep it natural trying to do something very drastic Michael Jackson. I turned him down to three times. Yes you heard that right. Dr Kennedy says he turned down Michael Jackson on multiple occasions. You should know Omar Ellen buried in Ellen White's she cut him should doctor has to be very realistic. Like you can't take it two dollars painting from Kmart into immune to a two minute remember. It's not possible. Aside from being the guy for tasteful Rhino Plassey connote has joined the masses of celebrity doctors who share surgery videos and before and after pictures on instagram social media he says is no longer optional. Not even for the nose job King of Hollywood. Look I don't need it I'm busy. I was wrong. I was successful got specimen but I needed because what I was seeing. Is that a lot of young guys who are some Italian December. Not because with social me yet the prominence they getting than notoriety. They're getting because the constant posting. I'm losing out region I did it. People have asked me over the years to write a book because my life is like a Cinderella Story Alison believe in beauty and ultra believable bonus so wellness longevity health and beauty. I think they all go hand in hand and I'm a student of that. Both mentally and physically. I work seven days a week. Rubbish worked up. He's worked once a week twice a week. Three hour seventies show aging is an active process. You must act very actively to negate it. My goal does not want to stop the aging process. Only get younger. I want to get younger so every year every day every month and think about something. What can I do to help my game? That's how I live. Here's a question can an outfit Change Your Life? That's something my friend and Glamour. Magazines digital director Kerry Santon sets out to answer with her new podcast. What I wore when every Monday area since down with an influential woman to talk about what they were given a moment in their lives. It's not just about fashion. It's also about the seemingly small choices we make every day and how they affect us more than we realize. My favorite episodes include the politicians start Zoey Deutch Waxing poetic about what she wore to her apartments and insecure star. Amanda Seals on what she wore when she first went on. Stage is common. I may or may not make an appearance. Oh Oh and Perry even got nineties icon. Tiffany decent of nine. Oh to go into studio episodes of what I wore when are released weekly on. Mondays listened sprite and high heart radio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. As an exercise I've started to guess the ages of the people walking by me in New York City and it's really hard so I find myself not just looking at faces for clues. I look at posture and hands and clothes. And the way someone moves.
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Baron of Botox
"And then the party gets started but the crowd isn't exactly what she expected. I just remember a lot. women there with huge lips really plump cheeks. Beautiful blowouts but I think a little bit older than what I had expected did. And what I had controlled which it was just kind of an older crowd and there were details. People were wearing cool outfits but they just didn't have recognizable faces. I remember we were shooting a woman. She's man this black dresses. I watch a type with safety pins holding it all together and thrives like Oh shoot the back of her dress because that's beautiful so I think once we realize that maybe Madonna wasn't showing up. We tried to make the best out of it by shooting Are Beautiful details there. I remember a lot of women with dogs. Tiny dogs I think his publicity him really wanted this story to happen so I remember it really tried to make it work and I just think at the end I had heard also from members of the beauty team that this wasn't totally rare that they had been parties with Dr be wear. His clients would ignore him because they didn't want to be seen what the person who worked on their face or they didn't want to be photographed with the man who had had given them injections pumpers or whatever robby remembers waiting for the pictures to come in. She then received a call from brands team. He called me her Noida in Komi his policies call me. I think because we were waiting for the pictures because we wanted to get them in and he said nobody came. Nobody came to his party. And they also also the wood and they knew was going to be shooting and Blah Blah Blah and. He was heartbroken by that. The story about Dr Brandt Hosting Ashiq Art Party at his home never ran an l.. Julia says the team laid out the pictures and decided it just didn't make sense. The guests were older than expected. No one famous showed.
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Baron of Botox
"Back in August I went to meet with Dr Brands. Protege Dr Robert Analytic for the second time the doctor. Dr Analytic is much younger than Dr Brandt. He was the one who joked at the memorial. That Dr Brandt was sixty five year old with the thirty-seven-year-old body while he was a thirty seven year old with the body of a sixty five year old. The two were professionally inseparable. The last five years of Dr Brands Life our first visit was something of a get to know you. This second one was was a bit more experimental. I asked Dr Analytic if he'd be willing to recreate the experience of getting talks with Dr Brandt to emulate as best as he can the way his mentor would appraise patients face and casually jovially inject it with a cocktail of products intended to restore a face to what he called harmony Germany. The whole thing has a kind of you have to see it to believe it lower and since I can't really see it I imagine this is the next best thing I also really WANNA capture. Sure sound nearly. Anyone who has gotten botox is heard a lo- crunching noise as the liquid tries to find its way under the skin and onto the muscle. I've talks about five times in the past few years. I I got it in two thousand seventeen when I was thirty. Two after the birth of my first child to eliminate a horizontal line in my forehead that had been bugging me in pictures then. I just felt compelled to maintain it during my second. Pregnancy actually missed the limited range of motion in my forehead. kind of like the okay. I missed the feeling of SORE ABS or like having ABS. The crunching sound is one of those things. That's alarming. At first. And then somehow routine like the noxious smell of bleach. When you're getting your hair highlighted or the discomfort of having a blackhead removed during a facial? Much to my surprise Dr Analytic agreed to all of this your millennial only millennial donate undo consent form after hours and the space offices are empty. Save for me Dr Analytic Mellick and a sound guy named Ryan my producer. Jason found at the eleventh hour. The three of us are in the same treatment room. I've seen in so many videos of Dr Brandt. Ah demonstrating his abilities. While I'm filling out my paperwork I take the opportunity to needle DR A. That's what people call him. Doctor about the Oscar winner I saw hustling to her SUV. While I was downstairs waiting for Ryan to arrive is it possible that I saw a celebrity exiting. This building from a different location. Hires arriving here today. Sometimes people WANNA leave several weeks. They don't feel feel like they're being seen after answering a variety of very personal intake. Questions myself like whether I suffer from anxiety and whether it had more than four drinks in a single the past year we begin the treatment. Okay I just want to make sure we get the right here. The muscle bringing eyebrows together. Relax to oh more time Freddie's to say frown. Relax frown relax. Okay frown from a relaxed. There's a pinch their her. Did you hear it that right there sort of a squirt followed by a snap crackle pop. That's the botox going into my face. Dr Analytic repeats this injection which he administers quickly and in a down than up motion four more times between my eyebrows to combat eleven lines or or those vertical creases. That make you look tired and at this point I have a three year old and a six month old so yeah. I'm wicked tired. Then we do something