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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Way. No way crazy. I it's a it's a generational thing and having settle that i very Cognizant especially or nashville. They're actually huge contingent here nashville love people who've been on the bachelor the bachelorette and i actually really respect those individuals who've been able to use social media to create a platform. And who am i to judge having said that i would not have been able to. I was blessed because through the bachelor then on the doctors. I was your doctor first right. So i would not have been able to handle those distractions. That would have been a lot wait. I have a question. did paris. see you on the bachelor for you. Met her no. She's never and i do not believe we'll ever watch. Even though there was nothing crazy scandalous was very mellow more about going up in the eiffel tower and taking helicopters to champagne france. I don't think we'll pull that out of the archives. But like i seen into. We religiously watch now because it's our decompression time in it's a tribute to back to getting full circle real housewives. That franchise is unstoppable bachelor. Bachelorette franchise unstoppable part of our so. I'll give credit where credit's due end. Why would i in any way shape or form be ashamed having been the bachelor because my experience you know people do have a tendency though the think that maybe you in some way shape or form similar to the most recent bachelor no you know. We're all unique individuals here. But if i've learned nothing else and i tell i tell even medical students this now in life you're going to be given opportunities adventures. Some of them may be uncomfortable. Some of them may be out of your comfort zone. Go on some of those journeys and in medicine. I've i've always believed in again taught this to those under me do other things. Don't define yourself by your profession. Your doctor yes but if that's all you are that's all you see yourself as then your law. I will not be complete you. Can you can be a doctor and you can go do other things too and you can live what i call a complete life. And i don't know if terry experience but when you go through that system of medicine you become so defined by that. The crazy thing for me was going on. The bachelor was such an unexpected out of my comfort zone experience that it forced me to change the way i live my life which is yes. I'm dr but hey. I was also able to go to france. Be the bachelor and nobody got sick. There and i still had a great experience. I was not i did not provide any patient care for the first time and i don't know how many years when i was there and it's like wow okay now i know who this part of me is. I haven't been on a date and over a year and now here. I am when i look at my son. I'm going to say son go on some adventures. I day true to yourself but go on adventures. That is some of the best advice. I've heard i have had such a fabulous time hanging out with you. I cannot wait to see what you do next. Because i'm sure it will be extraordinary excited for your book to come out. Tell everyone how to find you on social media. So at travis stewart. Md and. i'm getting better at heather. I'm actually learn how to utilize the platform. And i'm excited to use it more and honestly one of the great things i'm planning to do is is Use it as a way to just share. Not just my thoughts but from time to time my my medical opinion on things and i'm i'm part time preventative doctor now. So i like to share the experiences. I've had learning about those tools. Just like you and Yeah so if anyone's listening and they wanna hear more from from this from this pop slash md slash former bachelor they can. They can follow me at. Travis stork envy. I love it. Stay in touch. i'm going to. Dm you might number when you guys eventually come back to town call us. We love to see you guys. That sounds great or agitate yup. I'm visiting new in a dozen idaho. It's pretty spectacular. I'm building a house and you know. I'm a crazy house. Builders so it's going to be something good for you will. Thanks so much other tilbury low and keep it up keep up the great work congrats on the baby thanks.

