Join the conversation about health and wellness from the perspective of the health care provider and the health care consumer. Hosted by Tom Glander, a Registered Nurse with over 25 years of hands-on healthcare experience including ICU, Emergency and Surgery. He discusses health topics with doctors, nurses, nutritionists, physical fitness instructors and other providers and consumers of healthcare. Tom's soothing and experienced voice cuts through the clutter and helps you make more informed choices to enjoy a better life.
What started with a scalpel held in a surgeon's hand is rapidly moving to a mostly hands-off approach. Literally using a robot to do the ultra precise work needed for excellent outcomes. Dr. Marc Winter takes a deep dive into what we can expect in the future.
This is the best country on the planet. It's not perfect, but for the reasons you'll learn in this podcast, you can't beat the USA, and should never in any circumstance bet against this country. Listen and find out why this is true.
Preeminent robotic gynecological surgeon Dr. Marc Winter talks about teamwork, the surgical process, and how playing video games helped fashion his skill set for the world of robotic surgery. Listen and learn.
Chris Martin from MettleStrength.com had two gyms. He trained the Anaheim Ducks Pro Hockey Team. He's instructed a Olympic Gold Medalist. Here's what he's doing today from home in the age of distancing due to Covid.
Does Covid cross the placenta? Is robotic surgery better than non-robotic? How much exercise during pregnancy is too much? These and other questions are answered on this episode of The Healthcare Experience with Tom Glander.
Are vaccines good for everyone? Should we embrace a "one size fits all" approach to medicine? You may answer no, but what about vaccinations? Stephanie Ritter is a pro medical freedom advocate. Listen as she provides insight into this potentially troubling topic.
I talk with Amanda Ritter-Boyd about the state of hour high school kids. Are they safe? Are they sad? What's going on in the world of education, anyway? Amanda is PhD student herself, high school educator, a busy mom, and has a giant heart.