wild wild. I had heard that. Dr Brandt was famous for injecting botox in an unexpected place. The tip of the nose. Turn down it's an aging sign there. These images of these old people with these enlarge. Turn down noses that they didn't have when they were in the twenties and thirties. There are ways to think about what's causing the problem and there are muscles at the base of the knows that where they flex they allow turned down at the tip of the nose and again both talks can relax a muscle. Suffer targeting that muscle the ability that muscles Affleck's and turn on the notice reduced. That's right I got a needle right in my big smile and relax. Okay we're GONNA check the knees the needle at the base of the nose to pinch breathe. Breathe breathe it. Turns out I had misunderstood. I understood the mechanics of this particular procedure. Wasn't that it's two seconds kind of right when we said the tip of the nose. I expected the tip of my nose. What's the problem? So that's what I misunderstood but I still got it. He didn't really hurt. Good all right then. Yeah I feel great that would restore face to harmony just five injections and then one we we do some more and I'm happy to do more. What else would you do planning more? Go just Hollywood okay so we would actually the crows feet. I went to the neck bands. Let's do it really. Let me get some more performers. While I'm waiting for Dr Analytic to return learn. I think about the significance of the room wherein make no mistake. It's look his purely medical sterile surfaces white cabinets safety trash cans for proper syringe disposal and striker brand medical furniture but it doubles is so much more than a treatment room. It's therapist's office. A members only club and not not unlike a place of worship a sacred space where rituals are observed and repeated in a sixty minutes Australia segment from two thousand nine title. Changing face. Dr Brandt is filmed in this very room with his good friend and personal shopper. susie Isaacs the video shows. Brandt nimbly injecting suzy's face while a technician nation holds what appears to be ice packs to redden areas despite the bizarre nature of the event. Brandt and suzy are at peace with one another. They're actually harmonizing monopolizing to Judy Garland's Easter parade as he works. Let's get the creams on the faith and your age we will race today. His patiently susie Isaacs on the Fifth Avenue the accuse she works in the fashion industry and fifty. Something is just a touch. All of the material bill himself. He's such d'you talented artists on plenty his hands. Whatever he wants to do? I trust him implicitly. Half a dozen more jabs and suzy has both hawks. Nick lift a doctor Bryant special to can you get rid of the Turkey again. Gobble Gobble a few bruises later. Suzy's Hannah face lift without without the stitches and post operative recovery. You're looking good tone of the. TV segment is cheeky at one. Point the interviewer actually challenges Dr Brandt to make the variety of facial expressions. He takes the ribbing in stride. You show me that again. I can't frown shabby you. You're trying to Diane. Can you look angry. Could have been surprised. I can with my personality Suzie. It's clear takes her friend and his expertise seriously at the end of her treatment. Brandt praises his work before issuing a command titan when he says this. Suzy jets or bottom teeth. Out to create an exaggerated under bite andbranch slips one more needle into her neck down than up. You're looking good mrs type. Only catchy is the ten thousand dollar treatment wiz off after about three months. But look at this. This is suzy you can see. What a change? She had a lot of that jolly nece Internet. Golan was irregular. This is how susie used to loop seven years ago. She started to get old now. She's young all that in twenty minutes and I'm ready to go back to work ten years later and I'm here in the same exact room where susie became young again. Doctor Returns with a bouquet of syringes changes and begins to decorate my jaw and neck and even that little no-man's-land between my eyes and ears with pinpricks and he does it all with this campy sense of humor. I can't tell whether that's because he's channeling. Dr Brandt or because he too finds humor in the absurdity of the situation yes here we go big smile. I have never had anything in the crow's feet before. Can you tell virgin engine Kreil from a Non Virgin Crow. Look like they've been around the block we just keep going to your lower lip analogous l. e. s. like you're making what expression he fat lip training and this little rippling there. Here's here's a pinch. That mentality muscle right in the John Travolta that one was the spiciest of them yet really more than us. That's that's interesting okay. Tiger neck again at which one. What are we going to know MHM relax? I'm going to be talking about you on page six makeover Brazil Pagan relax trump mourner for perfect and the entire takes only fifteen minutes. When we're done I offer to pay but Dr Analog waves me off off later I ask how much the treatment I received with typically cost a patient and he tells me somewhere between one thousand and two thousand dollars afterwards? We sit down in his office which actually used to be Dr Branch Office. There's a framed photo of the two of them on the bookshelf. And they like the last two people you would imagine posing.
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Baron of Botox
"I'm gene gottfried every June. I'm the director at Goop and I've been writing about and editing stories about beauty. I in Nagazine and now ah in the early ninety like Linda Wells gene. Gottfried Jin Remembers. The Stigma Botox had when Fred brant arrived on the New York City beauty. Seen it was something like a dark art or Voodoo hardly the kind of treatment of feel good or like Gwyneth paltrow's goop would be promoting alongside ethically sourced Kashmir and and nontoxic deodorants. Not that feel good reason. We're exactly the rage back. Then people were talking about both off in sort of recently come out as the thing and will always gonNA freeze your face and will you botulism and I remember I wrote about it my column I wrote about that experience. I think I grew up. I don't have to dig it out but I decided in the thing that you know that stuff is the most toxic substances on earth. People are crazy injecting it into themselves and then you know I see the result but I'm like wow it was the beginning of both vo talks. Also certainly my doctor brand Dr Brandt win over skeptics like gene with something other than science. His secret sauce she says was the way he connected with. His patients. Really good certainly in my industry really good hairdressers really good makeup artist really good dermatologists. I think they take a lot of whoever their client is sitting in front of them. Take a lot of that person. Energy like in not just on to Dr Graham similar sort of top haired violence or something like that where they're looking and taking in that person really fully to figure out what beautiful about them and very different from I think. Sort of leverage talents are like how can I pay. You know the thing thing I already know onto that person sort of make them look like a beautiful person. She tells me about this one time. She went to see Dr Brandt during a specially difficult period Korea in her own life his empathy during that appointment stuck with her. I remember when I got divorced. I came in and I knew I was getting divorced. He took a really long longtime to to say. You're going to be fine and this is going to be good. A dermatologist. Appointment is incredibly intimate. Thing you're right up in someone stays and energy and and you're talking about how you appear to the world and your insecurities and so yeah I do think that's why that memory stands out in my mind is because I know he did that with everyone wasn't just like going in and being like you need. You know those good he later was was like absorbing people's energy in a way that I think both beautiful and very giving but also would make life hard. I think from imperative entertainment. I'm Justin Harman. And this is the baron of Botox episode for Heart.
