26 Burst results for "Dr Travis"
"dr travis" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"You in either jail or huge times. And so i mean and that's the thing there's solutions for almost everything that are much easier much less problematic And wohlend you in hot water later. Well the one thing. I wanna say abundantly clear is that You know i i you know. It's no it's no mystery that i cannot stand the government i mean government in general i love history and when you go back five thousand years today They've done more wrong than right. I mean most historians saint. That government's probably killed six percent of the people were as humans in their family probably only killed one percent but held. Mosquitoes killed half of all the humans that ever lived in the last two hundred thousand years is very good when you can compare them to Mosquitoes but the bottom line is if you have a problem with Your local delta dental in your state usually if you guys get a disagreement it's you're just gonna you're just gonna work it out or maybe i mean i don't even know of any i'm not i'm not aware of any local issues that got out of hand but if you're mailing it across the state line then it's a federal offense but it just seems like with medicaid like i know dentist. One of them was a good friend of mine. His second wife was just adorable but she wonder office manager and she was like ten or fifteen years. We'll she was. She was a little insane on the insurance billing and all the other companies when they found out you know whatever. They wanted refunds. Whatever but the ones for medicare the best lawyer he could find in the state of missouri said. I'm you're you know. I could probably get added gel in seven in seven because my wife is insane and so he had to leave the country and he went to mexico when the you know they certainly wanted a great dentists american dennis from missouri. But he actually died there a little bit. I think last around the thanksgiving time. But i mean if you mess up with blue. Cross blue shield. There's going to be money and and aggravation but you must have with medicaid. They're gonna come kidnap you. Take you before pontius pilot. And then you're going to go sit in the cage. And so i do. Not take any government medicaid. Because i just see how and then the other thing is. Look the league prosecution when you have a process. Look at the nfl. What is the average team record. Fifty fifty go look at the federal government's prosecution rain. It's about ninety five percents success rate so it cannot be fair. You know it's heavy handed. It comes with a lot of. And and whatever i mean. I just can't tell you. You don't do medicaid you don't do medicare because if you think you miss an mba to hear their in your lifetime. Wait till you find out you got some girl. Friday up front to screw up your medicaid billing and then when they find out some pinhead lawyer wants to make a name for himself and he wants to get you thrown away for as long as you can. And then he'll get a promotion. I mean i. I don't trust those guys for anything. And i would never do business with them and i just i just listed six k look and their self righteousness. They always caused the problem. Like like healthcare's unaffordable. We'll wise and unaffordable. Because you're in texas some dennis. Mexico walked up there and started practicing in part of dallas. That's all mexicans and and they would arrest him and put him in a cage because he was practicing without a license. Okay so there's your problem. Healthcare was never an affordability issue until they started all the state boards. Dental examiners look at the opioid crisis. Nobody's dying from opioid. They're dying with six or seven things in their bloodstream. Because you band. They can't go to walgreens and by opie and just like they couldn't buy alcohol during capone's time so someone like prince who has a jet is flying around looking for opioids made in the bathtub. It's made like crap so since they make it illegal to buy pharmaceutical grade. Hydrocortisone at walgreens. Buying from someone who made it in his bathtub and then they say well look fifty. Thousand people died and got three million people in jail. And they're like what is wrong with these to the government. Always the same thing they break it and then they they come up with a baseball bat. Break your legs offer to help you. Buy a wheelchair. And what they don't know is that they're always the source of the problem. They're never the source of the solution. But in. but. I digress. And i can't believe we've gone over an hour and you're so nice with your time and all that kind of stuff. I'm just wondering my gosh. I want to end on this note. You know how when. Dennis get burned out in frustration. Whatever they had this deep rooted fantasy that they're just gonna drop all insurance and i always saw. If you're going to have a fantasy it should include you. Know britney spears and madonna not dropping all your insurance because i got an mba and the nba. S show me that in the last two hundred years anytime. The government subsidizes something or free. Price makes it cheaper. You sell more of it So when a dentist tells me. I say well. What is your favorite procedure. Oh man if i could just if i could just extract teeth all day i'd be the happiest man in the world and i said okay. Well i know a..
"dr travis" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"I see a lot more of a detached to government. Programs like medicaid medicare tricare. Things like that Mostly because it's i think it's easier to defraud them but they're also going to be more diligent about going after its But a lot of it comes from. And i see minor fraud issues more than anything. You know stuff that probably won't in jail that stuff that will do if they were find it with large shines One of them like you said. And i've seen it as a suggestion before i usually try to correct it when i see it is exactly what you talked about. You know how about you. Just take good x ray of that truth and send that same extra in that same narrative on everyone your own claims or recount claims will that's lying and lying to an insurance company is the definition of fraud so that is one problem that is out there as a myth of what is suggested i. Another one is cash fees mean. It people don't seem to realize that whatever you charge a cash patient normally. So let's say you have a fifteen hundred dollar crown fee but you only are gonna charge mrs jones in the system and mr do good Thousand dollars because they're paying cash well. Bat is in itself not fraudulent. But the second you turn around and bill an insurance company that same fifteen hundred dollars which is different than you would normally charge cash patient. Data's fraud and that happens all the time and it is one of those things that aren't going to get like hit on if that's their only problem but if like you said you know you start giving audits for you know doing a different amount of services than the average dentist and then that initiates an investigation to your office in that investigation pulls up other things like cash rod issues. Then you're gonna get hit with a whole bunch of stuff and it is challenge in a lot of it. i think i'm strong either ignorance Just not knowing the rules are in. Unfortunately ignorance is not a protection against the law And some of it comes from you know honestly insurance companies calls oh. I'm stressed at denison dental offices and they feel like there should be retribution of some kind. And that's one way to do it but this is what i teach people. Time is a there shouldn't be a ton of stress that comes from insurance. There's always going to be some but it should be fairly minor has again. They're very predictable in what they do and be is. There are plenty of ways to get around the challenges that are illegal And that won't land.
