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"dr snyder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We talked with Dr Snyder every Monday during the regular season and we say Good morning, Doc, give us Give us something positive. I know you are a big bronco span. You watch the game, dig deep into the medical bag and give us something positive You witnessed. Oh, um, It's time to get a rally caps on, isn't it? Tom And I like the super spreader of positivity. Yes. Um, you know, I think it's the fact that we got this youthful team. We've got this young group of guys and what it takes, and we've all been there in the locker rooms and clubhouses. It takes a couple of the best and brightest young stars to just say, I don't want to ever feel this pain again. And we're gonna rally from this point on and that I think that's what every Broncos fan needs to. And aware that we're gonna rally. Would you have a couple young stars? You know, in this jury duty kind of guys in that room that say, I hate this feeling. I've been a winner before. I want to be a winner again. Hey, I like that. I like that. Yeah, we'll go with that. Yeah, There's definitely some exciting young talent. On the team still trying to figure it out. Lot of growing pains. And I'm not sure if fans have the The appetite. Or growing pains and being patient and It's been four years now where this team started three and six. Four years in a row. That's not up to the Denver Broncos standard. No, it is not. No, it is not. You just hope that a couple of those young guys Kind of rally special people from winning program and you're used to winning and you want the national championships. They just say we're gonna rededicate ourselves and we'll find out who those guys are. Or if we have those guys that we're gonna find that out, Are we? Absolutely We talked to you a couple of weeks ago about some of the injuries course age a boy. Dislocated his shoulder in the opener. He's he's been back, but the one thing about the NFL that fans I mean, some fans realize this, but maybe some. Don't they see guys out there in helmets and pads and they think, Okay, they're 100% rarely with anybody. Is that the case and certainly if you dislocate your shoulder and then come back in that season and try to play It's still was gonna hamper him. Correct? Absolutely. And you? You watching AJ, and he's wearing that special harness that we see so often. Now every NFL team every D one team as a small handful of guys who wearing that that harness champ used to where it goes around your biceps, and they're depending on the brand and what you're using what the position is. They're than connecting straps to the actual shoulder pads itself and, in a sense, the shoulder pads. Provide this anchoring point that actually consist able eyes your shoulder Now it does it at the cost of range of motion. You get shoulders stability because it's hampering how much you can move, which, of course, is not great from a performance standpoint, particularly wide receiver or cornerback or complemented quarterback. But it it really does kind of help. Try and get you to the end of the season. You can have surgery now in ages case. You know what you would see, The thing is weird about the shoulder, of course, is that has such tremendous range of motion. It's a ball and socket joint like your hip is, but there's so much is almost double the range of motion in the shoulder compared to the hip. The thing that keeps it stable. You've got this little golf ball on a golf tee kind of relationship where the ball of the humerus is round and it's sitting in that very, very shallow, very small shoulder socket. The thing that makes your shoulder stable is the capsule that holds it in place. And then the labor, um, the labor of the grisly material that serves us kind of a bummer. Keep the human head right in place. And you tear that labor more You stretch. The capsule like AJ is done. Now you're gonna have an unstable shoulder that can come out of joint. So he's trying to play trying to be on the field. And Dave, you mentioned that on the radio broadcast, you could almost tell when he was About to make a tackle that you don't really want to get your arm out away from your body. Because man, that's when it could just look it again. I want you dislocated your shoulder. You never want to go there again, for sure, And that that was a play where it was, either Booker. I think it was Booker. Later late in the game. Booker came with a full head of steam and it's like I mean, you have to. You're obligated to throw your body and they're trying to get him on the ground. But I mean, even healthy when your corners at their size they're tackling £230 backs. It's never really a good thing. Yeah, You've got this £2030 mismatch and the guys bring in the low and especially a guy like Booker, who was for obvious reasons motivated. Boy did the right thing. You know, trying wrap him up and maybe you're gonna get trucked a few yards. What? You got him on the ground, But you just trying to protect you See the players now offensive lineman. Interior linemen get different kinds of label entries. They get it in the back of their shoulder typically get it when they were engaged when their got their arms extended, And if someone bull rushing them, their arm goes out the back. It's a completely different kind of presentation. As you know, compared to what the typical cornerback, wide receiver linebacker guests. So which way when we remember the play when a J was injured, and he went went prone on the ground with both arms extended, which way with that sub Lex with that sort of move? Mostly still likely was and here but also in fear, because when he was, I think was a boundary kind of play was that it was and you, Superman. Then then, when your arms extended like that, Yes, it's still tears out the front, but it's inferiors. Well, so in the bottom or kind of in the in your armpit. Which is why not normally when guys do that, and he was like that. When Agent did it, You kind of rolled over and there's this moment of like my out. Even if you've never been out before. You just feel like that's not really good at all. And of course, the thing is even more concerning about that. That's where the big artery and the nerves are It feed the entire, you know, downstream the whole rest of your arm so often, and there's this lightning bolt almost can feel like a stinger burner. Your alarm just doesn't it kills Give me very, very painful and then kind of comes back into place. Hey, Doc Schneider is something strange happened in the game to one of the Raiders players. I think it was Mullen Tray Von Bohlen. Hey, got he took a hit to the head. He stood up..