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Baron of Botox
"Wake of Dr Brant's death. Many of his friends and colleagues were contacted by the press for their thoughts on whether the parody might have contributed did his depression. His longtime publicist Jackie Trachtenberg. Who declined to participate in this podcast but still works with current Dr Brandt? Skincare CEO. Stefan Kalou did her best to keep the peace the day after his death she told The New York Post that Dr Brent had suffered from depression in a previous statement she had confirmed only that he had passed away and that he'd been suffering from what she called an illness. This time she addressed the series. She said the show definitely deeply. I heard him. He was being made fun of because of the way he looks but the show was not the reason for his depression and it was not the reason he would take his own life. Tina fey has never publicly addressed the issue and her team. I responded to my request for response with a short email that read. We're going to respectfully decline and I would hope that the podcast doesn't delve into that area. Given it was unfounded and caused a stir in gossip circles. That was unfounded. After I sent emails to Schmidt met co-creator Robert Kerouac and episode Co Writer. Jack Bird it I heard from. Tina's rep again. This time. She had a lot more to say she wrote. I'm also curious areas as a longtime beauty editor at beauty and fashion magazines. Yourself the perspective your taking in the podcast on products such as TV commercials print ads and editorial magazine. Agassi covers that sell beauty to consumers and how that affects their mental health and self perception slash body confidence But yeah back then people wanted a villain. They wanted someone to blame on April nine. Th Two thousand fifteen four days after Dr Brands Death New York magazine published an article article in which former W beauty director Dana would was quoted as saying Tina Fey has blood on her hands. Would who is often credited with coining brands nickname. The barren of Bo talks in the late nineties soon received emails. Criticizing the choice of words from Monday morning basically basically that. It all started to come out that he had killed him so and I was literally headed to Disneyworld with my husband and my daughter and I was just like it hit me like a sledgehammer Tamer. I was destroyed. I'm like crying in the car like a maniac here. We are like going to Disney world the happiest place on earth and I'm like a complete basket case after that piece came out some woman track down. She was like she was so like angry at me for saying that launched into this whole thing about like how close were are you with him. Did you even see him in the last six months like this whole thing is bishop but I felt vindicated later because other like the New York Times where people we're like. That's an unequivocal like parody of Fred. The guy's name was Dr Grant or something right and there had been other triggers other incidents that had caused the doctor distress in the year leading up to his death a star client had allegedly developed a knowledgeable in her face after brant injected her with a controversial filler. Something will get into in a later episode in a March two thousand fourteen profile in the New York Times called the man behind the face garnered over one hundred comments from readers confounded by brands appearance. Dr Brandt may be a nice man as some have mentioned in the comments wrote one one but his appearance is shocking. His neck betrays what he's trying to hide with all of his own surgeries and fillers. That he is an elderly gentleman offered another. This man scares the Dickens out of me. But as you move toward fifty and the cloak of invisibility starts to cover you. It's easy to succumb to the wiles of this man I and others die treve a reporter and critic for the Times and the author of the peace new. The profile held at center a fascinating contradiction. You you know it's not the pret- didn't know how far he had gone. He knew and I mean in terms of the interventions but became interesting to me. was that there was this junk between his very very evolved aesthetic sense in one way and what he was able to do for people professionally and how that kind of out of sync with what he saw in the mirror. He's not alone alone in that. By the way I mean I've known of other tolerance and medical people who use themselves skinny pigs. What do you think is the most interesting thing about the France story you know? I think what's the extent to which end limited is something that we don't know how to talk about. which is all this messed up stuff? We feel about ourselves. He made himself at him. I mean knowingly knowingly wittingly or not on April sixteenth nine days after Dr Death. His friend socialite film producer and former model Lisa Marie reffell Cohn who sit in extravagant and star studded memorial at Alice Tully Hall in. New York's prestigious Lincoln Center. The memorial began with Frank. Sinatra's will be together again and a super cut of brands many TV appearances. You can hear a clip of brant client joy behar's voice announcing on the view right. Now we're finding out the latest skin tightening tricks and slimming procedures without surgery from dermatologist. To the stars. Dr Frederick Brant and then Betty Davis delivering those memorable lines and all about Eve so many people know me I wish I did. I wish someone would tell me about me. And they do people tell each other about their friend. Dr And the man they knew. The ambiance is joyous and celebratory. Linda wells the founding editor in chief of allure four speaks I saw the the The audio quality is poor here because the person who recorded this tape knew she was witnessing something uniquely interesting misting but also did so on a device hidden in her purse. If you can't make it out wells' saying he took your face in his hands. He he saw all your insecurities in their raw unguarded state and he made the manageable fixable. Next up is Jackie Trachtenberg. Brands longtime publicist. She says he never drank but was the life of the party. He was innocent yet. Wise worldly and childlike he vibrated with energy but perpetually searched for inner peace. She tells a story about a time he attended. Yom Kippur Services is with her family. Wearing head to toe givenchy and the Audience Roars with appreciative. Laughter then comes brands colleague. Dr Jeronimus who says he met Fred in one thousand nine seventy eight. When he was completing Post Med school dermatological residency at the University of Miami? He says I remember him being very studious sitting at the side cubicle devouring whatever information he could lay his hands on here calls a time. Dr Brandt rolled into a bar. We're drawn a mess. Was Absent mindedly watching football game and asked a big smile on his face. Who's winning then day heartaches the stage when I got a little and he said the only the list goes on and on and his protege? Dr Analytic who went on to take over his office and much of his client list takes the stage and jokes that he and Fred were something of an odd couple. All he was a sixty five year old with thirty seven year old body. I'm thirty seven year. Old With the body of a sixty five year old then comes Garin a one name only hairstylist. Who famously unfettered Farah Fawcett and gave model carly close her signature? Bob Next stop is Stefan. hairstylist Kyle white brands personal art dealer. Paul Frank McCabe or Pinky and his friend and colleague Dr Jolie Holy Kaufman. The last person to take the stage is likely the most famous face in the crowd. Kelly Ripa Ripa goes on to tell the story of the first first time she let Dr Brent injector. He spun into the room she starts. He had on bondage trousers and a latex jacket no one from his family family or from the early part of his life spoke at least not at this memorial at a smaller service held four days prior at the Temple Israel Synagogue in Miami France older brother. Paul who had travelled from Connecticut took to the Bima to say a few words. Paul has never spoken publicly about his famous brother and has not responded into several requests to participate in the series. No one at either service mentioned Kimmy Schmidt back in July. I traveled to Miami to meet with Stefan Kalou Stefan who is French is the current. CEO of the Dr Brandt Skincare Company. Where according to his linked in page he has worked since is two thousand three? It's too bad that this is an audio only program because Stefan is astoundingly. Good looking think Pierce Brosnan and MRS doubtfire. The at forty three he has chiseled high cheekbones. Floppy Brown hair a charming gap in his teeth and Tan. Everything I know this. Because he posed shirtless pictures of himself on Instagram and they are bananas. I show up early at the Coral Gables. Sound studio where we're scheduled to meet meet. Just in time to see Stefan slip his Matt Silver Model S Tesla into a parking space right out front wearing expertly tailored suit jacket over a crisp white button. Down and pants with a tab waste that somehow turn into joggers at the bottom on his feet are custom. STAND SMITH SNEAKERS THAT SAY DR B with a heart. I'm nervous not only because I'm about to be in crazy. Close quarters with a gorgeous stranger. Let me tell you podcast studios are intimate and so freakishly quiet. But also because I had been told in no uncertain terms that Stefan had a hold over Dr Brandt that something I'm thinking was up with their relationship in September. Two Thousand Fifteen Memoriam in Vanity Fair writer lily analytic the wife of brands colleague. Robert touched on the fierce speculation surrounding brant's death. She wrote that popular theories as to why. Fred was depressed in the first place included. Getting older and unrequited love. One source is quoted. As saying at his sixtieth birthday party he was basically catatonic another says. He was in love of with bleep. Who supposedly straight? But she doesn't name names but I will full stop. Many people think Dr Dr Brandt was in love with Stefan that would perhaps explain why in his last will and Testament Dr Brandt designates Stefan along with his personal assistant Maggie to be the executor of his estate. Stefan is one of only six people who received cash payouts and to give you a better sense of Dr After branch net worth when his art collection which included pieces from contemporary artists like Damien Hirst Christopher Wool Marilyn Minter were sold at auction in two two thousand fifteen eighteen pieces in a collection of over two hundred sold for nearly twenty million dollars.