"dr travis" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Six thousand four hundred eighty seven dental health professional shortage twenty nine percents eight matt so shoes this map and texas looks like it's half the desert and half not do you do you The dso's are confirming this because they stop build going to rural area so kind of looks like the said. We don't want the rural were half of american lives and we're just going to go to the big cities and they've all been on this program. They said look When we were going to small towns on any given day ten percent of our offices would even have a dentist in there. So the millennials just won't go live in beeville texas. They wanted to live in dallas and houston. Do you think that's a big part of it from what you see. Success as demographics urine prosper That's a suburb of dallas. How is that Is that really kinda dallas or is that are you out in the boonies. I'd say a little bit. In between now when i first went there we had eight thousand people that lived here ten years later. We have over twenty five. I think we're verging on thirty thousand now. So we're not small by any means anymore but you know because dallas keeps expanding. But i've never been true rural. I'd say we're probably combination of a good chunk of our patients are rural in nature and a good chunk are from just suburbia and frisco area. Which has a ton of people so we kind of are in the middle of both but i will say you bring up a good point that a lot of dennis don't want to go wrong for whatever reason and there is more of a need there because there's less people want to live there in general that's the whole liberal anyway. Is you kind of want. Wanna be away from cities of your way from cities and your way from walmart and guess what you're probably gonna be away from a dentist to and that's the challenge when anybody ever says while there's a shortage of dentists it's not that there's a shortage of dennis if you wanna live really wanna live rule in that means away from everything and you're used to driving fifty miles to the grocery store. Will that means you're going to be probably fifty miles from dental office It's just the nature of living there. It's not a bad thing. It's just what people want and what people have told people over the years if walmart will not open a store in an area and dennis would be an idiot to open a store in an area if walmart can't make it successful. There's not a lot of reasons we could. And so that's part of it now in general if you look at the numbers country we're actually oversaturated. Dennis and if you look at those maps texas what i kind of find a little off about them is if you ask any of the in that area. Are you super bowl. Could you literally not see another patient. You're not going to get most people to go. I could never. I could not physically you know. See one more person most sinister saying our schedules. Kind of Know sometimes it falls apart. I'm not completely busy. Every day. I would love to have more. Patients will the dichotomy between dental offices. Saying we're not busy enough. And you know these maps saying that. There's not enough providers just doesn't seem to come together and that's what's always frustrating. When i hear things like access to carry issues. I think more of the promise. It's an issue of we don't care to access patients just don't want to dennis for whatever reason and therefore there's less dental visits that doesn't mean there's a shortage of providers there's a lack of education or need or desire to go so you said when you went to that town prosper. It was eight thousand and now it's thirty thousand so you pick the gold mine. I mean if you if you went to eight thousand and went to thirty inside of eleven years. You knew your demographics was anyway or did you. Just go there. Because you know you're you're born there now is warning houston So we went so originally saw graduated baylor college industry in dallas and so we decided just to stick around the dallas area will frisco and mckinney which is right on a highway three eighty which is where offices. And that's where the name of the office comes from frisco mckinney. Have forever been the fastest growing cities in the country. And i think they still are. and so. we're literally situated in the fastest growing area ever and that was intentional. Now partially prosper. Was i love the community. It's got a great school system. We've got our two kids here. We had planned to move here. Live here pretty much forever and kind of had the best of everything's or us had great growth. It had a great community has great schools for kids. So it's perfect so yes by intention man. That's a nice because of the pandemic getting by the the comments under youtube My emails howard time. Dotcom everybody wants to ask my guests if you would take the vaccine yourself personally today. Oh you don't stick to anything that's controversial at all you. So as i've been telling most people right now. I am not going out of my way to get the vaccine because there are plenty of people who need it far more than i do My parents are good. Example once got heart issues and the other was going through chemo. So if anybody needs a vaccine is going to be the two of them. And i know there's a shortage currently can't produce a pass enough of getting it now whether i get it afterwards. I'm still on the fence on. I'm not against it. I'm not forward. I'm still kind weighing out my options and saying what things look like. At that point interesting. I was very very surprised at we'll humans. Do game theory so you. You can't have something they're like. What and then when it rolled out everyone. I knows like the other guys. Try it first. So everybody's in game theory mode. I went just because i'm a rat. I figured the rats should be tested first and then if it works on me then give it to but my eighty two year old mother she. She won't take it she's like oh she goes. I wanna wait and see. I'm like mom you're eighty two. How long can you wait and see. But she she's not gonna do it Do you think how much of this year we always talk about stress dentistry stressing dentistry. When i was gonna say the highest suicide rate but after the nineteen year war that ghanistan please stop saying that. The soldiers twenty six suicides day so you. So don't ever say that does. Has i suicide very but there seems to be a lot of stress in dentistry in general but this year made it a lot worse in your book you talk about decreased stress and restore passion for your field. But i didn't see the asterik and your said does not apply to the year. Twenty nineteen cova nineteen pre covid. After covid. please see the footnotes did this. Was this an out wire year for stress and reduce a passionate dentistry. I'm sure a lot of people had a lot of stress issues last year I mean i'll say when we were first shut down. I had a decent some of to deal with it and deal with the the unknown in what was coming the fact that i necessarily agree with a lot of what was going on And it it's interesting to see what changes have happened. However i will say myself. And i know a lot of other dinna sue. We've had our best years ever We collected far more last year than we've ever done before even after being shut down for two months and so that's why i talk about when you run an office. It's if you can set the systems correctly and you can fix the challenges. That are there. There shouldn't be any reason. You can't succeed and i think a majority of dentists owners who have stress. It's because the business is having challenges. Well it's the businesses having challenges. You gotta figure out ways to fix them. And that's why i talk about. The book is just all the ways. I failed and the ways we kind of modified or corrected the issues but last year was really interesting. 'cause yeah we i mean it was. We collected almost two hundred thousand dollars more last year than we did. The prior year and so for us two thousand twenty.