"dr snyder" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Is highly unlikely The United States will get a vaccine for covert 19 before the end of the year, say experts at UPMC radios. Jody's Dio has the story. UPMC is Dr Gramm. Snyder says the vaccine won't end the pandemic, and Dr David Nay says the vaccine is unlikely to work as well with the people who need it the most the elderly and frail at a news briefing to update preparations for covert and the flu, doctor, Nay said the best vaccine right now is wearing a face mask. Anyone who says that masking does not make a difference. Is dead wrong. Dr. Snyder says Facemasks may contribute to it being a mild flu season, which he says happened in South America. Jody's Dio NewsRadio, 10 20 Katy K. In nine months, the worldwide death toll from the Corona virus has eclipsed one million the milestone recorded by Johns Hopkins University. The toll is believed to be a vast undercount because of inadequate or inconsistent testing and reporting. Construction of the Shell petrochemical plant in Beaver County is now 70% complete show, Vice President Hillary Mercer told the Shale inside conference today. No date has been set for when the massive facility will come online. Mercer says the Falcon pipeline, which will bring gas product to the plant is nearing completion and as we speak today, the last piece of pipe was installed for the Falcon pipeline on September the 10th word about 95% complete on the entire project. Mercer says nearly 6000 construction workers are back at the plant. Construction was Not this past spring due to covert 19 President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden face off in their first presidential debate tonight in Cleveland. Greg Saber reports Cleveland police have all hands on deck for debate. Security military vehicles surround the area around the Samson Pavilion where tonight's presidential debate will be held here in Cleveland. Business owners have boarded up their buildings along Euclid Avenue in anticipation of possible trouble. Cleveland police FBI The secret service and protest groups. All part of the debate scene here. Great saber for CBS News, Cleveland, Biden and his wife, Jill Biden released their 2019 tax returns today, showing taxable income of close to $945,000. The couple paid almost 300,000 in federal taxes, including almost 288,000 in personal income tax. A huge round of layoffs has been announced by the Walt Disney Company. The Walt Disney Company will lay off 28,000 workers at its theme parks in California and Florida because of limited attendance during the Koven 19 pandemic. Most of the planned layoffs involved part time employees, but they will include salaried workers and nonunion hourly workers. Disney has re opened all of it's parts except Disneyland in California. Jim Krystle is CBS knows on Wall Street today have for until it's in, says the Dow closed down 131 points at 4 27,050 to the NASDAQ Down 32, the S and P Down 16 Points in sports. NFL says the Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings are suspending in person activities after the Titans had three players and five other personnel test positive for the Corona virus..
"dr snyder" Discussed on Moving2Live
"We've published on this a little bit. This idea that. All back, pain patients can fit into one bucket is a gross oversimplification and I think what we've learned over the years. Now, when is a chiropractic school back? Pain was well, the bones out of place you put back in place, take the pressure off the nerve you're gonNa be fine is really mechanical simplistic model as you start going through the years you start realizing that. X Ray Marai images don't correlate with back pain which is kind of weird right? You think boy that's a really bad herniated discussing the. Marai. Only find out to patients like, yeah you know it's not really that bad. Other people have small distributions and they have terrible pain. So we're thinking. While was sad about this years go by understanding a lot about the psychology of back pain right that some people are kind of STOIC and they can put up with the pain now the people are. I've heard the term. Fragile East does. Which is interesting term some people just more sensitive to pain. So the psychology the imaging, and then we start realizing social factors kind of work that you have the nutrition that you have and it starts getting really really interesting genetics were starting to find out now unfortunately has to do with some kinds of back pain. So I'm very excited. We're we actually University of Pittsburgh. Just received a huge grant twenty, five, million dollar grant from H. The biggest I've been involved with and I am evolved this study and it's to pheno type chronic back pain. So, this is going to be. Probably going throughout we have a five year grant. I've a feeling. It's going to be twenty year study, and in this study we're going to take. A thousand patients in Pittsburgh of chronic back pain. Get blood samples on them to look for inflammatory biomarkers. We're GONNA, do sly swabs and do genetic testing looking for genetic polymorphisms. We're going to be doing a series of physical exam procedures to see what movements and physical movement characteristics related different types of back pain amateur do a whole bunch of psychological social questionnaires in looking at all those aspects. So it's a huge undertaking and. This is where I think the future back pain is it's a multidimensional problem that requires a lot of different inputs from different healthcare professionals. So this idea that silos needs to be worried about what they're doing. I don't think they need to be. We've been talking with Dr Mike. Schneider think he's given an interesting background about how he got where he is today were overlooking the river. So He's obviously done well with an office with windows but more importantly I think he really. Exemplifies what we want to have for moving to is just people who are doing things just a little bit differently Dr Snyder. Thanks for taking time to talk to fit lab pge and moving to live about your career path and about your research in the area of back pain and back problems you certainly welcome. Thank you. Thanks for listening to the latest episode of moving to live make sure you check out the show.
"dr snyder" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To raise prices yeah you know what you raised prices but you know everybody usually does not work standards a mass testing site has now been set up at a stadium here in Salisbury so that workers at this plant and another up the road can get tested this weekend Nora Dr Snyder told us today that about fifty percent of the patients he sees with corona virus many days recently our poultry workers hi Nancy thank you we are learning tonight that former vice president Joe Biden is expected to address an accusation of sexual assault against him as he appears on cable news tomorrow the presumptive democratic presidential nominee has faced mounting pressure to directly respond to a claim made by a former Senate staffer the alleged incident dates back more than two decades here CBS's at o'keefe nice president Joe Biden appeared from his Delaware home today for a virtual town hall with U. S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe he did not address the allegations by a former Senate staffer some Democrats have said she should be her she has the right to make her claims his accuser Tara Reid works providing for nine months ending in nineteen ninety three last year she was among several women who recounted what they considered to be uncomfortable or inappropriate touching bye bye in March she began detailing more serious allegations for the first time remember his hands underneath my bus and into my skirt and is fingers penetrating me as he was just trying to kiss me and I was pulling away go back and he said one man I heard.