Clear Skin Secrets With Dr. Pimple Popper
"Of you know Dr Pimple Popper from her her youtube channel like you mentioned Carleen got over five million subscribers on there and her instagram has three point five million followers like yeah. I think we should watch video right now Joel. Can you do it. It's okay is the task okay. I've loaded the page for her Youtube Channel. I've sorted the videos by most popular popular still images. I just shock okay so forty. Six million views is this most popular video. It's called dilated pore of winer. The top three are this big dilated pore of winer and so I looked up with that means in dilated pore winer winer is essentially a large solitary open commodore slash blackhead dead skin cells get trapped and help widen the poor and it plugs up the opening putting the expression of this plug squeezes out the mass rated white care and cells from the deeper portion of the poor so these look like pencil eraser size black heads yeah yeah. It looks like there's a spider. Living in there are no joke okay so it's a giant blackhead extracted an eighty five year old accompanied by daughter okay. I've I've clicked on it. I don't know if I can watch us. I don't know if I can watch this. I don't know if I can watch this okay. Oh my God air comes the needle own painful God mcchord. What's okay what what was. What part are needle going into it when eight sweater over the water? It's saving me this. Oh my God there's this this is just the Nina whatever it is just saline local anesthetic. This is one poor honestly feel sick day. Oh you really want to keep going. I've got the sweater over my eyes so I'm just listening watching watching it through the Kashmir. Oh she's about to pop. I can't at one thirty my God. She tried to loosen it up. What is this now to the tool. Is it like Tom Caesar's. I had to look away. You guys all night yet. It's breaking off in pieces of God but it's like dry. Hey it's not bloody visit dirt in God. I just saw came out holy off Hannah. There's the planet okay it's out. It's out winter skin me Carleen. Do you know what one poor God can. Warm came out of there. I'm Oh my God. Did she get along so Dr. Sandra lease rise to fame was really kind of accidental. Yeah she was just posting these kind of random videos on youtube extracting black heads extracting whitehead's Whitehead's and to very little fanfare and we can get the exact media outlet from her bed. I know it went for she went from like five thousand subscribers on Youtube to like eighty thousand subscribers on youtube within one week and then just like the floodgates opened with media requests. That's how TLC found her to get our show Joe. I don't think she had any intention of ever going on television. She's very serious dermatologists. Her father was a terminal yeah. She's got like insane surgical skill skill. She has her own line of skin care which makes all kinds of sense. It's called S. L. MD skin-care by Sandra Lee and the one thing that's really unique about her offering offering is that unlike Dr Dennis Gross Dr Murad Dr Brandt these lines that are at Sephora frankly quite an investment. Her Line is direct to consumer since since twenty seventeen but most recently at target these acne products range in price from twenty five to fifty US dollars so that's quite accessible so in today's as episode you're GonNa find out what really works to get rid of adult hormonal acne the do's and don'ts of extracting milia suspicious elements every single thing. I'm having to do with acne. We are going to do our best to get to in today's episode and I know that you've suffered from acne or soften. The past bombed when you realized realized you couldn't be entirely says so sad very very upset but you and I worked together on these questions and so I yeah like I'm getting all of my questions answered right girl yeah so let's get into it here. She is Dr Pimple Popper right here on breaking beauty podcast so your youtube channel has over a billion views is the rebe three and a half billion views. That's unbelievable crazy. Did you ever imagine action as a dermatologist that this could happen. No I mean if you were told me. The started about almost is five years ago. If you had told me that I would be known as Dr Pimple Popper and that I would have a show and have this reach. That's international cherish. What is what social media makes it I would have said you were insane. I mean that that sounds ridiculous. It's from pimple. Papa Man is what makes it ultimately. Lee Ridiculous you know and a lot of people do struggle with with acne and especially I think at a young age it it's hormonal and all that and have you paid attention. I mean you're more of a scientist for sure. But have you noticed this acne. Positively that's in the air and I pay attention to social media would you. What's your take on that. I think it's wonderful I mean I think that that's part of to what my television show and what I try to do. In My my social media I mean I just just just like last week. I had a big hit on my forehead. It's still still while there's one new one coming apple my gosh. I've been wearing a lot of make us a couple of days. I think that's part of it but but you know I show that I myself as a dermatologist. Get sets and I think that's important to see because you know again. There's a pushback here because we're going to this end of everything being filtered and everybody looking showing their most amazing south and we are all we all do it some extent it starts to weigh on a lot of us in this people who take it very seriously you know they they take it very heavily so it's really nice to bring that back and say you know hey and that's the show does to you know people have these huge. You know one of the things I hear. People say more than anything else how why do these people why why this person wait so long. How could they have walked around with this or or we see people with really pretty common. Skin conditions like psoriasis that takes over your whole body you know or really bad acne so you shouldn't judge by the armor or that you are the skin that you were. I suppose yeah and it's important to show that because in makes us all at least hopefully it helps people feel better about themselves yeah now there is just an absolute slew of products at their for Acne from my own experience. I'm I'm beyond this now but when I was a teenager are the type of acne that I had was right on my chin mainly and sometimes in the crevices of my nose and it just get these giant. Whitehead's like one in her two of them and you know I definitely struggled with that and I found it was embarrassing and I tried to cover them up. They're just worse and for me. I I found that no matter what products I used the only thing that made it go away eventually was when I went on the birth control pill and when I grew out of it in my my hormones changed in your opinion. Are there things you can really do to get rid of acne when it's hormones well. Acne is pretty much. All all the main reason that exists is because of hormones I would say that it's two-part hormones and genetics genetics tied into hormones because he knows the type of skin that you're born with a type of skin that you've been passed down to you so genetics is more if you have really oily complexion if your parents have been more prone to acne. You're more likely going to to be have have acnes well. Hormones has everything to do with acne and that is why we get it primarily while we're teenagers because that's when the hormones are raging the most but also why women tend to get it more so than men throughout their life and it tends to be on a monthly cycle basis because because it's a change in our hormones and that's why medicines that adjust our hormones can help with acne. That's why sometimes people get pregnant pregnant. Their acne clears up more when you are on both birth control or also. There's another product called Al Dactyl or spiritual lockdown which is an aunt has an anti androgen affect. It's a pill that you can take to that also helps to sort of because all of us have testosterone on us is even females and so allow higher level that can certainly cause a more of a breakout actually especially in the Chin area and you're like the mandible distribution so that's why why we have medicines that actually specifically target and they do work well. We're I mean obviously there's so many medications out there and
