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Transformations Treatment Center is a Delray Beach-based drug and alcohol rehab facility that specializes in co-occurring disorders, process addictions, substance abuse, and mental health. The Addiction is a Disease podcast is a way to promote mental health and sobriety while sharing Transformation's resources and content with the world via audio.For those wanting to learn more about Transformations, visit our website: https://www.transformationstreatment.center/ >>>> You can also visit our ...
 
Heroin and opiate prescription pain medication addiction is a massive health problem that is pandemic and now threatens an entire generation of young people, aged 21-35, their families and their friends. From 2009 to 2013, Arizona deaths from heroin and prescription opiates (Percocet, Oxycodone, hydrocodone, etc) overdose have doubled and now claim the life of almost two young people per day. Nationally, more deaths now occur as a result of drug overdose than from automobile accidents. Dr. W ...
 
Are you at a point where you know your life has to change? Are you searching for more peace, fulfillment and a sense of purpose? THE BALANCE Luxury Rehab and Treatment Center is the best in the world for people who know they need best professional care, guidance and the transformations it can bring. Where you can revive your inner energy, mental health and physical wellbeing.If you commit to creating positive change in your life, then it will happen. And our personalized program designed aro ...
 
Chemical addiction is a devastating disease involving body, mind and spirit. La Hacienda Treatment Center has been successfully treating this disease since 1972. Our clinical staff is one of the largest professional teams consisting of licensed physicians, counselors, and nurses who are dedicated to reversing the progressions of the compulsive craving, seeking, and use of alcohol and other drugs. Through the utilization of the latest advances in Addiction Medicine, individual and group couns ...
 
The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Vestibular Rehabilitation Special Interest Group is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association. The Vestibular Rehab SIG provides a network of collaboration and education to its members that fosters opportunities to highlight and build solid foundations of clinical practice to provide care and management of persons with vestibular deficits and related balance and movement disorders. Its membership focus is centered on supporting the pr ...
 
Headquartered in New Jersey, Pinnacle Treatment Centers is a recognized leader in comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment serving more than 29,000 patients daily in California, Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. With more than 110 community-based locations, Pinnacle provides a full continuum of quality care for adult men and women which includes medically-monitored detoxification/withdrawal management, inpatient/residential treatment, partial hospital ...
 
Healthy wildlife, healthy people, and healthy environments-it’s all connected! Join wildlife veterinarian Dr. Michelle Kneeland and wildlife biologist Vincent Spagnuolo as we explore the interconnections between the people and the issues on the frontlines of wildlife health and conservation today. Whether you are a wildlife professional, a student, or just someone who wants to learn more about wildlife on a deeper level- this is the podcast for you.
 
This is a must-hear podcast for pet owners wanting access to the latest in pet quality of life and longevity. Whether your pet has fur, feathers, scales or shells, Cathy and Chris believe in treating your pet as a whole, both mind and body. Continuing a collaboration that began in 2003, Cathy and Chris share the gift of gab as well as their network in the pet rehab community. Using their vast expertise as Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioners (CCRPs), Cathy Symons CVT, CCRP, and Chri ...
 
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If you've ever had a sick or injured pet, you don't want to be scrambling around to find the items needed to provide immediate necessary care. Plan ahead by making or buying a first aid kit that includes everything that you might need in one place. Easy-peasy! Cathy and Chris share their ideas about what your kit should include and why. As the sayi…
 
We all know what proper etiquette is, but have you ever thought about proper petiquette with your dog? Let's be real, it is an absolute privilege to partner with our pet in the community. Let's not blow it - manners really do matter!! Listen as Amy Campbell, certified professional dog trainer, shares her tried and tested tips and useful insights as…
 
Host Maureen Clancy PT, DPT, OCS is joined by Sara Oxborough PT in an update on the use of telehealth for vestibular rehabilitation. They discuss best practices for treating vestibular conditions in this medium, changes that have occurred related to the Covid-19 pandemic and resources for further information. The Vestibular Special Interest Group i…
 
Adam Vibe Gunton experienced addiction, homelessness, and eventually looking down the barrel of a gun hoping the dealer would end his life. He shares his story and encourages others to tell their story knowing that others will gain the wisdom, insight, and hope to find their path to permanent recovery. He is the founder of www.recoveredonpurpose.co…
 
