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You have heard all the cat myths. Do cats have nine lives? You have watched your cat do quirky things. Why does your cat follow you to the bathroom? We live with these tiny predators, yet we do not truly know them. What do they really need to eat? How do their minds work? Cats are still an enigma. How do you keep your cat fit and healthy? If it is related to cats, I will relate it to you! Together we will explore all aspects of the “cat-o-sphere” and learn everything we can about cats from a ...
 
Hi I'm Dr. Kat Van Kirk, board certified Clinical Sexologist and licensed Marriage and Sex Therapist. Join my gay boyfriend, Ross Martineau and I on the couch with a cocktail as we dish about sex and relationships. We answer your questions about sex, dating, marriage, STDs, sex ed, and the trials and tribulations of life and love...along with a little celebrity gossip. It's a two-fer as your questions are answered from both of our perspectives. We have more fun than we should, so join us! Fi ...
 
Dogs are a gift. They amaze us every day. They are loyal friends and noble protectors. We live with them, but do we really know them? Find out all kinds of interesting things about dogs and how to keep them happy and healthy. We will explore dogs and the people who love them. What does science teach us about dogs? What questions have you always wanted to ask your vet? We examine all things canine and help dog lovers learn new and interesting dog things. We talk with new and exciting people a ...
 
My name is Dr. Kate. I am a movement educator, chiropractor, yoga instructor, and anatomy nerd. I want to bring more balance to people's lives and make it possible for them to continue to do their physical hobbies while staying injury free for the long term. I have a heavy focus in post partum, pelvic floor work, diastasis recti, c section work, and core function. I follow a lot of the principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization. I feel that you can fix so much with addressing core imb ...
 
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We all know that knowledge is power and the more you know about how your cat works, the better you can support their health. Did you know your gut health can impact your cat's mood and behavior? You can test for proteins in the gut to gauge inflammation and even find out if your cat's diet could be better. We talk with Dr. Betsy Redmond about Innov…
 
Do you have a cat? Guess what- they are aging. As their biggest advocate, there are things that you need to know to help them age gracefully. Find out about aging for cats and what makes it different. Did you know that aging affects a cat's brain too? Find out how to manage cognitive dysfunction. A large percent of senior cats suffer from mobility …
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about my review of Shockwave Therapy. We borrowed the machine from the wholesaler and used it on patients in the office for over a month. This is why I am so happy that I am able to give you a comprehensive review of what the results were when we used Shockwave therapy for our patient…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I interviewed Bethany Kontaxes, the owner of Kontaxes Nutrition. We talked about so many things that could be helpful to you and the main point is getting the facts straight about what Kontaxes Nutrition can do for you! In this episode we discuss: [00:37] Introduction to the topic [1:02] Betha…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I was able to interview Kasryn Kapp, the owner of BodyMind Alliance Counseling and Consulting. I talked to her about so many things in this podcast, but more importantly we discussed getting a great night’s rest. Kasryn talked a lot about CBT-I and the differences it has with CBT. In this epis…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the Cat Cow pose and when the Segmental Cat Cow pose is for you. I wanted to talk about this in this podcast because when we do the Cat Cow pose, we stretch the bendiest parts. We want to make each joint move to its fullest capacity but because the body likes to take the path of…
 
Today is our 100th episode and so I found a Furry interesting guest, Layla Morgan Wilde. Layla is a cat expert and a psychic! She is an author and cat rescuer too. We delve into the history of prejudice against cats, especially black cats and you might be surprised how far back in the history of mankind these superstitions go! Find out more about B…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the in-person workshops we’ve been doing at the office for the past month. One of the workshops is about diastasis recti last weekend. I wanted to talk about this in this podcast because I have gathered from seeing patients in my office that many people have Diastasis Recti and …
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about what is shockwave therapy. I am considering putting it in my office for my patients to use because it is a type of therapy that works really well with musculoskeletal issues, specifically chronic-related matters like adhesions and scar tissues. I see these issues all the time in…
 
I love to share with my listeners things that they may not know but could benefit from. Today, I speak with Dr. Jessica Vogelsang who is the chief medical officer of AAHA about what they do and why we, as pet lovers, should care. Did you know that there isn't an enforced standard of care in veterinary hospitals like there is for human hospitals? So…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about getting that lateral breath in your rib cage. We’ve done a lot of talking on breathing, but today I want you to check your rib cage and see if you have a barrel chest or a compact ribcage. You have to know that having either affects your breathing. In this episode we discuss: [0…
 