"dr snyder" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Yeah you know what you raised prices but you know everybody usually does not work a mass testing site has now been set up at a stadium here in Salisbury so that workers at this plant and another up the road can get tested this weekend Nora Dr Snyder told us today that about fifty percent of the patients he sees with corona virus many days recently our poultry workers hi Nancy thank you we are learning tonight that former vice president Joe Biden is expected to address an accusation of sexual assault against him as he appears on cable news tomorrow the presumptive democratic presidential nominee has faced mounting pressure to directly respond to a claim made by a former Senate staffer the alleged incident dates back more than two decades here's CBS's at o'keefe nice president Joe Biden appeared from his Delaware home today for a virtual town hall with U. S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe he did not address the allegations by a former Senate staffer some Democrats have said she should be her she has the right to make her claims his accuser Tara Reid works for biting for nine months ending in nineteen ninety three last year she was among several women who recounted what they considered to be uncomfortable or inappropriate touching bye bye in March she began detailing more serious allegations for the first time remember his hands underneath my bus and underneath my skirt and is fingers penetrating me as he was just trying to kiss me and I was pulling away go back and he said one man I heard you liked me CBS news has spoken multiple times with read since she first made the accusations in March on Wednesday we requested an on camera interview she is the only individual who has come forward to accuse him of sexual assault this week a former neighbor told CBS news he remembers me telling her around nineteen ninety five to nineteen ninety six about an assault bye bye and reed's brother said he remembers her saying that bite and put his hand under her clothes but reads brothers account of the allegations have evolved in recent interviews with several news outlets the binding campaign said in a statement that he firmly believes that women have a right to be heard and heard respectfully such claims should also be diligently reviewed by an independent press what is clear about this claim it is untrue this absolutely did not happen in Biden's absence other high profile Democrats have been left to answer for the allegations including house speaker Nancy Pelosi today nobody ever came forward or nobody and came forward to say something about it apart from the principle involved I know Joe Biden and I think that he's telling the truth several former bite in Senate.
"dr snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And to submit it to us online. This is NPR news. For decades. The US government had evidence that coal miners were being exposed to toxic dust. Strahl style. Every one of his eighty crepe her day that the government did not act to stop. It was all young men. Just kids and investigation into what's behind an epidemic of black lung disease and Appalachia this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. The program begins this afternoon at four thirty here on K Q E D public radio more on that story to next hour on morning edition right here. Coming up in the next segment of morning edition in just a few minutes. From now, the CBS board of directors has fired former CEO less move vests for 'cause meaning he's not going to get his severance. More on history is just ahead. Also protesters in Budapest erupted against a new labor law. Critics call the quote unquote sleeve law now NPR news on public radio at four thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn is being sentenced today for lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia's US ambassador NPR's. Dr Snyder says Flynn is expected to avoid prison time because of his cooperation with special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen camp. Pain special counsel, Robert Muller as recommended no prison time for plan because of his military service and his cooperation and Flint's lawyers are asking for probation. But in court filings last week, they also suggested he deserves leniency because he was not warned that lying to FBI agents is a crime, and they suggested the FBI discouraged him from having an attorney present prosecutors countered saying Amanda plans background should not have to be told that lying to the FBI is a crime, and they filed notes from plans FBI interview, Monday evening. Vice president Pence is one of those who will be getting a close up view of today's SpaceX rocket launch. And Florida Brendan Byrne with member station W M F E says it'll be carrying an air force GPS satellite. A falcon nine rocket will launch the GPS three satellite. The first of the next generation upgrade to the nation's global positioning system. It's space access first national security mission valued at about eighty two million dollars. This is NPR news from Washington. The Federal Reserve begins its latest policy meeting today. The fed is expected to announce another hike in short-term interest rates when it wraps up tomorrow. President Trump went on social media this morning, repeating his call for the fed to leave rates alone. Wall Street has seen some sharp declines in recent weeks yesterday, the Dow the s&p five hundred and the NASDAQ each lost more than two percent. The fed has raised rates three times this year, the for profit college chained education corporation of America, officially goes out of business today, the Alabama based company is closing at seventy campuses nationwide. Megan Pauley with member station W C V says nineteen campuses are in Virginia cosmetology student. Carson keilor's says she was all set to graduate from Virginia colleges Richmond campus in March. We were doing a lot of.
"dr snyder" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Welcome back to coast to coast AM. I'm Lisa gar. And my guest is Dr Mark Golson. No, Mark has a podcast that just launched today. Which is very exciting. It's called the wakeup calls. All right, Mark. My wakeup call. My wakeup call. And your first guest was Larry King. I forgot to revisit that conversation with you. Well, I wanna bring Larry King and Sammy and everything together because what happened is. Here's something from listeners to keep in mind when you can get people to talk about an incident. So clearly that you can see it to your is. They we live it. And when they relive it that can change them. So one of the things Larry is Shuping curious all your life. And you said you liked to make people laugh what does it go back to? And he said, well, I guess it. Maybe went back to the fact that you know, when I was nine my father died kinda subtly and we could've gone on. But instead I said take me back to the moment when you discovered he was dead. And change the conversation. And he said, you know, when my mother was screaming and those two cops and one of them was crying and the other cop took me to a movie, but it changed the conversation because he was re experiencing something that's why I was trying to get Sammy is that sometimes you need to be able to to tell an experience something that happened. So clearly that you we experience it something that I shared with Larry. And this is how I think how insight can be transformational. I said is it possible that the reason you've been curious? I said, do you think you were a little more curious after he died than before he died, and he should possibly. I should maybe what happened is with your dad gone. You didn't have someone to explain to you about the world. So you have to go out and find out on your own and be curious, and he said. Jeez. I never thought of that. So I don't know that helps, but but this is how I think transformational things can happen when you get people to. Event. So clearly, you can see it. They we feel it. And at that moment, they have the chance to spontaneously transform. So not to re-experience in a negative way. But to re experience it in present time, so that in the reason at different is see a lot of times when people have a lot of those experiences. That's my when you have someone there suicidal pick one what you'd say is tell me about a time when it's at its worst. So when someone telling you about a time when it's out it's worst, say alone. When they talk about that. Usually when it's at their worst. They're feeling it alone. But when they start to share it with you, and we could hear Sammy's voice a little bit. You know, he's getting a little bit emotional. And again, it's not making them cry. It's letting them gripe, but in inside the conversation, which we're not shutting him down. But we just not set up on the radio show to be able to do that. But this is