man holding ankle with joint pain

Managing joint pain and treatments: Podcast

39 min  ⋅ July 2nd
"A lot of times the patient says, 'I wish I would have done this earlier'"

Profile by Sanford Health growth: Podcast

41 min  ⋅ May 2nd
Look into the future of the weight loss franchise

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: Podcast

17 min  ⋅ April 18th
Learn how respiratory rehab helps people with chronic breathing problems.

Organ donation: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ March 28th
Organ donation is an important medical topic but often a hard one to discuss with loved ones. April is Donate Life month and a time to raise the profile of organ donation and the role it can have in saving lives. In this program, Jenna Truckenbrod, P.A., Sanford Transplant services and Tammy Davis, living organ donor, […]

American Indian health: Podcast

1 min  ⋅ March 21st
The Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health (CRCAIH) is a collaboration focused on the health of rural and Native American populations. The 2018 summit marks the event’s sixth year. In this program, DenYelle Kenyon, Pd.D. and Melissa Buffallo, senior clinical research specialist, discuss the presenters and topics for this event, titled “Finding Your Narrative”. […]

Running/triathlon training: Podcast

1 min  ⋅ March 14th
Running outdoors and training for a triathlon takes plenty of hard work and commitment to training. In this program, experts from the Sanford Wellness Center, Meghan Glover, personal trainer and Kathy Grady, triathlon coach, discuss helpful tips in training for outdoor running and to start you on the right road to signing up and completing your […]
Donella Herman, M.D., and Kate Higgins, Psy.D. to talk concussions

Concussions and sports medicine: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ February 14th
In the competitive world of athletics, the quest to go faster and jump higher makes athletes perform at a level never-before thought of. At these levels, athletes can be at increased risks for injury and concussions. Sanford Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is one of the largest providers of sports medicine expert care to athletes and teams. Concussions […]
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The science of improving your golf game: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ January 31st
Golf is a game of complex movements, and resulting golf injuries can be very complex to identify. These injuries may keep you from returning to the game and may affect other areas of your life as well. The Sanford POWER Golf Academy is a collaborative program that leverages golf experts with expertise in sports physical […]
Keith Hansen, M.D., who talks about oncofertility

Understanding Oncofertility: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ January 24th
Oncofertility is a branch of medicine for those about to receive a treatment that may be destructive to ovaries or testicles, affecting fertility. “Oncofertility helps in preparing for those that are to undergo therapy treatment, by addressing fertility for the future so they can have a baby once they conclude the treatment that they are […]

Navigating patient choice of treatment: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ January 17th
When someone is diagnosed with cancer, there is so much information to cover. A new report from CancerCare offers insight into challenges in making choices for treatment. “This study gives a voice to a topic that doesn’t get discussed enough,” said Christopher Sumey, M.D., medical oncologist/hematologist with Sanford Cancer Center. This program goes one-on-one with Dr. […]
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