"dr travis" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Office management or at least twenty nine thousand nine hundred and his textbook on dental insurance is coming out this year. What the dental insurance company does not want you to know. Eighteen guide to dental insurance. Might god drivers. You have thirty four hundred post on dental town and i swear to god i feel like you're my brother from the same damn mother just amazing and every one lives the practice. Whisper before we get to that. I gotta start with. I'm still confused. Is it baylor college or texas. Am so when i was there it was baylor colored industry but owned by an so. I got into plummets. Baylor college ministry texas health science center of an now as a like five years ago. They officially changed the name and it no longer has baylor. It's just an college. The so basically where. I went to school no longer exists. And then is the am Agriculture and manufacturing. I have no idea. I think that's what i mean. Like three m as minnesota mining and manufacturing. I think they. It's like come on do the agriculture yeah manufacturing. I don't know But so i just take it that when you were there was a dean lawrence wolinsky. I don't know if we really had much. Connect with the dean at all. Because we're going is. Where did you get your business. Savvy entrepreneurs chef. I mean i mean you're just obviously you're that kid who had business instincts probably was five so sure that most of it comes from trial and error and screwing up and i'm just one that if an honest grew up on something gonna learn how to not do it again and so that's majority of it so i opened the practice from scratch and i made every mistake you could probably make running a business and so we just learned the hard way on how to avoid those same steaks. And that's where a majority of what i talked to people about comes from so your website for your dental office is three eighty dental zero eight three eighty family dental and then your website for your practice was for is practice whisper. Did you still that name from the dog whisperer when they're going now. I've actually never seen those shows where that name came from originally was we have two kids and for whatever reason i'm the only one that could get either of them to go to sleep when they were young and so my family years ago started calling me the baby whisper and then i was doing a seminar see or a speaker and somebody mentioned that you know. Hey you should be called. The practice. Whisper because i was giving them a bunch of tips on how to you know. Help the office saying that sounds like a cool name like it so it just kind of stuck from there a few years ago i wa tell you what year. I'm it's amazing what you've learned so you know. How many children do you have to to i. I've written a book before. I i always say that writing books like having another child i mean you know it takes nine months. It's a. it's a huge commitment. And now you're going to write a second one so so tell me what was the jury what possessed you to write the practice. Whisper practical steps to decreasing stress increasing. Prophet in your dental office. it's available on amazon. It's only at five star ratings. Says as it did this. They don't train you to build a business in the practice. Whisper doctor campbell. Shares had to develop a successful dental practice decrease stress and restore your passion for your field as you train for dentistry. Were you prepared for becoming.
"dr travis" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"We you know helps change the culture to to be more balanced focus real balance right in. My book is on preorder right now. That's going to be changing. Probably by the time. This podcast goes live so he can go pick it up quickly i spoke. Here's a bunch of really cool. Bonuses there to mike i mean you can pick it up on amazon but if you go to that website i actually have a whole masterclass into depth on the myths debunked them with more steps At five steps that they can do to become achieved balance. I also have a training on the place that probably kills our productivity in raises stress levels the most our email s at number one place that i hear from all of my clients and i've got a ten minute video training. On how to declutter master your email inbox and then i also have an article that they can download of the several ways. They can enjoy getting outside of work and how that actually help them inside work to take more vacations so definitely go to the website so they can download all of those freebies in pick up the book it's it's go fast awesome. I'll definitely have that in the shutout. So travis love this conversation. Thank you so much for the work you do and i appreciate everything you're doing. Thanks michael Having me on the show thanks for listening to the breakfast leadership show part of the breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering your business and your life..
"dr travis" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Percent increase in sales month-to-month annuals growing so fast. He was working seventy five eighty hours a week. He had five kids at home and said he loved it. Wanted to be with them. But you know seventy five hours a week you would. How much time do you really have to spend with your family with those people that are going to grow up lead. your home. Tiny is taken away in so as we talked about this he looked me and got through some of the trains. Travis i love this. Productivity is really really gonna be phenomenal but now tempted to work longer right. So it's that whole trial. It goes back to those priorities of. Yes you know. maybe so. Maybe you could be a really productive workaholic. And i think a lot of people are so. How do you treat those boundaries will part of those boundaries is finding accountability person. Having somebody that can help you and a lot of times. This accountability person has to be a professional coach. Right to insert travis perry dot com say. Hire me well kaieda. Maybe this is where i say..
"dr travis" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"But i think that can be said for anything in life might go like these big stressors. A lot of times are distress. There's a difference between you. Stress in districts distresses the bad things potential. What could happen. But what about that wedding. What about The birth of a baby or anything can happen at work. That's good that can be just as stressful. If our body doesn't know how to handle that stress we may turn to Addictions to help. Just basically feed that end in Right or in that could be Any sort of addiction or vice. That just allows us to get out of that and not have to deal with the anxiety and the stress of what's coming so in in all actuality kinda just depends on what that stresses where it's coming from how we cope with it. Which brings me to myth number two and that myth is really I i used to call this the myth of productivity or the productivity myth. That is essentially the okay. Let's be productive. Let's let's be prioritized with our time. Must be really productive and that will solve it and a lot of people. I think the business world think that way that if i could just be productive Doodo all right. And i'll still be able to get done because i'll be smarter than everybody else. Reality is productivity without boundaries. Is the problem. If you don't have boundaries set up then you won't be able to handle that stress in even if you're productive most end up being just a a more productive work hollick going back to some said a few minutes ago about delegating And doing better. I mean they kind of go hand in delegation and i can do it better than anybody else. I was horrible a delegation And it led me to have my cardiac event my your worst case scenarios thoughts from burnout everything And is because. I wasn't good at delegating well when i went through in. Reinvented myself which i needed to do..
"dr travis" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"People number one is just a myth of balance that it's doing everything at the same time again. Everybody is initiative a different definition of what balance is but i think what we can all agree on. Is that if you try to do everything. Even with good intention That's not balance. That's crazy it's not gonna work it's trying to multitask or switch task between everything and the psychologist Told us that it's not productive. It's not great quality in overtime. You're just going to stress yourself out thinking you can do everything. So the real antidote to that. Myth is really prioritize. What are your priorities. Now let's focus your time in those priorities in. That can work for business. You know if you're if you're a business owner and you run something really successfully two things. You really want to do the things that they're really important to you and delegate everything else it's get out of the way of your own success businesswise but personally. It's kinda that same thing too. Michael like we care so much about our health. But how many hours are we actually exercising sleeping eating. Well meditating i things we know we should be doing but just aren't yet. It's one of those things where we oftentimes people i talk with. They say i don't have enough time. And if they have an iphone alas them okay especially the latest operating system and there's a time tracking and how much time you spend on your phone and it's usually in the hours for most people. I think you could carve out twenty minutes of that six and a half hour. She's spent on your. I and maybe do some light exercises or walk around the block or may be twenty minutes to do some meal prep instead of ordering the food delivery which is so high and everything you don't want to eat and maybe you know. Put down the phone for a half hour and meditate or relax or just stared wall. Whatever the case may be the all these things are achievable and can make your life better and the thing about getting your life in a more harmonious state is days and weeks and months and years can flow a little bit differently but getting in tune. With how your.