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

03:32 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Situations l. back that heather dubrow world. Let me ask you this have to ask you. I normally wouldn't. But i have to ask you because people to still always asked me about real housewives. I had a career before it of how to career after it but that five years people just want it. Just keep talking about it at the beginning when i left the show. If bothered me like. I just didn't want to talk about it. I wanted to you know. Pull my get my hate us. We're brand but like get my narrative back to me and who i am instead of being a part of the show and now i'm fine with it. I'm far enough away. Things mellow out and all that. Oh do you feel that way about having been on the bachelor. That change has occurred. Just like he did with you in real housewives. Absolutely you know when i when i went on the bachelor you also have to remember. That was almost fifteen years ago. So so much has changed for me i. I went through a period where i was even acknowledge it right same now. It's part of my story. You pre and if i hadn't gone to dinner that one that after the shift at vanderbilt in ran into a casting director there my whole life would be different because i would have never gone on the bachelor. I would've never ended up hosting the doctors. I would never be talking to you. I would have never met you. I would never been able to write a book or a book and no one would have necessarily have known who is this guy. I'm still the same but it gave me a platform and on top of that. You know the the thing. I'm becoming as i get older. I'm forty eight. Now is becoming less apologetic. I think there was a period of time where i was an attending physician at vanderbilt medical stenner. And so there's this law parkview. That's like oh i'm i'm. I'm sorry that i was on the bachelor and i'm sorry that it this show the doctors but the truth is i'm not sorry i every step i've taken has been authentic to me and not easy every step of the way but i'm forty eight now i don't have to apologize and you wanna talk about the bachelor sure. I love that. But i started getting older. Also does that for you. I think it mellows you and it is part of your story. Same way part of mine. I'm actually super grateful for it now. The greatest irony. I'm the same way as we. I was the bachelor way back when there was no such thing as social media there's thing streaming and i was my season was in paris. So the great irony is. I ended up marrying someone named paris. Ironic is that that's hilarious. Could you imagine. I didn't even think about that. 'cause when i started because when i did scripted television there was no social media so people would come up to you at a restaurant and say character. You know i like your show they'd want an actual autograph not anywhere. P people just want photo now to like people knowing your life and your career. I mean just crazy. I cannot imagine. Can you imagine having gone through the bachelor as it is now couldn't have done it no.

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Because i'm gonna tell you this it's fluid but i'm really trying to be cognizant a lot of change in my life and the beauty of my life right now and and this is where i am proud of you all. You've don because you have control of your life you are in charge of you and it's one of the things that that i have recently told me why my life now this is. This is our life. I'm in control. Lot of changes no longer hosting the doctors. I am i m free now to to make choices in for me a lot of i wanna to come out with my book when i feel like were close to the other side of all of this chaos and going through and there's just so much right now and and we're talking right now one day before the election. I don't know when the podcast is going to. It's going to come out on thursday. I know so so people may listen to on thursday and who knows what the world's going to look like on thursday much less december january. So i think my advice to everyone and these are some of the keys in the book when it comes out this is such an opportune time to it felt so divisive. There's the pandemic but you know this is also a wonderful time to take stock of where you're at in life and to be a little bit selfish and what i mean by that is the last four months. My baby's four months old for the first time in my life. I did not travel until last week. I spent every night so you can call it and i'm working from home on but i i for four months. My number one job was being a father. And i have zero regrets. And i don't need to apologize for it and i'm very blessed to be at a position a little bit older as a first time. Father that i can make that choice. I couldn't have done that. If our our in the midst of residency. I could but if kobe did nothing else it it completely changed the way my year was gonna look goes without cova very likely. I'm on a plane every week. I'm flying every week. Nope i looked at my family. I looked at my wife. We had our baby on like this. This is my job now right now. This is this is to needs me. I think i think the universe sometimes has a way of delivering. You what you need it. Exactly the right time and if you listen to the universe you can make the right pivots that that work right but i have to assume i mean you are host on the doctors for what twenty years twelve years. It felt like. I would like to like twenty twenty but just because of all the travel. That's a long time to be twelve years a hugely successful run. I mean how hard to walk away from that. You know it's mixed emotions. I'll leave it at that. I think that one of the unique realities that people forget when you're on tv is. I hosted the show for twelve years. But it wasn't my it was never my show. I was the host. And i'd like to believe that i led the show in a way that matched my values and i tried to host with integrity. I took it very seriously but there comes a point in time. I think all things in life where you know. It's time it was time and but you needed to do. They're not only that but it was time for so many reasons to pivot and it gets back to this concept of reset. Resetting is so hard in some ways. Because there's some fear when you do it. And i'd be lying if i sat here and said that mean so much. My identity was caught up in hosting that show right. It's oh that's actor travis. Right he's the host of the doctors will. It's easy to forget in your own. Mind that no. I'm just i'm trying to store. I'm dr store. Md who is all these other things too and it's it's important. I think it periods in life because my first job out of college was science. I didn't know i was going to be a doctor. Then you know then then. I decided to go take my post back classes i go to i mean then i ended up on tv no plan it just happened so it's everything in life. Yeah you said it earlier. I remember exact language but the universe. Now listen to the universe but sometimes you have to listen to yourself too in the universe will put you in a position where it's time to reset it's time to pivot whatever term you wanna use and i think that it can be a little frightening but the beautiful thing is. I don't know many people including myself who've ever had regrets when we make a big change as long as you do with eyes wide open and you do it on your own terms. Then changes beautiful thing. Yeah tell me about the podcast will. That's the other thing. Is you know all these transitions. That all came about probably mid summer and so taking took a break from that too. Because i just wanted to. I wanted to take four months. Yeah so this. Is heather me hanging out with you right now. This is pretty much. The first thing. I've done in four months i love it. I'm so glad this why i'm prob. I'm honestly you look you look site happy and relaxed when you hang out when when you're doing things like singing to your baby to get him to stop crying. It just changes. You can take yourself a little less than sleep in.

