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Get expert health and wellness tips, discover the latest medical advances and learn about the health issues impacting our community with HealthCasts podcast, featuring Sarasota Memorial’s award-winning physicians and experienced healthcare professionals. Subscribe, so you never miss an episode, or watch the video versions on our YouTube channel, @SMHCS. Sarasota Memorial is one of the largest public health systems in Florida. Its flagship 895-bed hospital in Sarasota, Fla., has been consiste ...
 
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High-dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy is a newer, accelerated cancer treatment that allows physicians to deliver equivalent doses of radiation in as little as one to four outpatient treatments that last just a few minutes each. Matthew Biagioli, MD, a radiation oncologist at the Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute at Sarasota Memorial, discusses this t…
 
People with slow and irregular heart rhythms have a variety of available treatments, but new options may be on the horizon. Dilip Mathew, MD, a cardiac electrophysiologist discusses these treatments, and an ongoing clinical research trial at Sarasota Memorial. SMH is participating in an international clinical trial of the world’s first dual-chamber…
 
With so many scheduled visits to a doctor for a baby after they're born, new parents often forget the importance of postpartum care for themselves. Malorie Lipman, MD, discusses the warning signs of postpartum depression, postpartum mania and other major postpartum concerns, plus what to expect for the first follow up appointment after delivery, an…
 
Breast health services are vital in the early detection and treatment of breast cancer. Diagnostic Radiologist Jeffrey Wasserman, DO, explains the different types of mammograms and discusses other tests which may be used to detect breast cancer. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips & news you can …
 
Up to 30% of the US population suffers from nasal allergies, and many sufferers hope for a cure. Alicia Alvarez, MD, is an allergist and immunologist with First Physicians Group in Sarasota and talks about the advancements in testing for allergies, and the treatment options available. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel he…
 
Roughly 10% of the general US population is diabetic, and that number increases with age. Manivel Eswaran, MD, an endocrinologist with First Physicians Group in Sarasota discusses the risks for diabetes, treatments, and the advancements in technology for diabetes management. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For mo…
 
Roughly 240,000 people will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States this year. Robert Carey, MD, specializes in the treatment of prostate cancer and explains the screening process, treatment options, and why not every diagnosis requires treatment. Check out other interviews with SMH experts at smh.com/podcast, and subscribe on your f…
 
Ovarian cancer has varying risk factors and the biggest one is genetics. Gynecologic Oncologist Beverly Long, MD, discusses the treatment options and how Sarasota Memorial is working to help research the role of genetics in the treatment of gynecologic cancers. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips…
 
While not every cancer has a genetic component, many patients with active cancer diagnoses, or family members of those who have had cancer, see genetic counselors to learn about treatment options and prevention in future generations. Nicole Wood, the Lead Genetic Counselor for the Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute at Sarasota Memorial explains why…
 
Anyone can help save the life of a friend, family member or even a stranger they see experiencing a stroke or heart issue by knowing the signs and acting quickly. Sarasota Memorial Emergency Medicine Physician Marshall Frank, DO, discusses recognizing the signs of an emergency, bystander CPR and AED use, and the importance of early intervention. Yo…
 
Physiatrists specialize in improving a patient's function and quality of life after they've suffered some kind of medical illness or injury, but not everyone needs to have had a major surgery or hospital stay to require rehabilitation with a physiatrist. Steven Papuchis, DO, discusses both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, and the new physic…
 
Patients with thyroid and parathyroid conditions are sometimes told their treatment options are limited and may leave large scars. Ralph Tufano, MD, FACS, is the Medical Director of Head and Neck Endocrine Surgery at Sarasota Memorial and is a world renowned surgeon. He discusses scarless transoral thyroidectomy and radiofrequency ablation as great…
 
Patients experiencing tinnitus or vertigo often suffer in silence or don't know the treatments available for them. Jack Wazen, MD discusses the diagnoses that often cause tinnitus and vertigo and explains what patients need to know about their options. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips & news y…
 
Enjoying outdoor summer fun in Florida often means dealing with itchy bites, painful sunburns and even marine animal stings. But when should we consider medical care for these common irritations? Sarasota Memorial Emergency Medicine Specialist Steve Kamm, MD, talks summer safety and treatments for burns, bites and stings in this episode of HealthCa…
 
Spinal fusion has been considered the gold standard for treatment of low-back pain with leg pain or neck pain with arm pain. But advances in non-fusion technology and motion-sparing techniques may change the gold standard. Orthopedic Spine Surgeon Ashvin Patel, MD, discusses the benefits of the new technologies and ongoing research studies open to …
 
The past year has taken a toll on many of us. With COVID vaccines now readily available and life starting to return to normal, critical care pulmonologist Kirk Voelker, MD, says there is no better time to set personal goals to improve your overall health, well-being, and quality of life. He shares tips from an innovative lifestyle medicine program …
 
You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips & news you can use from experts you trust, sign up for Sarasota Memorial’s monthly digital newsletter, Healthe-Matters. YouTube Check out our other interviews with SMH experts at smh.com/podcast.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
As Sarasota County’s safety net hospital, Sarasota Memorial Hospital strives to not only continue providing quality care in underserved communities, but also to focus on diversity in medical education. SMH’s Internal Medicine Residency Program Director Wilhelmine Wiese-Rometsch, MD, explains how the graduate medical education program, partnership w…
 