"dr travis" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back. I've got dr travis on the line. What's up travis. Our you name do well. Thanks michael for having me great to have you here. It's always good and we talked about this a little bit in the pre show about finding somebody that is in a similar field that we're both in and and you talk a lot about work life balance. You've got a book That i want to dive right into but a row quickly share. Share your background in y. You do the work you do as michael. I think this is such a great question. My father was about a month away from his fiftieth birthday as a financial adviser for my own practice two states away and i got a crazy phone. Call ashes about six phone. Calls on a random tuesday or wednesday can't exactly remember the date but in reality i was just coming home from work. It was bombarded thought g. Can everybody wait like this. Kind.
"dr travis" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"And you hate to say but in med school. We said it many times sequels. Md and not all doctors are created equal. I always heard was. What do you call the guy that graduates last in medical school class. Doctor dr o. Yeah you f equals md. Tell me about the diet is is the is the restart. Mostly plant-based it is. It's so what it is is. I'll call it a modified Mediterranean diet it also utilizes a lot of the more recent research that supports these kito fasts that are short term rather than long term. And i know you. We agree on a lot of the same things here. So i put in a five day. Kito i'm calling akito clans really what it is. It is a way to primarily using plants. Seafood say plants twigs and berries. We're talking about some delicious awesome meals but utilizing the tools that plants come with which is protein fiber and in these five days. One of the great things for me. Because i do. It called a reset cleanse. I can. I can lose a lot of weight when i do this. But more importantly the bloat the the fog it all goes away but more than more than that my desire to gorge myself as you know can get in these patterns. It breaks the pattern. So i had this five day kito reset clans which is all about good foods using the power of akito cysts for brief period of time long-term ketosis. I worry about it me. See you shaking your head but short-term great but then you know the beauty of in you know any diet. Long-term you need to include all the macronutrients good foods right and the more research i've done the more i've come to realize and we do in my own my own home the more. I'm eating foods that come from mother. Earth the better. I feel so if i'm gonna make a really exciting dish for breakfast you know. I'm throwing everything from onions garlic avocado any vegetables. I have and. I'm throwing those altogether. And i call it my amateur hour saute. You don't need to be a pro in the kitchen to do this. All of oil in there and your and your cooking a meal that will help you live longer and lose weight but by the time you start to learn these tools you you do not wanna eat anything else because it's so tasty i'll even take cans salmon. Heather throw it. Any sautes isn't it. Isn't it interesting when you start eating like that. How when you go to a restaurant. Everything's very tastes very salty. And he's very like fake. Maybe that's not exactly right. Petits processed guess is the word that i'm looking for so we like to eat out. But you know i. I'm a new york jew. I like to eat. And so i like going to restaurants for the food. I'll go to joint just because the food is good. But i've changed now. I'm more now. Go out to like the ambiance. And i want to sit and have my cocktail and the food i i. It's terrible but i basically decimate the menu and say me. I have a plea piece of plane grilled fish with just some steam vegetables on i and it's not because of the calories. It's because i just want to eat that way. I'm with you and having said that i am one hundred percent of believer in treating yourself right. We we have to have time to retreat. Yeah but i it's funny. You sound like me. My wife and i will go to a restaurant and have a cocktail or i might have a burger pin or a glass of wine in it. Maybe we'll get an app appetizer. That's healthy maybe it's holy guacamole with or hamas and then we'll go home and make dinner at all and you know what i think is cool also. I think that. I love this idea for the book. You have to send it to me. Because now i'm dying to read it. I love that. There's so many delivery services and plans you can get at these these The box meals. You're talking about either. Cook at home or they send you the already done and you heat it up because they feel like what's been a problem. Tell me if you agree for so many years for so many people is that fast. Food's cheap and fattening. Bad food is cheap. So it's just easier and cheaper to eat that way. But i feel like there's so many good options now that are so not expensive. Not only that but what i would give advice. Wise to anyone listening is if you're going to use any meal delivery service or heck if you're gonna use a uber eats type service. Pick those services where you have a choice so we have. We have new restaurant. Nearest here nashville called kaba where you can go. Its mediterranean themed in many ways. If i'm remembering correctly. But i can go in and i can order as my base super greens and lintels and i can pick exactly what toppings i want to to a be getting back to too much salt or too much sugar. I like to be able to go. And pick out the ingredients that i want which may sound anal but at the same time this is my hell and i also like together in terms of taste and so i liked it. There are more and more restaurant so if you are getting meal delivery service pick the ones where you have some say where you have some choice because i no longer feel comfortable saying oh yeah you go go ahead and deliver this to me and whatever however much salt you put on it. That's great yeah now much sugar you wanna throw in there. It's great even if i'm going to go order a margarita. It's you're paying for it. I'll say look. I wanna marguerite at one it spicy. I do not want any simple syrup because it tastes better than you're like me your the pain in the ass at the restaurant. It's good though. I love that. I love this book. I think this is super cold. So when is it coming out in spring. Twenty twenty one right reset your life or thinking now about maybe coming out with it right around christmas day..