this is how you can sort of help heal people because a lot of times what people want to do is. And this is my one of my books says PTSD for dummies post traumatic stress. I was gonna say are we capable of doing this without being trained professionals. I believe so I think I think there's a process that you can that you can fall. I think that there are steps. And you know, that's part of what I'm promoting out into the world. You know, how to talk to your how do you talk to your depressed or anxious child? So so for instance, if you have a child that you worried about or suppose such worried about one of the things one of the things you can say is what happened. What did you feel a think when it happened? What did it make you wanna do? Right. When it happened. What did you do? What would be a better thing to do if it happened again? So in a sense what you're doing is. You're walking them through kind of how their mind could process it. Absolutely. So you just run through that again because I did use this. And since we've spoken last, and it really did work. So what happened where did you feel and think what had happened? What was what was your what did it make you want to do? So so you get them to use their words about the impulse. So what did you end up doing? I did that were to happen. Again. What do what would be a better thing to? So what you're doing is. You're sort of. Seeding the way their mind can work and what I do is. I've always felt a little deficient in the mindfulness world because positive affirmations have never worked for me. But I can call upon any of my I've had seven mentors they've all died. And so I'd have trouble talking myself through it. So Mark what happened? What would make you feel? But if you can think of people who cared about you living or dead and imagine them having that conversation with like like a loving parent loving mentor a loving uncle. So I can I can think of any of the mentors in my life, including Dr Snyder. And so when I'm stressed out. I can imagine them saying, okay, Mark what happened. Well, I was on Lisa show. And I kept starting stories. I never finish them. You really feel Mark what happened? And I couldn't finish a story. And so what did it make you feel or thank God? I ever gonna get this. Right. I've been doing this for so many years I ever gonna get the hang of this thing. And then you know, what my what my mentors would say to me as Mark your spontaneous. You're not selling anything. You're not polished. It's okay. You're real give it a break with it. Yes. But what I'm saying? Yes, is sort of teachable. And I think if you can think of people who are doing that. I'll tell you something that I wanted to do. But it's too late. Now, I I wanted the I couldn't get through them. I wanted the LA Lakers. Lebron james. To hand out little journals. On opening night with a picture of LeBron and it would say. I would say to these kids you can do it, and it, and it would be called sort of a journal to talk them out of acting impulsive. So it'd be a little teeny journalists picture of LeBron's, and you can do this and imagine him sort of saying, okay? What are you put on the date and the time what happened? Oh, you know. I got a badly on tests or I got I lost the game. So imagine LeBron say, okay. So so what it make you feel what it makes? You think? Oh, I think you know. I'm not very good at this. What it makes you want to do? Well, maybe wanna quit. Well, what did you do? I didn't quit. I mean, did quit. Well, what would be a better thing if it happened again? Well, maybe I can train better actually see what you really want. When you're doing this. With people is the better thing to do is to have the conversation. Talking yourself through. Diffuser right there. Yes. Right. And then you internalize it Dr internalized, my what I called my dad mentor society all passed away. And winter I feel I haven't done as well as I could they talked me out of it. But now instead of saying what what happened Mark. Would you think would you feel what did you want to do right now? Like, you know, if I'm digging myself on my well, I did on your show. I can pick any of them in these smile me from wherever they are in heaven. And they say Mark what put a smoking. Fielded love. And then I think boy was I lucky to have them. And then I'm able to let it go. So there's so many people that did say that the seven words really helped them and felt them, and they are truly transformational. They really are. When you call out if someone is hurt afraid, angry, ashamed alone, lonely and tired. It starts to dissipate. The energy of those words that otherwise could carry a lot of weight or want to avoid then the confrontation and in the moment. In fact, here's here's some tips. For people listening for anyone in your life who's upset. So I've interviewed a number of people, but to go for the podcast, and they're gonna be rolling out. And there's one fellow who I can't wait for his podcast to come up. And he said. You know, I used to be an alcoholic, and I've been successfully very humble and likable guy. And he said, I'm doing this inner inner child work, and I said, well, there's a lot of people don't know what that is. I know what it is. It was a fad in the eighties and nineties until he talked about, and he said, you know, for the audience. What does it mean to me says, well, you know, you recall childhood events, and then you, you know, you sort of relived them you explain them, you kind go through what we just did. And I said well, tell me about one he said when I was eight years old. I was one of two kids who wasn't chosen for any little league team. Not the majors not the miners. Minor minors. They just wasn't chosen. And I said, what did your parents and your mind's eye? What is your mom and dad say, so the usual thing it'll be okay? And I gave him this exercise. I said I want you to go back as you are now to use an eight year old imagine he just got back. You just got back from being rejected. What would you say to them? And he said, well, I'd say, well, you know, you're good at other things. And you know, if you wanted to get better, we could help you get better at things, and so we had all these very positive solutions. And I said now I want you to imagine being eight year old. And I want you to imagine you saying that eight year old. What hurts most how much does it hurt? And he immediately said I feel awful. I just feel like I'm a loser. But you could tell he shared it. And then I asked him I said did that feel different than giving yourself solutions? He said, oh, yeah. That's better. So the takeaway for people listening is if someone's upset or frayed or angry, you get an idea of what it is. If you were to say to someone instead of rushing in to give them a solution. If you were to say to them. What are you most angry about how angry are you? What are you most afraid of? How are you? What are you most heard about? How are you? Can you see how that would enable them to express it? Yes. And it's very hard, by the way to do that over text. I think it's better to actually have conversations. Yeah. It's amazing. How many conversations we have over text like this now, and it is the heart of having a conversation. All that. We've spoken about tonight with Mark is allowing time for the person to be present in to feel heard and to express themselves and all of that can be. So if somebody's really hurting, and you know that they are suffering. To pick up the phone..
"dr snyder" Discussed on The Savvy Psychologist's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health
"So so that's really the heart of it is don't save arousal for just when you're in bed having sex. Enjoy arousal at other times too. You know, a lot of women get worried about this. They think what he gets hard because a lot of feel it. He gets hard that. I'm responsible for doing something about it. Right. It didn't doesn't other Gatien. Right. Absolutely. Like, okay. I was in charge of him getting hard. So I have to make sure he has climates now. That's ridiculous. I'm a man we met we liked being hard steel, really good. And a man doesn't necessarily have to orgasm every time. He has erection. And so women have to know that if they're indirectly responsible because they're so alluring the intellect quickly responsible for their partner getting hard or excited doing anything about it at all. He doesn't mind. He doesn't mind he likes good. Well, Dr Snyder this has been so eliminating, and so helpful and you're just a joy to talk to so on behalf of everybody listening. Thank you so much for helping everyone sex life and thanks for being on the show. Dr Snyder's book love worth making how to have ridiculously great sex in a long lasting relationship was called by Dr Christine Northrup, quote, the most practical fun and empowering book I've ever read on how to have a fabulous sex life in a committed.