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

06:40 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" 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..

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

07:59 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" 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..

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"I said if we're going to build here. Let's make sure good hospital nearby. There's great cardiac hospital right there. It's full but anyway question on this. And then i want to talk about your book new book. Do you think that doctors are profiting from covid. I do not. I think doctors are profiting from doctors. I think doctors are suffering in i. I'm obviously speaking more from the perspective of the doctors out there but let me just tell another quick story. My mentor emergency medicine. Who is obviously since the time. I was a resident in now. I've been in medicine for twenty years and we're now up together and yet i still look at him as my mentor. But he's only he's probably five years older than me. He's a mentor. He's the coolest cucumber. I've ever met in the er. He never ever ever let you see him sweat. And i've never met any are dot quite like him. He he is on edge he is. It's just this is a tough time because now we're in our. What are we. Were past a half a year of a frontline doctors and any doctor. Going into see a patient all the protocols. And just you start get to a place where you're going to see patients. And all of them are covid positive on a given shift that are showing symptoms. And then where do you. Where do you send these patients. If you're ice you is full. And those the stressors a doctor had boarded do sometimes with these surrounding social issues. Like oh my gosh what are you what. What do you do when you're dealing with sickness. But at the same time there are so many social issues around covert right because family members. And how do you deal with them and oma guys telling a family member that you may not have room at the hospital. It's a tough. It's a really tough time. Having said that we have a broken health care system. So do i think that there are sectors of the healthcare system profiting absolutely. And i have to say this. It is unconscionable that anyone should get paid a hundred and some dollars for a test that takes a week or two weeks to get back for an infection that will run. Its course within a week or two weeks. And that's that's been happening in that breaks my heart but that is a failure of our healthcare system that i think has been mismanaged from the top down. And you know that's just that's just my humble feeling. I do not know why we did not have a sort of a right out of the gate. More universal approach so that we weren't all guessing but that's what health care providers. We're doing guessing winning. You know not even knowing if the test you're providing are good or not so. I have to give so much credit because it is in times like these. Interestingly a of dr iraqi losing work lose e- people don't know this but covert has really affected doctors in a weird way an and and secondary providers. And that's a crazy concept because most people would think the opposite right. But i look. I hope we get to the other side of the soon. I told my sister that you know. I have a lot of high hopes that you're going to see a much more normal spring here in our country. And until then we just have to be vigilant. I.