"dr travis" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"This is heather dubrow world. Here's heather all right. Let's talk about books. So i don't you probably don't remember this but i think the i think i think the first time we met was in two thousand ten when you came out with the lean belly prescription was was ten right. I was co in good day. Yeah i was co hosting good day. La and you came on to promote your book. And that was the first time i ever met you. And it's funny because now you know and i've written a number of books since then you have to in it. It's just funny. How life works. Because in what world would i ever thought. I would've met you on the set of good day. La back in two thousand and five and then of course you know. I hung out with you on the many times with terry without areas a cost and all that so much fun. But i wanna talk about the new book so i love the name of the new books so reset your diet reset life first of all. Take me through like why. It was time to write a new book. We get asked this to a lot because when you write more than one diet book but you know things. Change science changes times. Change and people's bodies are different so i i love all the different varieties of things but why this diet. What is it and why now heather. It's interesting because the concept of reset is something that i thought a lot about before the pandemic at in so i was working on this concept really from Experience in my own life. And i've never told you this but i went through this period where i had developed some severe spinal degeneration nerve compression lost about thirty forty percent of my strength the right side of my body and even when i was hosting the doctors for a year plus i just had unremitting nerve pain and i was so bad about getting or asking for help and i just kept letting it fester and i was trying to do all the things thinking i was this note all doctor and it would just get better if i did certain exercises but it just got worse and worse and it hit me that the one thing that i had my number one tool and you know this. I've always been a really healthy eater. But the reset occurred when i come from a family of farmers in nebraska and i always been a healthy eater but it included a lot of. I was a big protein guy to and there was this big reset in the way where a meat and potatoes guy who yes eight healthy. But i wasn't a huge vegetable guy wasn't huge. That's me yeah. I it was more of. I always ate really lean. And i always eat real food but i started thinking about you. Know the colors of the rainbow a little bit more. And i started really experimenting with everything from lintel based pasta to making my own black bean burgers and i learned that when i went ninety. Five percents plant based the inflammation. My body in here. I'm a malate forties go dow and so i needed surgery and everything else but the one thing i turn to you was this this one thing. I can control your diet. And so that whole concept of reset your diet reset your life really Held true for me and so the book came into being organically the irony of everything is. I'm i'm delaying publishing the book because it was coming out in the middle of the pandemic rate in out like our book that did well. It's a talk. It's a really tough time because people are still trying to this. Pandemic is a reset. But we don't we still don't know what the exact reset is right. We're still trying to. What is this going to look like on the backside. And so i think we're hopefully all gonna come out of this. It's going to this beautiful spring where we're were clamoring for a reset for our health for our lives. And so this reset your diary reset your life. Concept really started with me and i share a lot of my own personal experience. I get a lot more vulnerable. I talk about how the stretches where i would turn to alcohol. Because it's the only thing that would numb the pain. And i literally lay on the floor at night heather for hours on end just laying there on this wedge pillow. Because it's the only position where i would be in pain. And i was in that little apart. I was in my apartment in la just laying there on the floor. They can boy best. Years are behind me now but what. What made it so difficult for you to ask. Because i think it's so hard for everyone. But i think people would normally assume that a doctor would be the first to be like. Oh it's this. it's that i got to go. See my buddy over in newroz my neurosurgeon friend and ask him what this is. Why is it so hard for you to get the help. 'cause i'd had surgery before in my twenties and it didn't go well and i'm as an er guy. I've seen you know the surgeon spine is no joke. It's not an easy solution. so i was. I was gonna try everything because you go into that night. If something goes wrong you can't. There's no there's no reverse in there. There's no hidden the. Let's let's put this car in reverse. It is a one way street and you. You better hope you pick it the rate street and so i think doctors in some ways we are the most hesitant because we know the reality which is especially with spine conditions. You have to. You have to address structural issues. I is what i did either. All the issues like poor posture. A lot of the things that i've been doing because i have arthritis. Ironically my feet. So i had developed all the way up. The chain stiffness in joints. So i i addressed all of that but then when the nerve compression still didn't get better than i had to get surgery and lucky for me. It went well but it was still you know this was still a full year of rehab rehab and so the easy quick fix solutions in medicine unless you know in the world of plastic surgery there are some you go into surgery and you come out and you're like wow that's amazing yeah. There are certain surgeries in orthopedics. Where maybe you're putting a rod and a bone and you go in. You can't put any weight on your leg and then he'd come on. You're like wild but almost every other it is a you know. It's a long road to recovery. So it's it's last resort for me. Unfortunately either i just wish. I waited a couple of years. I ended up having long-term nerve damage in so outlook. I wish i had been more willing to trust others. But i was. I was really afraid to give up control. I was really afraid to go on that table. Be put to sleep. And i don't know if it's and friends it was just i. I don't know why. I just really you know it's interesting to me. Because how hard is it for. A doctor to pick doctor really hard. Especially if it's not your field. So i i know who i want to go see in the are and i know who if like. Let's take this for example. I have asthma. If i if i have a bad experience stumbling that i train is now a critical care doctor to look like he is the guy i wanna go see. Yeah but i don't know if i've never been in the. Or with you. I don't really know how technically sound your even if you're one of my best friends i so i'm sitting here. You know how we do it. The underground world. I tell people even if you don't have dr friends talk to patients talk about their experience. So of course i'm i'm calling not only dr franz. I'm calling my friends who work in the device industry. Yeah yeah the medical sales people sure they would know..
"dr travis" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"He gives everything only has three answers pressure. Five minutes by the clock. And if it's that bad call the pediatrician. Those are the two answers. not terrible. Dice are and then right last ice compression elevation. That's all you really need to tell her. Just you learn that she'll be fine and the the other thing i told her is that babies are resilient and not everyday is going to be great you know. They have bad days where they're happy can be. They have days where maybe they've got some gi upset. You don't really know. But by and large a baby will let you know when he or she is not not doing great and when you do need to go to the pediatrician. And when that happens like terry said you don't hesitate. It doesn't matter if you have a doctor in the family you call. The pediatrician different specialty. So you know what. I'm curious that what did she deliver at a hospital. You've privileges at no no. She delivered it The hospital here nashville really known for its obstetrics department and So so was definitely a separation of my role as a physician but having said all of that the one thing that i have a lot of credit to especially the nicotine there is when i got back in the nick you obviously they knew i was a doctor and it is sometimes very difficult and i. I know this is dr when you're talking to a fellow physician and it involves a family member in this case a newborn baby. It could be a really awkward situation but the nicotine was so great and they allowed me to be a part of what was going on but at the same time knew that as a new father. they there was a bit of reassurance there they were able to pull back at times and say hey dad. We're gonna do this. This and this doctor travis. Are you cool if we do this. This and this. That's interesting and it was. That was a great experience. Even though i didn't have privileges there. They showed me the privilege of allowing me to be involved in his care. And i and i thought that was You know. I thought that was a really cool thing in in that time of distress yeah. That's very respectful. Did you ever consider a home birth with with everything that was going on and going to the hospital with covid consider it. Is you know what we did a lot of the same things that you would do. If you were going to have a home birth but for precisely the reason we ended up needing hospital he had mccoy neom and he was not breathing. The way you need to breathe without oxygen e. It wouldn't have been good so we were at the hospital. For that reason. I respect the choice of women and and my wife really wanted to have a very natural birth but at a