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Beauty Closet
"That. Is you know twenty years ago. You basically had very few people bold enough to think about using botox for the skin people who we've known in a door we can even say dr brandt. I'm an incredible person and such a genius and it's such an incredible scientist scientists who we lost him four years ago <hes> sadly but he was such a brilliant guy and he said wow you can use this medication to improve cosmetic appearance because just before the molecule that is both talks was used for spasms of the muscles or muscle problems the body and muscular dystrophy to relax muscles for more medical issue. Not the markets were much more recent after all this which is amazing so any case. I'm getting sidetracked doctor. We were talking about whether there's whether there's ever u._c._l._a. When there's going to be there were not needed. My my point was what i was trying to get at. Is that twenty years ago. You could reach for a facelift and improve your cosmetic appearance but today if you're an optimize your cosmetic appearance and look natural. You have really four broad approaches. You have plastic surgery when it's needed you have both talks or it's category you have <hes> fillers and its whole broad category and then you have lasers or what we call energy based technologies because not everything is leisure anymore so if you use those four categories optimally when needed you can look absolutely your best and look completely natural and that's including plastic surgery or absolutely because there are when i walk into a room and i see someone's neck is on their knees. It is time for surgery. I cannot vote talks in that neck band off label us the next skin. I can't use all therapy and get that you know millimeter diffused lift and make it look better. They need to go get surgery. If they wanna make it look better. Of course some people don't want and that's fine but it's a balance of all these things twenty years ago. People might say okay when i'm fifty sixty and seventy. I'm going to get a facelift but by the time they get their second. You're starting to look polled. Let's just lifted it back and that's it but you need filler to give that natural concert that fat pad that we should have which creates you know more of a rejuvenator face and again like i said if it's not chipmunk or yeah knocking walking out a full crease between your nose and you're let they need or making your lips massive. You're gonna look beautiful and no facelift is going to get rid of the wrinkles increases between your brow and your crow's-feet because because you're blinking and moving and expressing yourself and you should maintain those natural expressions but you need both tax to address those creatures that are a problem and no face. Let's going to get rid of the sunspot or a blood vessel or or the collagen weakening. You need to use these technologies to stimulate and enhance and rejuvenate the skin sets. It's a combination absolutely combination and it is true. I think people get fewer face faceless. You don't need that. You're only goto tense. It is but when it's done well.
"dr brandt" Discussed on KSRO
"All right, Dr Bob Martin back with you. You wanna stick around because later on we're gonna talk about why thousands of people are hospitalized by pizza. Pizza. Yeah. Hot gooey, delicious and dangerous. The US consumer Product Safety Commission is reminding Americans about that we eat listen to this. We eat approximately a hundred one hundred acres of pizza each day or three hundred and fifty slices per second. And yet twenty three hundred people had to go to the emergency room for pizza related injuries. You're gonna learn all about it. Coming up later out of the show. I think you're gonna find this to be fascinating. We'll get back to our special guest neurosurgeon. Dr Brandt Faircloth is with us talking about how we can overcome and manage from a conservative vantage point neurological problems, a whole host of them variety of them from the top of your head to the bottom of your feet that people suffer with if they would only know that there are viable safe and effective science based evidence based treatments out there. They would be happy. And that's exactly why we invited him on the show to talk about. And we'll get back to his comments in just a moment. But let me give a shout out to man. Who may be listening to this show right now or ladies out there if you have a man in your life who suffering from a prostate related disorder. Let them know that it's unnecessary to keep uttering. The five dangerous words, maybe it will go away, especially if they're getting up more than once a night to urinate. That's not natural. It's not normal. And it shouldn't happen. It disturbed sleep. And increases weight gain. Because you just you basically interrupt your human growth hormone coming out of your deep. Remm sleep. Not to mention your your dog tired the next day and have to rely upon caffeine to get you up and going and not only that having a prostate problem disrupts your intimacy in the workshop, vis-a-vis the bedroom. Why go there and not only that you're the last person to leave the little boys room because you're sitting there straining sweating bullets trying to get it all out, and you can't your last your first in last out. Don't be one of those men solve the prostate problem with a nutritional supplement call nine. It has nine different ingredients in it. There are a lot of supplements out there one or two ingredients in it. This one covers the gamut. It has everything you need to have a healthy prostate not only to prevent prostate problems which most men are going to suffer from if they live long enough. But those men who are already in the throes of it with. Frequency of urination not being able to fully empty their bladder..
"dr brandt" Discussed on KTOK
"Or a blood tube. If you like, and you can find out how I stack up. What is my best diet? What is my best exercise? This is a game changer was nurse practitioner. Linda Lee who introduced me to this concept. Many of you remember me talking about it a couple of years ago. I finally connected with the company that I I asked them may I promote this to clinics across the state. They said, yes. And so I have been promising you that I will tell you what clinics you can go to to get this. So I want to introduce you to the first one this is Dr Brandt Koenig. This dude is the real deal. He's a chiropractor up in Edmond. He is physical medicine of Oklahoma. He's right across the street from Dave Mason's place, innovative pharmacy. So if you've been there, it's just right across the street, physical medicine of Oklahoma on south Kelly. I am so happy to introduce you to Dr Brandt. Konate big dog. How you doing brother doing great? And it's good to hear your voice. We you. And I met in January. It's sorted by accident. And we just connected, and you immediately understood the whole genetic testing thing, but I want to start by talking about physical medicine of Oklahoma. So you're a chiropractor, but you've got like a chiropractic side, and you've got a medicine side because you have a medical doctor there as well along with other clinicians. Tell us a little bit about what goes on at physical medicine of Oklahoma. Absolutely. You know years of being a first my background's exercise physiology. I did that for ten eleven years before I decided to become a chiropractor. So a treating patients as a chiropractor. You know, I did a lot of rehab. We've got a lot of things like that. We did as well. But I had to keep sending patients out for different services because they needed more than what we can provide. And it was hard patient pedagogy to three different places. So what we did is we went and had the mastermind go ahead and put everything under one roof. I bet one stop shop. But you know, it's kind of what it is. We have MD's PA nurse practitioners Cairo's, PT were belief system. Here is if it's a physical problem, you need a physical solution and not mascot would have medication and just treat symptoms, but to correct the cause, and that's what we do. Physical medicine wise. We don't do much medication at all. We basically do rehab. We do a lot of regenerative medicine in other words, PRP's stem, cell, growth factors. We do a lot