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

08:25 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"By the way. You know what's crazy about that and i love that you told that story and i love that you felt that way because we i mean i'm just telling you women as lay people are terrified and that's terrified in the middle of the night especially in the middle and you know isn't it phenomenon with patients that patients get sicker. Feel worse like in the dark hours of the night when the doctors aren't available you always like go down right. You feel fine until like eight o'clock there could be some truth today. Yes so it's the same thing with the babies. It's like you're fine. Everyone's happy feeding the baby and as soon as no one's around and you're by yourself at two. Am you're it is the most stressful thing and you're in charge of his life. And you're not a doctor and it's just it's crazy so i love that you told that story. That was great and you're spot on every would especially i've learned with babies. They always get on ary in the middle of the night or the weekend. When you're like. I'm not having a great day. My wife will say to. Should we take him in. We're not gonna. We're not to take him in at two. Am on a saturday night. Where if it were two pm on a monday and we can go see his pediatrician. You had this question about his diarrhea. Yes yes but. I'm not going to be now definitely not but speaking of the. I'm curious what it's like now. Because i have a gal that works with me and her fiance is a firefighter. And i remember at sort of the height right when everything got lockdown. The protocols that the firefighters had to go through when they brought someone to the er was crazy they have there's a separate staging area couldn't go into the regular er area separate staging area. Drop the patient off. They would literally have to strip naked. Walk through this makeshift shower thing. And then they give them like paper like scrubs kind of deal and then they'd have to go back to the firehouse and shower and again and get dry for any patient. And they weren't allowed to go into homes like the protocols were just crazy keeping them safe one hundred percent but what what it. What is it been like in the arm. What is it like now. we're recalls are all over the place i think. That's one of the frustrations that any healthcare provider has had with. The response has not been universal. So it's hospital to hospital and also standards were relaxed quite a bit over the summer because even though people are still getting the infection issues were no longer fall so you know even family members could come in and visit but then we're at a place now where i literally just got an email and i'm not going to share specifics of it but from the medical director of the hospital where i'm on staff at an folks don't notice but critical care beds are filling up full already in states all across the country particularly here in the south and i don't you know i i can't speak for other places but you know that's that that's the kind of thing where you're having to literally day by day and i have so much respect for hospital administrators during these times. We're trying to balance all of these tasks because this is really unique in new and you know the one thing again. I i have to say this only because it. It's on my mind. And i know you would allow me to say this since your Plugged so much into the healthcare system. You know there. There were times over the last six months where there was this notion that that everyone knew exactly what to do in that there were all these tests available. But we there'd been a lot of limitation testingtesting still problematic so the policies are just. It's tough right and so one day you know one day the policy could be like you described where frontline workers are stripping naked. Because no-one really knows what the best policy is in knowing that. Maybe the next it's okay. We're good it's the all clear. And then it's i think we're gonna see a little bit of a back and forth this fall and winter because because there's so much uncertainty and i don't want i don't wanna perservered on this because obviously it's it's such a strange time but you know we're We're hunkered down a little bit right now because we just had we've had very little help We've had no help. We have Greece's great grandmother is here right now. She's in her eighties in so were were being careful with her. And i'm i'm becoming very Protective of every family. only because. Yeah you could. You have to be because not everyone. No one else is gonna do that. No one else is responsible for protecting our family. For instance. let me ask. You are hospitals sharing information with each other. That's that's regional. that's region by region. And i think that gets back to heather. You know the way that the pandemic is being treated in some states. It's just very different in. This has all been left up to states in really dependent upon having good hospital administration. And you know the one thing i will say and i'm sure you agree with this. I have so much respect for people who are in healthcare and yet i can say that and also on the same in the same breasts that our healthcare system is broken and so when you take And throw it into a broken healthcare system. It creates problems for instance. You go test and you don't get a result for four or five days. What do you do with that when you know you get result back seven days later and you're like okay. That's help i. I was you find out seventy s late. You're positive you're seeing these things in hospital still too. That's why the response is sort of all over. The place is just there's no uniformity to it anyway. Let's talk about something. are you worried about. Let me say this though about people who are what i'm hearing what teary about. What we talk about at home is how we worry about people that need metal medical attention. That aren't getting it. Because like where are the appendectomies and where the heart attacks. Where are the where those people are. They just dying at home because they're scared to go into the hospital. I don't think so much anymore. I think that that was a real concern back when things started. I think the bigger concern is this surge capacity concept. I wanna make it very clear that i'm in the middle on this one. I think that there are some people were way to flint with the the pandemic and all see eighty. Something's walking into restaurants and not wearing any masks not washing their hands. And i think oh my. Gosh i if you were my. If you're my parents. I would have to have a serious conversation because you. You are so very much at risk loud in your elderly or you know and yet i'm also willing to acknowledge that my niece. Who goes to. College here nashville. Who's healthy in twenty one years old. I've told her look. Be careful. be respectful but if you get this virus your you're gonna do great most likely and so i am very cognizant of the balancing act that is out there But having said that the surge capacity has been concerned. So let's just say we find ourselves in a scenario where we don't have ineffective Scene and icu. Beds are full across the united states of america. That's where the problem comes in because we can. We can know how to treat this but if you have no ice you beds available would you do. And we were sad to the bay scenario that we all hope will not come to pass. I mean we were supposed to be an idaho for thanksgiving this year. 'cause we're building a house out there and they there's no hospital beds available at any of a great hospital there and because terry checked out..