"dr snyder" Discussed on This American Life
"Wellington regional big and bright to corner room with big windows and a nice view, although she can't see it. Because right now she's connected the state of the art equipment behind the curtain. When I walk in my brother, David is there already came in. Whole thing. It was like a fucked up remix the night before Christmas because it was the night before Christmas. Is this story going to be in rhyme. David, what happens? You know how she gets around the holidays. I thought that you need them. We're gonna bring out the California man. I don't know why didn't I think Ethan schedule or we probably just didn't try hard enough. I mean, you never know when she's gonna get twisted like that. I wasn't even really around anyway. We're, I was with this girl from school. This tasha. I went over to her house early on Christmas Eve because they were having Turkey dinner and everything. You know, like a normal family. I mean, I had to get out of century village of cooped up in there with mom. Choose driving me crazy. So anyway, I'm tasha and mom calls. She sounds drunk. Right? And she's like some having the car something. What kind of something? I don't know. That's what I said. Something you would tell me, I know now I know how you feel. Whatever happened, the car got suck, right. I didn't have any way to get to her. So how did you get home Peggy picked her up by the time? I got back to the condo next day. She's she's pretty deep in it, but it didn't seem like that big deal really. And she woke up and she was sure to breath. So it was like for how long. Tuesday. So for like a day and you didn't call me sooner, do she's done this shit like a million times and she wouldn't even that worried about it. She didn't want me to run the ambulance shoes like later night, Dave. Dr snyder. Are you the older brother? Yes. You have medical power of attorney? Yes. Good. Who's Ethan or other brother. He's also coming from a medical power of attorney. Yes, not him. No. Oh. Did your mother go to Cornell? Yes. Why she told us. What else did she say that she does not seem hall. Those were her last words before going under soon. Enough withdrawal told a very different story. First time this happened was five years ago when David called and told me he had to remit himself to local sheriff's office for quote, just a quick jail sentence. Oh, and mom's in the hospital. So flew to Florida that next day and went straight to the ICU. And here's what happened that time. Well, looks like she'll never be the same again. Are you the neurologist long? Actually, we have a savvy medical consumer here. No. I am just gone rotation so she scored low on the goat test which measures brain function. She got a sixty two probably permanently impaired sixty two out of what. Out of one hundred, although no one ever really scores one hundred. That's true. I took it myself practice in nursing school. I got like an eighty. Yeah, for perfect score. You'd have to be like superman or something. No, no, no. You know, who could get one hundred was a guy. You know, the guy who can do anything including karate Leonardo Davinci. No, no, no, he's that would score poorly. No. The speaker guy who can do anything Jesus Christ. If I was never forget anyone's name. He helps you realize.
"dr snyder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"Is KOMO ex, health editor. Fred Bodmer I get a lotta, migraine headaches so you might imagine my excitement when I heard about them using boats socks to treat chronic migraines here to talk with us about that is Dr. Michael Snyder he's a neurologist with SM health medical group at SNL Saint, Clair hospital. Dr Snyder thanks for. Joining us thank you for. Having me let's just start out with, the very. Very basics what is Bo toxin and how does? It work so botox is a brand name of. Botulinum toxin and this is a engineered toxin that we've derived from, from nature which is actually a neuro toxin and the way that it works is by. Two ways one is it a partially paralyzes the muscle you? Injected into so it prevents the nerve ending for making the muscle. Fiber contract the second way is that it actually blocks some of the terminal sensory nerve endings from being able to release Their, chemicals which helps to to instigate pain signals and you're using us now to treat chronic migraines what's classified as a chronic migraine so chronic migraine is a subcategory. Of migraine and the definition is pretty straightforward so patients that that have, a history. Of migraine and migraine. Headaches are generally headaches that. Are more severe in intensity they're often, perceived as. Throbbing or pulsating they tend to restrict activity they? Tend to cause light and sound sensitivity and often. Caused nausea and generally lasts for hours or a full day so, people that have headaches like that that happened recurrently have migraine and the way chronic migraine. Is defined as basically saying that you have headaches more often? Than not so you have more than fifteen headache days of mind. Proportion of which should be full on migraines and that's how we define chronic migraine how long has this tree Treatment using tax been. Around well it's very interesting talks has been used medically for about thirty years it was initially used to inject, the muscles that helped move the i. impatience had. Had ocular misalignment and it's honed. Multiple multiple multiple uses in the medical field, and for treatment of migraine it's. Been approved now by the FDA for about the last eight years but it's probably been used off label to treat. Migraine for more like fifteen or twenty. Years what is this treatment. Consists of and what are the side effects what what would I expect virus going to get it so the treatment. Is basically coming into the office and receiving injections and where we're injecting the toxin is in the skin around the scalp in the upper neck and then the part. Of your shoulder called the trapeze ES which is sort, of the area between the shoulder and the, neck and so there are a number. Of individual sticks because we Do have to spread. The, toxin around and that's a little bit uncomfortable but it's fairly quick. And the advantage of the treatment is it's not a daily. Treatment that you're taking you come into the office and get injected every three months and that's the general duration of affective of. The treatment but the treatment is not permanent and it does wear off, which is why we have to keep giving the injections repeatedly over time most patients probably eighty. Five to ninety percent of patients that have chronic migraine exhibit a? Treatment response in some patients have a very dramatic response? I've had patients go from having almost daily headaches twenty five plus headache days mind to having less than five headache days of mind and the only thing I, did differently was to add botulinum toxin so it can be, highly effective the other thing I wouldn't comment about it is that. Unlike medications it doesn't have any systemic side effects it's not Getting in your system it's just working where we inject so it's not. Gonna cause a lot of your typical medication side effects like dizziness drowsy now it's not etc, so I think both for for convenience of treatment not having to take a daily medication and also for. Active nas- I think it's a very good treatment for chronic, migraine we're talking with Dr Michael Snyder he's with some. Health medical group at Esam health, Sinclair hospital Dr Snyder how, quickly does it work so it's not an instantaneous effect and I'm always. Careful to council my patients about that it does take a couple of weeks for the wheels to start turning so to speak and the peak. Fact is probably more like four to six weeks, and then often some patients are get wearing off the toxin toward the very end. Of the cycle say you know the eleventh or the twelfth week they start to feel it waning. Which again goes back to the point that you have to keep, injecting at every twelve weeks but the. The response To botulinum toxin has generally maintained so people that respond to generally, continue to, respond. To add a very safe treatment I've had patients, that have stay on it for chronic migraine for years and so. Again I I it's generally my preferred treatment for for. Chronic migraine what if you don't. Have a chronic migraine what if you just have migraines from time to, time what sort of treatments. Are out there for that so, we use a number of