of knees. We do a lot of joints. We have a lot of physical therapy. We're basically here to bring people back to an optimal level get rid of their pain. Get there. Function back to ninety one hundred percent of their capacity and Mata's our main goal. That's Dr Brent Koenig. He's up at physical medicine vocal Homa up on south Kelly and Edmond, and one of the things I like, Dr Koenig about your place is I'm you see my face in and out of there. All the time. A lot of times your your wife is there she works there. A lot of times I'm talking to her about some different things. And so we kind of just waved to each other in the hallway you, and I do, but I have spent time in your waiting room, and I do this with about thirty or forty clinics every single week. Okay. There's something special going on at physical medicine of Oklahoma. Dr Koenig, I know that you see it yourself. But I wanna say it as an outsider, I sit in your your waiting room and the way the staff interacts with your patients the way the patients come in. And they feel kinda like family the way that you walk up to him. And you know, you're giving him a hug, and you're giving him a big smile, and you're giving them hope and you're putting in their minds. Listen, we're gonna get you better. It's gonna take maybe this this and this, but by golly, we are gonna drag you across the finish line. If we have to and your patients from my perspective, and I've been around hundreds of docs, hundreds of clinics your patients love you. And that is rare. There are some people that they're like, yeah. My doctors. Nice. And and he gave me a nice prescription your doctors. I mean, your patients love you Dr Cohn. I'm just telling you, I know, you know, this. But I want my listeners to know that this pretty special what you've got going on at physical medicine. I've told your wife this. But I'm, you know, I'm in there for a reason. And she might think that I'm just saying it to be nice to try to, you know, get business or something. I mean, the I mean this the real, by the way, you're not paying for this segment. You're not paying for this advertisement. So this is all free. And I'm telling you, you are doing something special there. What's the relationship like that? You have with your patients. It's it's clearly unusual know, and that's it. And when I talk to patients, and I talked to patience. I tell them listen if I take care the first thing, I'm gonna do is you're going to be treated like family. I'm gonna make decisions for you. That your family member? So that that's one of the biggest things, and I appreciate all those things you say, and I do think our patients love us. But we actually had a new patient coming one time. And they were like once you guys come here because you welcome so watch and I had a patient. No. I think they come here because we love them so much so. Which makes it really a big deal. And the things we tied it when I have staff when I hire staff the first thing, I always ask him. I tell them listen. I can't ask you to love my patients or our patients as much as I do. But I can ask you to try, and I think that comes across every day with what we do. And how we treat people matter. Whether it's a problem that we're trying to solve for them or just their healthcare or whatever else it may be. And that's the thing is to the clinic is that you kind of touched on what I always talk to patients about if they need to have options when they come in here. And sometimes we have to drag them across the line. But a lot of people kind of understand, and they're really starting to learn to take responsibility for the health of zinc by tell them is want one three things. I want them to get information understand that they have options in have some hope because so many people we see come in here. But try five six twelve different things that haven't worked for them. So they're kinda given up. But the thing is that they have to realize is that most. Of the things they've tried aren't truly made to fix their problem. It's made Damascus here. We're here to fix you. Physical problems need a physical solution. Ooh. Let me tell you something. This is what I'm talking about it, physical medicine of Oklahoma. I'm not kidding. You guys. I when I bring clinicians on it. There's a special thing that's going on there. You guys who've listened this show longtime. I've had nurse practitioner. Linda Lee, I currently have Dr Brian Frank. I want to introduce you to Dr Brandt Koenig, there's something special going on. I you you know, me. I don't have a new practitioner on every we in seventeen years, Dr Koenig, you should know this. You're the second chiropractor. I've ever had on. And I love chiropractic care. My wife is a fan. I'm a fan. I have been helped immensely by chiropractic. And so I am a chiropractic advocate, but I'm not an advocate for every single solitary chiropractor that I've ever come across the same way. I am with doctors say Miami nutritionist same way with supplement companies same way, I am with electrocutions. I mean that you know, that's just the way it is the thing about my audience is they kinda really trust that I'm gonna give them trustworthy advice in. So this is trustworthy advice. Physical medicine of Oklahoma. You need chiropractic care. Here's the phone number seven two six two seven two seven seven two six two seven two seven when we come back. I wanna talk about former exercise physiologist Brandt Koenig. Now, Dr Brandt Koenig, I wanna talk with him about the idea of individualizing your therapy. And then.
"dr brandt" Discussed on KTOK
"Or a blood tube if you like and. You can find out how I stack up what is my. Best diet what is my best. Exercise this is a game changer it was nurse, practitioner Linda Lee who introduced me. To this concept many of you remember me talking about. It a couple of years ago I finally connected with the, company that I I asked. Them may I promote this to clinics. Across the state they said, yes and so I have, been promising you that I will tell you what clinics, you can, go to to get this so I want to introduce you to the first one. This is Dr Brandt Koenig, this dude is, the real deal he's a chiropractor up in Edmond he is. Physical medicine of Oklahoma he's, right, across the street from Dave Mason's place innovative pharmacy so if you've been there it's just right across the street physical. Medicine of Oklahoma on south Kelly I am so happy. To introduce you to Dr. Brandt Koenig big dog how you. Doing brother doing great and it's. Good to hear your voice We you and I met in January. It's sort of by, accident and we just connected and you immediately understood the whole genetic testing thing. But. I want, to start by talking about, physical medicine of Oklahoma so. You're a chiropractor but you've got like a chiropractic side and you've got a medicine. Psych because you have a medical, doctor there, as well along with other clinicians. Tell us a little bit about what goes. On at physical medicine, of Oklahoma absolutely you know years of being the first my background is exercise physiology I did that for ten. To eleven years before I decided to become a chiropractor. So treating patients of the chiropractor you know, I did a lot of rehab we've got a, lot of. Things like that we did, as well but I had to, keep sending patients out for different services. Because they needed more than what we can provide and it was hard patient pedagogy to three different places, so what we did is we went Had the pro mind to go ahead and put everything under one roof ain't that one stop shop. You know it's kind of what it. Is we have MDC a nurse practitioners Cairo's PT we're belief system here is if it's a physical. Problem you need a physical solution and not mascot would a medication. To treat symptoms but, to correct the cause and that's what we do physical medicine wise we don't do much medication at all we basically do. Rehab we do a. Lot of regenerative medicine in other words PRP's stem cell growth factors we do. A. Lot of, knees we do a lot, of joints we have a. Lot of physical therapy we're basically here to bring people back to an optimal level. Get rid of their pain get, their function, back to ninety one hundred percent. Of their capacity and that is our main. Goal that's Dr Brandt, Koenig he's up at physical medicine of Oklahoma up on south Kelly and Edmond and one of the things