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    A biopsychosocial spiritual approach to recovery

    Substance use disorder and recovery extends beyond a patient’s brain and physical body. Dr. Marvin Seppala is the creator of Hazeldon Betty Ford’s comprehensive opioid response program. He joins Dr. Lai and Dr. Geyer to share insights about the biopsychosocial spiritual approach to substance use treatment.    Purchase …
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    Dr. Holly Geyer – How to use Naloxone

    Naloxone is a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose. The FDA has approved Naloxone nasal spray for over-the-counter sales. Doctors and first responders say making this opioid reversal drug available could help lower the number of people dying from overdoses. Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Holly Geyer demonstrates…
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    Can I mix Nicotine and Opioids?

    Many people managing opioid use disorder also use tobacco or nicotine throughout their recovery. Dr. Jon Ebbert speaks with us to talk about the gateway hypothesis, addiction psychology, and individualized treatment for recovery.   Purchase Ending the Crisis by Dr. Holly Geyer  Learn more about pain management and safe…
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    Journeying toward Opioid tapering

    There can be equal fear in starting and stopping opioids for pain management. Pharmacist Dr. Julie Cunningham joins the podcast to discuss the process for beginning and tapering opioids responsibly, and how patients and providers can work together to treat pain safely and effectively.  Purchase Ending the…
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    It takes a village

    Watching a loved one navigate opioid use disorder can be challenging, emotional, and exhausting. Psychologist Dr. Aaron Weiner speaks with Dr. Geyer and Dr. Lai about how to approach a loved one who is struggling, how to support them through recovery, and how to care for yourself during that…
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    Why does America have an Opioid problem?

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    America’s medical system has been dealing with opioids for decades, but the experiences of both providers and patients with opioids has shifted significantly in that time. Opioid overdoses are seen nearly daily in emergency rooms across the country now, and providers are at a significantly higher risk of experiencing workplace…
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    The weight of long-term pain

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    The history of researching why we feel pain dates back to the mid-20th century. Since then, the field of medicine has begun to better understand why we feel pain, but we’re still learning about how to manage long-term, chronic pain. Dr. Jane Ballantyne joins us today to share the history…
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    The psychology of pain

    Pain isn’t just a physical sensation — it affects your mental and emotional health. Pain psychologists Dr. Wes Gilliam and Dr. Matt Schumann explain that chronic pain management requires addressing both physical and mental factors to enhance daily quality of life. Learn more: Purchase Ending the…
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    Losing control: The science of opioid addiction

    The brain is a fickle creature. When it experiences something it likes, it bursts with dopamine, regardless of whether that thing is healthy or safe for us. Dr. Alta De Roo, Chief Medical Officer of the Hazeldon Betty Ford Foundation and Director-at-Large of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, joins…
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    The path of opioid stewardship

    Opioids are one the greatest discoveries humans have ever made. Even in the era of the opioid epidemic opioids are still an irreplaceable tool for pain management. Pain specialist Dr. Halena Gazelka joins today to discuss opioid stewardship, long-term pain management and the unique role of kitty litter in the…
  • Sam Quinones has been tracking drug epidemics in the United States for decades. His best-selling books “Dreamland” and “The Least of Us” follow the dangerous expansion of opioid, methamphetamine, and fentanyl usage across the country. Sam joins the podcast to explain how substance abuse has shaped American culture, economics, and…
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    Losing a loved one to opioids

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    Dr. Mike Jensen lost his son, Andrus, to a substance overdose in 2019. Dr. Jensen joins the podcast to share his favorite memories of Andrus and discuss how education can be a powerful tool to support loved ones dealing with substance use. Read the Transcript: Dr. Benjamin Lai: Hello, and…

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