I love to share with my listeners things that they may not know but could benefit from. Today, I speak with Dr. Jessica Vogelsang who is the chief medical officer of AAHA about what they do and why we, as pet lovers, should care. Did you know that there isn't an enforced standard of care in veterinary hospitals like there is for human hospitals? So…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the importance of the tongue. I asked on our Just Breathe site, “Where do you typically place your tongue?” People were pretty interested in what does that have to do with anything and what is it connected to. Actually, where our tongue goes, our body tends to follow. That is wh…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about how when you are rehabbing an injury, or some type of issue, your progress is never linear. I think when we have something going on, we are in an “immediate gratification” kind of society. In this episode we discuss: [00:36] Introduction to the topic [2:03] Consistency helps in …
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about a topic that might be uncomfortable for many people: orgasms. However, orgasms actually play a role in affecting your pelvic floor health that is why I wanted to talk about this subject. In this episode we discuss: [00:35] Introduction to the topic [00:50] How orgasms keep your …
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the birth and labor mindset. I have a ton of first-time pregnant patients in the office right now, and I thought it would be a good time to talk about this mindset and how important it is no matter what kind of birth plan you have in mind. In this episode we discuss: [00:36] Int…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about acute issues and flare-ups that people have. This means being in a ton of pain and not being able to move very well, sometimes in the neck or the lower back. I also shared about what to do about these pains and how to start the healing process. In this episode we discuss: [00:35…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about pooping, pelvic floor, and back pain. Here, I discussed how your bowel movement can be connected to how your low back feels, your SI joint feels, and how your pelvic floor is functioning. These are the things I feel like we don’t talk often about. Women’s health talks a lot abou…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about belly breathing versus 360 breathing because I haven’t done one in a while. It is one of the things that I do with every single patient who comes to my office. I deal with a lot of people who are stressed, have pelvic floor issues, and learning to breathe better is really going …
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the connection between the pelvic floor to your feet and jaw. The pelvic floor is actually broadly connected to many parts of your body and I wanted to share how sometimes, we treat other areas of your body that are not even anywhere near the pelvic floor but have a direct corre…
 
On today's episode, I chat with Dr. Joe Bartges, a veterinary nutritional and internal medicine specialist about cats and their diet preferences. Why do they like what they like and how can we affect it? Sometimes we need cats to eat specific diets and it can be hard. Find out how to make your kitten less picky about his/her foods. We explore safe …
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about the connection between the pelvic floor and stress. I did a couple of podcasts separately for these two topics, but now I decided to combine them in one podcast since I see both issues show up a ton with patients. I also talked about the importance of proper breathing to help wi…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about some updates two weeks post-operation. I will be visiting my surgeon tomorrow and see how things have been panning out after the surgery. I already shared with you the healing things, such as grounding, I started doing post-operation. Now, I will be talking about the long-term e…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about reviews of some of the new products I got for the office. They are from the company called RockTape, and we do use a lot of their products in the office because they have a really good continuing education program aside from the Kinesio tape that they are so famous for. Here, I …
 
Today I get to to talk with Arden Moore about all the cat related stuff that she is doing now. She has books, cat cocktails and cats making appearances in DogTV! Most importantly, she does Feline First Aid! We get to talk to her about it all. Tune in for today's show! EPISODE NOTES: All Things Cat!Bởi Dr. Kathryn Primm
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about grounding. I recently posted and asked people if they’ve done grounding that day. Many of them asked what is grounding so I thought I should talk about it in this podcast. I recently also got a pair of shoes from a company that I’ve used in the past and they are grounding footwe…
 
Cats claw. They naturally scratch and it tears up our stuff. Today I chat with Steve Dale about why cats scratch and what we can do to save our stuff! We have a lot of fun exploring why cats scratch, the ugly truth about declaw surgeries, and the things that you can do to redirect this behavior that will not hurt your cat. EPISODE NOTES: Talk To Th…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I recorded my 52nd episode, which means I’ve been doing a podcast once a week for an entire year! With this, I hope to bring in more people to interview to educate you about treatments you’ve never heard of, different aspects of women’s health, and help you be more proactive with your body and…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked my new pregnancy program. I talk a lot about C-section rehabilitation, pelvic floor issues, diastasis recti, and more. However, I wanted to find a program that is most suitable for pregnant patients since I work a lot with them. With the insurance system that we have, my pregnant pati…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked more about medicine not being black and white. I already talked about this topic weeks ago when I told you guys about when I went for a check-up because I’ve been feeling fatigued. The PCP who saw me missed my issues with my thyroid, and I had to ask my Gynecologist during our yearly …
 