There are important and difficult conversations every person should have with their loved ones regarding what kind of medical care they’d want if they couldn’t speak for themselves. SMH’s Medical Director of Supportive Care Services Joelle Vlahakis, MD explains why these conversations are necessary, and in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, even m…
 
Patients with severe cases of COVID-19 often endure extended hospitalizations and significant strength loss. What can be done to help them regain that strength, energy and quality of life? Physiatrist and rehabilitation specialist Alexander Bajorek, MD, explains how the Sarasota Memorial Rehab team is doing just that in this HealthCasts episode. Yo…
 
What’s it really like to give birth during a global pandemic? OB/GYN Kyle Garner, MD, discusses how COVID-19 has impacted labor and delivery at Sarasota Memorial and answers the questions many expectant parents are asking in this HealthCasts episode. Check out our other interviews with SMH experts at smh.com/podcast. You can also watch the video re…
 
Infectious disease specialist Manuel Gordillo, MD, talks COVID-19 testing, treatment and what’s next as he separates fact from fiction and offers expert insight on novel coronavirus symptoms and community spread in this HealthCasts episode. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips & news you can use f…
 
What is Sarasota Memorial doing to protect patients, staff and the community, amid COVID-19 and Florida's phased re-opening? What considerations were made in re-opening elective surgeries and other medical services? James Fiorica, MD, chief medical officer at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, explains in this HealthCasts episode. You can also watch the v…
 
Gastrointestinal (GI) cancer cases are on the rise across the US. But thanks to robotic surgery and other treatment advances, there are more options to fight the disease than ever before. Robotic surgeon and head of Sarasota Memorial’s GI Surgical Oncology program Ken Meredith, MD, explains in this HealthCasts episode. You can also watch the video …
 
Dr. Jeffrey Sell, chief of cardiothoracic surgery at Sarasota Memorial, explains how technology has made cardiac surgery safer and more effective than ever before. Learn about the latest advances — from robotic heart surgery to highly specialized ORs, called "iSuites" — and how surgeons and cardiologists are redefining cardiac care through collabor…
 
Reconstructive surgery can help patients with a range of body sculpting needs, whether it's to resolve medical issues, part of post-trauma recovery or for a needed confidence boost. Dr. Alissa Shulman, a board-certified plastic surgeon at Sarasota Memorial Hospital who specializes in breast cancer reconstruction, discusses the risks and realities a…
 
Critical care pulmonologist Kirk Voelker, MD, director of clinical research at Sarasota Memorial, shares some good news for those managing COPD, emphysema and other chronic lung conditions in this episode of HealthCasts. Dr. Voelker dives into the latest research and treatment innovations, including lung volume reduction and spiration valve system.…
 
Learn more about advances in robotic knee replacements at smh.com/rosa. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips & news you can use from experts you trust, sign up for Sarasota Memorial’s monthly digital newsletter, Healthe-Matters.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
In this episode of Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts, orthopedic surgeon and medical director of Sarasota Memorial’s orthopedic team Edward Stolarksi, MD, joins veteran medical journalist Heidi Godman for a Q&A on the latest innovations and options in hip and knee replacements. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For mor…
 
In this premiere episode of season two, we discuss the differences between public and private hospitals, and more importantly, what that means for patients. We also find out more about David Verinder, President & CEO of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips & n…
 
If you think you or a loved one may be having a stroke, call 911 IMMEDIATELY and ask them to take you to the nearest Comprehensive Stroke Center. Offering services beyond the scope of primary stroke centers, only Comprehensive Stroke Centers can offer the wider range of specialists and more advanced treatment options needed when standard therapies …
 
E-cigarettes have become increasingly popular, but are they safer than regular cigarettes? Get the facts on vaping and e-cigarettes–and how they impact users' health—in this livestreamed #AskAnExpert Q&A with Sarasota Memorial Director of Thoracic Surgical Oncology Paul Chomiak, MD.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
Great advancements in surgical techniques makes the removal of the uterus less invasive than even just a few years ago. And while the surgery can be seen as more procedural, the psychological effects must also be considered. Listen as Dr. Gard explains.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
A vaginal birth versus a C-section birth is a key discussion between the mother-to-be and the doctor. Listen in for the pros and cons about the difference between a vaginal birth and the major abdominal surgery involved with c-sections.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
A true SMH'er - she was born at Sarasota Memorial Hospital - Dr. Gard is a graduate of Florida State and has returned to Sarasota to open her OB/GYN practice. She has a true passion to build relationships her patients, partners and families.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Besides the heart, eyes - even your skin - smoking negatively affects many parts of the body. Smoking is also the number one cause of lung cancer, but there are many local resources that can help someone quit smoking. Listen for many of the options.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
Depending on what type of cancer exists, there are different treatment options. But one of the biggest factors that determine diagnosis and treatment is what stage the cancer is in. Once the stage is determined, the prognosis - or the expected development - will likely be.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
We are familiar with smoking being a large risk factor - even second-hand smoke. But other, more obscure risk factors like family history, radon gas or cleaning chemicals can also be risk factors. Listen for more information on the risk factors, and on what symptoms to look out for.저자 Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts
 
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