place where something went wrong. We would have the ability to take care of the problem but having settled that heather my cousin who lives out in la is a dula and cheese had three babies and she had them all at home so she was. She was pushing a little bit for a home birth. And i i. I will say that i have. I've been in this. I've been too long to not respect individual choice. And i can. I can understand wanting to have a home birth and even after our last experience where he had to. Our baby had to go to nick you. It's something that if my wife said. Travis i really wanna have a home birth this second round assuming we have another child i would. I would completely support her decision. Yeah i you know. I think i feel the same way you do and i. It's probably married to terry. But you know i i. I'm not natural honestly. Let's be honest. i mean. I'm naturally i haven't had plastic surgery but what i'm saying is give me the girl i had scheduled. I started with twins scheduled c sections. Like i was very precise about the whole thing and i ended up with complications that would have been very bad. Placenta kriva clamps. Yeah with one of my pregnancies. So i had a lot of issues that really needed. You'll be out of hospital. But having said that i have a ton of friends who have had their babies at home in a birthing pool in their bed in like everywhere and done completely well so god bless everyone for having their own choice and doing what feels great. I just you know. I think it's so crazy and you don't have any other experience to compare this jail. But i look forward to hearing if you do have another child. What that non-co vid experience. Because i just can't imagine how because it's so scary to be a first time parent anyway even if your doctor and now your child's and then to have all the covert stuff on top of it just crazy i mean didn't even do your baby shower. Virtually did you do zoom baby shower. You can call it was. It was a baby shower at abeille with the baby. Shower consists of our dog. My wife and myself do over. Well you know it's interesting because we have a friend who is about to have a baby and they're scheduled to have a baby shower in. I told paris were not really in a great place right now to pretend like baby. Showers are necessarily ideal scenarios just because of obviously uptick in kobe wearing the cold weather season. So i think there's a small part of my wife. And i'd be lying if i said this or if i didn't say i would be omitting some truth. Which is when we decided to have a virtual baby shower. It was during a time where we were trying to figure out what ovid's legality was. What is kobe. What is the effect of covid now that we know a little more about it but still so many unknowns people have let their guard down and i'm not trying to transition here into my views were someone else's views on the pandemic but we have a lot of friends here in tennessee who have just said really let their guard down and so You're too so. Paris is like god either virtual baby shower because it was probably the right thing to do. We may be getting back very closely to that point. Where that may be the right thing to do but teach everyone's own choice but heather. I do have to tell you a story yet. You will appreciate because had twins. You've had your. I don't know how i have one baby now. I don't know how you have four. I don't i respect you. I don't know how people have more than one baby. I saw the first night. I get home. Heather and this is for months ago. I'm confident i'm an er doctor. I've seen so many sick babies. I've seen on good honey. You haven't slept in a week. you go to bed. I got the baby. The baby is of course. Had been in the nikki. The baby is really frail grayson. The first night at home the whole night was crying would not eat an eye for about. Six hours was terrified out of my mouth because it's the middle of the night and i'm in the back of my mind. I'm thinking gosh. I i am. I'm going through the fire right now because it's not like i can bona phone. A friend i know are the he's not. I am the french. And what i found out header and this is for anyone listening. Who is taking care of a newborn the dog on nipple. 'cause 'cause we were using the we're using the nipple. The the hospital gave us that was supposed to encourage breastfeeding pacify. Are we talking about it. Wouldn't it was a nipple that was meant to let note through very slowly so that the baby gets used to breastfeeding. Yeah the dog on thing was not letting any milk through without anything through and even they need such a little mountain but he was getting nothing so he's pissed off at me the whole night. Say dad give me something yet number two. What's wrong with you. This is heather do world..
"dr travis" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Podcast one. Welcome back everyone. I have a fabulous guest on the show today. Dr travis stork is here. I've known him for many years and you were having quite a year. My friend married baby sort of career. Pivot like lots going on with you. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me yes. It's been quite a year for everyone and throwing having a baby in the mix was definitely an exciting thing but also with everything going on in the pandemic it was It was one of those. It's been one of those years where it's been half excitement and half trepidation. Yeah i could see that and even for a doctor because people always ask me like what it's like being married to a doctor and whatnot because you do get sense of calm when when your husband's your partners at dr but still in cova times to go in for all your appointments and your checkups and everything that's gotta be crazy and also just the uncertainty in madison. Failing to prepare is preparing to fail. But when you see something new in medicine you can be the best doctor in the world win. There is a novel virus when it first hits you have no idea so my wife kept asking me. Are we good here. Are we good here. We were getting really close. Delivery date and a lot of hospitals were still not even allowing spouses to come to you by the bedside so we were in a you know one of those difficult situations where when our son was born things were just because few weeks before they started opening up hospitals again for for spouses to be there. But because of the uncertainty we didn't have any great data on if you get this virus as a pregnant woman visit affect you. Does it affect the baby or if the baby gets this what happened so there was so much uncertainty as a doctor. It was almost more frustrating and in some ways still is because so many unknowns and we don't like unknowns in medicine you know no of course for sure. I get that so. Did you ever consider like. I'm assuming in med school. You delivered a number of babies by the way just side note terry told me when are twins. Were born. her first kids who are now seventeen. He told me he didn't never have to change a diaper again because he did it. So much in med school. Bullshit never change the diaper ones. Did you deliver a. Did you deliver any kids. Or i'd lunar to taught an i. I actually spent during meadows. Medical squad spent six weeks on the obie award into There were so many delivery is an. I was blessed to be able to live a lot of really healthy babies. And then as doc when you go residency is a full month on the obie awards as well. But i've never delivered a baby in the er having said all of that. And i don't want to go into too many details because deliveries is you know are sacred experience for mom and also the dead baby but my wife had a really difficult delivery. And i don't know if it was secondary dacoven and i did not want to be critical but it was Let me just put it this way. I was very involved with the entire process. There was not a lot of help in so let's just say i got a lot more involved. My wife wanted meets you going into the delivery. She said waist up. Kurt yes travis. You're husband and father tonight. You're not a doctor. Well you know it was one of those things where we're going wrong and like i had to make sure feel good about everything so Yeah it didn't go exactly as planned the baby did you know. He came out after a vacuum delivery. Ended up doing okay after a brief. Stay in the nick you but it was so Czar for each you toggle for the first time in my life between being a doctor and a daddy and a husband and was all all three happen were all. Three things are happening at once because she delivered baby is immediately taken away by the nicotine in. He is over on this side of the bed or the room and my wife's over here and she had some tough time. So i'm going back for pre two of them. Take your baby nick. You and i'm like honey. What do i do i go. I go hanoi. stay with you. Like it's like sophie's choice that it really is and then there's also there's kovin so it's not like you can just roll into the you so there's this big delay where they took him to the nick you and here i am. You know i'm dr and i. I know that i was looking at a saturation's wasn't happy with them. And they're like they're like you have to wait. You know you have to wait probable. We've thirty minutes to an hour before we let you back in so just a really bizarre. Anyway i don't want him on that but you know dina dr. Most of the time is a wonderful thing. And i'm so happy i'm a doctor and the doctor given what went down but at the same time i look back at the whole experience and i did not really it. I didn't really get an experience that first time father it was. I was just way too My brain was working too much on that particular night slash morning so we're very blessed. We're very happy and to this day you know. I think it's a double edged sword being in the doc because my wife has so many questions about the baby after spending so much time the babies doing just fine. Hey you need. You need to have a chat with terry. He'll tell you how to do it..