medications to treat migraine and. I divide them into what we call a board of medications and preventive medications so an. Abortive medication as a medicine you're gonna take right now to get rid of the migraine that you currently have in the most. Frequently used class of drugs are called, tripped, hands which, are migraine specific medications which are, generally tolerated ineffective for most people, for, preventive, medications there's a number of drugs that are used which interesting we are all drugs. That have been repurpose Because, some of them are blood pressure medicine some of. Them are antidepressant medicines and some of them? Are seizure medications which for some reason seem to have? Anti migraine of fact but one of the issues. With the Madison's can can be tolerability because some of, these medications can cause side effects Dr Snyder thanks a lot for joining us really. Appreciate the help great thanks for the, time Dr Michael Snyder is an era with Esam health medical group at Essen housing Clare hospital Dr Snyder thanks again thank you it's time once again, for our health tip of the week joining us again is our co host Slough cares. Dr Patel chief medical officer at SNL Saint, Louis university hospital Dr Patel what's your tip this week Well I. Think that the health tip is, is sort of based on the fact that you wanted, to try to start developing a relationship with a primary care physician who. Gets, to know. You and gets to know what's normal for you and. That's probably the best done through annual physical exams and. Physical check-ups you can have, some symptoms again maybe normal for you may not be normal for you but your doctor is going to be able to pick up on that and if. They are only seeing you once? In a while or not seeing you that. Regularly then they may not be, able to think that this is actually, a change from the last time that they saw you or. The last time you were being seen so I think from my perspective the health tip of the weakest get your, annual physical. Establishing primary care with a physician. And and get checked. Up. Dash pal thanks thank. You. And that's all the time we after this week's show thanks so much, for joining, us really. Do appreciate, it this..
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"With the Alzheimer's Association good morning doctor how are ya Good morning thank you we appreciate you being here so you are pregnancy and reproduction history may impact dementia risk this is one. Of the headlines that we saw and explain this a little bit about what you're finding out we know that about more than two. Thirds, of that more than, five million, Americans living with Alzheimer's disease are women and the big question has. Been why new evidence in new research presented here at the Alzheimer's Association international reproductive history? Throughout entire life may contribute? To later, life breath the number of children that a woman has three. Children, or more seem to, reduce threats compared to women that. Have only one child similarly the number of months private. Offering the more? Months pregnant came to be associated with a? Reduced risk is, it something about pregnancy changes in our body thing about, the hormones and hormonal changes if there's something, else happening for instance the woman with three children is balancing. So many different. Things multitasking perhaps That helping her keep her brain active and protecting it in later life very interesting Tina Dr Snyder this is Tina I'm, hearing you say this it's the first time I'm really getting the details of this and and I'm surprised for some reason I thought. The, research was going to, show the, opposite to be true so how long you made somebody have didn't. Have any children is that what you mean yeah I I'm just surprised that women the? The more pregnancies the lower? The risk, I think that's very interesting how long have we been looking. Into, this Really been. Something that we the the vacation for public The statistics around. The two thirds in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve and really since that. Time it's been a big question in, about? Twenty fifteen we pull together leading experts to say why what, does this tell us Women live longer and in fact that certainly contributed to wider more women that are also different differences in how our brains are wired there's differences that are hormonal pathways there's. Differences in our news and how it our immune system responds in our brains and what. Those differences may be doing to contribute to Alzheimer's disease or to go making. Our brains more vulnerable to the to, the? Brain changes we fan Alzheimer's That's the big question and this new research starts to unpack it some of that are you saying that because we're. Kept busy when we have children. In our lives and our brains are are used more so it's not the actual science of having a baby right or we don't know that so that's just one of the possibilities for why we're seeing this information in this. Large study varies Data the stuff that women have miscarriage that also make a impact or increase your risk and later life but how. All of this together and what. Are the other things. That are contributing for instance that that genetic our genes are. Are community levels are in meeting our physical activity are part halt and how all, of this interplay is still a big. Question our brains are incredibly complex and all of these factors that we've identified contribute to. Our later life risk and how the role playing to understand that I understand the all the doll That's going to give us new insights into potential therapies potential ways to intervene potential ways to diagnose at the earliest time point so you're hearing, the voice of Dr Heather Snyder who is the senior director of medical and scientific operations at the, Alzheimer's Association it sounds Dr Snyder like we have a lot to still learn about. This but, this is a possible thing what is the takeaway for the rest, of us what do we take back to our doctors or what should we be thinking about. As we go forward I think one of the important the important pecans is that if you are concerned about yourself or someone in your life that. Having the memory changes or or I Healthcare. Provider there are things that defiance told us we can be doing today to keep our brains as healthy as we can as we, age for, instance physically active exercise by something you enjoy, doing you're gonna keep doing. It Healthy healthy diet low saturated fats. Dark leafy vegetables make sure you're getting a good night's sleep and it's not one or. Another don't pick. Your favorite but really put all these together into that recipe for. The, best thing that we can do for our brains as we age Dr Snyder understand that, you're in Chicago from the Alzheimer's Association international conference, what's happening there, what's really exciting to, see the largest conference alert all international companies history nearly six, thousand, scientists from almost seventy countries are, gathered sharing the latest in the research the latest. In our understanding of the underlying biology what's changing Team New information, about risk what might be. Increasing are impacting somebody's risk new information about oh, I diagnosed that that in fact there's there's, a study looking at a. Verbal memory we know women have better memory long-term overlake than men in general and it is really important if we think about using, verbal memory, for diagnose it might mean women are being, diagnosed later we need to Very aware of that I started out our conversation mentioning. That two thirds of Americans with Alzheimer's disease are women that's Americans is that do you. See that across. The world there have been several other countries that have looked at. Whether, there are more women than men and in fact a fairly similar numbers very similar numbers, and I know you're eating well I know we've, got limited time, with you it Tina, anything else before we let her go no I I'm fascinated, by, this I appreciate you sharing this, with us and taking time out of what I. Know is a busy conference there in Chicago absolutely Dr Heather Snyder, senior director of medical and scientific operations with the Alzheimer's Association live from the, AFC in Chicago Dr Snyder thank you so. Much thank much We'll take. A quick break you're listening to caregiver crossing right here on ninety three WABC another news update.