The Conclusion to Episode #8! Dr. Mark Johnson has worked with some of the most iconic species of North America, including grizzly bears, mountain lions, and wolves. Dr. Mark was the first wildlife veterinarian for the National Park Service, serving as Yellowstone National Park’s veterinarian for several years. During this time, he was the project …
 
You wince as you hear your vet tell you that your 2 year-old German Shepherd has hip dysplasia. You did nothing to cause it. The special x-ray he just got told you he was born with excessive laxity in his hip joints. You thought he was a little lazy because he didn't always want to follow you up the stairs or jump into the car. Sometimes, the morni…
 
Host Puneet Dhaliwal PT, DPT, NCS is joined by Dr. Michael Popovich, MD, Neurologist, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of Michigan and Wendy Carender, PT, NCS at University of Michigan in a discussion of the role of supervised exercise challenges prior to Vestibular and Ocular Screening (VOMS) in people with sports re…
 
Whoever thought that raising backyard chickens could be such a hoot (sorry, owl friends!)? Listen to "The Chicken Lady" a.k.a. Gretchen Mufano as she shares her pearls (sorry, oyster friends!) of wisdom about the benefits of having a backyard flock, considerations before procuring your new chicks, proper housing for your ladies, and the nutritional…
 
Pet owners constantly ask Cathy and Chris if they should apply heat or ice to their animal. Listen as Chris warms you up to using heat while Cathy tells chilling tales of using ice. They cover not only when to use each thermal agent (it can be a bit tricky), but also how it works in the body physiologically, what to use to heat or cool (commercial …
 
Host Maureen Clancy PT, DPT, OCS is joined by Nikki DiSalvio PT, DPT, NCS in a case study discussion of an acute rehabilitation patient with SCI and BPPV. This podcast was edited on May 28th to correct the statement to semi prone at the 9:04 mark of the podcast. The Vestibular Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical The…
 
This episode focuses on what environmental enrichment for our feline friends might look like, along with its many benefits, as we continue our discussion with cat expert, Tenara Kuznezov, CVT. A cat's inner dialogue might go something like this: Food in my bowl is boring - throw my kibble cuz I want to hunt it! And by the way, fresh water please - …
 
Listen to cat expert, Tenara Kuznezov, CVT, tell us everything about cats! We cover their amazing anatomy, wild side, predatory instincts, hunting stimulus hierarchy, eating habits (finicky vs. famished), territory, scratching, play, aggression, elimination behaviors (what's normal and how can we help to facilitate appropriate elimination), and com…
 
Essential, imperative, necessary, vital. These are just a few words to describe the importance of joint range of motion in your pet’s quality of life. Imagine if you had a stiff knee, how difficult it would be to squat down to get that pan out of the kitchen drawer. It hurts so bad as you struggle to rise again, that the next time, you choose simpl…
 
When you or your loved one enters inpatient treatment for depression at Transformations Treatment Center, you can expect to receive comprehensive services that have been customized according to your specific needs, and that are provided in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. Our state-of-the-art treatment center in Delray Beach, FL, features spec…
 
Suicidal thoughts can sneak up on you, first maybe showing up as intermittent curiosity, but soon taking up more of your focus and mental energy. If you’re thinking about suicide at all, it’s time to seek treatment. Suicidal depression is real, and an inpatient treatment program for depression can help keep you safe, treat your symptoms, and develo…
 
Inpatient Depression Treatment According to statistics, more than 16 million Americans struggle with some form of clinical depression. 1 For some, depression comes in the form of a mild, chronic condition known as dysthymia, while others may encounter a major depressive episode brought on by continued or acute stress. However, chronic depression ca…
 
Today's guest is Claudia Christian, actor, author, and advocate for promoting the safety and efficacy of TSM for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). Claudia shares her story of recovery (and relapse), how she discovered "One Little Pill" that helped her recover and remain sober. Her TEDx talk on TSM has 3 Million views on YouTube. She and Dr. Nelson are no…
 