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

08:48 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" 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..

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"travis stork" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

06:10 min | 5 months ago

"travis stork" 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..

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"travis stork" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"travis stork" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Of the daytime talk show the doctors doctor Travis stork how are you Sir Mario how about yourself I'm doing great so what are what what are your thoughts as far as the dramatic reaction in the hoarding and what have you is the panic a little more careful should you be of the people that are reacting that way than the virus itself well it depends on who you ask because of our you know right now Mario there are multiple we are not from this country and insecure units were incubated from the virus and used to be honest with you in mind character in the emergency department yeah you have annual influenza and you having your own factions and certainly we on the front lines to get infected but okay but I want everyone to know it because its mortality rate as working out for me and now most people do in fact use relatively well they're going around and re infecting others I mean if you look at the current you know people raising some cases mortality rate would have been eighty three percent seven year over it means more like seventy percent and you there are people with a long tradition and then otherwise normal healthy people who are just getting into a bad place does the virus selectively attacks the lower respiratory tract and in in some people call them through your money is even if otherwise healthy so fast that and then the other half I wear with you let's be reasonable most people do all right and that the world will not end hi doctor Travis stork from the doctors on the phone we're gonna talk a little more with him.

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"travis stork" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"travis stork" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"travis stork" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"travis stork" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm Dr Travis stork I want to tell you about one of my favorite supplements that I take every day cute all turmeric kill tumor it may help with healthy joints and inflammation support unlike many regular turret supplements can also able formula offer superior absorption which is very important to get more of the full benefits of turmeric killed to Rick is the brand I trust with the with the doctor he thinks about the value added by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease please run down is a weekday morning fog can dive deep into the major and controversial stories of the day hosted by the anchors on fox news radio subscribe now to your perspective of news you won't find anywhere else listen the only going to **** these podcasts dot com you know that mortgage rates have plummeted to a three year low inter nearing historic lows at the same time home that is gonna abruptly fifty percent in the last several years however they seem to be peaking now maybe it's time to put that equity to work by paying off high rate credit cards personal loans or remodel your house hi Wesley held one with Westland financial let us put you in a position to do any of these things with no closing costs that's right nothing's rolled in your loan whether it's conventional FHA or VA will pay your title settlement lender and recording fees maybe you just want to lock in a lower rate or a refinance at a paying mortgage insurance all it takes a five minute phone call sailing save thousands of dollars a year so call less on it eight eight eight four five five thirty six sixty nine it's the biggest no brainer in the history of mankind call us at eight eight eight four five five thirty six sixty nine eight eight eight four five five thirty six sixty nine that's eight eight eight four five five thirty six sixty nine and MLS number three three zero four not all those.