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"Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder remarks by President. Trump's lawyer, Rudy Guiliani is feeling discussion of whether the president has the power to pardon himself. Giuliani's comments on the Sunday news programs follow reports at the president's legal team sent a letter to special counsel Robert Muller in late January. There provides a look at the president's legal defense in the Russia investigation impure, Scott Horsely. The president's power to issue. Pardons is very broad. It's granted in the constitution it they idea of partying himself has not been tested, but it presumably he does have that power. But remember the real point of this letter was designed to head off testimony by the president to the special counsel. They're afraid that would put the president in legal jeopardy. Giuliani told ABC that Trump's legal team is leaning against an interview with Muller's investigators, but that decision will wait until after the summit in Singapore with North Korean leader, Kim Jong on the latest survey from the national association. For business economics is out Moody's analytics, managing director, Steve Cochran economists are pretty positive, very much for this year and for next year, two thousand nineteen as well. The panel is looking at a growth of close to three percent this year, which is very strong. Two point. Eight percent is the exact number and next year little bit slower, but still two and a half percent, which is a very, very good growth rate for the economy. The survey of forty, five prominent economists shows. They believe the tax cuts. Congress passed will boost US economy this year next, but that there are worries about President Trump's approach to trade and that they fear that by twenty twenty. The country could enter a new recession to the Middle East. Now where Jordan's prime minister has submitted his resignation following days of anti-government protests. The protests are said to be the largest in years, and there have been dozens of arrests in Pierre. Saint wrath is in Jordan's capital and explains what's at the heart of the demonstrations. It's all about the economy. These are actually the biggest demonstrate. Nations since the herbs spring swept the region demanding reform seven years ago. And in Jordan here it's focused on that economic aspect. It's a poor country, and the government has had to raise taxes. It says it's had to and hike prices on all sorts of things from bread to gasoline. But the last straw was a proposed increase in income tax Jane Heraf reporting a fiery volcanic, eruption in Guatemala, being blamed for killing at least twenty five people and injuring some three hundred others eruption yesterday sent black smoke and ash into the air and a stream of lava through rural communities. There's been a big explosion at the crater of Hawaii's kilowatt Cain, oh officials say it had a magnitude of five point, five earthquake. There have been no reports of additional damage, but volcano has destroyed dozens of homes, forcing thousands to evacuate. Three people had to be airlifted out yesterday. This is NPR news from Washington. A new government study. Estimates plan cuts in a coal mining tax could lead to a fifteen billion dollar deficit in the federal fund that supports minor suffering from black lung in peers. Howard berkes reports, the government accountability office looked at a plan, fifty, five percent cut in the tax coal companies pay into the federal black lung trust fund the fund paid more than one hundred eighty million dollars last year to twenty five thousand coal miners suffering from black lung. The money helps with living and medical expenses. The GAO's says the tax cut would cause the fund's four billion dollar deficit to more than triple in coming decades, coal mining companies welcome the cut citing declining markets for coal, but the congressional Democrats who requested the study are concerned that more debt will lead to demands to cut benefits despite reports of an epidemic of advanced disease. Howard berkes NPR news in the NBA finals. The Golden State Warriors now have a two games. No, nothing. Lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers Steph curry led the warriors to a one hundred twenty two to one hundred three victory in Oakland. Last night scoring a finals record nine, three point shots. A never woke up and was like, all right, let's go get nine threes and get the record. There's more so just about playing the game the right way, having good intentions out there on the court and and good things happen. So British tonight and hopefully some more special things happen. Get two more wins game. Three is Wednesday night in Cleveland game four of hockey. Stanley Cup, finalists tonight with the Washington Capitals up two games to one over the Vegas Golden Knights. I'm Dr Snyder, NPR news.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm dr snyder state of hawaii remains on alert because of the kilowatt volcano the volcano is hawaii's most active and officials are warning the seismic and volcanic activity on the big island may continue after killer whale began sending lava into residential areas this week forcing hundreds to evacuate tulsi gabbard represents hawaii's second congressional district she surveyed the damage from a helicopter threat is not only from the lava in the cracks and where the next eruption is going to be but it's actually in what you may not see or smell in in the sulfur dioxide gases that are in the air no injuries or deaths have been reported but hawaii's governor has activated the state national guard provide emergency help president trump says he will meet today with the us delegation that traveled to china this week the delegation led by treasury sacra steven mnuchin ended two days of trade talks yesterday a white house statement says the delegation will seek trump's decision on the next steps in the trade dispute between the us and china more than fifty thousand honduran citizens are being told they will have to leave the united states after living and working here for twenty years so trump administration's decision to take away their temporary protected status affects as many as six thousand people in the houston area alone elizabeth travel reports from houston public media christina florida's started helping hondurans with temporary protected status after hurricane mitch hit that country in nineteen ninety eight since the announcement protections would be ending her phone has been ringing off the hook she says her friends with jobs kids and their lives in houston are afraid she has mega destino why what to do and believe me i don't know what i say blood is says she thinks most people will stay and risk deportation the trump administration says it's not renewing the temporary protected designation because honduras has sufficiently recovered from hurricane mitch for npr news i'm elizabeth trove all in houston moving out to iowa where governor kim reynolds has signed the most restrictive abortion law in the country npr sarah mccamman has more on i was measured known as the heartbeat bill the bill passed by the iowa state legislature earlier this week is expected to.