Host Puja Agarwal, PT, DPT, MHA is joined by guest speaker and world renowned researcher Dr. Jeffery Staab, MD, MS in a discussion on Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) or the The Mystique of PPPD. He offers pearls of wisdom on diagnostic criteria, intervention options and future research on the same. The Vestibular Rehabilitation Spec…
 
Your dog is an athlete. You ask him to perform feats of athleticism on a daily basis whether you realize it or not: jumping into the back of your SUV from a stance, sprinting across the field for a ball, hiking up that steep trail, or running beside you for your morning jog. And then there’s the “squirrel’s revenge!” Yes, your dog always sees that …
 
That is the question! Tune in as Cathy and Chris hotly debate this subject. Cathy describes her “experiment” eating out of a bowl on the floor – try it! Is every dog a candidate? How high should the bowl be raised? What are the biomechanical advantages for your pet? What is a possible con to raising the bowl if you have a larger dog? What diagnoses…
 
Vestibular what? You might not have ever heard of vestibular dysfunction, but according to veterinary neurologist, Gena Silver, MS, DVM, DACVIM, it is one of the top three neurological issues in dogs. Imagine suddenly feeling dizzy, nauseous, stumbling, and even falling over. That is what an animal with vestibular dysfunction might abruptly experie…
 
Bulimia can also run in families, meaning that people who grow up watching an adult engage in bulimia can become adults who do the same thing. There may be genes involved in this transition, or the young people might just mimic the behavior and assume it’s normal. Without proper treatment, bulimia tends to get worse. In time, people like this might…
 
Bulimia nervosa is characterized by a cycle of binge eating followed by some type of compensatory action to avoid weight gain. Researchers estimate that one to three women out of 100 will develop bulimia nervosa at some point in their lives. Within our bulimia treatment center, we offer a wide range of therapies for bulimia nervosa that are carried…
 
Bulimia is a psychological eating disorder in which you have episodes of binge eating (consuming a large quantity of food in one sitting). During these binges, you have no sense of control over your eating. Afterward, you try inappropriate ways to lose weight such as:Bulimia, also called bulimia nervosa, tends to start in late childhood or early ad…
 
Because it is often difficult to predict which patient will react to what drug or what the dosage should ultimately be, the psychiatrist will often need to experiment with several different medications when beginning treatment. While antidepressants remain widely prescribed for bipolar depression, most antidepressants have not been adequately studi…
 
Mild side effects often improve as you find the right medications and doses that work for you, and your body adjusts to the medications. Talk to your doctor or mental health professional if you have bothersome side effects. Don't make changes or stop taking your medications. If you stop your medication, you may experience withdrawal effects or your…
 
Treatment can help many people, including those with the most severe forms of bipolar disorder. An effective treatment plan usually includes a combination of medication and psychotherapy, also called “talk therapy.” Bipolar disorder is a lifelong illness. Episodes of mania and depression typically come back over time. Between episodes, many people …
 
Raising your puppy should be FUN! From the little learning sponges in the neonate stage to the fantastic, mature, sound adults they become, and everything in between, it’s here! Join us as we discuss the world of puppies with trainer, Kristy Williams, CVT, CCFT! She’ll open your mind to puppy things that you never even considered. Did you know it’s…
 
Episode Part 1 of 2! Dr. Mark Johnson has worked with some of the most iconic species of North America, including grizzly bears, mountain lions, and wolves. Dr. Mark was the first wildlife veterinarian for the National Park Service, serving as Yellowstone National Park’s veterinarian for several years. During this time, he was the project veterinar…
 
If you find that exercise works for you, push yourself to go for brisk walks or undertake an active sport that you enjoy. Get your heart rate into the target range for your age for at least 30 minutes each time you exercise. Since anxiety is often accompanied by shallow breathing, deep breathing exercises can also be helpful. Breathe in slowly thro…
 
Benzodiazepine use in the elderly is associated with an increased risk of falls, broken hips and legs, and car accidents. Long-term benzodiazepine use also increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Because they’re physically addicting and on their own and dangerous when combined with alcohol and other drugs, anyone with a current or f…
 
To help diagnose generalized anxiety disorder, your doctor or mental health professional may: Do a physical exam to look for signs that your anxiety might be linked to medications or an underlying medical condition Order blood or urine tests or other tests, if a medical condition is suspected Ask detailed questions about your symptoms and medical h…
 