"dr travis" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"Versus not quality was certainly the it serve nod to the way in which we comic book readers are used to around the stores on Wednesdays Non Cova Times and having these kinds of arguments over who was better whether it's which character or which ardor ernest or Creator Right So I wanted to sort of appeal to that that familiar part of what makes being a comic book. Reader Fund. That we have these kinds of arguments. Yeah I mean it was interesting. The way that you paired things up I was curious. You know just just going through the chapters really quick. You know there's the again I everyone should go on reading this book it's it's it's a fun read. It's a really interesting look at characters that I think like I knew I know a lot of and it was interesting to see them pitted up against each other and compared in a way that wasn't just a Capcom video game where you just mash buttons together until you beat your opponent but actually the hear them like disgust back and Forth I mean, we've we have things like the best of the Beasley beacons of imagination responsibility in the city ideals in action God's along box and I feel I was curious to know you know were there other chapters that were potentially considered for this book because you know we I think you cover a good swath of things. But as someone that doesn't read a lot of you know ethical theory year, you know political theory and everything like that with their other like pillars of of that type of discussion that you considered for the book, right? Yeah. What I a set the table of contents. Date when I set the table of contents by which movies had come out. Okay. I didn't even notice that So I had to a certain point decide okay and and and partner was deciding character. I was sure I could isolate some ethical core that would be distinct from the other characters in the book, which isn't always easy I mean green era was huge on the TV but I was having a hard time figuring out exactly what was distinctive about Green Arrow that didn't just too closely over over Lao per line with of their characters right. FLASH IS GETTING BIG ON TV at the time as well and I was I since. The an argument about what he what the flash means about mortality because speed is distance over time and it's that denominator that matters the most. So really it's a character that has to deal with our struggle with time and are sort of all time has to do with our mortality and so there are other characters I would have and could have gone into I mean if I had written the book that was just for you know the audience of I read books that would have been full of obscurities and the kinds of characters that only we know and everybody else. So I mean. Tastes that a lot of these kids that are popular now weren't known to the general population. Even twenty years ago or fifteen years ago we can but. Sure I mean I is there any is there any particular characters that you have in mind that I that I should have covered or that you would have liked to in chapters on I should consider Well, the thing I mean if if we're talking about a sequel here, I got plenty of. I mean I I was curious because I mean like there were like I. Think we've got the Hulk Wolverine a lot of the big staples in in films and stuff though who who really talks about the Green Lantern Movie but. that. Being said you know it was interesting. The Green Lantern for movie for music. gave me an excuse, a chapter ladder. I'm waiting for that far sector adaptation. That's probably you know maybe in the work somewhere at Warner Brothers but even then it would have been interesting to see like a comparison of you know you talked about Green Arrow. It'd be interesting to see like the Green Arrow television style character compared to someone like the punisher because I feel like for some reason, the CW has treated that character like that. But very recently, we read like an eighty s era green green Arrow comic for an episode that we did about like read a book about something that came out the the month you were born and as someone born in the eighties it. was like a, it was a perfect little book that came out in an era where it felt like they were trying to make green Arrow this cat cool espionage guy in the eighties with bright t shirts and you know everyone's got thick mustaches and big glasses and stuff and for some reason, everything takes place in Miami I don't know why But maybe that's just me conflicting the game grand theft auto vice city. For some reason in my head but that being said, it could have been interesting to see like a comparison there. I, mean I was thinking maybe wonder woman could have a spot there and I think this is how you could. You could push into CEO. Let's talk about Miss Marvel but I don't know if that actually if those characters could come up side-by-side. The plenty I mean like yours. There's plenty of staples you could have hit on that I understand there's only so many pages you can write in a book. Sorry. No the hearing I would have done with wonder, woman would have been with Black Panther. Comparing the way in which they are both royalty from. Utopias who had approved that they deserved their station and their powers and then had to put their and not only proved at once in some sort of test but you live an ongoing test to demonstrate their worthiness of their great station and powers by continuing to use them for the benefit of the less advantaged and. And so they the nature of the chapters of my book is always fun to try to characters and have something essentially similar. To make the comparison makes sense why I'm comparing those two but also try to figure out what is the distinctive difference between them and I saw all the distinctive difference is between the I've got that commonality, but I haven't made a decision yet regarding the distinct difference. In these kinds of qualities are. Again A lot of the qualities heroes are found in many dozens of superheroes. You could say share and quality common but you the trick in my book could have tried to figure out what was the thing that was the most distinctive core concept or problem or dilemma or quality that they represent or address and and try to find some character that I could contrast against it was similar but not the same. So if I can pitch a character. I guess the main difference in part is.
Montgomery County official on reopening private schools: "We don't have any state guidelines."