I. Like Dr Koenig about your place is I'm you see. My face in and out of there All the time a, lot of times your your, your wife is there she works, there a lot of times I'm. Talking to her about some different. Things and so we. Kind of just waved each other in the hallway you and I do, but I have spent time in your waiting room and I do this with about thirty or forty clinics every single week okay There's something special going on at physical medicine of Oklahoma Dr Koenig, I know that you see it yourself but I want to. Say, it as an outsider I sit. In your your, waiting room and the way. The staff interacts, with your patients the way the patients come in and they feel kinda like family the way that you, walk up to him and you know, you're giving him, a hug and you're, giving him a big. Smile and you're giving them hope, and, you're putting. In. Their minds listen we're going to get you, better it's. Gonna take, maybe this, this and this. But by golly we. Are gonna drag you across the, finish line if we. Have to and. Your patients from my perspective and I've been around hundreds of docs, hundreds of clinics your patients love you and that is rare there's, some people that they're, like yeah my doctors nice and and he gave me a nice prescription your doctors I mean your patients love you Dr. Cohn I'm just, telling you I know you know this but I, want my listeners to know that this pretty special what you've got going on at physical, medicine I've told your wife this but I'm you know I'm in there for a reason and she might think that I'm just, saying it to be nice to try to you know get business, or something I mean this, is the real by the way. You're, not paying for this segment you're. Not paying for, this advertisement so this is. All free and, I'm telling you you are doing something special there what's the relationship like that you have with your patients, it's it's clearly unusual and that's it, and when I, talk to patients and, I talked to patience. I tell them listen if I, take, care the. First. Thing I'm gonna do is you're going to, be treated. Like family, I'm gonna make decisions for. You That you're a family member so that that's one of the biggest things and I appreciate. All the things you say and and I, do think our patients love us but we actually had a new patient coming one time and they were like once you guys come here. Because you love him so much and I had explained, to be patient no I think they come here because we love them so much so waste greet which makes it. Really a big deal, and and the things we, tied it when I have staff when I hire staff the, first thing I always ask him I tell. Them listen I can't ask, you to, love my, patients or patients as much as I do but I can ask you to try and I think that comes across, every day, with what we do. In how, we treat people matter whether it is the problem that we're trying to. Solve for them or just their. Healthcare or whatever else it may be and that's, the thing is to the clinic. Is that you kind of touched on what I was? Talking to patients about if they need. To have options when they come in here and sometimes we, have to drag, them, across the line but. A lot of people kind of understand and they're really starting to learn to. Take responsibility for the health of Things I tell, them, I want one three things I want them to get information. Understand that they, have options in the house of hope because so many people we see come in here but try five six twelve different, things that haven't worked for them so, they're kinda given, up, but the thing is that they have to realize is that most of the things, they've tried aren't truly made to fix. Their problem it's made Damascus yeah here we're here to fix you physical problems need a physical solution ooh let me tell you something this is what I'm talking about it physical medicine of Oklahoma I'm kidding you guys I. When I bring clinicians on it there's a, special thing that's going on there you guys who've listened to show a longtime I've had nurse practitioner Linda Lee I currently have Dr Brian. Frank I want to introduce you to Dr Brandt Koenig, there's something special going on I you know me I don't have a new practitioner on every we in seventeen years Dr Koenig you should, know this you're, the, second chiropractor I've ever had on and I. Love chiropractic care my wife. Is a fan I'm a fan I have been helped immensely by chiropractic and so I am a chiropractic advocate but I'm not an. Advocate for every. Single. Solitary chiropractor that I've ever come. Across the same way I am. With, doctors say Miami nutritionist same. Way and with supplement company same way I am with electricians. I mean that you. Know that's just the way it is, the thing about my audience is they kinda. Really trust that I'm going to give them. Trustworthy advice and so, this is. Trustworthy advice physical medicine of, Oklahoma. You need chiropractic care here's the phone number seven. Two six two seven two. Seven, seven two six two seven two seven when we come back I wanna talk about Former exercise physiologist Brandt Koenig now. Dr Brandt Koenig I wanna talk, with him about the. Idea of individualizing your. Therapy and then the.
"dr brandt" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"There goes my broken. Is there anything agile in there? Okay. Now it's my phone. We're not in a hurry baby. We got twenty minutes left. Okay. We are doing good. Okay. So hula Henriksen. That's what I just learned is Shula I say, oh, like a damn bump kind. That's what I thought I said oday. Yeah. Yes, the ULA and extent also, cruelty free as this is the new cold plunge, poor mass. And I brought this when I went to Vancouver, I did a double mask with this and just to get all that deep detox Miskin or whatever. And then I use glow recipes new watermelon sheet mask did that over and, oh, my skin was so soft after was I just, I'm too cheap, glorious who? So this Wednesday cheap. No, I don't know how much that one is with the low recipe. Well, that's a sheet so that's like that's like a buck to get it because they're, they're stuff smells like straight of jolly ranchers, watermelon wrench. It's good. I think we only have three things for north three things. Now they came out with it was just that water mass, and then they came out with something else very cleanser. I use that in the shower and then the sheet mass. Yes, yeah. Okay. Wow. Double masking against strong over here. I mean, when I'm good sometimes you know she can be lazy, but hey, that's the game is strong. Okay to two masks tasha is another one of my top snakeskin that hold on. Do we skin me? Yes, yes. I bought that once again. Not cheap. No, no, no. The idea of. Yes. Yeah. I think most of this yacht claimer three, that's your job. Did you like that silk canvas? Everybody was using the self canvas primer. Yeah, but I don't use primers all the time. So sometimes they use it. And right now I've been using cab on dis primer. And then before that I was using Dr Brandt partner pours no more Mary longtime, but I also use tasha the water cream gel moisturizer. That's like my fav-. How's your skin is earlier dries dry. Okay. I thought I was normal, but then I was like, you know, when you look in the mirror after putting makeup on and it's just like really cracking in there, like it's like putting pain on like a real drywall would like a lot of little creases in the wall. And then I was like, wait, maybe I am dry dry baby. Okay. The gel moisturizers are really good for oil lease skinny, right? If they do have another one, I haven't tried yet because it's for drivers getting, but you know, do Charlotte Tilbury at all. Have you tried her? I haven't, but only because I'm cheap. She is expensive dollars only so good. You dry mask? Yeah. Hell's up with that. Oh, I know yet. I know that when I'm really intrigued sheet mask doesn't have any like wet essence. It's just like paper, but apparently it's fantastic and it's like forty bucks, love it. Yeah, get them get that PR. I might have one around you gotta use it, but I feel like magic. You would be that would be really good for you. The Chevrolet Tobin yeah, the moisturizer look into it next time. I see you all day. You. Honey's who's tired of being a lump may on his sitting on that couch saying, I need to move this body if only there was an easier way there certainly is..
