Podcast Featuring Dr. Glaser:
This podcast will be ‘pain-free’ as Dr. Jeffrey Glaser, a double board-certified interventional pain management physician, brings his unique approach to pain medicine and lifestyle choices. Specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders that cause pain, Dr. Glaser will provide insights in a casual and conversational manner while covering a wide variety of topics.
LIST OF EPISODES
On today’s podcast we are joined by Charlie Kirk, Founder and President of Turning Point USA, a national student movement dedicated to empowering young people to promote the principles of free markets and limited government. Turning Point USA is on more than 2000 college campuses
Chiropractic is an alternative medicine that is concerned about back pain and treatment for back pain. Today we are joined by Shane Lawlor, one of Europe’s leading Golf Performance Therapists from Ireland, who is an expert in the treatment, assessment and rehabilitation of golf injuries.
Valerie Von Sobel shares her life of struggles, misfortune, and surviving through it all. She tells of her son’s fight against a tumor, her husband’s tragic suicide, and how she survived through these critical times by focusing on the brighter side of life. She held
Bob had suffered through back pain for over 30 years before meeting Dr. Glaser. To improve his quality of life, Bob had to have a spine surgery. An operation he then followed with a treatment using back-stimulating technology, which is currently supervised by Dr. Glaser.
John fought through it all. Diagnosed with cancer, he tried everything to stop the pain. The only option that really helped, however, was managing his pain with an opioid prescription. A difficult choice considering the tragic epidemic ravaging the country, John continued to search for
In this first episode, we meet Dr. Jeffrey Glaser as he introduces us to his life’s dedication to medicine. With strong personal motivation, Dr. Glaser seeks to improve the quality of people’s lives with minimally invasive procedures by focusing on the characteristics of interventional pain