"Officials say they cannot issue any guidance on how to reopen the private schools until they get information from the state. The state told Montgomery County Health director Dr Travis Scales, he could not require all private schools to remain closed. The state says they can reopen as long as they follow CDC peon State guidelines. We don't have any state. I asked in early August on, health officers have asked County emergency management in homeland security director Dr Earl Stoddard. If there's an outbreak in the school, closed, just the classroom and the students that were in that particular class. Do you close an entire school? Other Curtis w. W l dot com
Parents of private school students in Montgomery County sue
"Lawsuit filed against Montgomery County by some parents of private school kids may soon be dropped. Now the county's health director has rescinded an order requiring private schools to do all remote learning through at least October 1st, Dr Travis Scales and the state were fighting over the mandate has decided to take it back after the state's health secretary. Local health officers. They didn't have the power to do that. One of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, James Lawson, tells tales Larry O'Connor show. Even though gales can't issue a blanket order. He may still have the same kind of institution by institution inspection rights that they have once a restaurant, for example on and that those could be kind of steep. Lawson says. It's not exactly clear what help guidance. These private schools will have to follow. If your
Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans
"Question. Who's got the power to order blanket closures of schools? Maryland's health secretary is backing his boss on this one, saying local health officers can't make that decision. It is the latest saga stemming from Montgomery County, which tried to close all private schools before the governor said they can't the memo from Maryland Health Secretary Robert Neill states that quote it is the health policy of the state of Maryland that non public schools not be closed in a blanket manner. Instead, the memo says, local health officers Should consider closures on a case by case or school by school basis. The memo comes the morning after Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gail's reasserted his decision ordering the closure of private schools until October 1st. His initial decision kicked off a legal battle with private schools and parents suing gales and other county officials. A hearing in federal court is set
Washington, DC - Parents of private school students sue Montgomery County health officer
"Parents in Montgomery County whose kids attend private schools are continuing with the federal lawsuit against the county, including health officer Dr Travis Gail's, after Gail's announced late last Friday that religious and private schools would have to go virtual only like GPS. Maryland Governor Hogan quickly stepped in this week to reverse Gail's order. But the parents of non public school Children are holding two rallies tonight while Montgomery County Councilmember Craig Rice bashing Governor Hogan very clear criticized for this, but it is the absolute governor has always been prolific in terms of his absolute support of private over That has been his fans from the very beginning, and I said it before, and I'll say it again. The Maryland private school parents say they are protesting what they call a power grab by Montgomery County executive's
Washington DC - Montgomery County health officials tell private schools to start school online
"In Montgomery County will hold virtual classes for the fall semester. But some parents and hope private schools would offer an in person alternative. Now we're learning the county's private schools won't have in person classes until October, the earliest We have the latest on the situation as part of our continuing reports on parenting in a pandemic. The Montgomery County Health officer, Dr Travis Gail's has ordered that all private schools that includes religious and independent schools in the county. Cannot hold in person classes until at least October 1st, and that would be subject to further review. At that point. The order goes into effect on August 3rd. In making the decision. Gales and county officials cited the increase in Corona virus transmission rates in Maryland, D C and Virginia and said the move is needed to protect the health and safety. County residents. Kate
Montgomery Co. private schools ordered to remain closed
"And independent schools in Montgomery County have now been directed officially to stay closed until at least the first of October. The directive came from Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gaels, who said in person classes would not be allowed it any of Montgomery County's private, independent or religious schools. Until October 1st, and at
Washington DC, Montgomery Co. keeping coronavirus restrictions in place for now
"Are slivers of hope this morning when it comes to easing restrictions in Montgomery County but getting to re opening will take a bit longer according this morning to county officials Montgomery county executive Marc Elrich says he is not ready to give a date for reopening the county to match the state's phase one relaxation on covert nineteen restrictions but county health officer Dr Travis gale said there are some hopeful signs nine of the past fourteen days we have seen decreases in the number of new cases overall dance calls the spike of more than seventeen hundred cases in a single day on Tuesday an aberration Kate Ryan WTOP
House passes coronavirus aid package after national emergency declared
"Relief is on the way for Americans hit hardest by the corona virus pandemic well most of us were sleeping in the house passed a relief package that includes sick paper workers and free testing Maryland congressman Steny Hoyer I've been on the phone with the speaker a lot of times we haven't counted but she and secretary Mnuchin obviously have worked very very hard to come to this agreement the bill supported by the president now heads to the Senate fifty billion dollars in aid is going to states now that president Donald Trump declared a national emergency in furtherance of the order emerging every state to set up emergency operations centers effective immediately caroling governor Larry Hogan says state leaders are working hard to keep up with the ever evolving challenges is changing out on a daily but on an hourly almost minute by minute basis and each of us as governors are trying to stay on top of it and we're working together as best we can with our federal partners some good news about the first three people in Maryland who tested positive for the coronavirus Montgomery county's health officer Dr Travis gale says they were covered and be given the green light to return to their normal lives and the other three cases that we have are all doing well clinically they're stable and they are at home are receiving
"dr travis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Dr Travis stork close to the doctors these are the doctor's orders we raise with the rule always clean your plate well it's time to break the habit a recent study found that Americans underestimate how much we buy as much as fifty percent it's nine hundred dollars per meal thirty percent less at one you know you could save two hundred seventy calories and it may not sound like much but over the course of the year that could mean a weight loss of twenty eight one doesn't need to lose twenty pounds it does show that when it comes your health it's little things to go a long way portion control is an important part one summation long on the doctors TV dot com the store in those are the doctors or three seven by rocket mortgage by quicken loans who understands that it's not just a mortgage it's your mortgage that's the difference rocket mortgage push button yet mortgage hi I'm Jay Farner CEO quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvement of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point zero eight percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of exchange a one point two five percent be receive the discount rate all the concentration in conditions because when it wasn't enough to states and one hundred thirty.
"dr travis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"I'm Dr Travis stork close to the doctors and these are the doctor's orders your pain your leg muscles holder cramp could be something more serious deep vein thrombosis or DVT is the formation of a blood clot in a deep commonly affects the way the biggest fear book on the legacy can travel all the way up to the long because he which can be does he have a painful red swollen like she indeterminate because make sure to consult your doctor ignoring symptoms can be dangerous if overlooked nation log on doctor dot com for all of the doctors on Dr Travis stork in those are the ones presented by rocket mortgage by quicken loans rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push button get mortgage when you purchase your parts at Riley auto dot com you can pick it up in store when it's convenient for you parts tools or accessories will be waiting at your local o'reilly auto parts store No shipping cost easy returns and convenient pickup shop Reilly auto dot com Reilly auto parts better parts better prices everyday here it comes again lunch will be the same old same old or are you ready to take a vacation from the ordinary with the new Jamaican jerk Turkey sub at firehouse subs freshly sliced smoked Turkey breast credibly sweet mustard sauce and a hint of Caribbean seasoning just five fifty five for media save time order the new Jamaican jerk Turkey sub on the firehouse subs app firehouse subs enjoy more subs save more lives just reading the cations limited time only plus tax prices may vary for delivery use.
"dr travis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
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Suicide rates have been on the rise for more than a decade
"Eighty dr john draper is the executive director of the national suicide prevention lifeline he says one of the most effective ways to prevent suicide is by sharing our own stories of survival and resilience for every one person who dies by suicide there's another two hundred eighty people every year who thinks seriously about suicide but don't who carries stories of suicide prevention that we don't hear a report by the centers for disease control show that suicide rates have been on the rise for more than a decade forty five thousand people took their own lives in two thousand sixteen sits to protect your ears nose and mouth i'm dr travis hosted.