I had a listener request that I cover feline hairballs and when I thought of having fun talking about a somewhat gross topic, I thought of my friend, Dr. Adam Christman. Dr. Christman is like a bright ray of sunshine. He is knowledgeable and fun so today, you can learn about feline hairballs and when you worry. Check out this informative and fast p…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about what constitutes a pelvic floor issue. I think some people are misinformed about pelvic floor dysfunction and because they are misinformed, they are in denial about having an issue relating to this area. In this episode we discuss: [00:36] Introduction to the topic [:] A patient…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about healing, fertility, and pelvic health in relation to blood flow. The blood flow system and the lymph system work closely together. Since I already talked about the lymph system in an earlier podcast, I wanted to share about the blood flow system, too. Also, with women’s health, …
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about medicine being gray and not black and white. I wanted to discuss what kinds of questions you need to be asking when you go to your doctor for an evaluation and when should you get a second opinion. I decided to do this because I recently went to a PCP appointment, which I haven’…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about how prevention is so much easier than fixing a problem when it comes to pregnancy. It’s not usually how things happen in the office because people come to the clinic when they are already having an issue after talking to their OB-GYN. Another factor that creates this situation i…
 
Have you ever met a cat loving comedian? I got to chat with two on today's show! Not only are they fun and feline friendly, they also have invented a great new product that will meet your needs and your cats' needs too. Things that make people and cats happy make me happy too. Find out more on this fun episode. EPISODE NOTES: Frame Your Feline?…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about natural ways to induce labor. I talked about my birth stories in the past and I shared a couple of times already about not wanting a medically induced labor and why I wanted natural deliveries. This time, I wanted to share about some natural ways to induce labor to give you an i…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about some easy tips and tricks on how to help stimulate our lymph system at home. This stems from the fact that I just taught the first in-person yoga class since the beginning of the pandemic. One of the people in that class mentioned she was training for a race and she’s been feeli…
 
Today's show is fun and fabulous with Dr. Courtney Campbell. Dr. Courtney and I have coauthored an e book on infectious disease in the past, so I knew he was a PURRFECT choice for today's topic. What do you need to do about parasites in your kitten and how important are they? What about vaccines and litter box training? Everything you need and want…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about some tips and tricks for consistency. I give out exercises to every single patient that I have and sometimes, consistency becomes an issue. The biggest stumbling block that I believe why my patients fail to do what I ask them to do is because they think of it as exercises. In th…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked how proper intra abdominal pressure helps with low back pain, prolapse, and hernias. In this episode I also talked about how different it looks in a variety of different ways. Women struggle to find that optimal pressurization in the abdomen post-partum even if they did not have a C-s…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about hip flexors. This is an issue with all of my patients – kids, women, and men. People hear about it all the time but there is a tendency that they overstretch the hip flexors. In this podcast, I talked about where the hip flexors are, what constitutes them, and how we want to add…
 
Today's guest is the unique and fun Kate Benjamin who is a feline design expert. She has dedicated her career to making homes better for cats AND the people who love them. Find out what a feline designer does and how she came to be one. Learn from her some easy things you can do to make your home beautiful and functional for happy cats. She chats a…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about diastasis recti. I’ve talked about this topic so many times already, but this time I wanted to delve into why there is no cookie-cutter set of exercises that help with diastasis recti. In this episode we discuss: [00:36] Introduction to the topic [4:20] Fixing diastasis recti an…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about having inflexible or weak feet possibly being the cause of your low back, knee, and pelvic floor pain. I posted on TikTok recently talking about your feet being strong and flexible. If you don’t have strong feet, you run the risk of losing the shock absorber for your body. Losin…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about jaw pain, neck pain, and chronic headaches. I had quite a few patients last week who were coming in with stuff related to their jaw tension. I have been taking a continuing education class regarding pelvic floor in relation to jaw tension. In this episode we discuss: [0:36] Intr…
 
Today I chat with Dr. Matt Brunke who is a veterinarian who has taken the extra time to become specialized in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. He explains what he does and why it matters. We talk about some of the cool and interesting patients he cares for, from big cats to little cats and the elephant in between. Find out about some new therapi…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about breathing. This episode is all about the different types of breathing, what you can do regarding breathing, breathing exercises, and more! In this episode we discuss: [0:36] Introduction to the topic [1:05] How are you breathing? [8:27] What you can do regarding breathing [14:44…
 
In this week’s episode of Form, Function, and Flow Lab, I talked about Nono’s hip replacement. Nono is my dad. I had a hip injury last year and I did a couple of episodes regarding my hip journey. I think it would be good to also talk about my father’s hip injury so I decided to make this podcast. He is really flexible for a guy and for a guy of hi…
 
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