"travis stork" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"travis stork" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I'm Dr Travis stork I want to tell you about one of my favorite supplements that I take every day June all turmeric channel tumor it may help with healthy joints and inflammation support unlike many regular turmeric supplements can also able formula offer superior absorption which is very important to get more of the full benefits of turmeric Q. no to America is the brand I trust and so with your doctor the statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease is lottery draw and today's winning numbers are not you'll and another number that not your ammo final number is not your when it comes to having money don't rely on lock brew your own coffee at home instead of buying them lots a brown bag it to work instead of ordering in go to feed the picked out of work for more free ideas on how to set dot org this message brought to you by the American institute of certified public accountants and the accounts check it out of the terminator Hey when you get back home sure distance are you not happy to see me so what's the deal you can get a job number one leaving so jumpy put all that stuff behind no one knows what it's like to come back from Iraq or Afghanistan unless they were there join other veterans community of veterans dot org because we know where you're coming from brought to you by Iraq and Afghanistan veterans of America and the ad council storm beaches three countries and defeated the strong Sharon and compassion.

"travis stork" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"travis stork" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"travis stork" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"travis stork" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Is out there with his tweet saying this is be yes is that really corruption of justice or i should say obstruction of justice if he's doing this if he's pushing back at a probe that he feels is not as flawed but bad faith in his construct is that effort to counter a corruption of justice really the same as obstruction of justice i don't think so but any time he resists anytime you put forward something for his defence or your slaps around those who are endeavouring to put them in a corner he's immediately accused as obstructing justice but again if your effort is to ensure that there is not a corruption of justice those the fight to stop a corruption of justice necessarily and obstruction of justice make i would say no uh also contempt to congress citations are being fired are being fired off right now against both the department of justice and federal bureau of investigation for their complicity in covering up the confirmed antitrump bias all peter through sock and lisa page and none uses super ticked off his few moon uh he pointed out that he's not taking it anymore uh uh he's just not going to do it and i hope he makes good on i hope it's not just an empty threat but his new year's said quote the doj has now expressed on a saturday just hours after the press reports on stra socks dismissal appeared a sudden willingness to comply with some of the community the committee's longstanding demand he added quote this attempt that eleventh hour accommodation is neither credible nor believable and in fact is yet had another example of the doj is disingenuousness and obstruction unquote congressman new year's go after their sorry asses either i'm dr travis stork the fact.

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"travis stork" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"travis stork" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Firms personal life to his time saving lives in the emergency room doctor travis stork of the hit tv show the doctors knows first hand that managing type two diabetes isn't always easy while many people living with type two diabetes may have or standing impact the condition may have on their health there's a major risk that many do not know about doctor starts latest awareness effort the for your sweetheart campaign focuses on the connection between type two diabetes and heart disease and what people that diabetes under loved ones should know hector travis stork is with us on the phone thank you for joining us the man thanks for having a this is a really important topic to be talking about i'm glad i can going yeah what is the for your sweetheart educational campaign about so the the campaign i joining to raise awareness for those living with type two diabetes so that they can understand their increased risk a cardiovascular do these interestingly and and that will thirty him more than half of those with diabetes did not know that they were at an increased risk and yet the reality is there's a true or stalled increased risk of course you that it would mean heart attack hurled and so the campaign por your sweetheart is all about learning about you you can manage to risk and work with your doctor what is your personal connection to this topic interesting way before i ever even went to medical school my grandfather was diagnosed with type two diabetes so watching him and choose illness before again i ever became a doctor was that was a big influence on me not much today it took a good job of working with those doctor were lucky to have him around for a long time but been i became when yard actor i thought my don't my own eyes how tight today beat the connected and how people would type you debut.

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