"dr brandt" Discussed on Science... sort of
"A couple of things like decent people get to down in the math. Quantitative, right, right. Like what about how I feel about the? Yeah, it's all very obvious stuff that like if you say yes to all these things near you. Yeah. And that's one of the reasons I think kids get into it because you can go out and split rocks, confined, something amazing like it seems like once a month or so, I see it news report of kid, fines mastered onto his backyard kit on the Devon coast fines. Dinosaurs all the book. Dr. Grant lights, kids, the book, even though we haven't talked that dresser park in couple of minutes. It's the only book it's the. Yeah. The only book. But in dress important, Dr grant likes kids from the start. There's no, there's I like knowing medico view. I think the arc that doctor goes through the movie of the authentic, and I don't have a problem with it from a character perspective for traded always give because kids like I like this one and the thing through giving a lot of talks that adults as questions as you wanna know, sometimes questions reading questions that I have new theory about the source, and it's mine, and I want you to accept that verified and gets tricky, but kids in general, though adults will ask questions the curious, the one. Now we're kids. They're already experts when they want to tell you all the things that they do now about dinosaurs wanted to all the dinosaurs that they know that they wanted to say, like, did you go? If they ask question it's like, did you hear about the new thing that the styrofoam because they are, you know that and, and that's awesome way. Did this. That's part of the power of dinosaurs. I mean, that's one of the questions I, I guess I get asked quite often, why do we still love him? Why do we knew wire dinosaurs such a major cultural thing? And I don't know if anyone has ever successfully into this question myself and I'm just gonna fumbling at this, but I think part of it at least you know, fraction of it is that when you're a kid, it gives you this. It makes you a scientist on us. The tower is that you know these examples, you know the periods of stay me know the relationships to China. It's always Dr Brandt set of the because they've got these really long complicated names. If you master comes a kid, you suddenly got this power. There's this word that you know, complicated words, racket sorts your one at if you can say that little dull can't and maybe you're somehow. That's one of the things that as that Jurassic world's that little scene in which Claire is saying to Claire, Claire is the that's memorable. The character played by Bryce Dell's Howard. She's the the lead. Essentially, whether she's a geneticist or the Gal. gal. Guess, operations managers, geographies, shift leader, I guess how they kind of sold with an MBA who's running a theme park does a bunch of science to of unclear, like what you send any case. She say the party wine of in the past ten years. We've done more to. I know actually offended by that. So when she's walking the circes against going to the dominance addict and just talking to Owen crisp, Pratt's character saying, it's like, well, you, you try and listen to a kid, saying, sign on the mind is a more complicated name is something micro archaeopteryx or something like that. Kids can set that say, micro becky's the problem. It's usually the adults stumbled on that. It's almost like earning is almost like being by, like you're going to Greek and Latin and other route derived names as a kid pick that up instead out almost immediately as passed like the twelve year old threshold to become different. It's it's, it does give you the split kind of power to seem like it's super Nisha and that there's no applicable to it. But once you know, packing simple Sorus and then you learn the term pachyderm. Suddenly you've got an insight of like, oh, wait, hang on a second Paki Paki. Like I know packing several sources too hard headed dinosaur, maybe packaged error. What is it? You learn the names and the roots start to learn what they what they mean, put it together and start. That's why that makes him. That makes you seem brilliant. When you come across a new word, the one that's always gotten me and to this day I did it skeptical about..
"dr brandt" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"In the box comes i couldn't wait to open it i knew it was coming my wife got home and she had to run back out in the box came at that second and she was like do not open this box and collect at home i'm like come on know 'cause she knows and i've told you guys i love all these products love beautiful soaps and an old kind of girly just beautiful stuff for your skin i'm really into that stuff and she knows i woulda hijacked half of it but it's a fantastic value because many of the products that they that they have the box their individual value is more than the entire box itself which that blew my mind but here's what comes in the summer editors box not under box of the same but basically you get in every box you get a yumi kim train case it's either in periwinkle or navy wife says i can't have that out of want that it's too feminine can't take it to the gym that's fine everything else i want a have mineral handcream sponge l papaya yuzu box flower body washed infused buffer come on i feel clean just saying that and you get one each of the following a four year luna fo fo you know what that is go google fauria luna fo fo or trina turk turkish towel the formula foale lysol saw this thing i almost dove on it it's a little mc mechanized wash pad that you wash your face with it's got very tiny bristles that are very their rubber in a soft and you put soap on that and you rub your face with your pores it's amazing the wife doesn't use it i washed it in cleaning and put it back in the box everything else there she can have but i'll be using cora shower gel japanese rose reviving pads ish lip statement palate or dr brandt pours no more aluminum our primer an understated leather and free people starry eyed travel i math that i love to us on the plane i'll be flying in july a probably swipe that as well this other things in there that i'm going to get my hands on per lease blue lotus balancing moisturizer beautiful wish rice milk and rose cream cleanser or up drop in winter glitz or nash i sports trigger point ball in mesh bag in sky blue that's all the members there's so much stuff in there on i'm saying products you may have heard of when you see them you're gonna wanna use them my crazy so look sign up.
"dr brandt" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"You they they wanna know what's up with michael jordan's really you know how he comes off on the show and to know mentor and has a good heart get hunted guy and i think he does a lot of things in one and he's he's very passionate about his crew passionate about modeling at any point that they can go told him show me this book and you're going to do it he really loves bottling and you know and and that's the thing you know how i feel about how about oklahoma somewhere someone with questions about football the talk to and that's your bodily passionate about it he loved it and i think he comes off as an interesting character i love the kid i'm sure he's in a nursing gary's like like him or not i'm sure he's an interesting character anybody that can give you a look in seconds based on what you've asked is an interesting hey yeah we're happy that you'll love him you sounds like you love everybody clear just a big lovable human being plays in football your total package we hope best for you we hope that love is out there and it's close to you and we also we're going to be huge fans from the podcast rooting you on this next season nfl will find out where you're at big fans ma'am awesome thank then i really appreciate it and then hey no problem with the homeless viz podcast everybody was clay from this season the bachelorette clay we'll talk to you by plays a lovable guy you can hear it is voice demand might play football but i've never even watching this show i've never came across somebody and talking to on the podcast hear his voice is just sounds so sweet just a sweet voice just sounds like a guy full of just a bill teddy bear that just pounds people on sundays for a living but what hi ron ick but you know what i bet klay really enjoys treating the people in his life well one way he can do that is by investing a little bit of money a little bit of time in purchasing are fat bit bun box everybody who else has tried fep it fun you don't really know about it it's the seasonal box with fullsize beauty fitness and lifestyle products this summer box is epic it has products like skincare from case reveal dr brandt and juice beauty bash from rachel palley michael stars turk in millie beauty products from.
"dr brandt" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Didn't understand app but i was in so much pain when i was in here but you know of god god bless you and the next thing i know he had won them numb and sticks in me and i couldn't talk anymore and yet a lightsaber stuck in your mouth he took the lightsaber and drilled my tooth and nail yeah he used a little little jet identified powers armenian night yeah but you know what i didn't hurt i i tell you what since he did the the first part of that reconnect i i it a couple of days later i've been fillon way better so boy i tell you i wouldn't that was worse than my shoulder surgery because it was my very back to and that nerve goes all the way up through your ear and everything well yeah close to what slip your brain well i don't have a brain but it's not new armed his tanya that was miserable but i i owed all the scott obiwankenobi agued advance fellow bjorn obiwankenobi man may the philosophy with you that's what they'll tell you if you go to advance family dentistry there so and you go there you like you i a my various we people are the yes i uh dr greg go if my guy dr brandt yep yep dr brent dr studio b one two agee yeah good people over the after i got i got ta do uh see what kinda nickname we come up for him oh it's dr brent you can have a nickname for them and he's a seat because he's class y you know that man dead on oil that true that mansiz class yeah i mean psst obiwankenobi scott class but he's ease morbid at i class oh okay no due to your brush cavity you warmer tara of.