Arlina Allen is a Life & Recovery Coach, the founder of Sober LifeSchool, and host of the award winning recovery podcast"The ODAAT Chat Podcast". She has been sober since 4/23/94, married for 23 years, andmother of two amazing boys. Her class "Reinvent-How To Rebuild Self-Esteem & EndSelf-Sabotage" is being taught to those who've suffered from lows…
 
If you are a person who wants to get better, you may have to face the truth. This is a simple question, but anorexia treatment goes beneath the surface to understand the complexity of the answer. A specialist can connect the dots between food restriction, exercise, isolation, perfectionism, emotional avoidance, relationships, school, and work, as w…
 
Pressure from peers and a society that equates thinness and physical appearance with beauty also can have an impact on the development of anorexia nervosa. There is no single path to an eating disorder. For many, irregular eating behaviors (also called “disordered eating”) represents an inappropriate (doctors may say, “maladaptive”) coping strategy…
 
If your doctor suspects that you have anorexia nervosa, he or she will typically do several tests and exams to help pinpoint a diagnosis, rule out medical causes for the weight loss, and check for any related complications. These exams and tests generally include: This may include measuring your height and weight; checking your vital signs, such as…
 
Why is my 13 y.o. dog seeming so confused by every day tasks? She doesn't seem to recognize me anymore and went to the window to be let outside. Then she seemed to get lost on our usual walk and became quite anxious. She is pacing all night long and then sleeps throughout the day. She's never had an accident, and now urinated on the dining room rug…
 
Just because we call it passive range of motion (PROM), we should be anything but passive about it! This episode describes why PROM is so vital to your pet's health and function. We detail how do a simple technique specifically with your pet's front limb joints. Listen to learn how to not only keep your pet well by maintaining its PROM for maximum …
 
Not your typical podcast episode! Listen in as wildlife vets treat a few of the wildlife cases in the clinic- including a constipated white-winger scoter who needs an enema, and a red-tailed hawk with a fracture. Hear how these cases ended up...and spoiler alert... there is both good news and bad news. Learn more about all the awesome work being do…
 
"The Addicted Child: A Parent's Guide to Substance Abuse," by Richard Capriola is a great resource to help you and your child to understand the problems of addiction and how to find the best treatment(s) for their recovery. Listen in as Richard shares his insights on how parents can best support of addicted loved ones.…
 
These may include: It’s important to remember that different drugs remain in your system for different lengths of time and this can affect withdrawal onset. what do you use to treat morphine addiction. The amount of time your symptoms last depends on the frequency of use and severity of the addiction, as well as individual factors like your overall…
 
As morphine withdrawal symptoms can be severe, it is recommended that the takes place in a medically assisted environment. This gives a person the opportunity to deal with the physical side of their dependency or addiction in an environment that is safe and well-monitored. At Transformations Treatment Center, our teams are able to provide round-the…
 
Opioids are a class of drugs that act on opioid receptors in the brain. Signals sent to these receptors can block pain and lead to feelings of euphoria. Different types of opioids differ in a few key ways: the form of the drug (i. e. powder, tar, pill, liquid, etc.), how potent they are, how long their effects last and their potential for addiction…
 
When someone becomes addicted to meth, it leads to physical, mental, and behavioral changes as well. Hyperactivity and increased energy Twitching Mood swings Paranoia or anxiety Mental confusion Decline in overall physical appearance Weight loss Skin sores Bad dental health Strange sleep patterns Increased need for privacy Social withdrawal Inatten…
 
Additionally, there should be a doctor, nurse, friend or family member present for the withdrawal process. Supported withdrawal reduces the risk of complications. Dehydration often accompanies the withdrawal process, which can be dangerous. For this reason, medically supervised detox can be a crucial part of a care plan. Detox centers and rehabilit…
 
Methamphetamine withdrawal and detox are incredibly intense, harsh, and distressing. When most people attempt to quit taking a drug, they are usually optimistic and determined to get their life back on track. The problem is that drug withdrawals are painful and they can also make a person panic and think they might die if they don’t take a little b…
 
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