All posts by: Richard Marn

S1E53 – The Unseen World Of Veterinary Medicine With Dr. Ernie Ward

  Veterinary medicine is truly a colorful world. They cater to cats and dogs every day, even the occasional snakes and reptiles. But beyond the cuteness is the challenging daily grind of every veterinarian. Joining Richard Marn, MD is award-winning veterinarian Dr.... Read More

S1E52 – Educating People About Dental Hygiene With Sarah Liebkemann RDH, BSDH

  It is always said that prevention is better than cure. Of course, the same goes when taking care of your teeth, which calls for proper dental hygiene. Discussing how to maintain excellent oral health and avoid diseases with Dr.... Read More

S1E50 – The Career Of A Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner And Spreading Mental Health Awareness On Social Media With Dr. Kojo Sarfo

  When people think of careers in mental health, they usually think of psychologists or psychiatrists. But did you know that you can get the best of both worlds without having to undergo a residency by being a nurse practitioner?... Read More

S1E49 – Uncovering The Wealth Of Opportunities In Optometry With Dr. Harbir Sian

  If you’re looking for a profession that offers visible results – literally – then becoming an optometrist may be the one for you! Taking us into the wealth of opportunities this profession can give to its practitioners and professionals... Read More

S1E48 – What You Need To Know If You Want To Be A Massage Therapist With Whitney Lowe

  One of the fascinating things about being a massage therapist is that it’s a health career with so many diverse avenues you can get into. Today’s guest is Whitney Lowe, the Director at the Academy of Clinical Massage, who has... Read More

S1E47 – Healing Young Voices: The Fulfilling Work Of A Pediatric Speech Pathologist With Michelle Dawson

  Seeing children who are only a few months old having difficulty when eating and swallowing is truly heartbreaking. For Michelle Dawson, treating these children as a pediatric speech-language pathologist is more of a meaningful service than a mere job. Joining... Read More

S1E46 – Psychologist: Understanding The Profession And Its Misconceptions With Private Practice Psychologist, Sara Sadek

  Even in this day and age of information, so many people still interchange psychologists with psychiatrists. It is time to get things straight once and for all as Richard Marn, MD sits down with private practice psychologist Sara Sadek. Sara... Read More

S1E45 – A Typical Day In The Life Of An SLP With Leigh Ann Porter

  In the medical field, Speech and Language Pathology is a relatively young profession. Starting as elocution, the field has grown dramatically since then. SLP addresses language, voice, swallowing, and cognition or thinking skills from the cradle to the grave.... Read More

S1E44 – A Peek At The Life And Career Of A Private Practice Registered Dietitian Nutritionist – Kait Richardson, RDN, LD

  If you’ve ever stayed in a hospital before, you would have heard of someone called a registered dietitian nutritionist or RDN. As you’ve probably guessed already, their job goes beyond just telling people what to eat. In fact, there... Read More

S1E43 – The Physician Assistant: Inside The Nation’s Number One Profession With Savanna Perry, PA

  What exactly is a physician assistant and why does it merit recognition as the number one profession in the country? In this conversation between Dr. Richard Marn and Georgia dermatology PA, Savanna Perry, we’re going to see exactly why. Join in as... Read More