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"Detainees since thursday they finally identified by name all fifty four people still in ice custody it's been difficult because migrant workers don't always have family in the us now that lawyers throw their names their next challenge will be finding their families in their home country and letting them know that they're loved ones are detained but safe you're listening to npr news abbadi has been recovered in the surf off northern california this weekend it was discovered in the immediate vicinity of the crashing which sarah and jennifer heart and at least three of their six adopted children were killed mckennie of member station casey wyan reports authorities have been searching for almost two weeks along a remote section of the northern california coastline for the bodies of three of the hart family children devante hannah and sierra it has been uncertain whether the children were in the car at the time of the crash the family's car driven by jennifer heart went over a cliff on highway one on march twenty sixth in what authorities are saying was likely an intentional act following a recent child welfare investigation a vacationing couple observed a body floating in the surf near the site of the crash the body appears to be that of an african american female which fits the description of the two missing heart girls age and a positive identity have not yet been determined there were no signs of the other children an autopsy will be conducted tuesday for npr news i'm hoping kenny in mendocino vigil is scheduled for tonight in the small canadian city of humboldt in substantial on province the community is dealing with the fatal aftermath of fry tonight's collision a bus carrying members of the humboldt broncos a junior league hockey team collided with a transport truck authorities now say fifteen people were killed eighteen have been identified as players between the ages of sixteen and twenty one the head coach is also among the dead there has been an outpouring of support from across canada i'm dr snyder npr news from washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of joan kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investment in the future of public radio and the robert wood johnson foundation at our w j f dot org it's to the best of.
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"The right way so in other words the private sector's glad to reward low risk with low cost and high risk with high cost can't we can't we leave this mostly to the private sector rather than getting the government involved because as soon as they get involved politics gives involved in it i know in a pure world it'd be great wouldn't it uh iin kinda see what you're saying but i don't know how to get around it only because it's already in the government's government and already people are gonna go to pretty upset if you take something way i'm not talking about meditate him told him everyone's concerned that if the health insurance industry gets nervous about everything everyone's premiums are going up um so i think that's a big issue and i don't i don't i see joao huge thing i think eventually can transform into that but right now i couldn't see doing that overnight though i like some look for example the ideas the republicans to come up with i think as some great ideas to lower premiums a cold pays the bit about you know dr uh uh senator crews with the uh uh a barebones insurance and do your catastrophic health insurance the association health plans by senator rand paul president trump won abrego uh break insurance barry's across state lines using how he counts to lower premiums all those a great ideas the problem is if we keep getting sick and even if they want a new two thousand eighteen what's going to happen to two thousand nineteen that's a very good born chicken sicker tried to pries are gonna go up anyway would scott tim chain we've got to start changing the way we live and for new leave it takes the government and to give some incentives initially it would be a taxpaying i think the problem is dr snyder one should give that tax break you'll have a heck of a time taking it away dr miles schneider is the author of restoring the health to health care doctor snyder thanks very much i appreciate the john uh naysayers always go first on this program so is on the line amid subdued hey glory welcome to the program what's on your mind tonight lars i wanted to respond to your comments about judge roy moore no i first of all let me say i i do not know him i living where i do.
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"Radio and joining us now is dr currently snyder and dr snyder helps women who is struggling from many emotional issues that happened win women's health are affected including you know trying to keep become pregnant and many women want to have a baby but are having trouble or unable to and it's it's a very big problem in she also handles in works with postpartum depression miscarriage still stillbirths motherhood stressors menopause and it is a pleasure doctor to welcome you you are highly credentialed and you have been doing this in your passion comes through in in your credentials so you started out at down that israel medical center in new york you've been working in this field why did you pick women's health issues thank thank you so much thank you for having me on the show am i chose my field because i love my patients and i love the patient population um the women the wind and i work with our near they get better and they desperately want to be happy motherhood which we all know all about you are mom want that night so the fact that i can help them is really gratifying our own also what i do really now oman medical in terms of tying with like a lotta gear concept so i get to check lab like i could think about it from ole both standpoint um and i also think about it from an emotional thing point and i love it i find it really fascinating an interesting change it all the time it's great so right now you are at on staff at mount sinai hospital in new york and you're um one of the few new york areas psychiatrists specializing in psychological effects and that's really so important because you are listening to your patients dr how you want inside that i would definitely if i can't listen to them that i'm really in the wrong field yes yes tell me on is is it molly imagination or is infratil infertility more of an issue today than it's ever been or are we just more aware of that today you know it's a great question i think we are more aware of that we are effectively stigmatizing in pretrial lydia we slowly but surely nb clinton that women are more willing you got about their experience obviously social media really help the man um it amount.
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"A and so regularly that is new to my ear and i'm not i'm also not accustomed to american presence uh you do moral relativism about the us unit call that realism it to me that sounds like something quite new let let live pick it up with our historian year missouri snyder uh is a serb too much of a beard stroking here about the trump of or german rights posture or and language as a scott says i think rhetoric matters allott on it signals not only to foreign here's what our priorities are but a ceremony saying earlier you know gifts it gives comfort and inspires activists around the world who are who are fighting often in in very difficult and dangerous conditions for their rights and i also think that to suggest that just because previous us presidents have not always been consistent in their advancing of human rights that we shouldn't somehow um be concerned about the rhetoric that's coming out of of the state department in the white house um strikes me as as really a a very um a week a week excuse of current event always always given can get a president talk up autocrats and hold a torch for liberty human rights uh yeah you know tom i do agree with scott first of all it was fdr who said of anastasio somoza he is and has sobeih but he's our sob and it was again fdr who really cosied up to stalin and in just could not bring himself to say anything that about stalin so you while while i think dr snyder makes a very good point.